Networks and Learning

Our research lies in both basic and applied areas of networks, machine learning, and large-scale data analytics. We study fundamental issues and derive engineering solutions for modeling and managing heterogeneous large networks; develop learning algorithms; analyze and learn knowledge from large-scale data.


 

Recent Publications and News:

 

·      Chuanyi Ji, Yun Wei, and H. Vincent Poor, “Resilience of Energy Infrastructure and Services: Modeling, Data Analytics and Metrics.”  Proceedings of the IEEE - Special Issue of Power Grid Resilience. 105 (7), 1354-1366, July 2017.

 

Abstract: …What fundamental issues govern the resilience? Can advanced approaches such as modeling and data analytics help industry to go beyond empirical methods? ….

 

·      Chuanyi Ji, Yun Wei, Henry Mei, Jorge Calzada, Matthew Carey, Steve Church, Timothy Hayes, Brian Nugent, Gregory Stella, Matthew Wallace, Joe White, & Robert Wilcox. Large-Scale Data Analysis of Power Grid Resilience across Multiple US Service Regions. Nature Energy, May 2016. (Cover-page article)  DOI:10.1038/nenergy.2016.52

 

Abstract: … we analyse data from four major service regions representing Upstate New York during Super Storm Sandy and daily operations. Using non-stationary spatiotemporal random processes that relate infrastructural failures to recoveries and cost, our data analysis shows that local power failures have a disproportionally large non-local impact on people …

 

(News and Views by Ian Dobson, Electricity grid: When the lights go out. Nature Energy, May 2016.)

(Press: e!Science News, EurekAlert!, Georgia Tech News, Georgia Tech Research Horizon, Newswise, Phys.org, Science Daily, The Energy Alliance Group, 2016)

 

Related Talks:

·      “Large-Scale Data Analysis for Resilience of Power Distribution”, Panel on Big Data Analytics, PSE General Meeting, Boston, July, 2016. (Slides)

·      “Resilience of Large-Scale Power Distribution”, Panel, Homeland Security Week, Oct. 2015.

·      “Resilience of large-scale power distribution: Modeling and Real Data,” Special Session on Resilience of Power Grid, Applied Physics March Meeting, March 2015.

 

Contact: Chuanyi Ji

Lab: 5150 Centergy, 5th Street, Atlanta, GA30332                           

 

Office: 5165 Centergy, 5th Street, Atlanta, GA30332

Tel: 404 894 2393

Fax: 404 894 7883

jichuanyi@gatech.edu