Jacques de Chalendar is a Visting Scholar and an Adjunct Lecturer in the Energy Resources Engineering department at Stanford University. He was previously a doctoral candidate in the same department, advised by Profs. Sally Benson and Peter Glynn. He is also an Ingénieur Polytechnicien from the French Ecole Polytechnique (X2011).
His research focuses on building state-of-the-art computational tools for energy and carbon management problems. Two currently active projects include (1) building tools to track emissions in the US power system and (2) experimenting with building HVAC systems on the Stanford campus in the context of the COOLER Research Program. COOLER’s goal is to make large, modern buildings more energy-efficient, low carbon and resilient using data, optimization, and control.
PhD in Energy Resources Engineering, 2020
MSc in Energy Resources Engineering, 2016
BSc and MSc in Engineering, 2014