David Slutzky

Research Associate Professor: Science, Technology & Society

David Slutzky
David Slutzky serves as a Research Associate Professor on the faculty of the Science, Technology and Society Program at the University of Virginia’s School of Engineering & Applied Sciences (SEAS). His primary areas of research include the understanding the intersection between electric vehicles and the electric power grid, the intersection between environmental regulations and the real estate industry, as well as the philosophical underpinnings of the ongoing disruption of the long-term integrity of our biosphere. With respect to his teaching role at the University, Prof. Slutzky brings a wealth of experience in entrepreneurship and business, as well as public policy experience at the national and the local level.


email: slutzky (at) virginia.edu
phone: 434-989-5888
office: B206 Thornton Hall


J.D., Program in Environmental and Energy Law, Chicago-Kent College of Law, 1995
Graduate Coursework, Political Science, University of Chicago, 1977 – 1983
B.A. Political Science, University of Chicago, 1977

Research Areas

Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technologies, Electric Vehicles, Ancillary Markets of the Electric Power Grid, Land Use Policy, The Role of Stream Restoration Practices in Nutrient Credit Markets, Brownfield Redevelopment

Awards and Distinctions

Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist, Inc. Magazine and Ernst and Young, Chicago, 1991
Awarded designation of Faculty Fellow, School of Mortgage Banking, Mortgage Bankers Association of America, Washington, DC 1991

Recent Courses

STS 2500: Technology and Policy: Where Intent Meets Process

Selected Publications

“Modeling and Simulation of Fleet Vehicle Batteries for Integrated Logistics and Grid Services”, with J.H Lambert and others, in Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), 2015

“Brownfields Uncertainty: A Proposal to Reform Superfund”, with A.J. Frey, in Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, Volume 12, Number 3, November 2010