- Ph.D., Iowa State University, 1979
- M.S.I.E., Iowa State University, 1976
- B.S.E.E., Iowa State University, 1972
- Electricity market
- Modeling and analysis of smart grid
- Systems engineering and risk analysis
Dr. Choobineh is professor of Electrical Engineering and Blackman Distinguished Professor of Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he also holds a courtesy appointment as a professor of management. His current research interests include electricity market and smart grid modeling and analysis.
Prior to joining the EE department, he was an IMSE faculty member at UNL. His research has been funded by NSF and industry. He is a recipient of the Nebraska Legislator Award for Distinguished Teaching in the College of Engineering. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers and a member of IEEE. He is a recipient of the Joseph K. Walkup Prominence in Industrial Engineering Award from Iowa State University.
Dr. Choobineh is a registered Professional Engineer in Nebraska and serves on the state Board of Engineers and Architects.
- National Science Foundation, Nebraska 2010-15 RII Project: Nanohybrid Materials & Algal Biology, Nebraska EPSCoR RII Grant-Track 1, $20M, 2010-15 (PD)
- National Science Foundation, Collaborative Research: Cyberinfrastructure-enabled Computational Nanoscience for Energy Technologies, Nebraska EPSCoR RII Grant-Track 2 with Puerto Rico, 2010-2013, $6M, 2010-13 (PD)
- National Science Foundation, Nebraska cyber infrastructure Improvement RII Track C2, $1,170,000, 2010-12 (PD)