Jacob Monroe presents at Combined EWC/C&S Colloquim

Ph.D. candidate Jacob Monroe presented his research, “An Agent-based Modeling Framework to Explore the Emergence of Market Dynamics in a Peer-to-Peer Electricity Trading System”  for the Environmental, Water Resources, and Coastal Engineering Seminar Series and Computing & Systems Colloquium. On-going research is working on applying an agent-based modeling framework to a realistic system to simulate electricity trading in a peer-to-peer market.