Hobbs, Benjamin F.

Professor
Environmental Health And Engineering
http://hobbsgroup.johnshopkins.edu/home.html

Ames Hall 208
(410) 516-4681
bhobbs@jhu.edu

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Johns Hopkins scholars, leaders celebrate faculty research awards

September 4, 2015

Scholars from across Johns Hopkins University’s 10 divisions gathered last night at the George Peabody Library to celebrate 60 innovative research projects that are being supported by the inaugural Catalyst and Discovery awards. Thirty-seven early career scholars (five of them from WSE) received Catalyst Awards and 23 cross-divisional faculty teams, which included 14 WSE faculty […]

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About

Education
  • Ph.D. 1983, CORNELL UNIVERSITY
Experience
  • 2016 - 2021:  Associate Director, Yale-JHU SEARCH (Solutions for Energy, Air, Climate, and Health) Center
  • 2016 - 2017:  Visiting Associate,, Computing & Mathematical Sciences, California Institute of Technology
  • 2016 - 2016:  Visiting Scholar, University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
  • 2015 - Present:  Co-Director, USEPA Yale-JHU Center on "Solutions for Energy, Air, Climate & Health"
  • 2014 - 2015:  Chairman, SPH-WSE Environment Health Sciences-DoGEE Restructuring Committee
  • 2012 - 2012:  Examiner, Canterbury University
  • 2010 - Present:  Director, JHU Environment, Energy, Sustainability & Health Institute
  • 2007 - 2007:  Chair, JHU Climate Change Task Force
  • 2007 - 2008:  Examiner, University of Cape Town (South Africa), National University of Singapore
  • 2005 - Present:  Research Associate, Energy Policy Research Group, University of Cambridge
  • 2003 - Present:  Director, Undergraduate Studies, DoGEE
  • 2003 - 2003:  Chair, Second Workshop on Applied Infrastructure Research: Regulation and Investment in Infrastructure Provision Theory and Policy
  • 2003 - 2003:  Examiner, Delft University of Technology
  • 2002 - 2002:  Chair, Executive Committee, Energy Division, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2002 - Present:  Chairman, Market Surveillance Committee, California Independent System Operator
  • 2002 - Present:  Scientific Advisor, Energy Research Center of the Netherlands, Policy Studies Division
Research Areas
  • ECOSYSTEM management
  • Electricity market design
  • Enviornmental and energy systems analysis and economics
  • Environmental and energy systems analysis and economics
  • Mathematical programming models of imperfect energy markets
  • Multiobjective and risk analysis
Awards
  • 2016:  2016 Runner-Up, Best Student Paper, Decision Analysis Society (INFORMS)
  • 2016:  2016 Runner-Up for the Decision Analysis Journal Special Recognition Award
  • 2014:  • 2013 Editor’s Choice Award, Water Resources Research
  • 2014:  • 2014 Best Publication Award Environment-Sustainability, INFORMS Section on Energy, Natural Resources, & Environment
  • 2014:  • 2014 Best Publication Award in Energy, INFORMS Section on Energy, Natural Resources, & Environment for the period 2010-2012
  • 2013:  • Guest Professor, School of Electrical Engineering, Southeast University, Nanjing
  • 2010:  Economic & Social Research Council/Social Science Research Council (UK) Collaborative Visiting Fellowship 2010
  • 2010:  LaGrange Fellowship 2010 (Offered - but BH declined) - Progetto Lagrange - Fondazione CRT and Politecnico Torino - Italy
  • 2010:  Fellow - Institute for Operations Research & Management Science
  • 2009:  Overseas Fellow - Churchill College - Cambridge - UK 2009-2010
  • 2009:  Ecole Politechnique Federal Lausanne - Switzerland - Landolt Visiting Chair in Sustainability - 2009-2010 (offered but BH declined)
  • 2007:  Fellow - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) - "for integration of economic and environmental concerns into power systems design and operation - " Class of 2007
  • 2007:  2007 Best Publication Award (Energy) - INFORMS Energy - Natural Resources - & Environment Area (for Harrington - Hobbs - et al. - Mathematical Programming Series B - 2005)
  • 2006:  Significant Reviewer Citation - IEEE Power Engineering Society - March 2006
  • 2006:  Certificate of Appreciation - National Academies (cited for outstanding service on the NRC Committee on the Effects of Changes in New Source Review programs for Stationary Sources of Air Pollutants) - July 28 - 2006.
  • 2006:  2006 Bright Idea Award" - New Jersey Policy Research Organization and Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University (for R.P. O'Neill - P.M. Sotkiewicz - B.F. Hobbs et al. - European Journal of Operational Research - 2005)
  • 2004:  Best Student Paper Award - Energy - Natural Resources & Environment Section - INFORMS Annual Conference - Denver - October 24-27 - 2004 (for Y. Chen and B.F. Hobbs - "An Oligopolistic Electricity Market Model with Tradable NOx Permits)
  • 2004:  Best Publication Award - Decision Analysis Society (INFORMS) - 2004 (for Anderson and Hobbs - "Using a Bayesian Approach to Quantify Scale Compatability Bias - " Management Science - 2002)
  • 2001:  Second Place (Honorable Mention) - INFORMS Decision Analysis Section - Student Paper Competition (for paper coauthored with advisee R. Anderson)
  • 1991:  Nominated for John S. Diekhoff Award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching - Case Western Reserve University - March 1988 and March 1991.
  • 1991:  Mortar Board - 1991 Outstanding Professor Award - Case Western Reserve University
  • 1990:  Outstanding Research Oriented Paper - American Society of Civil Engineers Water Resources Planning and Management Division (for Hobbs et al. - "Risk Analysis of Aquifer Contamination by Brine - " J. Water Resources Planning and Management (ASCE) - 1988)
  • 1989:  Institute Associate - National Regulatory Research Institute
  • 1987:  Ameritech Fellow - Center for Regional Issues - Case Western Reserve University
  • 1986:  Presidential Young Investigator - National Science Foundation
  • 1985:  ASCE Energy Division Nominee for the ASCE Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize
  • 1982:  Wigner Fellow - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • 1978:  Sage Fellow (1979-80) and McMullen Fellow (1978-79) - Cornell University
  • 1975:  Rhodes Scholarship Nominee from South Dakota State University
Presentations
  • "Morphodynamics and Sediment Transport on the Huanghe (Yellow River) Delta: Work in Progress", Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, New Orleans.  December 11, 2017
  • "Integrating Renewable Electric Sources: Control & Planning Strategies", State of Maryland-JHU WSE Meeting.  November 21, 2017
  • "Dealing with Variability & Uncertainty in Electricity Markets: Some Reflections on California’s Experience", Plenary Speech, IAEE North American Meeting, Houston.  November 15, 2017
  • "Assessing Ambient Levels and Personal Exposures in Baltimore: The SEARCH Project", MARAMA Monitoring Committee Training Workshop, Philadelphia.  November 3, 2017
  • "Possible Improvements for Generation Reserves to Back-up Wind in the Dutch Electricity Market", INFORMS National Meeting, Houston.  October 24, 2017
  • "A Two-stage Stochastic Programming Model for Adaptive Stormwater Management with Green Infrastructure", INFORMS National Meeting, Houston.  October 22, 2017
  • "Merging Morphology & Management: Optimizing Engineered Avulsions and Floodway Design and Operations in the Huang He Delta Region", 2nd Intnl Science Workshop of Morphodynamics and Socioecon. Sustain. Large River Deltas, Qingdao,PRC.  October 16, 2017
  • "Supply Curve Development for Capacity Market Clearing With Renewable Capacity: Resource Interactions", IEEE Power and Energy Conference, Chicago, IL.  July 18, 2017
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Socially Optimal Decisions:How Can Our Models Contribute?", Seminar, TU Delft, Faculty of Technology Policy and Management.  July 6, 2017
  • "Case Example of Energy Markets, The California Experience", Summer School on the Regulation of Energy Utilities, Florence School of Regulation.  June 27, 2017
  • "Efficient Acquisition of Generation Reserves to Back-Up Wind: Possible Improvements to Dutch Electricity Markets", Seminar, Energy Team, Akzo-Nobel, Amsterdam.  June 26, 2017
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions: How Can Our Models Contribute?", EES-UETP Danish Tech U Summer School “Modern Challenges in Power System Operation and Markets".  June 13, 2017
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions: How Can Our Models Contribute?", Seminar, Katholic University Leuven/Energyville, Belgium.  June 12, 2017
  • "Challenges in Designing the California Power Market to Accommodate 40% Renewables", WINDFARMS2017 Conference, Comillas Pontifical University, Madrid.  June 2, 2017
  • "Statistical Models of Wind Capacity for System Adequacy", WINDFARMS2017 Conference, Comillas Pontifical University, Madrid.  May 31, 2017
  • "Efficient Acquisition of Generation Reserves to Back-Up Wind: Possible Improvements in Dutch Electricity Market & Regulations", WINDFARMS2017 Conference, Comillas Pontifical University, Madrid.  May 31, 2017
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions: How Can Our Models Contribute?", Seminar, University of Edinburgh, Institute for Energy Systems, School of Engineering.  May 26, 2017
  • "Coastal Sustainability Management Using Avulsions Mitigation Strategies in the Yellow River Delta", Annual Conference, Environment-Water Resources Institute, ASCE.  May 23, 2017
  • "Crediting Renwables in Electricity Capacity Markets: The Effects of Alternative Definitions upon Market Efficiency", Outreach Day, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Amsterdam.  May 23, 2017
  • "Using Modeling to Support Policy and Market Design Decisions," Modeling in Public Policy: Exploring Research Requirements to Support the Use of Modelling Evidence in Energy Policy Development", Modelling in Public Policy, Exploring Research Requirements, Office Gas Electricity Markets, London.  May 15, 2017
  • "System Adequacy with Intermittent Renewables: Capacity Markets & Economic Distortions", Seminar, Centre Operational Research and Econnomics, University Catholique Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.  April 25, 2017
  • "Efficient Acquisition of Generation Reserves to Back-Up Wind: Possible Improvements to Dutch Electricity Markets", Seminar, Autoriteit Consument & Markt, Den Haag, The Netherlands.  April 17, 2017
  • "Modeling Electricity Markets & Policy with Optimization: Why It's Important (and Fun!)", Seminar, Dept. Computers and Electrical Engineering, University of Coimbra.  March 17, 2017
  • "Modeling Electricity Markets & Policy with Optimization: Why It's Important (and Fun!)", Seminar, Business School, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal.  March 17, 2017
  • "System Adequacy with Intermittent Renewables: Capacity Markets and Economic Distortions", Seminar, Comillas Pontifical University, Madrid.  March 15, 2017
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions, How Can Our Models Contribute", Seminar, Comillas Pontifical University, Madrid.  February 21, 2017
  • "Challenges in Designing Power Markets: The California Experience", Economics for Energy Workshop: Economic Challenges for Energy, Madrid.  February 15, 2017
  • "Challenges in Designing Power Markets: The California Experience", Seminar, DTU.  January 27, 2017
  • "The Value of Better Transmission Planning Models: Adaptive & Proactive Planning", The Evolution of System Planning.  Wilmington, DE.  December 6, 2016
  • "The Value of Better Transmission Planning Models: Adaptive & Proactive Planning", Monthly Research Webinar.  Baltimore, MD.  December 1, 2016
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions: How Can Our Models Contribute?".  Santa Monica, CA.  November 30, 2016
  • "Modeling Electricity Markets & Policy with Optimization: Why It's Important (and Fun!)".  LA, CA.  November 29, 2016
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions: How Can Our Models Contribute?".  Pasadena, CA.  November 28, 2016
  • "Modeling Electricity Markets & Policy with Optimization: Why It's Important (and Fun!)".  Pasadena, CA.  November 14, 2016
  • "In Search of Adaptive Strategy for Power System Expansion in Bangladesh through Robust Decision-Making Analysis", Trans-Atlantic Infraday Conference.  Washington, DC.  November 10, 2016
  • "In Search of Adaptive Strategy for Power System Expansion in Bangladesh through Robust Decision-Making Analysis", Trans-Atlantic Infraday Conference.  Washington, DC.  November 10, 2016
  • "Energy Sector Emissions Downscaling: Methods and Challenges", Trans-Atlantic Infraday Conference.  Washington, DC.  November 10, 2016
  • "Energy Sector Emissions Downscaling: Methods and Challenges", Trans-Atlantic Infraday Conference.  Washington, DC.  November 10, 2016
  • "he Value of Better Transmission Planning Models:Adaptive & Proactive Planning", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Bi-level Network Planning with Generation-market Equilibria Subject to Inefficient Network Pricing", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Non-cooperative Multi-regional Transmission Planning", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Does Risk Aversion Affect Transmission and Generation Planning? A Western North America Case Study", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Flood Risk Management Using Artificial Avulsions In The Yellow River Delta", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Optimizing Adaptive Stormwater Management With Green Infrastructure: A Case Study In Wingohocking Watershed, Philadelphia", INFORMS National Meeting.  November 1, 2016
  • "Does Risk Aversion Affect Transmission and Generation Planning? A Western North America Case Study", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "he Value of Better Transmission Planning Models:Adaptive & Proactive Planning", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Power System Planning In Fragile States: A Case Study Of South Sudan", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Bi-level Network Planning with Generation-market Equilibria Subject to Inefficient Network Pricing", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Non-cooperative Multi-regional Transmission Planning", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Power System Planning In Fragile States: A Case Study Of South Sudan", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Optimizing Adaptive Stormwater Management With Green Infrastructure: A Case Study In Wingohocking Watershed, Philadelphia", INFORMS National Meeting.  November 1, 2016
  • "Flood Risk Management Using Artificial Avulsions In The Yellow River Delta", INFORMS National Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  November 1, 2016
  • "Cooptimization and Anticipative Planning Methods for Bulk Transmission and Resource Planning Under Long-Run Uncertainties".  Portland, OR.  October 24, 2016
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions: How Can Our Models Contribute?".  Richland, WA.  October 20, 2016
  • "Integrating Renewable Electric Sources: Control & Planning Strategies: Smart Grids Research at JHU", Exelon Corp. Visit to JHU: Energy Research at JHU.  JHU.  October 14, 2016
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions: How Can Our Models Contribute?".  Seattle, WA.  October 13, 2016
  • "Watershed-scale management for fine sediment loading: Balancing alternative restoration scenarios from bank stabilization to water retention", Annual Meeting GSA.  September 26, 2016
  • "Watershed-scale management for fine sediment loading: Balancing alternative restoration scenarios from bank stabilization to water retention", Annual Meeting GSA.  September 26, 2016
  • "Guidance from BNL, ORNL, JHU studies in actual multicriteria decision making situations", Grid Management Framework Stakeholder Advisory Group.  Golden, CO.  September 26, 2016
  • "The Value of Better Transmission Planning Models: Adaptive & Proactive Planning".  Folsom, CA.  September 20, 2016
  • "Can Inefficient Capacity Market Designs Bias Renewable Investment?", ORCAS 2016.  Friday Harbor, WA.  September 7, 2016
  • "Integrating Renewable Electric Sources: Control & Planning Strategies: Smart Grids Research at JHU", Energy Research at JHU Overview for Toshiba America Research, Inc..  JHU.  July 25, 2016
  • "Market Design with Renewable Capacity", IEEE PES General Meeting.  B.  July 1, 2016
  • "Bi-level Network Planning Model Considering Generation-market Equilibria Subject to Inefficient Network Pricing", IEEE PES General Meeting.  Boston, MA.  July 1, 2016
  • "Market Design with Renewable Capacity", IEEE PES General Meeting.  B.  July 1, 2016
  • "System Adequacy with Intermittent Resources: Capacity Value and Economic Distortions", IEEE PES General Meeting.  Boston, MA.  July 1, 2016
  • "System Adequacy with Intermittent Resources: Capacity Value and Economic Distortions", IEEE PES General Meeting.  Boston, MA.  July 1, 2016
  • "Bi-level Network Planning Model Considering Generation-market Equilibria Subject to Inefficient Network Pricing", IEEE PES General Meeting.  Boston, MA.  July 1, 2016
  • "Briefing on regional resource adequacy initiative: Some Comments on Capacity Credit Calculations", General Session of the Market Surveillance Committee.  June 17, 2016
  • "The Value of Better Transmission Planning Models: Adaptive & Proactive Planning", CERTS Reliability & Markets Review.  Arlington, VA.  June 9, 2016
  • "Exploring Win-Win Strategies for Urban Stormwater Management: A Case Study in Philadelphia's Combined Sewer Area", World Environmental & Water Resrouces COngress, Annual Meeting EWRI.  Sacramento, CA.  May 23, 2016
  • "Exploring Win-Win Strategies for Urban Stormwater Management: A Case Study in Philadelphia's Combined Sewer Area", World Environmental & Water Resrouces COngress, Annual Meeting EWRI.  Sacramento, CA.  May 23, 2016
  • "Can Inefficient Capacity Market Designs Bias Renewable Investment?", Windfarms 2016.  Dallas, TX.  May 22, 2016
  • "It's Risky to Ignore Uncertainty! The Impact of Uncertainty in Energy Models", Clean Power Plan Workshop.  Phliadelphia, PA.  February 23, 2016
  • "Tutorial on Optimization with EXCEL Solver(R)", Cracking the WIP: Designing an Optimization Engine to Guide Efficient Bay Implimentation.  Annapolis, MD.  February 17, 2016
  • "Example of Optimization, BMP Choice for Nonpoint Source Control in the Minnesota Basin", Cracking the WIP: Designing an Optimization Engine to Guide Efficient Bay Implimentation.  Annapolis, MD.  February 17, 2016
  • "Quantifying Uncertainty in Decisions: Supporting Adaptive Management with Decision Analysis", Assessing Uncertainty in the Chesapeake Bay Program Modeling System.  Arlginton, VA.  February 1, 2016
  • "Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions: How Can Our Models Contribute?", Optimization & Equilibrium in Energy Economics.  UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.  January 10, 2016
  • "Annual Report: Cooptimization and Anticipative Planning Methods for Bulk Transmission and Resource Planning Under Long-Run Uncertainties", Annual Research Review.  Portland, OR.  January 1, 2016
  • "Annual Report: Cooptimization and Anticipative Planning Methods for Bulk Transmission and Resource Planning Under Long-Run Uncertainties", Annual Research Review.  Portland, OR.  January 1, 2016
  • "The Value of Better Transmission Planning Models: Adaptive & Proactive Planning", Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 49.  Kauai, Hawai.  January 1, 2016
  • "Lessons From Large Scale Stochastic Transmission Planning in WECC", EPRI Risk-Based Planning Workshop.  Little Rock, AR.  November 19, 2015
  • "Incentives Designing Power Markets to Support Optimal Decisions:How Can Our Models Contribute?", Workshop on Power Systems & Markets.  State College, PA.  November 19, 2015
  • "Adaptive Stormwater Management with Green Infrastructure using Two-stage Stochastic Programming", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "ENRE Best Publication Award 2015 in Energy", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "Lessons from Large Scale Transmission Planning using Stochastic Programming in WECC", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "Decision Analysis for Sustainable Management of the Yellow River Delta", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "Operational Flexibility in Dutch Electricity Markets", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "Proactive Transmission Planning: A Case Study of the Eastern Interconnection", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "Risk-averse Transmission and Generation Planning: A WECC Case Study", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "The Benefits of Sharing Reserves Between Countries: A Case Study of the European Electricity System", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "The Economic Effects of Interregional Trading of Renewable Energy Certificates in the WECC", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "Unit Commitment Approximations in Generation and Transmission Planning: Efficiency & Accuracy", Institute for Operations Research and Management Science Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia.  November 1, 2015
  • "Market capacity definitions and generation adequacy", Transatlantic Infraday Conference.  FERC, Washington, DC.  October 30, 2015
  • "Electric Capacity Market Performance with Generation Investment and Renewables", The Dynamic Energy Landscape, 33rd US Association of Energy Economists Annual North American Conference.  Pittsburgh, PA.  October 25, 2015
  • "Simulating Risk of Flooding & Avulsion in the Lower Huanghe: Using a Reservoir Routing and Two-Channel Hydraulic & Bed Aggradation Model", Huanghe River Workshop.  Zhengzhou, China.  October 10, 2015
  • "Simulating Risk of Flooding & Avulsion in the Lower Huanghe: Using a Reservoir Routing and Two-Channel Hydraulic & Bed Aggradation Model", Huanghe River Workshop.  Zhengzhou, China.  October 10, 2015
  • "Planning accounting for long-run uncertainties: Long-run transmission optimization applications in the western US", EPRI Power Delivery & Utilization Program Advisory & Sector Council Meeting.  Baltimore.  October 7, 2015
  • "Tax Bads not Goods: How Pricing Carbon Might Work", JHU Summit on Climate Change & Health.  SPH.  October 2, 2015
  • "Transmission Investment Assessment Under Uncertainty", CERTS Annual Review.  Ithaca, NY.  August 4, 2015
  • "Stochastic Transmission Planning and Generation Cooptimization: How Important is Stochasticity Compared to Other Approximations?", IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting.  Denver, CO.  July 26, 2015
  • "Planning accounting for generation siting response & long-run uncertainties: Long-run transmission optimization applications in the western and eastern US", IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting.  Denver, CO.  July 26, 2015
  • "Real-Time Flexible Ramping Markets Compared with Stochastic Unit Commitment", IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting.  Denver, CO.  July 26, 2015
  • "What Questions Might (Micro)Economists Ask About Electricity?, Super Session Presentation", IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting.  Denver, CO.  July 26, 2015
  • "Co-optimization of Transmission and Other Resources: A Case Study of the Eastern Interconnection", IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting.  Denver, CO.  July 26, 2015
  • "Flexibility in Dutch Electricity Markets", IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting.  Denver, CO.  July 26, 2015
  • "Multi-Stage Generation and Transmission Co-Planning under Uncertainty: What Lines Should We Build Now?", 22nd International Symposium on Mathematical Programming 2015.  Pittsburgh.  July 12, 2015
  • "Flexible Ramping Product: Definition & Performance", Workshop on the Remuneration of Generation Units Under Scarcity Conditions.  Brussels.  July 10, 2015
  • "Integrated Analyses of Demand Response, Wind Variability, and Markets", Windfarms 2015: WindInsPIRE Annual Workshop.  Leuven, Belgium.  July 8, 2015
  • "Which Oversimplification is the Worst Sin? Lessons from Large Scale Transmission Planning Using Stochastic Programming in the US and EU", WHOLESem 2nd Annual Conference, 'Hybrid Energy Modelling - Linkages and Interdisciplinarity'.  Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University, UK.  July 6, 2015
  • "Comments on Markets & Distributed Energy Resources in the US", Distributed Energy Systems (DES) and the future of electricity systems regulation: new markets and networks regulatory design to deal efficiently with the new agents.  Madrid.  July 2, 2015
  • "Large-Scale Stochastic Programming to Cooptimize Networks and Generation in the Face of Long-Run Uncertainties: What Lines Should We Build Now?", 2 Invited Lectures.  Madrid Spain; Vancouver, BC (via Webinar).  July 1, 2015
  • "Large-Scale Stochastic Programming to Cooptimize Networks and Generation in the Face of Long-Run Uncertainties: What Lines Should We Build Now?", Increasing Market & Planning Efficiency through Improved Software.  Washington, DC.  June 22, 2015
  • "Quantifying Benefits of Green Stormwater Infrastructure in Philadelphia", World Environment & Water Congress.  Austin, TX.  May 17, 2015
  • "3 Talks: Stochastic Cooptimization Planning; Cooptimization of Storage & Demand Management; Cooptimization Of Transmission & Other Resources: Why & How", 3 Presentations at 15th Annual Utility Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) Conference.  Atlanta, GA.  May 13, 2015
  • "Planning for Uncertainty Project: Results & Preliminary Conclusions", Transmission Expansion Planning Policy Committee.  Salt Lake City, UT.  May 7, 2015
  • "Using Optimization to Guide Implementation Planning: From What If to What's Best", Water Quality Goal Implementation Team.  Annapolis.  April 13, 2015
  • "Using Optimization to Guide Implementation Planning", The 27th Annual Environment Virginia Symposium.  Virginia Military Institute.  April 5, 2015
  • "Market Design at the CAISO:Challenge & Response", Invited Lecture.  Hong Kong.  March 19, 2015
  • "Experiences from the Mississippi River and Application to the Huanghe and other large, global rivers", Invited Lecture.  Shanghai, China.  March 17, 2015
  • "Overview of Systems Analysis for Decisions: Optimization & Decision Analysis", Invited Lecture.  Shanghai, China.  March 17, 2015
  • "How Can We Most Efficiently Use Our Limited Water, Sand, & $ ? Diversions to Build Land in the Mississippi Delta", Workshop on Huanghe River.  Tsinghua University, Beijing.  January 1, 2015
  • "Modeling Electricity Markets & Policy with Optimization: Why It's Important (and Fun!)", 3 Invited Lectures on Energy Modeling.  Beijing; Hong Kong; Hong Kong.  January 1, 2015
  • 8 Invited Seminars.  January 1, 2014
  • Nineteen presentations at scholarly meetings.  January 1, 2014

Publications

Journal Articles
  • Bakker C, Zaitchik BF, Siddiqui S, Hobbs BF, Broaddus E, Neff RA, Haskett J, Parker CL (2018).  Shocks, seasonality, and disaggregation: Modelling food security through the integration of agricultural, transportation, and economic systems.  Agricultural Systems.  164.
  • Cho SJ, Wilcock P, Hobbs B (2018).  Topographic filtering simulation model for sediment source apportionment.  Geomorphology.  309.
  • F.D. Munoz, S. Wogrin, S.S. Oren, Hobbs BF (2018).  Economic Inefficiencies of Cost-based Electricity Market Designs.  The ENergy Journal.  39(3).  51-68.
  • Kazempour J, Pinson P, Hobbs BF (2018).  A Stochastic Market Design With Revenue Adequacy and Cost Recovery by Scenario: Benefits and Costs.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.
  • Hobbs BF, J Kazempour, P Pinson (2017).  A Stochastic Market Design With Revenue Adequacy and Cost Recovery by Scenario: Benefits and Costs.  IEEE Trans Power Systems.
  • J. Kazempour, Hobbs BF (2017).  Value of Flexible Resources, Virtual Bidding, and Self-Scheduling in Two-Settlement Electricity Markets With Wind Generation – Part I, Formulation.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.
  • A. Mahoney, E. Denny, Hobbs BF, M. O'Malley (2017).  The Drivers of Power System Emissions: An Econometric Analysis of Load, Wind and Forecast Errors.  Energy Systems.
  • Kazempour, J., Hobbs BF (2017).  Value of Flexible Resources, Virtual Bidding, and Self-Scheduling in Two-Settlement Electricity Markets With Wind Generation, Part II, Application.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.
  • Spyrou E, Ho JL, Hobbs BF, Johnson RM, McCalley JD (2017).  What are the Benefits of Co-Optimizing Transmission and Generation Investment? Eastern Interconnection Case Study.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  32(6).
  • Ela E, Wang C, Moorty S, Ragsdale K, O'Sullivan J, Rothleder M, Hobbs B (2017).  Electricity Markets and Renewables: A Survey of Potential Design Changes and Their Consequences.  IEEE Power and Energy Magazine.  15(6).
  • Xing H, Lin Z, Fu M, Hobbs BF (2017).  Distributed algorithm for dynamic economic power dispatch with energy storage in smart grids.  IET Control Theory and Applications.  11(11).
  • Brijs T, De Jonghe C, Hobbs BF, Belmans R (2017).  Interactions between the design of short-term electricity markets in the CWE region and power system flexibility.  Applied Energy.  195.
  • Munoz FD, van der Weijde AH, Hobbs BF, Watson JP (2017).  Does risk aversion affect transmission and generation planning? A Western North America case study.  Energy Economics.  64.
  • Van den Bergh K, Hytowitz RB, Bruninx K, Delarue E, Dhaeseleer W, Hobbs BF (2017).  Benefits of coordinating sizing, allocation and activation of reserves among market zones.  Electric Power Systems Research.  143.
  • Spyrou E, Ho J, Hobbs B, Johnson R, McCalley J (2017).  What are the Benefits of Co-optimizing Transmission and Generation Investment? Eastern Interconnection Case Study.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  32.
  • Bothwell C, Hobbs BF (2017).  Crediting wind and solar renewables in electricity capacity markets: The effects of alternative definitions upon market efficiency.  Energy Journal.  38.
  • Morales-España G, Ramírez-Elizondo L, Hobbs BF (2017).  Hidden power system inflexibilities imposed by traditional unit commitment formulations.  Applied Energy.  191.
  • Stevens RJ, Hobbs B, Ramos A, Meneveau C (2017).  Combining economic and fluid dynamic models to determine the optimal spacing in very large wind farms.  Wind Energy.  20.  465-477.
  • Perez AP, Sauma EE, Munoz FD, Hobbs BF (2016).  The economic effects of interregional trading of Renewable Energy certificates in the U.S. WECC.  Energy Journal.  37(4).
  • Shayesteh E, Hobbs BF, Amelin M (2016).  Scenario reduction, network aggregation, and DC linearisation: Which simplifications matter most in operations and planning optimisation?.  IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution.  10(11).
  • Brijs T, Geth F, Siddiqui S, Hobbs BF, Belmans R (2016).  Price-based unit commitment electricity storage arbitrage with piecewise linear price-effects.  Journal of Energy Storage.  7.
  • Hobbs BF, Xu Q, Ho J, Donohoo P, Kasina S, Ouyang J, Park SW, Eto J, Satyal V (2016).  Adaptive Transmission Planning: Implementing a New Paradigm for Managing Economic Risks in Grid Expansion.  IEEE Power and Energy Magazine.  14(4).
  • Lo Prete C, Hobbs BF (2016).  A cooperative game theoretic analysis of incentives for microgrids in regulated electricity markets.  Applied Energy.  169.
  • Krishnan V, Ho J, Hobbs BF, Liu AL, McCalley JD, Shahidehpour M, Zheng QP (2016).  Co-optimization of electricity transmission and generation resources for planning and policy analysis: review of concepts and modeling approaches.  Energy Systems.  7(2).
  • Christensen A, Hobbs B (2016).  A model of state and federal biofuel policy: Feasibility assessment of the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard.  Applied Energy.  169.
  • Hobbs BF, Kasina S, Xu Q, Park SW, Ouyang J, Ho JL, Donohoo-Vallett PE (2016).  What is the benefit of including uncertainty in transmission planning? A WECC case study.  Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.  2016-March.
  • Prava VR, Clemen RT, Hobbs BF, Kenney MA (2016).  Partition Dependence and Carryover Biases in Subjective Probability Assessment Surveys for Continuous Variables: Model-Based Estimation and Correction.  Decision Analysis.  13(1).
  • Wang B, Hobbs BF (2016).  Real-Time Markets for Flexiramp: A Stochastic Unit Commitment-Based Analysis.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  31(2).
  • Bhagwat PC, de Vries LJ, Hobbs BF (2016).  Expert survey on capacity markets in the US: Lessons for the EU.  Utilities Policy.  38.
  • Stevens RJAM, Hobbs BF, Ramos A, Meneveau C (2016).  Combining economic and fluid dynamic models to determine the optimal spacing in very large wind farms.  Wind Energy.  (3).
  • Munoz FD, Hobbs BF, Watson JP (2016).  New bounding and decomposition approaches for MILP investment problems: Multi-area transmission and generation planning under policy constraints.  European Journal of Operational Research.  248(3).
  • Prava VR, Clemen RT, Hobbs B, Kenney MA (2016).  Partition Dependence and Carryover Biases in Subjective Probability Assessment Surveys for Continuous Variables: Model-Based Estimation and Correction.  Decision Analysis.  13(1).  51-67.
  • Perez AP, Sauma EE, Munoz FD, Hobbs B (2016).  The Economic Effects of Interregional Trading of Renewable Energy Certificates in the US WECC.  The Energy Journal.  37(4).
  • Munoz FD, Hobbs B, Watson J (2016).  New bounding and decomposition approaches for MILP investment problems: Multi-area transmission and generation planning under policy constraints.  European Journal of Operational Research.  248(3).  888-898.
  • Bhagwat PC, de Vries LJ, Hobbs B (2016).  Expert survey on capacity markets in the US: Lessons for the EU.  Utilities Policy.  38.  11-17.
  • Hobbs B, Xu Q, Ho J, Donohoo P, Kasina S, Ouyang J, Park SW, Eto J, Satyal V (2016).  Adaptive Transmission Planning: Implementing a New Paradigm for Managing Economic Risks in Grid Expansion.  IEEE Power and Energy Magazine.  14(4).  30-40.
  • Wang B, Hobbs B (2016).  Real-time markets for flexiramp: A stochastic unit commitment-based analysis.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  31(2).  846-860.
  • Schiro DA, Hobbs B, Pang J (2016).  Perfectly competitive capacity expansion games with risk-averse participants.  Computational Optimization and Applications.  65(2).  511-539.
  • Guo H, Hobbs B, Lasater ME, Parker C, Winch PJ (2016).  System dynamics-based evaluation of interventions to promote appropriate waste disposal behaviors in low-income urban areas: A Baltimore case study.  Waste Management.  56.  547-560.
  • Özdemir Ö, Munoz FD, Ho JL, Hobbs B (2016).  Economic analysis of transmission expansion planning with price-responsive demand and quadratic losses by successive LP.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  31(2).  1096-1107.
  • Prete CL, Hobbs B (2016).  A cooperative game theoretic analysis of incentives for microgrids in regulated electricity markets.  Applied Energy.  169.  524-541.
  • Shayesteh E, Hobbs B, Amelin M (2016).  Scenario reduction, network aggregation, and DC linearisation: which simplifications matter most in operations and planning optimisation?.  IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution.  10(11).  2748-2755.
  • Christensen A, Hobbs B (2016).  A model of state and federal biofuel policy: Feasibility assessment of the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard.  Applied Energy.  169.  799-812.
  • Hung F, Hobbs B, Rosan C, McGarity A, Szalay S, Heckert M (2016).  Exploring Win-Win Strategies for Urban Stormwater Management: A Case Study in Philadelphia's Combined Sewer Area.  World Environmental And Water Resources Congress 2016: Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater and Urban Watershed Symposium - Papers from Sessions of the Proceedings of the 2016 World Environmental and Water Resources Congress.
  • Brijs T, Geth F, Siddiqui S, Hobbs B, Belmans R (2016).  Price-based unit commitment electricity storage arbitrage with piecewise linear price-effects.  Journal of Energy Storage.  7.  52-62.
  • Guo H, Hobbs BF, Lasater ME, Parker CL, Winch PJ (2015).  System dynamics-based evaluation of interventions to promote appropriate waste disposal behaviors in low-income urban areas: A Baltimore case study.  Waste Management.
  • Ahlstrom M, Ela E, Riesz J, O'Sullivan J, Hobbs BF, O'Malley M, Milligan M, Sotkiewicz P, Caldwell J (2015).  The Evolution of the Market: Designing a Market for High Levels of Variable Generation.  IEEE Power and Energy Magazine.  13(6).
  • Schiro DA, Hobbs BF, Pang JS (2015).  Perfectly competitive capacity expansion games with risk-averse participants.  Computational Optimization and Applications.  (2).
  • Deng L, Hobbs BF, Renson P (2015).  What is the Cost of Negative Bidding by Wind? A Unit Commitment Analysis of Cost and Emissions.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  30(4).
  • Ozdemir O, Munoz FD, Ho JL, Hobbs BF (2015).  Economic Analysis of Transmission Expansion Planning With Price-Responsive Demand and Quadratic Losses by Successive LP.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  (2).
  • Ding Y, Kang C, Wang J, Chen Y, Hobbs BF (2015).  Foreword for the special section on power system planning and operation towards a low-carbon economy.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  30(2).
  • Prete CL, Hobbs BF (2015).  Market power in power markets: An analysis of residual demand curves in California's day-ahead energy market (1998-2000).  Energy Journal.  36(2).
  • Chen Y, Hobbs BF, Hugh Ellis J, Crowley C, Joutz F (2015).  Impacts of climate change on power sector NOx emissions: A long-run analysis of the US mid-atlantic region.  Energy Policy.  84.
  • McGarity A, Hung F, Rosan C, Hobbs B, Heckert M, Szalay S (2015).  Quantifying benefits of green stormwater infrastructure in Philadelphia.  World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015: Floods, Droughts, and Ecosystems - Proceedings of the 2015 World Environmental and Water Resources Congress.
  • Krishnan V, Ho J, Hobbs B, Liu AL, McCalley JD, Shahidehpour M, Zheng QP (2015).  Co-optimization of electricity transmission and generation resources for planning and policy analysis: review of concepts and modeling approaches.  Energy Systems.  1-36.
  • Munoz FD, Watson J, Hobbs B (2015).  Optimizing your options: Extracting the full economic value of transmission when planning under uncertainty.  The Electricity Journal.  28(5).  26-38.
  • Chen Y, Hobbs B, Ellis J, Crowley C, Joutz F (2015).  Impacts of climate change on power sector NO x emissions: A long-run analysis of the US mid-atlantic region.  Energy Policy.  84.  11-21.
  • Deng L, Hobbs B, Renson P (2015).  What is the Cost of Negative Bidding by Wind? A Unit Commitment Analysis of Cost and Emissions.  Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on.  30(4).  1805-1814.
  • Shayesteh E, Hobbs B, Soder L, Amelin M (2015).  ATC-Based System Reduction for Planning Power Systems With Correlated Wind and Loads.  IEEE.
  • Munoz FD, Watson JP, Hobbs BF (2015).  Optimizing Your Options: Extracting the Full Economic Value of Transmission When Planning Under Uncertainty.  Electricity Journal.  28(5).
  • Shayesteh E, Hobbs BF, Söder L, Amelin M (2015).  ATC-based system reduction for planning power systems with correlated wind and loads.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  30(1).
  • Ding Y, Kang C, Wang J, Chen Y, Hobbs B (2015).  Foreword for the Special Section on Power System Planning and Operation Towards a Low-Carbon Economy.  Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on.  30(2).  1015-1016.
  • Ozdemir O, Munoz FD, Ho JL, Hobbs B (2015).  Economic analysis of transmission expansion planning with price-responsive demand and quadratic losses by successive LP.  IEEE.
  • Wang B, Hobbs BF (2014).  A flexible ramping product: Can it help real-time dispatch markets approach the stochastic dispatch ideal?.  Electric Power Systems Research.  109.
  • De Jonghe C, Hobbs BF, Belmans R (2014).  Value of price responsive load for wind integration in unit commitment.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  29(2).
  • Wang B, Hobbs B (2014).  A flexible ramping product: Can it help real-time dispatch markets approach the stochastic dispatch ideal?.  Electric Power Systems Research.  109.  128-140.
  • Hobbs B, Litvinov E (2014).  Foreword for the special section on electricity markets operations.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  29(1).
  • Chyong CK, Hobbs BF (2014).  Strategic Eurasian natural gas market model for energy security and policy analysis.Formulation and application to South Stream.  Energy Economics.  44.
  • Munoz FD, Hobbs BF, Ho JL, Kasina S (2014).  An engineering-economic approach to transmission planning under market and regulatory uncertainties: WECC case study.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  29(1).
  • De Jonghe C, Hobbs B, Belmans R (2014).  Value of price responsive load for wind integration in unit commitment.  Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on.  29(2).  675-685.
  • Munoz FD, Hobbs B, Ho JL, Kasina S (2014).  An Engineering-Economic Approach to Transmission Planning Under Market and Regulatory Uncertainties: WECC Case Study.  Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on.  29(1).  307-317.
  • Chyong CK, Hobbs B (2014).  Strategic Eurasian natural gas market model for energy security and policy analysis: Formulation and application to South Stream.  Energy Economics.  44.  198-211.
  • Wang B, Hobbs BF (2013).  Flexiramp market design for real-time operations: Can it approach the stochastic optimization ideal?.  IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting.
  • Lo Prete C, Hobbs BF (2013).  Modeling economic interactions between microgrids and electric utilities: A regulator's perspective.  2013 IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications, SmartGridComm 2013.
  • Neuhoff K, Barquin J, Bialek JW, Boyd R, Dent CJ, Echavarren F, Grau T, von Hirschhausen C, Hobbs BF, Kunz F, Nabe C, Papaefthymiou G, Weber C, Weigt H (2013).  Renewable electric energy integration: Quantifying the value of design of markets for international transmission capacity.  Energy Economics.  40.
  • Jacobi SK, Hobbs BF, Wilcock PR (2013).  Bayesian optimization framework for cost-effective control and research of non-point-source sediment.  Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.  139(5).
  • Liu AL, Hobbs BF (2013).  Tacit collusion games in pool-based electricity markets under transmission constraints.  Mathematical Programming.  140(2).
  • Kennedy Smith R, Hobbs BF (2013).  Biomass combustion for electric power: Allocation and plant siting using non-linear modeling and mixed integer optimization.  Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy.  5(5).
  • Wogrin S, Hobbs BF, Ralph D, Centeno E, Barquín J (2013).  Open versus closed loop capacity equilibria in electricity markets under perfect and oligopolistic competition.  Mathematical Programming.  140(2).
  • O'Neill RP, Helman U, Hobbs BF, Rothkopf MH, Stewart WR (2013).  A joint energy and transmission rights auction on a network with nonlinear constraints: Design, pricing and revenue adequacy.  Lecture Notes in Energy.  7.
  • Kenney MA, Hobbs BF, Mohrig D, Huang H, Nittrouer JA, Kim W, Parker G (2013).  Cost analysis of water and sediment diversions to optimize land building in the Mississippi River delta.  Water Resources Research.  49(6).
  • Hargreaves JJ, Hobbs BF (2013).  Metamodeling of input-output relationships for complex power market models.  Energy Systems.  4(1).
  • Munoz FD, Sauma EE, Hobbs BF (2013).  Approximations in power transmission planning: Implications for the cost and performance of renewable portfolio standards.  Journal of Regulatory Economics.  43(3).
  • Zheng PQ, Hobbs BF (2013).  Multiobjective portfolio analysis of dam removals addressing dam safety, fish populations, and cost.  Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.  139(1).
  • Hobbs BF (2012).  Transmission planning and pricing for renewables: Lessons from elsewhere.  IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting.
  • Munoz FD, Hobbs BF, Kasina S (2012).  Efficient proactive transmission planning to accommodate renewables.  IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting.
  • Cano-Andrade S, Von Spakovsky MR, Fuentes A, Prete CL, Hobbs BF, Mili L (2012).  Multi-objective optimization for the sustainable-resilient synthesis/design/operation of a power network coupled to distributed power producers via microgrids.  ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings (IMECE).  6(PARTS A AND B).
  • van der Weijde AH, Hobbs BF (2012).  The economics of planning electricity transmission to accommodate renewables: Using two-stage optimisation to evaluate flexibility and the cost of disregarding uncertainty.  Energy Economics.  34(6).
  • Hargreaves JJ, Hobbs BF (2012).  Commitment and dispatch with uncertain wind generation by dynamic programming.  IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy.  3(4).
  • Sijm J, Chen Y, Hobbs BF (2012).  The impact of power market structure on CO 2 cost pass-through to electricity prices under quantity competition - A theoretical approach.  Energy Economics.  34(4).
  • Kenney MA, Wilcock PR, Hobbs BF, Flores NE, Martínez DC (2012).  Is Urban Stream Restoration Worth It?.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association.  48(3).
  • Lo Prete C, Hobbs BF, Norman CS, Cano-Andrade S, Fuentes A, von Spakovsky MR, Mili L (2012).  Sustainability and reliability assessment of microgrids in a regional electricity market.  Energy.  41(1).
  • De Jonghe C, Hobbs BF, Belmans R (2012).  Optimal generation mix with short-term demand response and wind penetration.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  27(2).
  • Eager D, Hobbs BF, Bialek JW (2012).  Dynamic modeling of thermal generation capacity investment: Application to markets with high wind penetration.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  27(4).
  • Dent CJ, Bialek JW, Hobbs BF (2011).  Opportunity cost bidding by wind generators in forward markets: Analytical results.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  26(3).
  • Bazilian M, Hobbs BF, Blyth W, MacGill I, Howells M (2011).  Interactions between energy security and climate change: A focus on developing countries.  Energy Policy.  39(6).
  • van der Weijde AH, Hobbs BF (2011).  Locational-based coupling of electricity markets: Benefits from coordinating unit commitment and balancing markets.  Journal of Regulatory Economics.  39(3).
  • Chen Y, Liu AL, Hobbs BF (2011).  Economic and emissions implications of load-based, source-based, and first-seller emissions trading programs under California AB32.  Operations Research.  59(3).
  • Hu MC, Hobbs BF (2010).  Analysis of multi-pollutant policies for the U.S. power sector under technology and policy uncertainty using MARKAL.  Energy.  35(12).
  • Paul A, Palmer K, Ruth M, Hobbs BF, Irani D, Michael J, Chen Y, Ross K, Myers E (2010).  The role of energy efficiency spending in Maryland's implementation of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.  Energy Policy.  38(11).
  • Ruth M, Blohm A, Mauer J, Gabriel SA, Kesana VG, Chen Y, Hobbs BF, Irani D (2010).  Strategies for carbon dioxide emissions reductions: Residential natural gas efficiency, economic, and ancillary health impacts in Maryland.  Energy Policy.  38(11).
  • Fan L, Hobbs BF, Norman CS (2010).  Risk aversion and CO2 regulatory uncertainty in power generation investment: Policy and modeling implications.  Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.  60(3).
  • Van Der Weijde AH, Hobbs BF (2010).  Transmission planning under uncertainty: A two-stage stochastic modelling approach.  2010 7th International Conference on the European Energy Market, EEM 2010.
  • Hobbs BF, Bushneil J, Wolak FA (2010).  Is load-based carbon trading less costly than source-based trading?.  2010 7th International Conference on the European Energy Market, EEM 2010.
  • Helman U, Hobbs BF (2010).  Large-scale market power modeling: Analysis of the U.S. eastern interconnection and regulatory applications.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  25(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Bushnell J, Wolak FA (2010).  Upstream vs. downstream CO2 trading: A comparison for the electricity context.  Energy Policy.  38(7).
  • Green R, Hobbs B, Oren S, Siddiqui A (2010).  Policymaking benefits and limitations from using financial methods and modelling in electricity markets.  Energy Economics.  32(4).
  • Hobbs BF, Hu MC, Chen Y, Ellis JH, Paul A, Burtraw D, Palmer KL (2010).  From regions to stacks: Spatial and temporal downscaling of power pollution scenarios.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  25(2).
  • Zhao J, Hobbs BF, Pang JS (2010).  Long-run equilibrium modeling of emissions allowance allocation systems in electric power markets.  Operations Research.  58(3).
  • Lise W, Sijm J, Hobbs BF (2010).  The impact of the EU ETS on prices, profits and emissions in the power sector: Simulation results with the COMPETES EU20 model.  Environmental and Resource Economics.  47(1).
  • Prêté CL, Hobbs BF, Norman CS, Cano-Andrad S, Fuentes A, Von Spakovsk MR, Mili L (2010).  Sustainability assessment of microgrids in the Northwestern European electricity market.  Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation, and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems, ECOS 2010.  3.
  • Lise W, Hobbs BF (2009).  A dynamic simulation of market power in the liberalised european natural gas market.  Energy Journal.  30(SPECIAL ISSUE 1).
  • Zheng PQ, Hobbs BF, Koonce JF (2009).  Optimizing multiple dam removals under multiple objectives: Linking tributary habitat and the Lake Erie ecosystem.  Water Resources Research.  45(12).
  • Özdemir O, Hers JS, Fisher EB, Brunekreeft G, Hobbs BF (2009).  A nodal pricing analysis of the future german electricity market.  2009 6th International Conference on the European Energy Market, EEM 2009.
  • Jacobi SK, Zheng P, Hobbs BF, Wilcock PR (2009).  A Bayesian framework for cost effective management of sediment reduction in the Minnesota river basin.  Proceedings of World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2009 - World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2009: Great Rivers.  342.
  • Bushnell J, Hobbs BF, Wolak FA (2009).  When It Comes to Demand Response, Is FERC Its Own Worst Enemy?.  Electricity Journal.  22(8).
  • Corsair HJ, Ruch JB, Zheng PQ, Hobbs BF, Koonce JF (2009).  Multicriteria decision analysis of stream restoration: Potential and examples.  Group Decision and Negotiation.  18(4).
  • Hargreaves JJ, Hobbs BF (2009).  Optimal selection of priority development areas considering tradeoffs between hydrology and development configuration.  Environmental Modeling and Assessment.  14(3).
  • O'Neill RP, Fisher EB, Hobbs BF, Baldick R (2008).  Towards a complete real-time electricity market design.  Journal of Regulatory Economics.  34(3).
  • Chen Y, Sijm J, Hobbs BF, Lise W (2008).  Implications of CO2 emissions trading for short-run electricity market outcomes in northwest Europe.  Journal of Regulatory Economics.  34(3).
  • Mookherjee R, Hobbs BF, Friesz TL, Rigdon MA (2008).  Dynamic oligopolistic competition on an electric power network with ramping costs and joint sales constraints.  Journal of Industrial and Management Optimization.  4(3).
  • Hu MC, Hobbs BF (2008).  Dynamic analysis of demand curve adjustment and learning in response to generation capacity cost dynamics in the PJM capacity market.  IEEE Power and Energy Society 2008 General Meeting: Conversion and Delivery of Electrical Energy in the 21st Century, PES.
  • Hobbs BF, Drayton G, Bartholomew Fisher E, Lise W (2008).  Improved transmission representations in oligopolistic market models: Quadratic losses, phase shifters, and DC lines.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  23(3).
  • Lise W, Hobbs BF (2008).  Future evolution of the liberalised European gas market: Simulation results with a dynamic model.  Energy.  33(7).
  • Ruth M, Gabriel SA, Palmer KL, Burtraw D, Paul A, Chen Y, Hobbs BF, Irani D, Michael J, Ross KM, Conklin R, Miller J (2008).  Economic and energy impacts from participation in the regional greenhouse gas initiative: A case study of the State of Maryland.  Energy Policy.  36(6).
  • Lise W, Hobbs BF, van Oostvoorn F (2008).  Natural gas corridors between the EU and its main suppliers: Simulation results with the dynamic GASTALE model.  Energy Policy.  36(6).
  • Lise W, Hobbs BF, Hers S (2008).  Market power in the European electricity market-The impacts of dry weather and additional transmission capacity.  Energy Policy.  36(4).
  • Evans DA, Hobbs B, Oren C, Palmer KL (2008).  Modeling the effects of changes in new source review on national SO2 and NOx emissions from electricity-generating units..  Environmental science & technology.  42(2).  347-53.
  • Evans DA, Hobbs BF, Oren C, Palmer KL (2008).  Modeling the effects of changes in new source review on national SO 2 and NOx emissions from electricity-generating units.  Environmental Science and Technology.  42(2).
  • Chen Y, Burtraw D, Hobbs BF, Kim S, Palmer K, Paul A, Gabriel S (2007).  Analyzing the long-run impact of the regional greenhouse gas initiative on the maryland power sector: Oligopoly analysis.  2007 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, PES.
  • Rahimi F, Zhang M, Hobbs B (2007).  Competitive transmission path assessment for local market power mitigation.  2007 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, PES.
  • Bhavaraju MP, Hobbs B, Hu MC (2007).  PJM reliability pricing Model - A summary and dynamic analysis.  2007 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, PES.
  • Casey KE, Hobbs BF, Shirmohammadi D, Wolak FA (2007).  Benefit-cost analysis of large-scale transmission for renewable generation: Principles & California case study.  2007 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, PES.
  • Conejo AJ, Hobbs BF (2007).  Foreword: Special section on transmission investment, pricing, and construction.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  22(4).
  • Kim J, Hobbs BF, Koonce JF (2007).  Analysis of the sensitivity of decision analysis results to errors and simplifications in problem structure: Application to Lake Erie ecosystem management.  IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Part A:Systems and Humans.  37(4).
  • Hobbs BF, Hu MC, Iñón JG, Stoft SE, Bhavaraju MP (2007).  A dynamic analysis of a demand curve-based capacity market proposal: The PJM reliability pricing model.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  22(1).
  • Hobbs BF, Pang JS (2007).  Nash-Cournot equilibria in electric power markets with piecewise linear demand functions and joint constraints.  Operations Research.  55(1).
  • Hobbs BF, Bartholomew E, Chen Y, Drayton G, Lise W (2006).  Improved transmission representations in oligopolistic market models.  2006 IEEE PES Power Systems Conference and Exposition, PSCE 2006 - Proceedings.
  • Hobbs BF (2006).  What are the effects of changes in new source review programs upon power sector emissions and costs?.  2006 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, PES.
  • Awad M, Broad S, Casey KE, Chen J, Geevarghese AS, Miller JC, Perez AJ, Sheffrin AY, Zhang M, Toolson E, Drayton G, Rahimi AF, Hobbs BF, Wolak FA (2006).  The California ISO transmission economic assessment methodology (TEAM): Principles and application to path 26.  2006 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, PES.
  • Chen Y, Hobbs BF, Leyffer S, Munson TS (2006).  Leader-follower equilibria for electric power and NOx allowances markets.  Computational Management Science.  3(4).
  • Anderson RM, Hobbs BF, Koonce JF (2006).  Modeling effects of forest cover reduction on larval walleye survival in Lake Erie tributary spawning basins.  Ecosystems.  9(5).
  • Harrington JE, Hobbs BF, Pang JS, Liu A, Roch G (2005).  Collusive game solutions via optimization.  Mathematical Programming.  104(2-3).
  • Baldick R, Helman U, Hobbs BF, O'Neill RP (2005).  Design of efficient generation markets.  Proceedings of the IEEE.  93(11).
  • Hobbs BF, Inon JG, Hu MC, Stoft SE (2005).  Capacity markets: Review and a dynamic assessment of demand-curve approaches.  2005 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting.  1.
  • Hobbs BF, Rijkers FAM, Boots MG (2005).  The more cooperation, the more competition? A Cournot analysis of the benefits of electric market coupling.  Energy Journal.  26(4).
  • Taji K, Levy JK, Hartmann J, Bell ML, Anderson RM, Hobbs BF, Feglar T (2005).  Identifying potential repositories for radioactive waste: Multiple criteria decision analysis and critical infrastructure systems.  International Journal of Critical Infrastructures.  1(4).
  • O'Neill RP, Sotkiewicz PM, Hobbs BF, Rothkopf MH, Stewart WR (2005).  Efficient market-clearing prices in markets with nonconvexities.  European Journal of Operational Research.  164(1).
  • Neuhoff K, Barquin J, Boots MG, Ehrenmann A, Hobbs BF, Rijkers FAM, Vázquez M (2005).  Network-constrained Cournot models of liberalized electricity markets: The devil is in the details.  Energy Economics.  27(3).
  • Chen Y, Hobbs BF (2005).  An oligopolistic power market model with tradable NOx permits.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  20(1).
  • Bell ML, Hobbs BF, Ellis H (2005).  Metrics matter: Conflicting air quality rankings from different indices of air pollution.  Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association.  55(1).
  • Bell ML, Hobbs B, Ellis H (2005).  Metrics matter: conflicting air quality rankings from different indices of air pollution..  Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association (1995).  55(1).  97-106.
  • Hobbs BF (2004).  The integrated perspective on power market development: The issues are as important as ever, but who's responsible?.  2004 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting.  2.
  • Hobbs BF, Rijkers FAM, Wals AF (2004).  Modeling strategic generator behavior with conjectured transmission price responses in a mixed transmission pricing system: Formulation and application.  2004 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting.  1.
  • Boots MG, Rijkers FAM, Hobbs BF (2004).  Trading in the downstream European gas market: A successive oligopoly approach.  Energy Journal.  25(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Pang JS (2004).  Spatial oligopolistic equilibria with arbitrage, shared resources, and price function conjectures.  Mathematical Programming.  101(1).
  • Sheffrin AY, Chen J, Hobbs BF (2004).  Watching watt to prevent abuse of power.  IEEE Power and Energy Magazine.  2(4).
  • Hobbs BF, Rijkers FAM (2004).  Strategic generation with conjectured transmission price responses in a mixed transmission pricing system - Part I: Formulation.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  19(2).
  • Hobbs BF, Rijkers FAM, Wals AF (2004).  Strategic generation with conjectured transmission prince responses in a mixed transmission pricing system - Part II: Application.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  19(2).
  • Bell ML, Hobbs BF, Ellis H (2003).  The use of multi-criteria decision-making methods in the integrated assessment of climate change: Implications for IA practitioners.  Socio-Economic Planning Sciences.  37(4).
  • Kim J, Hobbs BF, Koonce JF (2003).  Response surface approximation in Bayesian decision analysis using a multidimensional cubic spline: Application to Lake Erie ecosystem management.  Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics.  5.
  • Kim JB, Hobbs BF, Koonce JF (2003).  Multicriteria Bayesian analysis of lower trophic level uncertainties and value of research in Lake Erie.  Human and Ecological Risk Assessment.  9(4).
  • Pang JS, Hobbs BF, Day CJ (2003).  Properties of oligopolistic market equilibria in linearized DC power networks with arbitrage and supply function conjectures.  IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology.  130.
  • Anderson RM, Hobbs BF (2002).  Using a Bayesian approach to quantify scale compatibility bias.  Management Science.  48(12).
  • O'Neill RP, Helman U, Hobbs BF, Stewart WR, Rothkopf MH (2002).  A joint energy and transmission rights auction: Proposal and properties.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  17(4).
  • Hobbs BF, Ludsin SA, Knight RL, Ryan PA, Biberhofer J, Ciborowski JJH (2002).  Fuzzy cognitive mapping as a tool to define management objectives for complex ecosystems.  Ecological Applications.  12(5).
  • O'Neill RP, Helman U, Hobbs BF, Stewart WR, Rothkopf MH (2002).  A joint energy and transmission rights auction for RTO markets.  IEE Conference Publication.  (488).
  • Day CJ, Hobbs BF, Pang JS (2002).  Oligopolistic competition in power networks: A conjectured supply function approach.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  17(3).
  • Choudhury S, Hobbs B, Lorie M, Flores N (2002).  A framework for evaluating digital library services.  D-Lib Magazine.  8(7-8).
  • McCusker SA, Hobbs BF, Ji Y (2002).  Distributed utility planning using probabilistic production costing and generalized benders decomposition.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  17(2).
  • McCusker SA, Hobbs BF, Ji Y (2002).  Distributed utility planning using probabilistic production costing and generalized benders decomposition.  Proceedings of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Transmission and Distribution Conference.  2.
  • Choudhury GS, Lorie M, Fitzpatrick E, Hobbs B, Chirikjian G, Okamura A, Flores NE (2001).  Comprehensive access to printed materials (CAPM).  Proceedings of First ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries.
  • Hobbs BF, Helman U, Pang JS (2001).  Equilibrium market power modeling for large scale power systems.  Proceedings of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Transmission and Distribution Conference.  1(SUMMER).
  • Linville CD, Hobbs BF, Venkatesh BN (2001).  Estimation of error and bias in Bayesian Monte Carlo decision analysis using the bootstrap.  Risk Analysis.  21(1).
  • Hobbs BF, Iñón J, Stoft SE (2001).  Installed capacity requirements and price caps: Oil on the water, or fuel on the fire?.  Electricity Journal.  14(6).
  • Hobbs BF (2001).  Linear complementarity models of nash-Cournot competition in bilateral and POOLCO power markets.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  16(2).
  • Anderson RM, Hobbs BF, Koonce JF, Locci AB (2001).  Using decision analysis to choose phosphorus targets for Lake Erie.  Environmental Management.  27(2).
  • Linville CD, Hobbs B, Venkatesh BN (2001).  Estimation of error and bias in Bayesian Monte Carlo decision analysis using the bootstrap..  Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis.  21(1).  63-74.
  • Anderson R, Hobbs B, Koonce JF, Locci AB (2001).  Using decision analysis to choose phosphorus targets for Lake Erie..  Environmental management.  27(2).  235-52.
  • Bell ML, Hobbs BF, Elliott EM, Ellis H, Robinson Z (2001).  An evaluation of multi-criteria methods in integrated assessment of climate policy.  Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis.  10(5).
  • Choudhury GS, Lorie M, Fitzpatrick E, Hobbs B, Chirikjian G, Okamura A, Flores NE (2001).  Comprehensive access to printed materials (CAPM).  Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Digital Libraries.
  • Hobbs BF, Rothkopf MH, Hyde LC, O'Neill RP (2000).  Evaluation of a Truthful Revelation Auction in the Context of Energy Markets with Nonconcave Benefits.  Journal of Regulatory Economics.  18(1).
  • Bloczynski JA, Bogart WT, Hobbs BF, Koonce JF (2000).  Irreversible investment in wetlands preservation: Optimal ecosystem restoration under uncertainty.  Environmental Management.  26(2).
  • Hobbs BF, Metzler CB, Pang JS (2000).  Strategic gaming analysis for electric power systems: An MPEC approach.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  15(2).
  • Hobbs BF (1999).  Analysis of the value for unit commitment of improved load forecasts.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  14(4).
  • Chao PT, Hobbs BF, Venkatesh BN (1999).  How climate uncertainty should be included in Great Lakes management: Modeling workshop results.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association.  35(6).
  • Hobbs BF, Ji Y (1999).  Stochastic programming-based bounding of expected production costs for multiarea electric power systems.  Operations Research.  47(6).
  • Berry CA, Hobbs BF, Meroney WA, O'Neill RP, Stewart WR (1999).  Understanding how market power can arise in network competition: A game theoretic approach.  Utilities Policy.  8(3).
  • Venkatesh BN, Hobbs BF (1999).  Analyzing investments for managing Lake Erie levels under climate change uncertainty.  Water Resources Research.  35(5).
  • Hobbs BF (1999).  Modeling strategic pricing in bilateral and POOLCO markets: A Nash-Cournot approach.  Proceedings of the American Power Conference.  61.
  • Hobbs BF (1999).  LCP models of Nash-Cournot competition in bilateral and POOLCO-based power markets.  IEEE Engineering Society, Winter Meeting.  1.
  • Hobbs BF, Helman U, Jitprapaikulsarn S, Sreenivas Konda, Maratukulam D (1998).  Artificial neural networks for short-term energy forecasting: Accuracy and economic value.  Neurocomputing.  23(1-3).
  • McCusker SA, Hobbs BF, Ji Y (1998).  Distributing resources and collecting benefits: Integrating local planning, production costing, and central resource evaluation.  American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Power Division (Publication) PWR.  33.
  • Ji Y, Hobbs BF (1998).  Including a dc network approximation in a multiarea probabilistic production costing model.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  13(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Jitprapaikulsarn S, Konda S, Maratukulam D (1998).  Artificial neural networks for short-term electric demand forecasting: Accuracy and economic value.  Proceedings of the American Power Conference.  1.
  • Ji Y, Hobbs BF (1997).  Including a DC network approximation in a multiarea probabilistic production costing model.  IEEE Power Engineering Review.  17(9).
  • Hobbs BF, Chao PT, Venkatesh BN (1997).  Using decision analysis to include climate change in water resources decision making.  Climatic Change.  37(1).
  • Beim GK, Hobbs BF (1997).  Event tree analysis of lock closure risks.  Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.  123(3).
  • Chao PT, Hobbs BF (1997).  Decision analysis of shoreline protection under climate change uncertainty.  Water Resources Research.  33(4).
  • Hobbs BF, Horn GTF (1997).  Building public confidence in energy planning: A multimethod MCDM approach to demand-side planning at BC gas.  Energy Policy.  25(3).
  • Hobbs BF (1997).  Bayesian methods for analysing climate change and water resource uncertainties.  Journal of Environmental Management.  49(1).
  • Hobbs BF, Ji Y, Chang CW, Loparo KA, Jober J, Ohman M (1996).  An improved sounding-based method for multiarea probabilistic production costing.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  11(2).
  • Hobbs BF, Horn GTF (1996).  Building public confidence in energy planning: a multimethod MCDM approach to demand management at BC gas.  International Symposium on Technology and Society.
  • Hobbs BF (1995).  Optimization methods for electric utility resource planning.  European Journal of Operational Research.  83(1).
  • Hobbs BF, Ji Y (1995).  Bounding approach to multiarea probabilistic production costing.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  10(2).
  • Leppitsch MJ, Hobbs BF (1995).  NOx dispatch as a compliance strategy: the effect of alternative regulations.  Proceedings of the American Power Conference.  57-2.
  • Hobbs BF, Centolella P (1995).  Environmental policies and their effects on utility planning and operations.  Energy.  20(4).
  • Hobbs BF, Chao PT, Nayal M, Bogart WT (1994).  Climate warming and Great Lakes management.  Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources, Proceedings of theConference.
  • Hobbs BF (1994).  Risk management strategies for natural, manmade, and technological hazards.  Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources, Proceedings of theConference.
  • Woo CK, Hobbs B, Orans R, Pupp R, Horii B (1994).  Emission costs, consumer bypass and efficient pricing of electricity.  Energy Journal.  15(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Wilson AF (1994).  Most value planning: Estimating the net benefits of electric utility resource plans.  Energy Sources.  16(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Honious JC (1994).  Estimating the flexibility of utility resource plans: An application to natural gas cofiring for SO2 control.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  9(1).
  • Huang W, Hobbs BF (1994).  Optimal SO2 compliance planning using probabilistic production costing and generalized benders decomposition.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  9(1).
  • Hobbs BF (1994).  What do SO2 emissions cost? Allowance prices and externality adders.  Journal of Energy Engineering.  120(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Meier PM (1994).  Multicriteria methods for resource planning: An experimental comparison.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  9(4).
  • Hobbs BF (1994).  Emission-cost trade-offs and rate feedback for electric utilities.  Journal of Energy Engineering.  120(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Gamponia V, Wilson AF (1994).  Optimal expansion of energy efficiency programs.  Resource and Energy Economics.  16(1).
  • Hobbs BF, Wilson AF (1993).  Applications of most value integrated resource planning.  Proceedings of the American Power Conference.  55(pt 1).
  • Hobbs BF, Rouse HB, Hoog DT (1993).  Measuring the economic value of demand-side and supply resources in integrated resource planning models.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  8(3).
  • Hobbs BF (1993).  Emissions dispatch under the underutilization provision of the 1990 U.S. clean air act amendments. Models and analysis.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  8(1).
  • Hoog DT, Hobbs BF (1993).  An Integrated Resource Planning model considering customer value, emissions, and regional economic impacts.  Energy.  18(11).
  • Hobbs BF, Chankong V, Hamadeh W, Stakhiv EZ (1992).  Does choice of multicriteria method matter? An experiment in water resources planning.  Water Resources Research.  28(7).
  • Hobbs BF, Nelson SK (1992).  A nonlinear bilevel model for analysis of electric utility demand-side planning issues.  Annals of Operations Research.  34(1).
  • Huang W, Hobbs BF (1992).  Estimation of marginal system costs and emissions of changes in generating unit characteristics.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  7(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Kelly KA (1992).  Using game theory to analyze electric transmission pricing policies in the United States.  European Journal of Operational Research.  56(2).
  • Nelson SK, Hobbs BF (1992).  Screening Demand-Side Management Programs with a Value-Based Test.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  7(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Honious JC, Bluestein J (1992).  What's flexibility worth? The enticing case of natural gas cofiring.  The Electricity Journal.  5(2).
  • Heslin JS, Hobbs BF (1991).  A probabilistic production costing analysis of SO2 emissions reduction strategies for Ohio: Emissions, cost, and employment tradeoffs.  Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association.  41(7).
  • Hobbs BF, Heslin JS, Huang W (1991).  Screening emissions control measures.  Energy in the 90's.
  • Hobbs BF, Maheshwari P (1990).  A decision analysis of the effect of uncertainty upon electric utility planning.  Energy.  15(9).
  • Heslin JS, Hobbs BF (1990).  Application of a multiobjective electric power production costing model to the U.S. acid rain problem.  Engineering Costs and Production Economics.  20(2).
  • Heslin JS, Hobbs BF (1990).  Economic analysis of oil and gas brine regulations.  Journal of Energy Engineering.  116(1).
  • Hobbs BF, Beim GK (1989).  Integrated water supply system evaluation. Two methodologies.  Reliability Analysis of Water Distribution Systems. Part 1: State-of-the-Art.
  • Hobbs BF (1989).  Overview of integrated water supply system availability.  Reliability Analysis of Water Distribution Systems. Part 1: State-of-the-Art.
  • Heslin JS, Hobbs BF (1989).  Multiobjective production costing model for analyzing emissions dispatching and fuel switching.  IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.  4(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Luo Y, Maciejowski ME, Chester CV (1989).  Water supply impacts of nuclear fall.  Water Resources Bulletin.  25(1).
  • Hobbs BF, Nelson SK (1989).  Assessing conservation payments: Least-cost, least-rates, or most-value?.  The Electricity Journal.  2(6).
  • Hobbs BF, Hepenstal A (1989).  Is optimization optimistically biased?.  Water Resources Research.  25(2).
  • Hobbs BF, Stakhiv EZ, Grayman WM (1989).  Impact evaluation procedures: Theory, practice, and needs.  Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.  115(1).
  • Hobbs BF (1989).  The generalized "most-value" criterion: "Least-cost" is still not "most-value".  The Electricity Journal.  2(10).
  • Duckstein L, Tecle A, Nachnebel HP, Hobbs BF (1989).  Multicriterion analysis of hydropower operation.  Journal of Energy Engineering.  115(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Beim GK (1988).  Analytical simulation of water system capacity reliability. 1. Modified frequency-duration analysis.  Water Resources Research.  24(9).
  • Beim GK, Hobbs BF (1988).  Analytical simulation of water system capacity reliability. 2. A Markov chain approach and verification of the models.  Water Resources Research.  24(9).
  • Hobbs BF, Von Patterson C, Maciejowski ME, Haimes YY (1988).  Risk analysis of aquifer contamination by brine.  Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.  114(6).
  • Beim GK, Hobbs BF (1988).  Analytical simulation of water system capacity reliability. 2. A Markov chain approach and verification of the models..  WATER RESOUR. RES..  24(9 , Sep. 1988, p.1445-1458.).
  • Hobbs BF, Beim GK (1988).  Analytical simulation of water system capacity reliability. 1. Modified frequency-duration analysis..  WATER RESOUR. RES..  24(9 , Sep. 1988, p.1431-1444.).
  • Gordon S, Hobbs BF (1987).  ANALYTICAL SIMULATION OF BULK WATER SUPPLY NETWORK RELIABILITY..
  • Hobbs BF, Schulert RE (1986).  Deregulating the distribution of electricity: price and welfare consequences of spatial oligopoly with uniform delivered prices..  Journal of Regional Science.  26(2).
  • Hobbs BF (1986).  NETWORK MODELS OF SPATIAL OLIGOPOLY WITH AN APPLICATION TO DEREGULATION OF ELECTRICITY GENERATION..  Operations Research.  34(3).
  • Hobbs BF (1986).  WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM EXPERIMENTS IN MULTIOBJECTIVE DECISION ANALYSIS?.  IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics.  SMC-16(3).
  • Hobbs BF, Stakhiv EZ (1986).  TALLYING WATER RESOURCES GOALS..  Civil engineering New York, N.Y..  56(4).
  • Hobbs BF, Beim GK (1986).  VERIFICATION OF A SUPPLY RELIABILITY MODEL..
  • Hobbs BF, Schuler RE (1985).  An assessment of the deregulation of electric power generation using network models of imperfect spatial markets.  Papers of the Regional Science Association.  57(1).
  • Hobbs BF (1985).  RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF WATER SYSTEM CAPACITY..
  • Hobbs BF (1985).  Choosing how to choose: Comparing amalgamation methods for environmental impact assessment.  Environmental Impact Assessment Review.  5(4).
  • Hobbs BF, Stakhiv EZ (1985).  QUANTIFYING SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVES..
  • Hobbs BF (1985).  RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF URBAN WATER SUPPLY..
  • Hobbs BF, Schuler RE (1984).  SPATIAL COMPETITION AMONG DEREGULATED ELECTRICITY PRODUCERS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES..  Modeling and Simulation, Proceedings of the Annual Pittsburgh Conference.
  • Hobbs BF (1984).  Water supply for power in Texas-Gulf region.  Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.  110(4).
  • Hobbs BF (1984).  Multiobjective approaches to river basin planning.  Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.  110(1).
  • Hobbs BF (1980).  Multiobjective power plant siting methods.  ASCE PROC..  106(EY2).
  • Hobbs BF (1980).  Multiobjective power plant siting methods..  Journal of the Energy Division, ASCE.  106(EY2, Proc. Paper, 15745).
  • Hobbs BF (1980).  A COMPARISON OF WEIGHTING METHODS IN POWER PLANT SITING.  Decision Sciences.  11(4).
  • Hobbs BF, Meier PM (1979).  ANALYSIS OF WATER RESOURCES CONSTRAINTS ON POWER PLANT SITING IN THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES..  Water Resources Bulletin.  15(6).
Book Chapters
  • Yao J, Oren SS, Hobbs BF (2010).  Hybrid Bertrand-Cournot Models of Electricity Markets with Multiple Strategic Subnetworks and Common Knowledge Constraints.  Restructured Electric Power Systems: Analysis of Electricity Markets with Equilibrium Models.
  • Awad ML, Casey KE, Geevarghese AS, Miller JC, Rahimi AF, Sheffrin AY, Zhang M, Toolson E, Drayton G, Hobbs BF, Wolak FA (2010).  Using Market Simulations for Economic Assessment of Transmission Upgrades: Application of the California ISO Approach.  Restructured Electric Power Systems: Analysis of Electricity Markets with Equilibrium Models.
  • Mookherjee R, Hobbs BF, Friesz TL, Rigdon MA (2009).  Dynamic Oligopolistic Competition in an Electric Power Network and Impacts of Infrastructure Disruptions.  Economic Market Design and Planning for Electric Power Systems.
  • Helman U, Hobbs BF, O'Neill RP (2008).  The Design of US Wholesale Energy and Ancillary Service Auction Markets. Theory and Practice..  Competitive Electricity Markets.
  • O'Neill R, Helman U, Hobbs BF, Baldick R (2006).  Independent System Operators in The USA. History, Lessons Learned, and Prospects.  Electricity Market Reform.
Conference Proceedings
  • Hobbs B, Kasina S, Xu Q, Park SW, Ouyang J, Ho JL, Donohoo-Vallett PE (2016).  What is the Benefit of Including Uncertainty in Transmission Planning? A WECC Case Study.  System Sciences (HICSS), 2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on.  2364-2371.
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