Session K1

Keynote Speech and IEEE SmartGridComm TC Award Presentation: Frontiers in Smart Grid Data Availability: From Synchro-Phasors to Synchro-Waveforms

Conference
9:30 AM — 10:30 AM +08
Local
Oct 25 Tue, 9:30 PM — 10:30 PM EDT

Keynote Speech and IEEE SmartGridComm TC Award Presentation: Frontiers in Smart Grid Data Availability: From Synchro-Phasors to Synchro-Waveforms

Prof. Hamed Mohsenian-Rad, University of California, Riverside, CA, USA

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Electric power systems have taken drastic advances in deployment of new sensor technologies and communications infrastructure to support opportunities for new data availability in the field of smart grids. New measurement devices are developed and installed at scales in forms of advanced metering infrastructure, distributed energy resources monitoring systems, and high-resolution time-synchronized wide-area monitoring systems. These new technologies are generating immense volume of energy data. In this talk, we will explore the frontiers in smart grid data availability, with emphasize on synchronized phasor measurements (fundamental and harmonics) and synchronized waveform measurements. Real-world field data, data analytics, and innovative use cases will be discussed. Events and event-based situational awareness will be presented to translate the data into actionable information, under passive and active sensing scenarios. Example application opportunities will be explored in asset monitoring, analysis of system dynamics and oscillations, and monitoring incipient failures and extreme events.

Session Chair and Room

Sumei Sun (Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore) — Room LT2

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Session K2

Keynote Speech: How Open Source is Going to Facilitate the Energy Transformation

Conference
2:00 PM — 3:00 PM +08
Local
Oct 26 Wed, 2:00 AM — 3:00 AM EDT

Keynote Speech: How Open Source is Going to Facilitate the Energy Transformation

Prof. Antonello Monti, RWTH Aachen University

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Open source is a reality in many sectors but not so strongly present in energy systems. Critical infrastructures have been in the past considering the open source approach as not reliable. Governance of open source communities is changing this perception and opening the way for completely new paths. Open source may speed up the process of digitalization facilitating at the same time the energy transition. The talk will report about concrete experiences in this field discussing both technical and structural aspects of the open source approach in energy. Exemplary organisational structures such as Linux Foundation Energy and CRESYM will be used to show new models of cooperation that are speeding up processes in the energy system.

Session Chair and Room

Vincent W.S. Wong (University of British Columbia, Canada) — Room LT2

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