Senior Engineer, ComEd
David C. Schooley is a Senior Engineer in the Transmission Planning department at ComEd. His B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering are from Oklahoma State University, and his Ph.D. is from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he studied the integration of large amounts of wind and solar energy into the generation mix. In a previous life, he was employed as an electrical engineer at Southern Research Technologies in Birmingham, Alabama, where he designed digital hardware and wrote software for guided missiles and airborne data-acquisition platforms. His job responsibilities at ComEd have included work in transmission operations, where he was involved in demand-side management, load forecasting, and the implementation of real-time visualization of the transmission system in ComEd's control room. He currently works in ComEd's Transmission Planning department where he is primarily involved with dynamic modeling and simulation of the transmission system while also working to increase ComEd's PMU deployment. David serves on NERC's Synchronized Measurement Subcommittee and task forces related to load and power plant modeling.
Synchrophasors: Progress Toward Practical Applications
Thursday, February 23rd at 1:30 PM in the Chancellor Ballroom