Khai Dang Le received his Baccalaureat degree in Mathematics from Lycee Marie Curie, Saigon, Vietnam; B.S.E.E. from Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California; and M.S. in Power Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). Mr. Khai is a Consulting Engineer at ABB Power T&D in Raleigh, North Carolina. For the past 19 years, he has worked closely with major electric utilities in North America, Europe, and Asia to implement operational-planning and post-analysis software. Mr. Le joined Westinghouse in 1978, where he contributed significantly to the development and implementation of resource-scheduling software, Wescouger, widely used around the world. Mr. Le has conducted over 120 short courses on operational planning, emission dispatch, transaction pricing, real-time pricing, and open transmission access. He has authored over 100 technical papers and articles. Three of his papers received prize awards. A paper that he wrote with Southern Company on post analysis received second prize in the Edelman Competition for the "Best Operation-Research Project". Mr. Le is an IEEE Fellow, a member of CIGRE, and a Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania. He currently chairs the IEEE Emission Task Force, the IEEE MegaNOPR Task Force, and the IEEE Awards Committee in North Carolina. As Chairman of the IEEE MegaNOPR Task Force, he guides utilities, vendors, consultants in developing new software, operating procedures, and data requirements to meet the new FERC open-transmission access requirements. He is an advisor to VACETS since 1995.

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