2010 - Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
2008 - IEEE Fellow For integration of economic and environmental concerns into power systems design and operation
Benjamin F. Hobbs mostly deals with Microeconomics, Mathematical optimization, Operations research, Cournot competition and Oligopoly. His Microeconomics research incorporates themes from Order and Electricity. His research integrates issues of Decision rule and Perfect competition in his study of Mathematical optimization.
His study in the field of Multiple-criteria decision analysis and Goal programming also crosses realms of Usability. His Cournot competition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Function, Imperfect competition, Stackelberg competition, Industrial organization and Profit maximization. His Oligopoly research incorporates elements of Market power, Transmission and Common value auction.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Microeconomics, Electricity, Mathematical optimization, Environmental economics and Operations research. His study involves Oligopoly, Market power, Competition, Cournot competition and Marginal cost, a branch of Microeconomics. His Market power research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Market saturation and Energy market.
His work deals with themes such as Emissions trading, Industrial organization, Investment and Electric power, which intersect with Electricity. The various areas that Benjamin F. Hobbs examines in his Mathematical optimization study include Probabilistic logic and Power system simulation, Electric power system. He works mostly in the field of Environmental economics, limiting it down to topics relating to Renewable energy and, in certain cases, Wind power.
Renewable energy, Investment, Electricity, Microeconomics and Mathematical optimization are his primary areas of study. His Renewable energy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental engineering, Subsidy, Order, Electric power and Load management. His work carried out in the field of Electricity brings together such families of science as Electricity generation, Environmental economics, Incentive and Flexibility.
His studies deal with areas such as Wind power and Market analysis as well as Microeconomics. As a member of one scientific family, Benjamin F. Hobbs mostly works in the field of Mathematical optimization, focusing on Power system simulation and, on occasion, Percentage point, Integer programming and Energy. The Market power study combines topics in areas such as Economic efficiency and Oligopoly.
His main research concerns Microeconomics, Mathematical optimization, Renewable energy, Electricity and Wind power. His studies in Microeconomics integrate themes in fields like Market analysis and Natural resource economics. His Mathematical optimization research includes elements of Transmission, Power system simulation, Reliability and Operations research.
Benjamin F. Hobbs has included themes like Marine engineering, Load management, Subsidy and Turbine in his Renewable energy study. His Electricity study deals with Flexibility intersecting with Procurement, Electricity generation and Predictability. He combines subjects such as Bidding, Meteorology, Engineering economics and Demand response with his study of Wind power.
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Strategic gaming analysis for electric power systems: an MPEC approach
B.F. Hobbs;C.B. Metzler;J.-S. Pang.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2000)
Complementarity Modeling in Energy Markets
Steven A. Gabriel;Antonio J. Conejo;J. David Fuller;Benjamin F. Hobbs.
Oligopolistic competition in power networks: a conjectured supply function approach
C.J. Day;B.F. Hobbs;Jong-Shi Pang.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2002)
Energy decisions and the environment : a guide to the use of multicriteria methods
B. F. Hobbs;Peter Meier.
Optimization methods for electric utility resource planning
Benjamin F. Hobbs.
Efficient Market-Clearing Prices in Markets with Nonconvexities
Richard P. O'Neill;Paul M. Sotkiewicz;Benjamin F. Hobbs;Michael H. Rothkopf.
The Next Generation of Electric Power Unit Commitment Models
Benjamin F. Hobbs.
Review of Ground‐Water Quality Monitoring Network Design
Hugo A. Loaiciga;Randall J. Charbeneau;Lorne G. Everett;Graham E. Fogg.
Network-constrained Cournot models of liberalized electricity markets: the devil is in the details
Karsten Neuhoff;Julian Barquin;Maroeska G. Boots;Andreas Ehrenmann.
Optimal Generation Mix With Short-Term Demand Response and Wind Penetration
C. De Jonghe;B. F. Hobbs;R. Belmans.
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