INVITED SPEAKERS

EMN Meeting on Smart Grid Technology

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Workshop:
  • Control simulation and decision making technology
  • Information and communication technology
  • Intelligent power network transmission technology
  • Power electronic technology
  • Smart power utilization technology
  • Sensing and measurement technology
  • Superconducting technology
  • The large-scale new energy power generation and grid technology
  • The technology of intelligent distribution network
  • General

 

Invited Speakers:
  • Bishnu P. Bhattarai, Idaho National Laboratory, USA
    Power and Communication Cosimulation for Coordinated Control of various demand response techniques in microgrid
  • Long Cheng, Kiwii Power Technology Corporation, USA
    Challenges and Opportunities of Big Data in Power Quality Analysis for the Smart Grid
  • Ji-Hyuk Choi, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources, Korea
    Activated carbon derived from renewable biomass as a high performance electrode for electrochemical supercapacitor
  • Stephan Cejka, Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Oesterreich, Austria
    Smart Grid Applications in Intelligent Secondary Substations
  • Sayonsom Chanda, Idaho National Laboratory, USA
    Advances in understanding and quantifying resilience of power distribution systems
  • Kwok W. Cheung, GE Grid Solutions, USA
    New Technologies and Applications for Managing a Modern Electrical Grid
  • Khosrow Ebrahimi, Villanova University, USA
    Data Center Waste Energy Recovery and Its Application in Developing Smart Grid Systems
  • Evgueniy Entchev, University of Waterloo, Canada
    Smart Energy Networks – Intelligent Management of Energy Generation, Distribution and Utilization
  • Alireza Ghasempour, Utah State University, USA
    Designing and Optimizing the Architecture of Advanced Metering Infrastructure in Smart Grid
  • Rahul Gore, ABB Corporate Research Center, India
    Precise Times of Smart Grid: A Role of Synchronization in the Smart Grid
  • Poria Hasanpor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
    Improving the hosting capacity of distribution grids for rooftop PVs
  • Ismail Hind, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco
    Distributed Networks as a Key to improve Smart Grid Technologies
  • Qi Huang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
    Energy blockchain
  • Chowdhury Sajadul Islam, Uttara University, Bangladesh
    A Novel Idea of Reliable and Authentic Security Issues of Smart Grid
  • Saher Javaid, Kyoto University, Japan
    Internet of Energy as Energy on Demand System
  • Kamel Jemaï, High Institute of Applied Sciences And Technology, Tunisia
    New Intelligent Control and Optimisation Strategies of Smart Grids
  • Yuichi Kado, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan
    Triple-Active Bridge Converter for Smart DC Grid
  • Aniruddh Mali, iCreate, Ahmedabad, India
    IoT enabled EPICS based control and monitoring software platform for energy efficient Industrial Infrastructure
  • Jesús Mina, National Institute of Technology of Mexico, Mexico
    Experiences on the Analysis of Requirements of Distributed Energy Resources and their Control for Energy Management Purposes in Microgrids
  • Sophie Nemoz, University of Burgundy, France
    What place for heterogeneous ingenuity in smart territories?
  • Ha Huy Cuong Nguyen, Quangnam University, Viet Nam
    A new technical of resource allocation for environment Cloud Computing
  • Abhineet H Parchure, Dominion Voltage, Inc., USA
    Detailed & Accurate Distribution Secondary Modeling, and AMI based Volt-VAR Control under Variable PV Penetration Levels and Cloud Induced Voltage Volatility
  • Damian Sal y Rosas, Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería, Perú
    Multi-port Single Stage Series-Resonant DC/AC converter to Smart Grid Applications
  • Kumars Rouzbehi, Technical University of Catalonia, Spain
    Multi-terminal HVDC Grids: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Christiane B. Santos, Instituto Federal de Goiás, Brazil
    Modeling and Analysis of PLC Channel Performance with External Interference at Outdoor and Indoor Environments in Brazil
  • Ganesh Sauba, DNVGL Strategic Research & Innovation Group, The Netherlands
    Decision Support and Forecasting Tool for Smart Microgrids
  • Layth Sliman, EFREI, France
    Blockchain Utilization for Crowd Energy
  • Hisayoshi Sugiyama, Osaka City University, Japan
    Localized Pulsed Power Network for Distributed Generations and Consumers
  • Petre Teodosescu, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romana
    Concept and particularities of a DC-microgrid used for a residential house
  • Taha Selim Ustun, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
    Innovative approaches to increasing renewable energy penetration in Smartgrids