Program

Sunday, February 17, 2019
Tutorials
8:00-12:00Power System Resilience: Fundamentals, Analytical and Planning Tools, and Industry Practices
Feng Qiu
Block Chain and its application in Utility Distribution Networks
Anant Venkateswara
1:00-5:00Demand Response: Overview, Applications, and Field Experiments
Farrokh Rahimi
Smart Grid 308 – Distributed Energy Resources
Doug Houseman
Monday, February 18, 2019
7:00-8:00Breakfast (provided)
8:00-8:30Opening Session
8:30-10:30Plenary Panel Session
Past and Future Trends in Smart Grid
10:30-11:00Break
11:00-12:30Advanced Distribution Management Systems Research and Development at the U.S. DOEBending All the Rules: Flexing Demand and Storage to Optimize Building and Grid EfficienciesTransactive Energy Blockchain Applications
12:30-1:30Lunch (on your own)
Track 1
Transmission and Distribution systems planning and analysis
Track 2
Technology applications and supporting tools for Transmission and Distribution system operations
Track 3
Market and policy considerations in facilitating innovation and enabling a flexible and resilient grid
1:30-3:00Artificial Intelligence in Power System Operations and PlanningEmergency Monitoring and Control through New Technologies and Analytics Data Analytics for Grid Resilience Modeling and Enhancement
3:00-3:30Break
3:30-5:30Planning and Operating a Flexible and Resilient Grid: Insights of Recent ITS TF Technical ReportsImproving Power System Reliability and Resilience through the Use of Enhanced Modeling and Advanced On-line Software ToolsEnergy Storage Valuation
5:30-7:30Poster Session and Demonstration (Complimentary Food and Beverages)
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
7:30-8:30Breakfast (provided)
8:30-10:30Plenary Panel Session
Technology Solutions for Evolving Energy Industry
10:30-11:00Break
Track 1
Transmission and Distribution systems planning and analysis
Track 2
Technology applications and supporting tools for Transmission and Distribution system operations
Track 3
Market and policy considerations in facilitating innovation and enabling a flexible and resilient grid
11:00-12:30Distribution System Hierarchical Load Modeling: Needs, Trends and MethodologiesThe Evolution of Microgrid Controls: From Early Adoption to Grid of the FutureIntegration of Distributed Energy Resources in Retail Markets
12:30-1:30Lunch (on your own)
1:30-3:00Planning and Operating a Flexible and Resilient Grid: ITS TF and Vision for the FutureImproving Small Signal Stability using Wide-Area MeasurementsEnhancing Smart Grid Resilience through Coordinated Transmission and Distribution Restoration
3:00-3:30Break
3:30-5:30Energy Management in a 100% Renewable GridNext Phase of Successful Synchrophasor ApplicationsResearch Needs for Transforming the Grid Edge
5:30-7:30Attendee Reception (Complimentary Food and Beverages)
and 2018 IEEE PES Erich Gunther Future Power Innovator Scholarship Award Presentation
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
7:30-8:30Breakfast (provided)
8:30-10:30Plenary Panel Session
Markets and Policy
10:30-11:00Break
Track 1
Transmission and Distribution systems planning and analysis
Track 2
Technology applications and supporting tools for Transmission and Distribution system operations
Track 3
Market and policy considerations in facilitating innovation and enabling a flexible and resilient grid
11:00-12:30National Power Grid Resilience ModelingGrid Resilience with Growing Deployment of Distributed Energy ResourcesCybersecurity - Late Breaking Developments at NIST
12:30-1:30Lunch (on your own)
1:30-3:00Overhead Lines MonitoringGrid Connected Buildings as a Transactive HubDevelopments in Advanced Analytics Applications in Smart Grid
End of Conference