Papers/Posters

ISGT Poster Session Schedule: Monday, 18 February 2019 5:30 PM-7:30
2019ISGT0011GAN-based Model for Residential Load Generation Considering Typical Consumption Patterns Y. GU, Tsinghua University
Q. CHEN, Tsinghua University
K. LIU, Southern Power Grid
L. XIE, Texas A&M University
C. KANG, Tsinghua University
2019ISGT0017Smart Agriculture: An Off-Grid Renewable Energy System for Farms using Wind Power and Energy Storage J. CALDERON, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
J. CUREG, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
M. DIAZ, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
J. GUZMAN, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
C. RUDD, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
H. LE, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
2019ISGT0020Transmission, Distribution Deferral and Congestion Relief Services by Electric Vehicles S. NARAYANA GOWDA, University of California, Los Angeles
T. ZHANG, University of California, Los Angeles
H. NAZARIPOUYA, University of California, Riverside
C. KIM, University of California, Los Angeles
R. GADH, University of California, Los Angeles
2019ISGT0021Transient Stability Analysis of Power Systems via Occupation Measures C. JOSZ, UC Berkeley
D. MOLZAHN, Argonne National Laboratory
M. TACCHI, LAAS CNRS
S. SOJOUDI, UC Berkeley
2019ISGT0022Fault Diagnosis of Transmission Line – A Phasor Domain Approach Z. TAN, Georgia Institute of Technology
Y. LIU, Shanghai Tech University
2019ISGT0026Power Management through Aging-Based Task Scheduling Algorithms for Smart Grids F. DOOST MOHAMMADI, Christopher Newport University
D. HEH, Christopher Newport University
2019ISGT0027An Efficient Privacy-Friendly Multi-Hop Data Aggregation Scheme for Smart Grids P. GOPE, National University of Singapore
B. SIKDAR, National University of Singapore
2019ISGT0030Dynamic Power Sharing and Autonomous Voltage Regulation in Islanded DC Microgrids X. YANG, University of Rhode Island
X. LI, Zhejiang University of Technology
H. HE, University of Rhode Island
Y. ZHANG, Zhejiang University of Technology
Z. XU, State Grid Corporation of China
2019ISGT0032Inverter-Centric Islanding Detection Using Multiple-Model Filters M. SALMAN, Binghamton University
N. WU, Binghamton University
2019ISGT0033Limited Energy Capability Resource Duration Requirement for Participation in PJM Capacity Market A. MUZHIKYAN, Dartmouth College
L. WALTER, PJM Interconnection
S. BENNER, PJM Interconnection
A. GIACOMONI, PJM Interconnection
2019ISGT0034Resilient PMU Network Design in the Face of GPS Spoofing AttacksM. SARAILOO, State University of New York at Binghamton
N. WU, State University of New York at Binghamton
J. BAY, State University of New York at Binghamton
2019ISGT0036FLEP-SGS^2: a Flexible and Low-cost Evaluation Platform for Smart Grid Systems SecurityC. KONSTANTINOU, Florida State University
M. SAZOS, New York University Abu Dhabi
M. MANIATAKOS, New York University Abu Dhabi
2019ISGT0037Updating the Smart Grid Workforce Education and Training Process: An Interdisciplinary ApproachA. VELAGAPUDI, University of Pittsburgh
K. KELLY, University of Pittsburgh
D. TIPPER, University of Pittsburgh
G. REED, University of Pittsburgh
2019ISGT0039Field Validated Utility-Scale Battery Storage Control Models for Quasi-static AnalysesA. LATIF, National Renewable Energy Lab
A. NAGARAJAN, National Renewable Energy Lab
2019ISGT0042A Novel Approach to Implement Low-Cost AMI Functionality using Delay-Tolerant CommunicationS. KULKARNI, Georgia Institute of Technology
E. MYERS, Georgia Institute of Technology
S. LIPTAK, Georgia Institute of Technology
D. DIVAN, Georgia Institute of Technology
2019ISGT0043Decentralized Voltage Support in a Competitive Energy MarketK. ZHANG, TUM CREATE Limited
S. HANIF, TUM CREATE Limited
T. HAMACHER, Technical University Munich
2019ISGT0045Dynamic Study of Dominion's System Restoration Plan in RTDSY. WANG, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
H. CHOU, Dominion Energy
R. SUN, Dominion Energy
W. JU, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
C. MISHRA, Dominion Energy
K. THOMAS, Dominion Energy
2019ISGT0047A Physical Model to Simulate Daily Power Profiles of Distributed Photovoltaic Plants for Different Planning Applications M. HASSAN, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
M. ALNUAIMI, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
F. ALAJAMI, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
A. ALSAABOUNCHI, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
A. ALHAMOUDI, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
2019ISGT0048Optimal SVC Planning Considering Uncertainties in Transmission GridX. XU, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
X. ZHAO, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
J. LI, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
J. ZHAO, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Q. CAI, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
X. LYU, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
2019ISGT0049An Active Power Regulation Strategy for Wind Farm Considering Wake Effect X. LYU, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Y. JIA, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Z. XU, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
X. XU, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
2019ISGT0053Hybridization Framework for Improved Dynamic Phasor Parameter Estimation AlgorithmsC. QIAN, Texas A&M University
M. KEZUNOVIC, Texas A&M University
2019ISGT0061Vulnerabilities of Line Current Differential Relays to Cyber-AttacksA. AMELI, University of Waterloo
A. KIRAKOSYAN, University of Waterloo
K. SALEH, Natural Resources Canada
E. EL-SAADANY, University of Waterloo
2019ISGT0063Smart Building Design: a Framework for Optimal Placement of Smart Sensors and ActuatorsD. TRAN, California State University Long Beach
M. NAZARI, California State University Long Beach
A. SADEGHI-MOBARAKEH, University of Calfornia Riverside
H. MOHSENIAN-RAD, University of Calfornia Riverside
2019ISGT0065FRT Capability Enhancement of Autonomous AC/DC Hybrid Microgrid by Coordinated MSDBR and Interlinking Converter Control StrategyM. DAVIRAN , The University of Memphis
M. ALI, The University of Memphis
2019ISGT0066Average Wavelet Energy-Based Method for Fault Classification in Transmission LinesW. JU, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Y. WANG, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
A. DEL ROSSO, Electric Power Research Institute
2019ISGT0067Quasi-Static Time-Series PV Hosting Capacity Methodology and MetricsA. JAIN, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
K. HOROWITZ, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
F. DING, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
N. GENSOLLEN, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B. MATHER, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B. PALMINTIER, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2019ISGT0068Fault Ride-Through Control Strategy for Single-Phase Virtual Synchronous GeneratorR. ZENG, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2019ISGT0071The Role of Demand-Side Flexibility in Hedging Electricity Price Volatility in Distribution GridsS. CHAKRABORTY, Delft University of Technology
R. VERZIJLBERGH, Delft University of Technology
M. CVETKOVIC, Delft University of Technology
K. BAKER, University of Colorado at Boulder
Z. LUKSZO, Delft University of Technology
2019ISGT0072Strategy-proof Local Energy Market with Sequential Stochastic Decision Process for Battery ControlD. KIEDANSKI, Telecom ParisTech
D. KOFMAN, Telecom ParisTech
J. HORTA, Telecom ParisTech
D. MENGA, EDF
2019ISGT0073A Rprop-Neural-Network-Based PV Maximum Power Point Tracking Algorithm with Short-Circuit Current LimitationY. CUI, GEIRI North America
Z. YI, GEIRI North America
J. DUAN, GEIRI North America
D. SHI, GEIRI North America
Z. WANG, GEIRI North America
2019ISGT0074Distributed Service Restoration of Active Electrical Distribution Systems using ADMMJ. LOPEZ, UNICAMP
M. RIDER, UNICAMP
F. SHEN, DTU
Q. WU, DTU
2019ISGT0075Improved Numerical Methodologies on Power System Dynamic Simulation Using GPU ImplementationZ. WANG, North Carolina State University
A. CHAKRABORTTY, North Carolina State University
C. KELLEY, North Carolina State University
X. FENG, ABB
P. FRANZON, North Carolina State University
2019ISGT0076A Neuron-Network-Based Optimal Control of Ultra-Capacitors with System UncertaintiesJ. DUAN, GEIRI North America
Z. YI, GEIRI North America
D. SHI, GEIRI North America
H. XU, University of Nevada
Z. WANG, GEIRI North America
2019ISGT0077Cyber-Physical Security of State Estimation Against Attacks on Wide-Area Load Shedding Protection SchemesA. AYAD, University of Waterloo
M. KHALAF, University of Waterloo
E. EL-SAADANY, University of Waterloo
2019ISGT0081Impact of Electric Vehicle Charging Demand on a Jeju Island Radial Distribution NetworkM. CHANG, Hanyang University
S. BAE, Hanyang University
G. YOON, Korea Electric Power Corporation
S. PARK, Korea Electric Power Corporation
Y. CHOY, Korea Electric Power Corporation
2019ISGT0082Transactive Energy Management with Blockchain Smart Contracts for P2P Multi-Settlement Markets K. NAKAYAMA, NEC Laboratories America
R. MOSLEMI, NEC Laboratories America
R. SHARMA, NEC Laboratories America
2019ISGT0083Detailed Modeling of Residential End-Use Motor Load and Protection for Distribution System Transient StudyY. LIU, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Z. CHU, Arizona State University
P. ETINGOV, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Y. ZHANG, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Y. TANG, Microsoft Corporation
Q. HUANG, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
S. KUNDU, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
D. JAMES, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
D. CHASSIN, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
2019ISGT0085HVAC Load Disaggregation using Low-resolution Smart Meter Data M. LIANG, North Carolina State University
Y. MENG, North Carolina State University
N. LU, North Carolina State University
D. LUBKEMAN, North Carolina State University
A. KLING, Duke Energy
2019ISGT0091A Strategic Analysis of Attacker-Defender Repeated Game in Smart Grid SecurityS. PAUL, South Dakota State University
Z. NI, South Dakota State University
2019ISGT0092Fast Electromagnetic Transient Simulation Based on Hierarchical Low-Rank Approximation L. ZHANG, Texas A&M University
B. WANG, Texas A&M University
D. WU, Texas A&M University
L. XIE, Texas A&M University
P. KUMAR, Texas A&M University
W. SHI, Texas A&M University
2019ISGT0095Volt-Var Optimization of Distribution Systems for Coordinating Utility Voltage Control with Smart InvertersQ. LONG, North Carolina State University
J. WANG, North Carolina State University
D. LUBKEMAN, North Carolina State University
N. LU, North Carolina State University
P. CHEN, North China Electric Power University
2019ISGT0096Modeling of Grid-Forming Inverters for Transient Stability Simulations of an All Inverter-based Distribution SystemW. DU, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
K. SCHNEIDER, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
F. TUFFNER, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Z. CHEN, University of Wisconsin-Madison
R. LASSETER, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2019ISGT0097Fleet aggregation of Photovoltaic Systems; A Survey and Case studyT. OLOWU, Florida International University
A. SUNDARARAJAN, Florida International University
M. MOGHADDAMI, Florida International University
A. SARWAT, Florida International University
2019ISGT0102Optimization of Virtual Power Plant Electrical Network E. SOSNINA, Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University n.a. R.E. Alekseev
A. SHALUKHO, Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University n.a. R.E. Alekseev
I. LIPUZHIN, Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University n.a. R.E. Alekseev
A. KECHKIN, Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University n.a. R.E. Alekseev
2019ISGT0103Considerations for Commercial Building Participation in a Transactive Energy System S. BENDER, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
M. NIEMEYER, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
M. WEIMAR, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
T. HARDY, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2019ISGT0104Real-world, Full-scale Validation of Power Balancing Services from Packetized Virtual BatteriesK. DESROCHERS, Packetized Energy
V. HINES, Packetized Energy
F. WALLACE, Packetized Energy
J. SLINKMAN, Packetized Energy
A. GIROUX, Packetized Energy
A. KHURRAM, University of Vermont
M. AMINI, University of Vermont
M. ALMASSALKHI, University of Vermont
P. HINES, University of Vermont
2019ISGT0105An Analytical Approach to Estimate Energy Dissipation for Power System ControlM. VAIMAN, V&R Energy Systems Research, Inc.
M. VAIMAN, V&R Energy Systems Research, Inc.
2019ISGT0107Evaluating the Impact of Price-Responsive Load on Power Systems using Integrated T&D SimulationH. JAIN, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B. PALMINTIER, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
D. KRISHNAMURTHY, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
I. KRAD, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
E. HALE, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2019ISGT0110Research on Structure and Energy Management Strategy of Household Energy Router Based on Hybrid Energy StorageK. WANG, Harbin Institute of Technology
X. LIU, Harbin Institute of Technology
L. ZHAO, Harbin Institute of Technology
Y. ZHOU, Harbin Institute of Technology
D. XU, Harbin Institute of Technology
2019ISGT0111Learning Dynamical Demand Response Model in Real-Time Pricing ProgramH. XU, University of Illinois
H. SUN, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
D. NIKOVSKI, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
S. KITAMURA, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
K. MORI, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
2019ISGT0114Blockchain-based Solar Electricity Exchange: Conceptual Architecture and Laboratory SetupM. PIPATTANASOMPORN, Virginia Tech
M. KUZLU, Old Dominion University
S. RAHMAN, Virginia Tech
2019ISGT0116Algorithmic Approaches to Characterizing Power Flow Cyber-Attack VulnerabilitiesM. TUTTLE, California Polytechnic State University
B. WICKER, California Polytechnic State University
M. POSHTAN, California Polytechnic State University
J. CALLENES, California Polytechnic State University
2019ISGT0117An Efficient Approach for Optimal Power Flow Considering Shunt Compensation R. HASSANI ETEMAD, The University of Hong Kong
Y. HOU, The University of Hong Kong
V. O.K. LI, The University of Hong Kong
2019ISGT0119Dynamic Modeling of Solar PV Systems for Distribution System Stability AnalysisS. PLATHOTTAM, Argonne National Laboratory
P. HAZRA, Clemson University
S. ABHYANKAR, Argonne National Laboratory
2019ISGT0121Experimental Verification of the Effect of Uncoordinated Charging of Electric Vehicles on Power GridsS. FADDEL, Florida International University
A. ELSAYED, Boeing
T. YOUSSEF, University of West Florida
O. MOHAMMED, Florida International University
2019ISGT0123Ampacity Forecasting: an Approach using Quantile Regression ForestsG. MOLINAR, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
L. FAN, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
W. STORK, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
2019ISGT0125A Cost Benefit Study of Using Energy Storage to Provide Regulation ServicesY. MENG, North Carolina State University
M. LIANG, North Carolina State University
N. LU, North Carolina State University

2019ISGT0126Identification of Suitable Consumer Groups for Participation in Demand Response ProgramsS. BISWAS, Virginia Tech
S. ABRAHAM, Virginia Tech
2019ISGT0127Reliable Photovoltaic Generation Forecasting via Quantile DeterminationW. ZHANG, National University of Singapore
H. QUAN, Nanjing University of Science and Technology
O. GANDHI, National University of Singapore
D. SRINIVASAN, National University of Singapore
2019ISGT0132Faster Than Real-time Prediction of Disruptions in Power Grids using PMU: Gated Recurrent Unit ApproachM. BARATI, University of Pittsburgh
2019ISGT0133Short-Term Load Forecasting for Campus Building with Small-Scale Loads by Types Using Artificial Neural Network S. BAEK, Soongsil University
S. YOON, Soongsil University
2019ISGT0135Analysis and Modeling of Electricity Market for Energy Storage Systems S. PARVAR, Politecnico di Milano
H. NAZARIPOUYA, University of California at Riverside
A. ASADINEJAD, California ISO
2019ISGT0137Time Accuracy De-Synchronisation Attacks Against IEC 60870-5-104 and IEC 61850 ProtocolsJ. WRIGHT, Royal Holloway, University of London
S. WOLTHUSEN, Royal Holloway, University of London
2019ISGT0138Prediction of Hour of Coincident Daily Peak LoadJ. LIU, Michigan Technological University
L. BROWN, Michigan Technological University
2019ISGT0139On Effectiveness of Detecting FDI Attacks on Power Grid using Moving Target DefenseZ. ZHANG, Zhejiang University
R. DENG, Nanyang Technological University
D. YAU, Singapore University of Technology and Design
P. CHENG, Zhejiang University
J. CHEN, Zhejiang University
2019ISGT0140A Review of Converter Control Concepts for Improving Power System Frequency Stability: A Path to 100% Converter Based GenerationF. ROJAS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
M. SURIYAH, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
T. LEIBFRIED, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
2019ISGT0141Interoperability Analysis Tool for IEC 61850-9-2 Standard-based Merging UnitsE. SONG, NIST
G. FITZPATRICK, NIST
K. LEE, NIST
A. GOPSTEIN, NIST
2019ISGT0142The Effects of Energy Policies on Stimulating Clean Electricity Production of Individual SuppliersX. YANG, Tsinghua University
Y. HOU, The University of Hong Kong
2019ISGT0145Reliability Analysis for a Hybrid Microgrid Based on Chronological Monte Carlo Simulation with Markov Switching Modeling A. ABDELSAMAD, North Carolina State University
D. LUBKEMAN, North Carolina State University
2019ISGT0147A Power Hardware-In-The-Loop Simulation Facility for Testing Grid-Connected Storage SystemsR. TODD, The University of Manchester
A. FORSYTH, The University of Manchester
H. UPPAL, The University of Manchester
T. FEEHALLY, The University of Manchester
A. MASSI PAVAN, University of Trieste
2019ISGT0148Moving Towards Distribution System Operators: Current Work and Future Directions J. CAMPOS DO PRADO, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
W. QIAO, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
S. THOMAS, Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA)
2019ISGT0150Reinforcement Learning Based Dynamic Model Selection for Short-Term Load ForecastingC. FENG, The University of Texas at Dallas
J. ZHANG, University of Texas at Dallas
2019ISGT0153Resilience-Assured Protective Control of DC/AC Inverters under Unbalanced and Fault ScenariosS. WANG, George Washington University
P. DEHGHANIAN, George Washington University
M. ALHAZMI, George Washington University
J. SU, George Washington University
B. SHINDE, George Washington University
2019ISGT0154sUncover: Estimating the Hidden Behind-the-meter Solar Rooftop and Battery Capacities in GridsV. PADULLAPARTHI, Tata Consultancy Services
V. SARANGAN, Tata Consultancy Services
A. SIVASUBRAMANIAM, The Pennsylvania State University
2019ISGT0155Parameters Estimation for Short Line Using the Least Trimmed Squares (LTS)A. MOMEN, University of Idaho
B. JOHNSON, University of Idaho
Y. CHAKHCHOUKH, University of Idaho
2019ISGT0157Smart Households Demand Response Management with MicrogridH. MOHAMMADI RUZBAHANI, University of Guelph
A. RAHIMNEJAD, University of Guelph
H. KARIMIPOUR, University of Guelph
2019ISGT0158Risk-averse Offer Strategy of a Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant with Virtual Bidding in Electricity MarketsD. XIAO, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
W. QIAO, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
L. QU, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
2019ISGT0160Diesel Generator Controller Evaluation via Controller-Hardware-in-the-Loop for Various Microgrid Operation Modes J. WANG, NREL
B. MILLER, NREL
A. PRATT, NREL
J. FOSSUM, NREL
T. BIALEK, San Diego Gas & Electric Company
S. MASON, SEL Engineering Services
2019ISGT0161Interaction Analysis of Vector- and Droop-Controlled VSCs in ParallelD. WANG, The University of Hong Kong
X. LU, Temple University
Y. HOU, The University of Hong Kong
2019ISGT0162Stochastic Battery Operations using Deep Neural NetworksY. CHEN, University of Washington
U. HASHMI, PSL University
D. DEKA, Los Alamos National Laboratory
M. CHERTKOV, Los Alamos National Laboratory
2019ISGT0164Wavelet Based Frequency Dynamics Assessment in Low Inertia Grid Under Different Load Models J. CHIVUNGA, Oklahoma State University
N. EKNELIGODA, Oklahoma State University
2019ISGT0165Distributed Coordinated Management for Multiple Distributed Energy Resources Optimal Operation with Security ConstrainsX. GAO, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
X. LU, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
K. CHAN, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
J. HU, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
S. XIA, North China Electric Power University
D. XU, Hunan University
2019ISGT0167Optimizing the Facility Planning in BEMS using HOMER for Expandable Microgrids Clusters S. MIYAKE, Waseda University
K. IWAMURA, Waseda University
J. KUDTONGNGAM, NECTEC
Y. NAKANISHI, Waseda University
2019ISGT0168Analysis of Hybrid Smart Grid Communication Network Designs for Distributed Energy Resources Coordination J. ZHANG, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
A. HASANDKA, University of Colorado
S. ALAM, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
T. ELGINDY, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
A. FLORITA, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B. HODGE, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2019ISGT0169State Estimation under Undetectable Single and Double Line FailuresA. GUL, Royal Holloway University of London, UK
S. WOLTHUSEN, Royal Holloway University of London
2019ISGT0170A Conceptual Design of IED Testing System with IEC 61850-based Functional Specifications Common to Multiple UtilitiesK. RYONO, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
T. OTANI, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
N. UEDA, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
2019ISGT0172Optimized Site Selection for New Wind Farm Installations Based on Portfolio Theory and Geographical InformationK. NISHIYAMA, Waseda University
K. IWAMURA, Waseda University
Y. NAKANISHI, Waseda University
2019ISGT0173AGC Feedforward Control Strategy for Asynchronous interconnection in Guangdong Power grid J. LIU, Guangdong Power Grid Power Dispatch Control Center
Q. WANG, Harbin Institute of Technology
K. ZENG, Guangdong Power Grid Power Dispatch Control Center
Y. CHEN, Guangdong Power Grid Power Dispatch Control Center
D. ZHANG, Harbin Institute of Technology
J. ZHONG, The University of Hong Kong
Y. GUO, Harbin Institute of Technology
2019ISGT0174Detection of Stealthy attacks on Electric Grids using Transient Analysis J. RANJITH KUMAR R., National University of Singapore
B. SIKDAR, National University of Singapore
2019ISGT0175DC Offset Removal in Power Systems Using Deep Neural NetworkS. KIM, Myongji University
S. LEE, Myongji University
D. SON, Myongji University
S. NAM, Myongji University
2019ISGT0179Secondary Voltage Control Via Demand-Side Energy Storage with Temporal Logic SpecificationsY. ZHANG, University of Tennessee
F. TAOUSSER, University of Tennessee
M. OLAMA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
S. DJOUADI, University of Tennessee
Y. XUE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
B. OLLIS, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
K. TOMSOVIC, University of Tennessee
2019ISGT0181A Proposal of Demand Response Program for Suppressing Duck-curve’s Ramp Rate with Large Penetration of Photovoltaic Generation Systems.E. OMINE, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
H. HATTA, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
T. UENO, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
2019ISGT0188Robust Power Scheduling for Microgrids with Uncertainty in Renewable Energy GenerationA. VALIBEYGI, UC San Diego
A. HABIB, UC San Diego
R. DE CALLAFON, UC San Diego
2019ISGT0191Analyze the Break-even Cost of Lithium-ion Battery under Time-of-use Pricing TariffsB. LI, University of Texas at Dallas
J. ZHANG, University of Texas at Dallas
A. MEHMANI, Columbia University
P. CULLIGAN, Columbia University
2019ISGT0192Transactive Energy: Stabilizing Oscillations in Integrated Wholesale-Retail Energy Markets J. HANSEN, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
T. HARDY, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
L. MARINOVICI, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2019ISGT0193Techno-Economic Analysis for Grid Edge Intelligence: A Preliminary Study on Smart Voltage Regulator ControlsS. GHOSH, NREL
2019ISGT0194Scenario-Selection for Hosting Capacity Analysis of Distribution Feeders with Voltage Regulation EquipmentD. DIAZ, Georgia Institute of Technology
A. KUMAR, Georgia Institute of Technology
J. DEBOEVER, Georgia Institute of Technology
S. GRIJALVA, Georgia Institute of Technology
J. PEPPANEN, Electrical Power Research Institute
M. RYLANDER, Electrical Power Research Institute
J. SMITH, Electrical Power Research Institute
2019ISGT0196Capacity Valuation of Demand Response in the Presence of Variable Generation through Monte Carlo AnalysisA. KLEM, University of Vermont
G. STEPHEN, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2019ISGT0198Detailed Multiphysics Modeling of Air-Conditioned HouseC. ZHONG, Georgia Institute of Technology
A. MELIOPOULOS, Georgia Institute of Technology
B. XIE, Georgia Institute of Technology
J. XIE, Georgia Institute of Technology
K. LIU, Georgia Institute of Technology
H. SHAO, Georgia Institute of Technology
2019ISGT0200High Voltage Power Line Maintenance & Inspection by using Smart RoboticsT. DISYADEJ, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand
K. POOCHINAPAN, Chiang Mai University and Center of Excellence in Mathematics, CHE
T. MOUKTONGLANG, Chiang Mai University and Center of Excellence in Mathematics, CHE
P. MUNEESAWANG, Naresuan University
S. GRZYBOWSKI, N/A
2019ISGT0201A Data-driven Approach for Maximizing Solar PV Capacity at the Distribution Feeder Level under Existing Operational ParadigmsJ. SWARD, Cornell University
K. ZHANG, Cornell University
2019ISGT0203Dynamic Detection of False Data Injection Attack in Smart Grid using Deep LearningX. NIU, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
J. LI, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
J. SUN, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
K. TOMSOVIC, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
2019ISGT0205Comparative Analysis of Blockchain-based Smart Contracts for Solar Electricity Exchanges J. LIN, Virginia Tech
M. PIPATTANASOMPORN, Virginia Tech
S. RAHMAN, Virginia Tech
2019ISGT0207An SVR-based Building-level Load Forecasting Method Considering Impact of HVAC Set PointsA. HAQUE, Virginia Tech
M. PIPATTANASOMPORN, Virginia Tech
S. RAHMAN, Virginia Tech
S. KOTHANDARAMAN, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd)
A. MALEKPOUR, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd)
E. PAASO, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd)
S. BAHRAMIRAD, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd)
2019ISGT0210Defining a Use Case for ADMS Testbed: Data Quality Requirements for ADMS DeploymentS. VEDA, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
M. BAGGU, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
A. PRATT, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
2019ISGT0211A Multi-Agent System Concept for Rapid Energy Storage Development M. STARKE, Oak Ridge National Lab
R. ZHENG, Oak Ridge National Lab
M. SMITH, Oak Ridge National Lab
S. ZHENG, Oak Ridge National Lab
M. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Lab
Z. WANG, Oak Ridge National Lab
B. DEAN, University of Tennessee
L. TOLBERT, University of Tennessee
2019ISGT0213Equivalent Test Bed in PSCAD and PSLF for Studying Advanced Power Systems Controller PerformanceR. BISWAS, Arizona State University
J. TAN, National Renewable Energy Lab
H. JAIN, National Renewable Energy Lab
V. GEVORGIAN, National Renewable Energy Lab
Y. ZHANG, National Renewable Energy Lab
2019ISGT0215Solar Energy Power Supply to Community Telecentres in EcuadorD. ICAZA, Universidad Católica de Cuenca
P. FLORES, Universidad Católica de Cuenca
G. CONCE, Universidad Católica de Cuenca
F. CONCE, Universidad Católica de Cuenca
F. ICAZA, De la Salle Cuenca
2019ISGT0216Improved Modelling for Wind Turbines on TrainsM. ALI, University of Memphis
M. HYMAN, University of Memphis
2019ISGT0218Design and Test of a Combined PV and Battery System under Multiple Load and Irradiation ConditionsM. ABUAGREB, University of Idaho
M. ALLEHYANI, University of Idaho
B. JOHNSON, University of Idaho
2019ISGT0219Stochastic Spatio-Temporal Hurricane Impact Analysis for Power Grid Resilience Studies J. MUHS, University of Utah
M. PARVANIA, University of Utah
2019ISGT0220Bus Admittance Matrix Estimation using Phasor Measurements O. LATEEF, Georgia Institute of Technology
R. HARLEY, Georgia Institute of Technology
T. HABETLER, Georgia Institute of Technology
2019ISGT0221An Investigation of Peukert Effect on Domestic Energy Storage Integration under Virtual Power Plant Operation in Demand Side ManagementO. OKPAKO, University of Bradford
H. RAJAMANI, University of Wollongong in Dubai
R. ABD-ALHAMEED, University of Bradford
2019ISGT0222A Decentralized Estimation of the Power System Bus Impedance Matrix Using the Jacobi Iterative MethodO. LATEEF, Georgia Institute of Technology
R. HARLEY, Georgia Institute of Technology
T. HABETLER, Georgia Institute of Technology
2019ISGT0224Commercial Building Load Forecasts with Artificial Neural NetworkZ. JING, Virginia Tech
M. CAI, Virginia Tech
M. PIPATTANASOMPORN, Virginia Tech
S. RAHMAN, Virginia Tech
S. KOTHANDARAMAN, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd)
A. MALEKPOUR, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd)
E. PAASO, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd)
S. BAHRAMIRAD, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd)
2019ISGT0225Direct-Write Printed Current Sensor for Load Monitoring Applications Y. YU , University of Tennessee Knoxville
A. MIKKILINENI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
S. KILLOUGH, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
T. KURUGANTI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
P. JOSHI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
A. HU, University of Tennessee Knoxville
2019ISGT0227A Methodology for Primary Voltage Assessment on Highly PV Penetrated Distribution Feeders by Using SCADA and AMIH. MIRZAEE, Quanta Technology
V. ZAMANI, Quanta Technology
F. KATIRAEI, Quanta Technology
2019ISGT0228Transformer Rating Due To High Penetrations of PV, EV Charging, and Energy StorageK. MCBEE, California State University
P. RUDRARAJU, California State University
J. CHONG, California State University
2019ISGT0231Design of a Sliding Mode Disturbance Observer for Out-of-Step Protection Y. SON, Myongji University
S. JANG, Myongji University
S. KANG, Myongji University
S. NAM, Myongji University
2019ISGT0234Distributed Energy Optimization in MAS-based Microgrids using Asynchronous ADMMM. ULLAH, University of Colorado Denver
J. PARK, University of Colorado Denver
2019ISGT0235Efficient Distributed DSO Auction with Linearized Grid ConstraintsA. ZARABIE, Kansas State University
S. DAS, Kansas State University

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The tenth Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT 2019), sponsored by the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES), will be held on February 17-20, 2019 at the Grand Hyatt Washington, Washington DC with the theme “10 Years of ISGT – Innovation for a Flexible and Resilient Grid.”

ISGT 2019 is a forum to discuss the latest issues, trends, and emerging and innovative technologies for grid modernization in the face of challenges of a rapidly changing environment resulting from the dramatic increase in deployments of renewable and Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) and the emergence of new business and operating concepts and services. The elements of interest include prosumers, microgrids, aggregators, distribution markets, and platforms in the generation, commercialization, and management of electricity. The Conference will feature plenary sessions, panels, technical papers, and tutorials by experts on grid modernization, transmission and distribution systems planning and operations, DER integration, smart grid technologies and applications, and system integration. A key focus of ISGT is to facilitate in-depth discussions among the participants – sharing experiences and lessons learned, and raising the awareness and understanding of the latest concepts, applications, and technologies. In a departure from the format of previous years, all accepted papers will be presented in poster sessions. Also, to promote a more efficient and comprehensive engagement among participants, ISGT 2019 will make panel presentations and papers available online in advance of the conference to allow registrants time to prepare questions and comments for the presenters to address during the conference. The conference will also feature speakers and panelists from key federal and state government agencies and discuss ongoing activities, trends and recent developments in the regulatory and policy arena. The theme for this year will be “10 Years of ISGT – Innovation for a Flexible and Resilient Grid” with three tracks: 1) Transmission and Distribution systems planning and analysis, 2) technology applications and supporting tools for Transmission and Distribution system operations, and 3) market and policy considerations in facilitating innovation and enabling a flexible and resilient grid.

The Conference Organizing Committee invites researchers and practitioners worldwide to submit papers for review and possible presentation. The Conference scope covers the following general topics:

Transmission and Distribution systems planning and analysis

  • Emerging practices for integrated Transmission and Distribution systems planning considering DER and grid-edge actors, including approaches for:
    • Scenario and forecasting analysis
    • Hosting capacity analysis
    • Interconnection processes
    • Locational value analysis
    • DER sourcing
    • Transmission-distribution coordination
    • Assessing impacts of renewable generation
  • Technologies and methodologies addressing grid integration of:
    • PV distributed generation
    • Energy storage
    • Combined distributed generation-energy storage
    • Smart homes and buildings
    • Electric vehicles, and other DER
  • Use of data-driven methods, FACTs, and synchrophasors for wide-area control
  • Synthetic inertia from inverter-based generation
  • Application of “Big Data” and advanced analytics to grid planning
  • Development of models, algorithms, and analytical tools
  • Technologies and methodologies for advancing physical and cybersecurity
  • Application of grid architecture to address requirements and design considerations for coordination, information management, interoperability, and communications and control systems
  • Applications of augmented reality in the power industry
  • Impacts of sensor data quality, accuracy, communications, and storage on applications

Technology applications and supporting tools for Transmission and Distribution system operations

  • Emerging practices and methodologies for transmission and distribution grid operation, including provision of grid services from DER and dynamic grid control.
  • Operational experience with microgrid and advanced technologies
  • Distributed and optimization methods, e.g., for use in DER Management Systems (DERMS) and microgrid controllers
  • Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) and future grid operating systems, platforms, and applications
  • Sensing, communications and control
  • Next generation AMI
  • Next generation synchrophasors
  • Advanced technologies for managing grid dynamics
  • Advanced technologies and methodologies for wide area operations and awareness
  • Edge computing, control and analytics
  • Smart controls and sensors in end-use devices
  • Applications of cloud computing in electric power systems
  • Applications of “Big Data” and advanced analytics
  • Employing Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
  • Utilizing smart robotics for asset monitoring, grid service and maintenance

Market and policy considerations in facilitating innovation and enabling a flexible and resilient grid

  • Methods and tools that can evaluate technological and policy options
  • Operational and regulatory coordination challenges and possibilities at the transmission and distribution seams
  • Distribution markets and system platforms (DSP, DSO, etc.)
  • Converged infrastructures, including Smart Cities
  • Transactive Energy Systems and related topics such as emerging grid services, tradable products, and incentive-compatible market design
  • Possibilities and limitations of emerging hardware/software technologies (Internet of Things-IoT, Blockchain, etc.) in facilitating distributed transactive exchanges

Manuscript Submission

Complete manuscripts (maximum length 5 pages, and in accordance with the PES Author’s Kit) are to be submitted by September 14, 2018 (no later than 11:59 PM Eastern) via the document submission portal, which will be available on the ISGT website.

In addition to general criteria mentioned in the Author’s Kit, the following criteria will be used in evaluating the submissions:

  1. Evidence of actual deployment or application
  2. Representative of a state-of-the-art capability or practice
  3. Ability to inform strategies for advancing grid capabilities

Accepted papers must be presented at the conference before they can be included in IEEE Xplore. Papers will be selected to be presented at either a paper session or a poster session. Please contact 2019isgt@ieee.org with any questions.

Conference Registration and Accommodation

Information on hotel and conference registration will be available on the ISGT website.

Conference Organizing Committee

  • Conference Chair: Michael Pesin
  • Technical Program Chair: Gerald FitzPatrick

Important Dates

Paper Submission Site Opens: NOW OPEN
Paper Submission Site Closes: Extended to September 14, 2018 (at 11:59 pm EST)
Notification of Paper Acceptance: October 31, 2018

Contact: 2019isgt@ieee.org

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