The Illinois Archive contains publications up to 2012
Selected references:
Power Systems

See also the 2013 INI tutorial, Control of the Grid in 2020, and How Economics Can Help Us, and the 2015 National Academies tutorial
 Ancillary Service to the Grid from Deferrable Loads
 Demand Dispatch with Heterogeneous Intelligent Loads
 Smart Fridge / Dumb Grid?
 State Estimation for the Individual and the Population in Mean Field Control with Application to Demand Dispatch
 Individual Risk in Mean Field models
Popular articles
 Regaining Control in our Electric Grid
 Could one million smart pool pumps ‘store’ renewable energy better than giant batteries?
 Energy storage: Power revolution – Peter Fairley. Nature, 2015
 Mathematical Sciences Research Challenges for the NextGeneration Electric Grid (see also video from 2015 NAS meeting, which includes survey of UF/Inria research).
 Math Model Explains High Prices in Electricity Markets – Sara Robinson (survey of Cho & Meyn)
Detection and Estimation
Stochastic Control and Applications
 Control Techniques for Complex Networks
 Differential TD learning for value function approximation
 ODE Methods For MDPs and Application to KullbackLeibler Control Cost
 Feature Selection for NeuroDynamic Programming
 Qlearning and Pontryagin’s Minimum Principle
 Approximate Dynamic Programming using Fluid and Diffusion Approximations with Applications to Power Management
Mathematical foundations
 Markov Chains and Stochastic Stability
 Ergodic Theory for Controlled Markov Chains with Stationary Inputs
 On the fNorm Ergodicity of Markov Processes in Continuous Time
 On the Efficiency of Equilibria in Meanfield Oscillator Games
 Large deviation asymptotics for busy periods (sequel to Most likely paths to error when estimating the mean of a reflected random walk)
 Approximating a diffusion by a Hidden Markov Model