Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame



Jeffrey Kantor

Office:  176 Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering

Phone:  574-631-5797


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Current Position
Professor, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
M.A., Chemical Engineering,  Princeton University
B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota

Research Interests
Dr. Kantor is interested in the analysis and optimization of integrated financial and process operations using methods of stochastic control, convex optimization, and quantitative finance.

Key Words
Economy, Energy Conversion Networks, Utility

Relevant Energy Publications

  1. J Kantor, P Mousaw, “A class of bilinear models for the optimization of energy conversion networks”, Chemical Engineering Science, 67 (1), 131-138.
  2. J Kantor, F Fan, and F Garcia, "Hedging Commodity Processes: Problems at the Intersection of Control, Operations, and Finance. Chemical Process Control (CPC) VIII, (2011).
  3. J Kantor, P Mousaw, "Calibrating Energy Conversion Networks for utility optimization and risk management”, American Control Conference (ACC), 2011, 2689-2694.