Dr. Caleb Phillips is a data scientist with the Computational Science Center at NREL. Caleb comes from a background in computer science systems, applied statistics, computational modeling, and optimization. Dr. Phillips' dissertation at the University of Colorado applied geostatistical mapping techniques to the problem of large area coverage mapping for wireless networks. He has also done work in sustainability science (food systems), medical research (orthopedics and wilderness medicine), human computer interaction (power control), and artificial intelligence (assistance systems).
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Colorado
M.S., Computer Science, University of Colorado
B.S., Computer Science, Portland State University
A.S., Computer Science, Portland Community College
Prediction and Characterization of Application Power Use in a High-Performance Computing Environment, Statistical Analysis and Data Mining: The ASA Data Science Journal (2017)
Using GIS-Based Methods and Lidar Data to Estimate Rooftop Solar Technical Potential in U.S. Cities, Environmental Research Letters (2017)
Guided Search for Organic Photovoltaic Materials Using Predictive Data Modeling, Conference on Data Analysis (2016)
The Development of Vocational Vehicle Drive Cycles and Segmentation, NREL Technical Report (2016)
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