1101 Monroe Dr. Apt C

Boulder, CO 80303

(703) 217-7434

richard.moutoux@colorado.edu

 
Richard D. Moutoux

 

 

 

 

EDUCATION:

 

MS Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder

     -Thesis: “Wind Integrated Compressed Air Energy Storage in Colorado”

     -Specialization in Power Engineering for Renewable Energy Systems

     -GPA: 3.97/4.0, expected graduation December 2007

     -Courses include Energy Conversion, Power Quality, Power Electronics, Wind Energy

MS Systems Engineering, University of Virginia, August 2004 (GPA 3.55/4.0)

     -Thesis: “Risk-Based Management of Hurricane Preparedness for a Highway Agency”

BS Systems Engineering, University of Virginia, May 1999 (GPA 3.3/4.0; Major 3.7/4.0)

 

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:

 

University of Colorado at Boulder                                                    August 2005 – Present

 

Research Assistant in Energy Storage:

     -Investigating various technologies for storing electrical energy

     -Particular interest in integrating energy storage technologies with renewable energy

     -Lead investigator on project to integrate wind with Compressed Air Energy Storage

     -Support for project examining potential pumped hydro energy storage in Colorado

2007 IEEE International Future Energy Challenge (IFEC):

     -Team developed a motor/generator to function as starter and alternator in hybrid car

     -Won the “Outstanding Educational Achievement” Award at competition finals

 

Booz Allen Hamilton                     December 2001 – February 2005, Summers 1998, 1999

 

Technical Consultant for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA):

     -Served as a consultant on various microsensor, RF, Radar, and Chem/Bio programs

     -Conducted field tests and analyzed test results for various radar projects

     -Developed test reports and briefings for clients

     -Managed the implementation of sensors in the field

     -Oversaw the efforts of other contractors

     -Significant client interaction

 

University of Virginia                                                             September 1999 – May 2001

 

Research Assistant – Center for Risk Management of Engineering Systems:

     -Worked on hurricane recovery project for the Virginia Department of Transportation

     -Developed a methodology for prioritizing highway recovery following a disaster

     -Implemented this technology for the Hampton Roads district of VDOT

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS, HONORS, AND ACTIVITIES:

 

-Head Coach, University of Colorado Club Wrestling Team, 2005-2007

-Association of Old Crows (Electronic Warfare and Information Operations Association)

-Ballston Toastmasters (club sponsored by Toastmasters International)

-Omega Rho Honor Society (Systems Engineering honor society)

-Atlantic Coast Conference Honor Roll (all four years of wrestling at U. of Virginia)

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Moutoux, R. 2007.  Wind Integrated Compressed Air Energy Storage in Colorado.  Master’s thesis, University of Colorado at Boulder.  Publication pending. 

Barnes, F., M. Gupta, G. Martin, and R. Moutoux. 2007.  A Joint Design Project between Students at CU-Boulder and IIT-Delhi.  Presented at FIE in October 2007.

Moutoux, R. and F. Barnes. 2007.  Wind Integrated Compressed Air Energy Storage – Case Study in Colorado.  Presented at EESAT in September 2007. 

Martin, G., R. Moutoux, M. Myat, R. Tan, G. Sanders, and F. Barnes. 2007.  Integrated Starter-Alternator System Based on a Pole-Changing Induction Machine.  Presented at VPPC in September 2007. 

Moutoux, R. 2004.  Risk-Based Management of Hurricane Preparedness for a Highway Agency.  Master’s thesis, University of Virginia. 

Cole, A., R. Moutoux, T. Riley, and J. Terrell 1999.  Applications for High Temperature Super-Conducting Filters.  Presented at MILCOM in October 1999. 

Moutoux, R. 1999.  Creating an Optimal Prioritization Plan for the Post-Hurricane Recovery of the Highways in the Suffolk District of Virginia.  Undergraduate thesis, University of Virginia.