DEGREES: BSEE 2004, MSEE 2007, PhD 2015, Drexel University
EMAIL: mrk26 @ drexel.edu
Michael Kleinberg received his BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University in 2004, 2007, and 2015. respectively. His research interests include distributed system analysis and distribution system optimization.
During his time at Drexel, Michael actively participated in engineering education research as well. This work involved designing and assessing the effectiveness of hardware laboratory experiences for outreach education in the field of electric power engineering. The work was aimed at bridging the knowledge gap between power systems engineers and those outside the field while also encouraging interest in the discipline.
Michael is employed at an adjunct faculty member at Widener University in the Electrical Engineering Department. At Widener, Michael has been responsible for course development, lecturing, testing and assessing student performance for 7 courses at the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior levels. These courses include Control Systems I, Power Systems Engineering, Power Engineering, Analysis of Linear Electric Systems Laboratory, Electric Circuits Laboratory, Computer Programming & Engineering Problem Solving, and Engineering Techniques.
Michael R. Kleinberg, “Online optimization of capacitor switching in electric power distribution systems,” Ph.D. Thesis, June 2015.
- Kleinberg, M., Miu, K., Chiang, H.-D., “Service Restoration of Power Distribution Systems Incorporating Load Curtailment of In-Service Customers,” In preparation for submission to IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
- Miu, K., Kleinberg, M., “Providing Feasible Control Sequences for Distribution Automation Applications,” submitted Book Chapter to IEEE Power & Energy Society: Computational Intelligence in Electric Power Distribution, June 2009.
- Miu, K., Cecchi, V., Kleinberg M., Deese, A., Tong, M., Kleinberg, B., “A Distribution Power Flow Experiment for Outreach Education,” to appear IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.”
- Kleinberg, M., Miu, K., Nwankpa, C., “Distributed Multi-Phase Distribution Power Flow: Modeling, Solution Algorithm, and Simulation Results,” Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International, Vol. 4, No. 8-9, August-September 2008
- Kleinberg, M., Miu, K., Chiang, H.-D., “Service Restoration of Power Distribution System Incorporating Load Curtailment,” Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems 2009, Taipei, Taiwan, May 24 – 27, 2009
- Kleinberg, M., Miu, K., Nwankpa, C., “Distributed Simulation of a Large Scale Power Distribution Network,” Proc. Society for Modeling and Simulation International, Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2008, Edinburgh, UK, June 16-18, 2008
- Kleinberg, M., Miu, K., Nwankpa, C., “Network Modeling for Distributed Simulations of Unbalanced Power Systems,” Proc. Society for Modeling and Simulation International, Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2007, San Diego, California, July 16-19, 2007
- Cecchi, V., Kleinberg M., Tong, M., Kleinberg, B., Miu, K., “Design of a Power Engineering Outreach Experiment Using Feedback from Non-Engineers and Grade 9-12 Students” Proc. American Society of Engineering Education for Engineering Education, Annual Conference and Exposition, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 24-27, 2007
- Cecchi, V., Kleinberg M., Tong, M., Kleinberg, B., Miu, K., “Adapting Existing Distribution Power Flow Experiments for Outreach Education,” Proc. IEEE Power Engineering Society 2007 General Meeting, Tampa, Florida, June 24-28
- Kleinberg, M., Miu, K., Nwankpa, C., “A Study of Distribution Power Flow Analysis Using Physically Distributed Processors,” Proc. IEEE Power Systems Conference and Exposition 2006, New York, NY, Oct. 29-Nov. 1
- Kleinberg, M., Miu, K., Nwankpa, C., “Radial Distribution Power Flow Studies In a Remotely Distributed Environment,” Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems 2006, Island of Kos, Greece, May 21-24
- Tong, S., Kleinberg, M., Miu, K., “A Distributed Slack Bus Model and Its Impact on Distribution System Application Techniques,” Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems 2005, Kobe, Japan, May 23-26