Dennice F. Gayme

Leadership Council, Carol Croft Linde Faculty Scholar

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Dennice F. Gayme is a  professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Carol Croft Linde Faculty Scholar. Her research focuses on modeling, analysis, and control for spatially distributed and large-scale networked systems.

Gayme’s lab utilizes computational and theoretical methods from applied mathematics, dynamics, controls, optimization, and fluid mechanics. Current applications of her work include wall-bounded turbulent flows, electric power grids, and vehicular networks. She also models turbulence in wind farms and methods for integrating renewable energy sources onto the grid.

Gayme serves as an associate editor for the journal Operations Research.  She is a senior member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), and member of a variety of technical organizations, including the American Physical Society (APS), the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). She is also the faculty representative for the Johns Hopkins undergraduate chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).


Wind Power’s Smooth Operators, JH Engineering magazine

Advanced Computing Center Boosts Research at Johns Hopkins, JHU Hub

Powering the Grid, JH Engineering magazine

New Project will Lay Groundwork for Open Access to Massive Windfarm Simulations, The Hub

ROSEI Affiliated Researcher Q&A: Dennice Gayme, ROSEI Website