Justin's mission is to secure a sustainable and livable planet for all through tech innovation, entrepreneurship, and informing policy. He seeks to design green cities and achieve deep carbon cuts by pursuing research in renewable energy systems, smart grids, and autonomous electrified transportation.
At Stanford University, Justin is a Ph.D. student in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Energy Systems). Previously, Justin obtained a M.S. in Electrical Engineering at Stanford and a B.S. in Energy Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley.
Honors & Awards
School of Engineering Graduate Fellowship, Stanford University (April 2018)
Professional Affiliations and Activities
Graduate Student Researcher, Bits & Watts (2018 - Present)
Education & Certifications
M.S., Stanford University, Electrical Engineering (2020)
B.S., University of California, Berkeley, Energy Engineering (2018)
On the Interaction between Autonomous Mobility on Demand Systems and Power Distribution Networks --- An Optimal Power Flow Approach
IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems
View details for DOI 10.1109/TCNS.2021.3059225
- Using CPE Function to Size Capacitor Storage for Electric Vehicles and Quantifying Battery Degradation during Different Driving Cycles ENERGIES 2016; 9 (11)