Bruce Krogh-Carnegie Mellon University Africa - Carnegie Mellon University

Bruce Krogh

Director, Carnegie Mellon University Africa in Rwanda, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Carnegie Mellon University
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Phone: +250 784 840 855


Bruce Krogh has contributed for over thirty years to the theory and application of embedded control systems in a number of areas, including power systems, robotics, manufacturing systems, automobiles and aircraft.  At Westinghouse Corporation he developed control software for electric utility energy control centers. He joined Carnegie Mellon University in 1983. He served on editorial boards of several journals and was founding Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology.  He is a Fellow of the Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and a Distinguished Member of the IEEE Control Systems Society.  His current research interests include distributed control strategies for the smart grid.


BSc, Mathematics and Physics, Wheaton College
MSc, Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois
PhD, Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois

Selected Publications

  • A. Rajhans, A. Bhave, I. Ruchkin, B.H. Krogh, D. Garlan, A. Platzer, B. Schmerl, Supporting heterogeneity in cyber-physical systems architectures, IEEE Trans. Automatic Control, vol.59, no.12, pp.3178--3193, Dec. 2014.
  • N. Arechiga, J. Kapinski, J. V. Deshmukhb, A. Platzer, and B. Krogh, "Numerically-aided Deductive Safety Proof for a Powertrain Control System," 8th International Workshop on Numerical Software Verification, Seattle, WA, April 2015.
  • J. Thornburg and B.H. Krogh, Simulating Energy Management Strategies for Microgrids with Smart Meter Demand Management, IEEE PES PowerAfrica 2017, Accra, Ghana, June 2017.