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Thordur Runolfsson received the Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Wisconsin in 1983 and Ph.D. in EE-Systems from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1988. He was a tenure track faculty (Assistant and Associate Professor) in Electrical and Computer Engineering at The Johns Hopkins University from 1989-1997, was a Research Professor at the University of Iceland, worked in the energy industry in Iceland from 1998-2000, was on the staff at UTRC in Connecticut from 2001-2003, and has been Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Oklahoma since 2003. His research interests include systems and control, complex dynamical systems, uncertainty analysis, modeling and simulation, and power systems and energy efficiency. In the past several years Dr. Runolfsson has participated extensively in industrial projects in renewable energy sources, including cogeneration in geothermal power plants, model based design of fuel cell power plants, and control and operation of CHP systems.