yenyu   Yen-Yu Lee
    Ph.D Candidate
    Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
    The University of Texas at Austin
     Engineering Science Building ENS 514 
     2501 Speedway, Austin, TX 78712
    yenyu at mail dot utexas dot edu


Biography
I received my B.S. degree from National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. I am now a PhD. candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. Here is my resume.

Education
8/2007-present  The University of Texas at Austin
                             Ph.D. Candidate, Electrical and Computer Engineering                             
                             Advisor: 
Prof. Ross Baldick

9/2002-6/2006   National Taiwan University
                             Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering                             

Research Interest

Electricity markets analysis
Optimization in electric power systems

Experience
8/2009-present          Research Assistant, the University of Texas at Austin
Summer 09,10,11     Engineering Intern, Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), Taylor, TX, U.S.A.

1/2009-5/2009           Teaching Assistant, "Introduction to Programming", the University of Texas at Austin
6/2008-12/2008         Engineering Intern, Pyxis Technology, Austin, TX, U.S.A.
9/2006-6/2007           Research Assistant, Academia Sinica, Taiepi, Taiwan
7/2006-8/2006           Engineering Intern, Cadence Design System, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan

Publications
Yen-Yu Lee, Jin Hur, Ross Baldick, Salvador Pineda, “New indices of market power in transmission-constrained electricity markets”, IEEE Transactions on Power
Systems,
vol.26, no.2, pp.681-689, May 2011.

Yen-Yu Lee, Ross Baldick, Jin Hur, “Firm-based measurements of market power in transmission-constrained electricity markets”,
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, vol.26, no.4, pp.1962-1970, Nov. 2011.

Working Papers
Yen-Yu Lee, Ross Baldick, “Frequency-constrained stochastic economic dispatch model using the L-shaped method”, in preparation.

Graduate Course Work at UT
Applied Stochastic Processes (ORI390R)
Stochastic Optimization (ORI391Q)

Non-Linear Programming (ORI 391Q)
Advanced Mathematical Programming (ORI 391Q)

Restructured Electricity Markets: Locational Marginal Price
Restructured Electricity Markets: Market Power
Optimization of Engineering System
Power System Engineering II
Computational Economics (ECO 392M)
Introduction to Pattern Recognition
Dependable Computing
Optimization Issue in VLSI CAD
Simulation in CAD VLSI
VLSI-I

Useful Links

Computer and Programming
SGI STL Programmer's Guide
C++ Reference
Tcl Command Reference
Perl Quick Rererence
Sed
Regular Expression
Awk

Mathematical Programming
COIN-OR
COIN-OR Linear Programming Solver
CVX (Matlab Software for Disciplined Convex Programming)
Gurobi (Free Academic License)
NEOS Wiki (Network Enable Optimization System)
YALMIP
GAMS

Others

Austin Metro Baseball League