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Dr. Le Xie
Dr. Le Xie’s research interests include modeling and control in data-rich large-scale systems, grid integration of clean energy resources and electricity markets. | Image: Justin Baetge, Texas A&M Engineering

Dr. Le Xie, professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University and assistant director-energy digitization at the Texas A&M Energy Institute, has been named a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for his contributions to the economic and secure operations of power systems and big data analytics.

Fellow is one of the most prestigious honors of IEEE and is recognized by the technical community as an esteemed accomplishment. Xie is also a Chancellor Enhancing Development and Generating Excellence in Scholarship Fellow and Presidential Impact Fellow, which are two of the most prestigious scholarly impact awards presented to Texas A&M faculty.

Xie’s research interests include modeling and control in data-rich large-scale systems, grid integration of clean energy resources and electricity markets. He was an editor of IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, and the founding chair of the IEEE Power and Energy Society subcommittee on big data and analytics for grid operations.

“My work primarily focuses on designing and operating a future electric grid that provides clean, reliable and affordable electricity to power humanity,” Xie said. “Having the work recognized by peer colleagues through IEEE, which is the world's largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology, is both gratifying and humbling. I sincerely thank my group members, collaborators and mentors for their contribution.”