Cameron Lisy

Ph.D. Student

Cameron Lisy is a Ph.D. student in the Operations Research Program at NC State University.

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Research Interests

According to the intergovernmental panel on climate change, we must limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius to avoid the worst effects of anthropogenic warming. In order to meet this requirement, an objective for net-zero emissions by 2050 has been set for all developed economies, including the U.S. Cameron’s research focuses on modeling the energy systems that much be transitioned in order to meet this ambitious target.

As part of the Kern Group at NC State, He studies how to maintain a resilient, economical electrical grid as renewables take up an ever-larger share of generation capacity and extreme weather events become more frequent across the U.S. and the world more broadly. For more information on his work, please reach out via email, at and visit Kern Group.


Dr. Jordan Kern


Expected GraduationSpring 2025
MSIEMaster of Science in Industrial EngineeringNC State University2022
BSIEBachelor of Science in Industrial EngineeringNC State University2016
Cameron Lisy