Hung D. Nguyen received his B.E. degree in electrical engineering from Hanoi University of Technology, Vietnam, and an M.S. degree with honors in electrical engineering from Seoul National University, Korea. He is pursuing a Ph.D. degree in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with his advisor Konstantin Turitsyn. His current research interests include renewables integration, power system operation and control; the nonlinearity, dynamics, and stability of large scale power systems; Dynamic Security Assessment/Energy Management System; and smart grids. He has 17 pulished papers and multiple awards and fellowships. He is working on several joined projects supported by DOE and in collaboration with ISO New England and LANL. With Konstantin Turitsyn, he developed PowerWolf, one of the first powerful power system analysis software packages in Mathematica. He is currently running Electricity Student Research Group (ESRG) at MIT for graduate students studying electric power systems.