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Past Seminars


Thursday  Apr. 12, 2018
Information Geometry for Parameter Estimation in Large Energy Systems
Aleksandar M. Stankovic
Professor
Tufts University


Thursday  Apr. 05, 2018
Optimizing the Participation of Distributed Energy Resources in Inertial and Primary-frequency Response
Sairaj Dhople
Assistant Professor
University of Minnesota


Thursday  Mar. 29, 2018
Three Snippets of Taming the Nonconvex: QCQP, MIP, and MSIP
Andy Sun
Assistant Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology


Thursday  Mar. 22, 2018
100% Clean Energy for All... Using Loads
Sila Kiliccote
Managing Director
Stanford University


Friday  Mar. 16, 2018
Convex Relaxations of AC Optimal Power Flow under Uncertainty
Andreas Venzke
PhD Student
Argonne National Laboratory


Thursday  Mar. 15, 2018
New findings on variable renewable energy and the electricity grid
Jay Apt
Professor
Carnegie Mellon University


Thursday  Mar. 08, 2018
Convex Relaxations for Severe Damage Analysis in AC Power Networks
Carleton Coffrin
Research Scientist
Los Alamos National Laboratory


Tuesday  Feb. 06, 2018
Solar Energy and its Future Beyond Cost Parity
Philip T. Krein
Professor and Executive Dean
UIUC and Zhejiang University


Thursday  Dec. 07, 2017
Carrots, Sticks and Other Smart Grid Tricks: The Capacity Value of Retail Demand Response
Seth Blumsack
Associate Professor
Pennsylvania State University, EMS Energy Institute
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Thursday  Nov. 30, 2017
Power System Transitions for Decarbonization
Paulina Jaramillo
Associate Professor
Carnegie Mellon University


Thursday  Nov. 16, 2017
Representing power system security in the demand space: Challenges and opportunities
Francois Bouffard
Associate Professor and Assoc. Chair of Undergraduate Affairs
McGill University


Thursday  Nov. 09, 2017
Electricity demand management for networked infrastructure systems
Mahnoosh Alizadeh
Assistant Professor
University of California, Santa Barbara


Thursday  Nov. 02, 2017
The Two-Edged Sword of Democratizing Grid Control: Distributed Inertia Control as a Cyber-Physical Attack Path
Chris DeMarco
Professor
University of Wisconsin - Madison, Wisconsin Energy Institute


Thursday  Oct. 26, 2017
Resilient Architectures and Algorithms for Generation Control of Inertial-Less AC Microgrids
Alejandro Dominguez-Garcia
Associate Professor
University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana


Thursday  Oct. 12, 2017
Remote Community Microgrids
Claudio Canizares
Professor
University of Waterloo

 

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