In light of the unprecedented health concerns posed by the coronavirus, all of us in ESIC have switched to teleworking. I thank all our ESIC faculty, staff and students in embracing the new challenges with spirited enthusiasm. This note is to let everyone know that ESIC research, education and outreach activities continue as usual and we are available by email and on the phone as always. We look forward to hearing from you on any way that ESIC can help you. Please take care of yourselves and best wishes,
Mani V. Venkatasubramanian
Director, Energy Systems Innovation Center
Boeing Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164-2752
Energy Systems Innovation Center at Washington State University is a leading Center of excellence, both nationally and internationally, for research, education, technological innovation, and technology transfer in energy systems, including smart grids.
With an exceptional team of 12 faculty in power, energy, and computer science, and more than 20 faculty in allied fields (including economics, public policy, and sociology), the ESI Center provides a strong synergistic environment for conducting major multi-disciplinary studies on electric energy and its social and economic impacts, facilitating the development of public policy at the state and national levels.