Feng Pan

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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Richland, Washington, United States

Dr. Feng Pan joined Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in 2014 and is currently working as a Research Scientist in the Optimization and Control Group in the Energy and Environmental Directorate. His current focus is on applying operations research techniques to solve energy and national security applications. He is leading two major projects, High Performance Power Grid Optimization Project (HIPPO) and the ARPA-E Grid Optimization (GO) Competition. In the HIPPO project, he has been leading a multidisciplinary team to develop parallel and concurrent mixed integer programming software to improve computational efficiency of solving security constrained unit commitment problem in regional energy market. He has worked with National Security Directorate on several projects where developed mathematical optimization and network models in critical infrastructure and cyber security applications. Before joining PNNL, he worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory in 2003-2014 as a Research Scientist and Project Leader on research projects in stochastic optimization, network interdiction and on various applications in smart grid and national security.

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