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Line Roald
2/13/2022

Roald wins best energy paper at HICSS 2022

 Line Roald
Line Roald

Line Roald, an assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and ECE graduate student Noah Rhodes recently received the best paper award in the energy track at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), held virtually in January, 2022.

 Noah Rhodes
Noah Rhodes

The paper, titled “The Role of Distributed Energy Resources in Distribution System Restoration,” investigates how distributed energy resources impact how quickly power consumption can be restored after major events. It also analysis how ownership of such distributed energy devices and how people choose to share energy impact the length of power outages.

HICSS, founded in 1968, is one of the longest running scientific conferences on Information Technology Management, bringing together academic and industry scholars from over 60 nations.