Difference between revisions of "A Resilient Real-Time System for a Secure and Reconfigurable Power Grid"

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* October 1, 2007: DOE funded UT $120K to support graduate students for Electric Grid Analysis using Distributed State Estimation Techniques and Control Based Approaches.
 
* October 1, 2007: DOE funded UT $120K to support graduate students for Electric Grid Analysis using Distributed State Estimation Techniques and Control Based Approaches.
 
* September 1, 2007: NSF CTT project kick off.
 
* September 1, 2007: NSF CTT project kick off.
* July 25-26, 2007: [http://panda.ece.utk.edu/twiki/bin/view/PowerGrid Workshop on Advanced Approaches to a Resilient and Reconfigurable Power Grid] was held at UT, Knoxville.
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* July 25-26, 2007: [http://panda.ece.utk.edu/twiki/bin/view/PowerGrid Workshop on Advanced Approaches to a Resilient and Reconfigurable Power Grid] (internal link) was held at UT, Knoxville.
  
 
== Collaborators ==
 
== Collaborators ==
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== Students ==
 
== Students ==
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* Yang Bai (Ph.D./UT) - distributed state estimation
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* Neeharika Jarajapu (M.S./UT) - control-theoretic approaches
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* Arun Nagari (M.S./UT) - hardware-accelerated contingency analysis platform
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* Ben Thompson (UG/UT) - hardware-accelerated contingency analysis platform
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* Balaguer (MSU) - control and coordination of DGs in microgrids
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* Lei (MSU) - microgrid transits (voltage and frequency changes during grid outage
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* Irvin (MSU) - islanding and anti-islanding
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==

Revision as of 15:11, 22 January 2008

Project Summary

Energy infrastructure is a critical underpinning of modern society that any compromise or sabotage of its secure and reliable operation will have a prominent impact on people's daily lives and the national economy. This project develops a hardware-in-the-loop reconfigurable system with embedded intelligence and resilient coordination schemes that would tackle the vulnerabilities of the power grid.

News

Collaborators

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Students

  • Yang Bai (Ph.D./UT) - distributed state estimation
  • Neeharika Jarajapu (M.S./UT) - control-theoretic approaches
  • Arun Nagari (M.S./UT) - hardware-accelerated contingency analysis platform
  • Ben Thompson (UG/UT) - hardware-accelerated contingency analysis platform
  • Balaguer (MSU) - control and coordination of DGs in microgrids
  • Lei (MSU) - microgrid transits (voltage and frequency changes during grid outage
  • Irvin (MSU) - islanding and anti-islanding

Publications

Sponsors

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