Anthony Degleris

  • Program Year: 3
  • Academic Institution: Stanford University
  • Field of Study: Electrical Engineering
  • Academic Advisor: Abbas El Gamal
  • Practicum(s): Practicum Not Yet Completed
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 2020
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Summary of Research

As an Electrical Engineering PhD student at Stanford, I plan to study optimization and power systems, with a special emphasis on energy storage and renewable integration. As the power grid becomes more complex and diverse, developing algorithms for operating the grid will be an essential part of meeting the world's growing electricity demand and building a grid that can withstand natural disasters. My research will focus on using tools from optimization and control to develop better algorithms for managing the grid.


[1] A Degleris, N Gillis (2020). A Provably Correct and Robust Algorithm for Convolutive Nonnegative Matrix Factorization. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing.

[2]* A Williams, A Degleris, Y Wang, S Linderman (2020). Point process models for sequence detection in high-dimensional neural spike trains. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems.

[3]* A Degleris, L Fuentes Valenzuela, A El Gamal, R Rajagopal (2021). Emissions-aware electricity network expansion planning via implicit differentiation. NeurIPS 2021 Workshop: Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning.

[4] Y Wang, A Degleris, A Williams, S Linderman (2022). Spatiotemporal Clustering with Neyman-Scott Processes via Connections to Bayesian Nonparametric Mixture Models. Under review in the Journal for the American Statistical Association.

[5] LF Valenzuela, A Degleris, A El Gamal, M Pavone, R Rajagopal (2022). Dynamic locational marginal emissions via implicit differentiation. Under review in the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.

*Selected for Oral Presentation


Stanford Graduate Fellow (2020).
Phi Beta Kappa (2020).
Sigma Xi (2020).
Frederick Emmons Terman Engineering Scholastic Award (2020).
Tau Beta Pi (2018).