By Farrokh Rahimi
As Technical Chair, I would like to welcome you to the twelfth Innovative Smart Grid Technologies / North America (ISGT NA). This is the first time ISGT NA is held as a virtual conference.
By Ron Melton
The ISGT North America organizing committee has been hard a work crafting an engaging virtual experience. We’ve worked to craft a North American time-zone friendly program that will allow attendees a rewarding experience.
By ISGT 2021 Organizing Committee
A few welcoming words from the organizing committee members as they finalize their preparations for the 2021 Conference.
By Professor Saifur Rahman, Virginia Tech
The Twelfth Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT NA 2021) will be held virtually from February 16 -18, 2021. I asked Prof. Saifur Rahman, past president of IEEE PES, his take on this year’s theme of “Technology Solutions for an Evolving Grid.” Here is what he shared with us.
By Arnie de Castro, SAS Institute
Initiatives for the “Smart Grid” at the beginning of the millennium bring promise for ensuring grid reliability, quality and security, allowing customers to participate in optimizing the operation of the system, accommodating active demand-side assets of all sizes and technologies, assuring sustainability and improving the efficiency of the grid.
By Charalambos Konstantinou, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida State University
In modern power systems with Innovative Smart Grid Technologies, a diverse set of technologies, machines, instrumentation, and architectures are integrated together. This complexity makes the science of determining the most effective strategies to make energy infrastructure secure and attack-resilient rather challenging.