ISGT NA 2021 Papers/Poster Sessions

Wednesday, February 17, 2021, 4:30-6:30 pm Poster Session and Demonstrations 
Advanced Metering Infrastructure and Demand ResponseModerators: Authors:
21ISGT1102Characterization of Residential Circuit Impedance M. BARATI, University of Pittsburg
W. SUN, University of Central Florida
M. A. EHSAN, National Institute of Standards and Technology
W. GUO, National Institute of Standards and Technology
D. ANAND, National Institute of Standards and Technology
A. GOPSTEIN, National Institute of Standards and Technology
21ISGT1131Peak Power Reduction for HVAC Operations in Multi-Unit Commercial BuildingsS. A. R. NAQVI, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
K. KAR, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
S. BHATTACHARYA, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
V. CHANDAN, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
21ISGT1153NTL Detection: Overview of Classic and DNN-based Approaches on a Labeled Dataset of 311k Customers P. MASSAFERRO, Instituto de Ingeniría Eléctrica. Universidad de la República
J. M. DI MARTINO, Duke University
A. FERNÁNDEZ, universidad de la República
21ISGT1156LPWAN Technologies: Design and Implementation of WEIGHTLESS Enabled AMI in Tai-PowerF. PETITGRAND, Ubiik
T-H PENG, Ubiik
B. VSK MURTHY, ETH Zurich@Singapore ETH Center
J. WEY, Ubiik
S. SABIHUDDIN, Ubiik
21ISGT1175Advanced Metering Infrastructure Analytics for Voltage Compliance at San Diego Gas & ElectricH. A. GIL, Quanta Technology
S. WILLIAMS, San Diego Gas & Electric
21ISGT1214Adaptive Control for Residential HVAC Systems to Support Grid ServicesT. WU, University of Tennessee
M. OLAMA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
S. DJOUADI, University of Tennessee
21ISGT1220A Real-time Agent Based Optimization and Control Approach for Residential Building Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning SystemsJ. HALL, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. STARKE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
J. MUNK, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
H. ZANDI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
S. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
V. TANSAKU, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
T. KURUGANTI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
H. BUCKBERRY, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
21ISGT1256Cost-Benefit Analysis of AMI Implementation : A Case Study from IndonesiaR. ALDRIAN, PT PLN (Persero)
M. SIREGAR, PT PLN (Persero)
Z. ARIFIN, PT PLN (Persero)
R. SETYOBUDI, PT PLN (Persero)
Advanced Technology and Blockchain Integration L.C. ZHANG, ComEd
A. ESMAEILIAN, Avangrid
21ISGT1052Augmented Reality Application to Assist in On-Field Activities on the Electrical SectorD. JOAO, CERTI Foundation
P. LODETTI, CERTI Fundation
A. SANTOS, Indra company
M. MARTINS, CERTI Foundation
S. FRANCISCI, ENEL Distribuição São Paulo
J. ALMEIDA, ENEL Distribuição São Paulo
21ISGT1105A Smart Badge Implementation on Electrical Power Sector for Safety Improvement for Workforce – A Study CaseD. JOAO, CERTI Foundation
P. LODETTI, CERTI Foundation
A. SANTOS, Indra company
M. MARTINS, CERTI Foundation
S. FRANCISCI, ENEL Distribuição São Paulo
J. ALMEIDA, ENEL Distribuição São Paulo
21ISGT1072On Ambient Temperature of Transformer Substations in Desert ClimatesJ. H. FERNANDEZ, Iberdrola Innovation Middle East
B. WANG, Hamad Bin Khalifa University
A. MASSOUD, Qatar University
S. TALIB, Qatar International Power Technology
M. SHHAAB, Qatar International Power Technology
A. MOHAMED, Qatar International Power Technology
21ISGT1099Power System Evolution Scenarios for Long-Term Technology AssessmentK. KNEZOVIC, Hitachi ABB Power Grids
B. BERGGREN, Hitachi ABB Power Grids
21ISGT1117Cost-Benefit Analysis of Load Autonomous Control DeviceT. TALVITIE, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
F. ELDALI, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
D. PINNEY, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
21ISGT0006New Technologies, Grid Resiliency and Sustainable Power: It is Also a Matter of Electrical Apparatus ReliabilityG. C. MONTANARI, FSU
21ISGT1028Off-Chain State Channels in the Energy DomainC. BRUNNER, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences
A. MADHUSUDAN, KU Leuven
D. ENGEL, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences
B. PRENEEL, KU Leuven
21ISGT1228DIACS: A Blockchain-based Model for Systematic Data Integrity Assessment and ControlA. S. SANI, University of New South Wales
D. YUAN, The University of Sydney
K. MENG, University of New South Wales
Z. Y. DONG, University of New South Wales
21ISGT1218Assessment and Tracking Electric Vehicle Battery Degradation Cost using BlockchainS. NARAYANA GOWDA, University of California Los Angeles
B. A. ERAQI, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
H. NAZARIPOUYA, Oklahoma State University
R. GADH, University of California Los Angeles
21ISGT1142Evolution of climate change mitigation and adaptation in Northern Illinois Electric UtilityK. RUPPE, Commonwealth Edison
N. SELAK, Commonwealth Edison
E. A. PAASO, Commonwealth Edison
Application of Artifical Intelligence and Machine Learning in Power SystemsD. SHI, GEIRINA
Y. ZHANG, UC Santa Cruz
21ISGT1045Intelligent Line Congestion Prognosis in Active Distribution System Using Artificial Neural NetworkM. ALALI, Montana State University
F. NAZRUL SHIMIM, Montana State University
Z. SHAHOOEI, Montana State University
M. BAHRAMIPANAH, Montana State University
21ISGT1049A Data-Driven Method for Estimating Behind-the-Meter Photovoltaic Generation in HawaiiY. CHEN, University of Hawaii at Manoa
D. MATTHEWS, University of Hawaii at Manoa
S. SADOYAMA, University of Hawaii at Manoa
L. ROOSE, University of Hawaii at Manoa
21ISGT1068A Data-Driven Study to Discover, Characterize, and Classify Convergence Bidding Strategies in California ISO Energy MarketE. SAMANI, University of California, Riverside
H. MOHSENIAN-RAD, University of California, Riverside
21ISGT1078Explainable AI Enabled Conductor Galloping Predictor DesignJ. SUN, Tsinghua University
C. WU, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
Y. CHENG, the Department of Power Transmission and Transformation Engineering
B. LIU, the Department of Power Transmission and Transformation Engineering
D. LI, the Department of Power Transmission and Transformation Engineering
21ISGT1092Next-day Electricity Demand Forecast: A New Ensemble Recommendation System Using Peak and ValleyB. ALASKAR, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
A. ALHADLAQ, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
M. ALHARBI, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
S. ALGHUMAYJAN, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
A. ALABDULKAREEM, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
M. ALSALEH, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
D. SHAH, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
21ISGT1138Time Series Load Forecasting Using Pooling Based Multitasking Deep Neural NetworkK. D, Coimbatore Institute of Technology
M. V, Coimbatore Institute of Technology
21ISGT1112Deep Reinforcement Learning in Power Distribution Systems: Overview, Challenges, and OpportunitiesY. GAO, University of California, Riverside
N. YU, University of California, Riverside
21ISGT1236Predicting Solar Diffuse and Direct Components Using Deep Neural NetworksT. TALVITIE, NRECA
F. ELDALI, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
D. PINNEY, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
21ISGT1194An Interpretable Solar Photovoltaic Power Generation Forecasting Approach Using An Explainable Artificial Intelligence ToolS. SARP, Old Dominion University
M. KUZLU, Old Dominion University
U. CALI, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
O. ELMA, Yildiz Technical University
O. GULER, eKare, Inc
21ISGT1229Double Deep Q-Networks for Optimizing Electricity Cost of a Water HeaterK. AMASYALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
J. MUNK, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
K. KURTE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
O. KOTEVSKA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
R. SMITH, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
H. ZANDI , Oak Ridge National Laboratory
21ISGT1182Generator Parameter Estimation by Q-Learning Based on PMU MeasurementsS. R. KHAZEIYNASAB, University of Central Florida
J. QI, Stevens Institute of Technology
I. BATARSEH, University of Central Florida
21ISGT1211Machine Learning Embedded in Distribution Network Relays to Classify and Locate FaultsC. B. JONES, Sandia National Laboratories
A. SUMMERS, Sandia National Laboratories
M. RENO, Sandia National Laboratories
21ISGT1036A Guided Deep Reinforcement Learning Method For Distribution Voltage Regulation via Battery SystemsX. HUANG, State University of New York at Binghamton
Z. DING, State University of New York at Binghamton
Z. ZHANG, State University of New York at Binghamton
21ISGT0017Radial Deformation Emplacement in Power Transformers Using Long Short-Term Memory NetworksA. MORADZADEH, University of Tabriz
K. POURHOSSEIN, Islamic Azad University
B. MOHAMMADI-IVATLOO, University of Tabriz
T. KHALII, University of New Mexico
A. BIDRAM, University of New Mexico
Cyber Security, Physical Security and ResilienceC. KONSTANTINOU, Florida State University
R. BHATTARAI
21ISGT1041A Cyber Kill Chain Model for Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Aggregation SystemsB. AHN, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
T. KIM, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
S-w PARK, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
K. PARK, Inha University
D. WON, Inha University
J. CHOI, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
21ISGT1081Security Threat Modeling for Power Transformers in Cyber-Physical EnvironmentsB. AHN, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
T. KIM, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
S. SMITH, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Y-W YOUN, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute
M-H RYU, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute
21ISGT1056Attacking Dynamic Power System Control Venters – A Cyber-Physical Threat AnalysisA. KUMMEROW, FRAUNHOFER IOSB-AST
D. RÖSCH, FRAUNHOFER IOSB-AST
C. BROSINSKY, Ilmenau University of Technology
A. NAUMANN, Fraunhofer IFF
S. NICOLAI, FRAUNHOFER IOSB-AST
D. WESTERMANN, Ilmenau University of Technology
21ISGT1064Cyber System Recovery for IEC 61850 SubstationsR. ZHU, Virginia Tech
J. HONG, University of Michigan-Dearborn
C-C LIU, Virginia Tech
J. WANG, The Ohio State University
21ISGT1073Impact Analysis of Data Integrity Attacks on FACTS-based Wide-Area Voltage Control SystemV. K. SINGH, Iowa State University
M. GOVINDARASU, Iowa State University
R. NUQUI, Hitachi ABB Power Grids
21ISGT1141Sequential Perturbation-based Attack Detection using DERs for Unbalanced Distribution SystemK. JHALA, Argonne National Lab
P. PRADHAN, Argonne National Lab
B. CHEN, Argonne National Lab
R. SINGH, Argonne National Lab
21ISGT1200Mitigation Strategies Against Cyberattacks on Distributed Energy ResourcesN. DUAN, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
N. YEE, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
A. OTIS, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
J-Y JOO, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
E. STEWART, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
A. BAYLES, Revolutionary Security
N. SPIERS, Revolutionary Security
E. CORTEZ, City of Riverside
21ISGT1167Analyzing the Effects of Cyberattacks on Distribution System State EstimationG. SARASWAT, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
R. YANG, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Y. LIU, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Y. ZHANG, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
21ISGT0018Concept of Resilient Electric Power and Information Communication Technology (R-EICT) Converged Network Systems Based on Overall Optimization of Autonomous Decentralized Cooperative Control of DC MicrogridsT. OTSUJI, Tohoku University
K. IWATSUKI, Tohoku University
H. YAMADA, Tohoku University
M. YASHIMA, Tohoku University
21ISGT1177Resiliency Enhancement Against WildfiresS. HOJJATINEJAD, Sharif University of Technology
M. GHASSEMI, Virginia Tech
21ISGT1243Probabilistic Resilience of DER Systems – A Simulation Assisted Optimization ApproachS. MISHRA, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
K. ANDERSON, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Distribution Systems Analysis, Operation and ControlJ. QI, Stevens Institute of Technology
M. BAGGU, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
21ISGT1199Data Lake Architecture for Distribution System OperatorB. B. CARDOSO, CERTI Foundation
S. BOING RIGHETTO, CERTI Foundation
E. L. MARTINS, CERTI Foundation
M. A. IZUMIDA MARTINS, CERTI Foundation
A. L. PEREIRA, Enel Distribuição São Paulo
S. DE FRANCISCI, Enel Distribuição São Paulo
21ISGT0005Micro-PMU-based Voltage Drop Assessment for Improving Voltage Regulation in Primary Radial Distribution FeedersR. FRAZÃO, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Maranhão
21ISGT1022A CVR On/Off Status Detection Algorithm for Measurement and VerificationW. FAN, Commonwealth Edison
M. S. HOSSAN, Commonwealth Edison
H. ZHENG, Commonwealth Edison
A. COOK, Commonwealth Edison
S. ZAIDI, Commonwealth Edison
S. A. FARD, Commonwealth Edison
A. KHODAEI, PLUG LLC
A. PAASO, Commonwealth Edison
21ISGT1144IAn Algorithm for Detaching Technical Losses from Non-Technical Losses in Distribution SystemsA. SHAH, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
W. MESBAH, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
A. ALAWAMI, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
21ISGT1244Impact of High-Level Controller Actions on Local Active End-Nodes in a Distribution GridS. RAHMAN, The University of Alabama
M. KISACIKOGLU, The University of Alabama
E. UCER, The University of Alabama
21ISGT1217Accuracy of Phase-Decoupled and Phase-Coupled Distribution Grid Power Flow ModelsA. INAOLAJI, Florida International University
A. SAVASCI, Florida International University
S. PAUDYAL, Florida International University
S. KAMALASADAN, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
21ISGT1227Low Voltage Distribution Network Simulation and Analysis for Electric Vehicle and Renewable Energy IntegrationY-O UDOAKAH, Cardiff University
21ISGT0004Modeling and Simulation of Inrush Currents in Harmonic DomainJ. XIE, PNNL
F. TUFFNER, PNNL
M. ELIZONDO, PNNL
K. SCHNEIDER, PNNL
21ISGT1145Predictive Maintenance 4.0 Applied in Electrical Power SystemsS. BOING RIGHETTO, CERTI Foundation
M. A. IZUMIDA MARTINS, CERTI Foundation
E. GEREVINI CARVALHO, Enel Distribuição São Paulo
L. TAKESHI HATTORI, Indra Brasil
S. DE FRANCISCI, Enel Distribuição São Paulo
21ISGT1088Electricity Non-Technical Loss Detection: Enhanced Cost-Driven Approach Utilizing Synthetic ControlM. ALHARBI, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
S. ALGHUMAYJAN, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
M. ALSALEH, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
D. SHAH, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A. ALABDULKAREEM, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
Electric Vehicles and Grid IntegrationV. KEKATOS, Virginia Tech
S. HENDABADI, ComEd
21ISGT1055Stochastic Modeling of Vehicle Arrival for the UK's First Electric Vehicle Charging ForecourtF. ABOSHADY, Brunel University
I. PISICA, Brunel University
C. AXON, Brunel University
21ISGT1160Analyzing Quality of Service and Operation Costs of a Multi-port DC Fast Charging StationR. BUCKREUS, The University of Alabama
M. KISACIKOGLU, The University of Alabama
M. YAVUZ, The University of Alabama
B. BALASUBRAMANIAN, The University of Alabama
R. AKSU, The University of Alabama
21ISGT1184Location Selection of Fast-Charging Station for Heavy-Duty EVs Using GIS and Grid AnalysisM. ZHANG, North Carolina State University
X. ZHU, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B. MATHER, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
P. KULKARNI, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
A. MEINTZ, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
21ISGT1113Comparison Analysis of Bipolar and Double D-shape Configurations in Inductive Power Transfer Electric Vehicle ChargersH. JAFARI, Florida International University
T. OLOWU, Florida International University
M. MAHMOUDI, Florida International University
M. MOGHADDAMI, Florida International University
A. SARWAT, Florida International University
21ISGT1234Grid Voltage Control Analysis for Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicle Charging StationsX. ZHU, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
R. MAHMUD, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B. MATHER, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
P. MISHRA, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
A. MEINTZ, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
21ISGT1240Electromagnetic Transient Simulation Algorithms for Evaluation of Large-Scale Extreme Fast Charging Systems (Distribution Grid Models)S. DEBNATH, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
J. CHOI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
21ISGT1202Optimal Sizing of an Electric Vehicle Charging Station with Integration of PV and Energy StorageG. LIU, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
S. DEBNATH, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
K. TOMSOVIC, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Electricity MarketsM. KHODAYAR, Southern Methodist University
H. WU, Kansas State University
21ISGT1051Market Value of Differentially-Private Smart Meter DataS. CHHACHHI, Imperial College London
F. TENG, Imperial College London
21ISGT1057A Multi-Objective Approach for Distributed Combined Heat and Power in Energy MarketsS. RAJASEKERAN, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
V. CENTENO, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
21ISGT1080Robust Data-Driven Profile-Based Pricing SchemesJ. CUI, Tsinghua University
H. WANG, Tsinghua University
C. WU, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
Y. YU, Tsinghua University
University
21ISGT1181On the Consumer Behavior Management in Tier PriceJ. CUI, Tsinghua University
C. WU, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
21ISGT1116Pricing for Reactive Power and Ancillary Services in Distribution Electricity MarketsJ. STEKLI, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
L. BAI, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
U. CALI , cNorwegian University of Science and Technology
21ISGT1159Proof of X: Experimental Insights on Blockchain Consensus Algorithms in Energy MarketsT. MACHACEK, MITRE Corporation
M. BISWAL, New Mexico State University
S. MISRA, New Mexico State University
21ISGT1253Participation of Networked Microgrids in Energy-as-a-Service Model for Enhancing Grid ResiliencyA. INGALALLI, UNCC
S. KAMALASADAN, UNCC
21ISGT1162Including Demand Response and Battery Energy Storage Systems in Uniform Marginal Price Based Electricity MarketsN. PADMANABHAN, University of Waterloo
K. BHATTACHARYA, University of Waterloo
Energy StorageT. NGUYEN, Sandia National Laboratories
R. SIOSHANSI, Ohio State University
21ISGT1172On Evaluation of Onsite Energy Storage for Various End-Use Facilities with Utility Bill Management, Arbitrage, and Frequency Regulation OpportunitiesF. ANGIZEH, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
A. GHOFRANI, Qatar University
E. ZAIDAN, Qatar University
M. A. JAFARI, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
21ISGT1097Storage Requirements for Grid Integration of Marine Renewable Energy - a Parametric StudyS. HANIF, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
S. BHATTACHARYA, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
V. CHALISHAZAR, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
D. BHATNAGAR, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
M. J. E. ALAM, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
B. ROBERTSON, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
D. PREZIUSO, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
R. O’NEIL, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
21ISGT1114Energy Management System for Minimizing Hydrogen Production Cost Using Integrated Battery Energy Storage and Photovoltaic SystemsA. ABOMAZID, York University
N. EL-TAWEEL, York University
H. FARAG, York University
21ISGT1166A Secondary Use – Plug-and-Play Energy Storage System Composed of Multiple Energy Storage TechnologiesM. STARKE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
P. BHOWMIK, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
B. XIAO, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
R. SREE KRISHNA MOORTHY, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
S. CAMPBELL, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
B. DEAN, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
A. THAPA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. CHINTHAVALIM, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
21ISGT1168Stochastic Sizing of Energy Storage for Installed Solar SystemsJ. CERVANTES GARCIA, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
A. QUEDAN, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
F. CHOOBINEH, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
21ISGT1226Efficient Planning Algorithms for Battery Energy Storage Applications in Distribution FeedersE. NTAKOU, Quanta Technology
K. MAHANI, Quanta Technology
S. NAZIR, Quanta Technology
F. FARZAN, Quanta Technology
R. MASIELLO, Quanta Technology
21ISGT1246Comparison Between Flexible Loads and Grid-Scale Battery Energy Storage for Value-Added ServicesA. ABBAS, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
B. CHOWDHURY, Energy Production and Infrastructure Center, UNCC
Interdependent Power and Critical InfrastrctureA. TAHA, University of Texas at San Antonio
M. DAVOUDI, Quanta Technology
21ISGT1231iCAAP: Information-Centric Network Architecture for Application-Specific Prioritization in SmartgridA. KUNNUMPURATHU JAMES, New Mexico State University
G. TORRES, New Mexico State University
S. SHRESTHA, New Mexico State University
D. TOURANI, Saint Louis University
D. MISRA, New Mexico State University
21ISGT1163SComm: A Real-Time Mutually Authenticated Secure Communication Framework for Smart GridsA. S. SANI, University of New South Wales
K. MENG, University of New South Wales
Z. Y. DONG, University of New South Wales
21ISGT1232Co-Optimization of Interdependent Water and Power Distribution NetworksK. S. AYYAGARI, The University of Texas at san Antonio
S. WANG, The University of Texas at san Antonio
N. GATSIS, The University of Texas at san Antonio
A. F. TAHA, The University of Texas at san Antonio
M. GIACOMONI, The University of Texas at San Antonio
21ISGT1174Coupled Infrastructure Simulation of Electric Grid and Transportation NetworksJ. WERT, Texas A&M University
K. SHETYE, Texas A&M University
H. LI, Texas A&M University
J. H. YEO, Texas A&M University
X. XU, Texas Transportation Institute
A. MEITIV, Texas Transportation Institute
Y. XU, Texas Transportation Institute
T. OVERBYE, Texas A&M University
21ISGT1210A Decision Support Framework for Grid-Aware Electric Bus Charge SchedulingG. A. PETTET, Vanderbilt University
M. GHOSAL, Pacific Northwest National Lab
S. MAHSEREJIAN, Pacific Northwest National Lab
S. DAVIS, Pacific Northwest National Lab
S. SRIDHAR, Pacific Northwest National Lab
A. DUBEY, Vanderbilt University
M. C. KINTNER-MEYER, Pacific Northwest National Lab
21ISGT1213Spatio-Temporal Visualization of Interdependent Battery Bus Transit and Power Distribution SystemsA. BAGHERINEZHAD, University of Utah
M. YOUNG, University of Utah
B. WANG, University of Utah
M. PARVANIA, University of Utah
Microgrids and Distributed Energy ResourcesA. SAJADI, University of Colorado at Boulder
F. DING, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
21ISGT1118Information & Integration Architecture for Distributed Energy Resources (DER)V. K. M, Southern California Edison
21ISGT1033Workflow and Process Automation of Residential DER Interconnection ReviewB. OKRUTA, ComEd
N. SELAK, ComEd
E. PAASO, ComEd
21ISGT1058BroaDER: An ATSC-based multicasting scheme for coordinating Distributed Energy Generation and Demand ResponseD. P. SEETHARAM, BitPath Inc.
S. JAVID, BitPath Inc
21ISGT1250A Graph Theory-Based Two-Level Spectral Clustering Approach for Active Power Grouping of DER Integrated Power Distribution SystemS. PATEL, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
D. S. KAMALASADAN, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
21ISGT1254Distributed Energy Resource Management System (DERMS) Solution for Feeder Voltage Violation from Utility Integrated DERsI. RAHMAN, ComEd
N. SELAK, ComEd
E. PAASO, ComEd
21ISGT1136Time-Varying Optimization-Based Consensus Control For Microgrid’s Secondary ControlF. ALSHAMMARI, Marquette University
A. EL-REFAIE, Marquette University
21ISGT1148Impedance-Based Stability Analysis of a Single-Phase Community Microgrid in Islanded ModeK. CHEN, North Carolina State University
M. BARAN, North Carolina State University
21ISGT1205Design and Evaluation of a Model-Free Frequency Control Strategy in Islanded Microgrids with Power-Hardware-in-the-Loop TestingM. FERRRARI, ORNL
B. PARK, ORNL
M. M. OLAMA, ORNL
21ISGT1209Distributed Finite-Time Secondary Control for AC Microgrids with Mobile Power Resource and Communication Time-DelaysZ. WANG, University of Rhode Island
H. JIANG, University of Rhode Island
H. HE, University of Rhode Island
Y. SUN, University of Rhode Island
21ISGT1129A Comprehensive Benefit Evaluation Model of Multi-Energy Complementary System Operation for Different Application ScenariosW. ZHU, State Grid Energy Research Institute Co., Ltd
Power Electronics and Inverter-Based ResourcesA. DAVOUDI, University of Texas at Arlington
S. DHOPLE, University of Minnesota
21ISGT1046Comparison of Electromagnetic Transient and Phasor-based Simulation for the Stability of Grid-Forming-Inverter-based MicrogridsW. DU, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
A. SINGHAL, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
F. TUFFNER, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
K. SCHNEIDER, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
21ISGT1201Coordinated Optimization and Control of Residential Solid State Power Substations in Electrical Distribution NetworkG. LIU, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
R. MOORTHY, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
J. CHOI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
K. TOMSOVIC, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
21ISGT1169A Novel State-Constrained Primary Control for Grid-Forming InvertersY. XU, University of Central Florida
Z. QU, University of Central Florida
21ISGT1180Modeling Inverters with Grid Support Functions for Power System Dynamics StudiesN. GURUWACHARYA, South Dakota State University
N. BHUJEL, South Dakota State University
U. TAMRAKAR, Sandia National Laboratories
F. WILCHES-BERNAL, Sandia National Laboratories
T. M. HANSEN, South Dakota State University
S. SURYANARAYANAN, South Dakota State University
R. TONKOSKI, South Dakota State University
21ISGT1219Architecture of a Residential Solid State Power Substation (SSPS) NodeR. S. KRISHNA MOORTHY, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
G. LIU, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
J. CHOI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
A. ASWAD, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. STARKE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
21ISGT1233Grid Value Investigation of Medium-Voltage Back-to-Back ConvertersX. ZHU, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
A. SINGH, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B. MATHER, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
21ISGT1238A Universal Multiple Inverter Control Architecture with Droop Control for Unbalanced AC GridsA. INGALALLI, UNCC
S. KAMALASADAN, UNCC
21ISGT1190Efficient Transient Simulation of Single-Phase Grid-Feeding Converter System Using Frequency Response Optimized IntegratorsS. LEI, Illinois Institute of Technology
A. FLUECK, Illinois Institute of Technology
Renewable Energy SystemsA. HOOSHYAR, University of Toronto
P. DEHGHANIAN, George Washington University
21ISGT0008Performance Analysis of Distance Protection in Presence of Type III Wind Turbine GeneratorsA. MOHAMMADHASSANI, Virginia Tech
N. SKOFF, Virginia Tech
A. MEHRIZI-SANI, Virginia Tech
21ISGT1126On the Reliability and Life Cycle Cost Analyses of Small-scale Standalone Solar Systems in Rural AreasP. ALIKHANI, University Grenoble Alpes
A. MRAD, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
H. LOUIE, Seattle University
L. BERTLING TJERNBERG, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
21ISGT1170From Solar Home Systems to Smart Hybrid Mini-Grid Systems - A Nigerian Case StudyU. EKPE, Akwa Ibom State University
V. UMOH, Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited
21ISGT1258Model Based Predictive Control for Frequency Support in Multi-port Autonomous Reconfigurable Solar Plantsp. r. v. MARTHI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
S. DEBNATH, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Q. XIA, Georgia Institute of Technology
M. CROW, Missouri University of Science and Technology
21ISGT1264Comparative Study of Numerical Solving Techniques for Modeling Photovoltaic GeneratorsS. S. TANZIN AUTHOI, University of Sydney
P-H HUANG, Tesla
W. XIAO, University of Sydney
21ISGT1186Impact of Momentary Cessation on Sub-cycle Dynamics in Grid-Connected Solar PV SystemsA. EKIC , North Dakota State University
M. MAHARJAN, North Dakota State University
B. STROMBECK, North Dakoda State University
D. WU, North Dakota State University
21ISGT0011Optimized Renewable Energy Integration for EV High-Power Dynamic Wireless Charging SystemsR. ZENG, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
V. GALIGEKERE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
O. ONAR, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
B. OZPINECI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
21ISGT1146Smart and Agile Local Energy Systems Hold the Key for Broader Net-Zero Energy TransitionsLM. ASHTINE, University of Oxford
S. WHEELER, University of Oxford
D. WALLOM, University of Oxford
Testbeds, Datasets and Software IntegrationA. SRIVASTAVA, Washington State University
M. KORKALI, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
21ISGT1128Privacy-Preserving Synthetic Smart Meters DataG. DEL GROSSO, INRIA
G. PICHLER, Technische Universität Wien
P. PIANTANIDA, Universite Paris Saclay
21ISGT1178A Co-simulation-based Hardware-in-the-loop Architecture for Validating Power Systems Optimization with Large-scale Grid ModelsG. R. BHARATI, OPAL-RT Corporation
S. CHAKRABORTY, OPAL-RT Corporation
J. DARRAH , OPAL-RT Corporation
21ISGT1187Sensors with Intelligent Measurement Platform and Low-cost Equipment (SIMPLE) – Performance CharacterizationC. KLIROS, ComEd
N. GURUNG, ComEd
B. KREGEL, ComEd
L. ZHANG, ComEd
M. LELIC, ComEd
F. RAHMATIAN, NuGrid Power Corp
P. CHAVEZ, NuGrid Power Corp
F. KATIRAEI, Quanta Technology
21ISGT1191Hardware-in-the-Loop Evaluation of an Advanced Distributed Energy Resource Management AlgorithmJ. WANG, NREL
J. SIMPSON, NREL
R. YANG, NREL
B. PALMINTIER, NREL
S. TIWARI, NREL
Y. ZHANG, NREL
21ISGT1208A Communication Testbed for Testing Power Electronic Agent SystemsB. DEAN, University of Tennessee
M. STARKE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. SMITH, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. CHINTHAVLI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
L. TOLBERT, University of Tennessee
21ISGT1221Defining a Use Case for the ADMS Test Bed: Fault Location, Isolation, and Service Restoration with Distributed Energy ResourcesA. PRATT, NREL
I. MENDOZA, NREL
H. PADULLAPARTI, NREL
M. BAGGU, NREL
Y. NGO, Survalent
H. ARANT, Central Georgia EMC
21ISGT1192Phasor Based Control with the Distributed, Extensible Grid Control PlatformK. MOFFAT, UC Berkeley
J. PAKSHONG, UC Berkeley
L. CHU, UC Berkeley
G. FIERRO, UC Berkeley
J. SWARTZ, UC Berkeley
M. BAUDETTE, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
A. VON MEIER, UC Berkeley
21ISGT1193Big Data Analysis of Massive PMU Datasets: A Data Platform PerspectiveV. KUMAR, GE Research
T. WANG, GE Research
K. AGGOUR, GE Research
P. WANG, GE Research
P. HART, GE Research
W. YAN, GE Research
21ISGT1222Interface Module for Smart Load Participants in a Transactive Energy Environment- Design and ImplementationO. EL-ASKALANY, Ryerson University
K. BAHNAN, Ryerson University
H. SHAHID, Ryerson University
A. MOHAMED, Ryerson University
B. VENKATESH, Ryerson University
Transmission Systems Analysis, Operation and ControlA. PAL, Arizona State University
C. CHEN, University of British Columbia
21ISGT1223A Sensitive-eigenvalues based Global Algorithm for Penalized SDP Relaxation of ACOPFM. BARATI, University of Pittsburgh
M. ZHAO, University of Pittsburgh
21ISGT1257Low-Cost Analysis of Load Flow Computing Using Embedded Computer Empowered by GPUD. RODRIGUEZ MEDINA, GERS
D. L. ALVAREZ A., Universidad Nacional de Colombia
D. GOMEZ, GERS
J. GERS, GERS
S. RIVERA, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
21ISGT1235Health-Focused Optimal Power FlowL. KUMAR, Nanyang Technological University
P. PAREEK, Nanyang Technological University
S. NADARAJAN, Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd
S. DASGUPTA, Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd
A. GUPTA, Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd
H. D. NGUYEN, Nanyang Technological University
21ISGT1054Smart Transmission Expansion Planning-based Unconventional High Surge Impedance Loading Line DesignsA. LOTFI, Sharif University of Technology
M. GHASSEMI, Virginia Tech
21ISGT1069 Model Validation Study for Central American Regional Electrical Interconnected SystemX. FAN, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
M. ELIZONDO, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
P. ETINGOV, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
M. VALLEM, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
S. BISWAS, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
S. PAL, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
C. ERROA, ENTE OPERADOR REGIONAL
C. MUNOZ, ENTE OPERADOR REGIONAL
D. POLANCO, ENTE OPERADOR REGIONAL
V. VILLEDA, ENTE OPERADOR REGIONAL
21ISGT1135Precise Timing Based on Pulsar Observation for Grid SynchronizationX. LUO, University of Tennessee
H. YIN, University of Tennessee
W. QIU, University of Tennessee
L. ZHANG, University of Tennessee
Y. LIU, University of Tennessee
21ISGT1152Frequency Deviation Controller for Inter-Area Oscillations Damping in Smart GridsP. MACEDO, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
S. WASTI, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
V. DISFANI, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
21ISGT1179On Optimal Grid Partitioning for Distributed Optimization of Reactive Power DispatchA. MURRAY, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
M. KYESSWA, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
H. ÇAKMAK, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
V. HAGENMEYER, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
21ISGT1259A Two-Stage Combined UC-OPF Model Using Mixed Integer and Semi-Definite Programming B. D. BISWAS, UNC Charlotte
S. KAMALASADAN, UNCC
S. PAUDYAL, FIU
21ISGT1039A Robust Yule-Walker Method for Online Monitoring of Power System Electromechanical Modes of OscillationJ. FOLLUM, PNNL
T. BECEJAC, PNNL
P. ETINGOV, PNNL
Wide-Area Monitoring and Phasor Measurement UnitsJ. ZHAO, Mississipi State University
H. LIVANI, University of Nevada, Reno
21ISGT1197FluxPMU --- A Maker's Guide of a DIY Synchronized Phasor Measurement UnitE. WILLIAMSON, Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute
L. VANFRETTI, Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute
P. ADHIKARI, Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute
J. W. DZIUBA, Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute
D. LAVERTY, Queen’s University Belfast
21ISGT1123Event-Based Analysis of Solar Power Distribution Feeder Using Micro-PMU MeasurementsP. KHALEDIAN, University of California, Riverside
A. ALIGHOLIAN, University of California, Riverside
H. MOHSENIAN-RAD, University of California, Riverside
21ISGT1225PMU-Data-Driven Event Classification in Power Transmission GridsI. NIAZAZARI, University of Nevada, Reno
Y. LIU, University of Nevada, Reno
A. GHASEMKHANI, California State University San Bernardino
S. BISWAS, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
H. LIVANI, University of Nevada, Reno
L. YANG, University of Nevada, Reno
V. CENTENO, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
21ISGT1247Spatio-Temporal Frequency Domain Analysis of PMU Data for Unsupervised Event DetectionD. SENARATNE, Oregon State University
J. KIM, Oregon State University
E. COTILLA-SANCHEZ, Oregon State University

21ISGT1103Low-Rank Tensor Completion for PMU Data RecoveryA. GHASEMKHANI, California State University San Bernardino
Y. LIU, University of Nevada Reno
L. YANG, University of Nevada Reno
21ISGT1122Toward Efficient Wide-Area Identification of Multiple Element Contingencies in Power SystemsH. HUANG, Texas A&M University
Z. MAO, Texas A&M University
M. R. NARIMANI, Texas A&M University
K. DAVIS, Texas A&M University
21ISGT1061Estimation of Electromechanical Modes of Oscillation in the Eastern Interconnection from Ambient PMU DataJ. FOLLUM, PNNL
T. BECEJAC, PNNL
R. HUANG, PNNL
21ISGT1185Data Driven Sparse Error Correction for PMU Measurements under GPS Spoofing AttacksS. DE SILVA, Oregon State University
J. KIM, Oregon State University
E. COTILLA-SANCHEZ, Oregon State University

Call for Papers

The format for the virtual conference will be that all presentations (Keynotes, Plenaries, Panels, and Posters) will be pre-recorded, along with live Q&A sessions.
To submit your paper, visit the portal here

The twelfth Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT 2021), sponsored by the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES), will be held on February 15 – 18, 2021 as a virtual meeting with the theme “Technology Solutions for an Evolving Grid”.

ISGT 2021 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. The drivers behind this change include the dramatic increase in deployments of renewable and Distributed Energy Resources (DERs), the evolving resilience threats, global health crisis, and new business and operating concepts and services. The conference will feature plenary sessions, panels, technical papers presented in poster sessions, and tutorials.

The key focus of ISGT is to facilitate in-depth multi-disciplinary discussions among the participants – sharing experiences and lessons learned, and raising the awareness and understanding of the latest concepts, applications, and technologies. The theme for ISGT 2021 is “Technology Solutions for an Evolving Grid” with three tracks: 1) Agility and Resilience of Critical Energy Infrastructure, 2) Innovation and Adoption of New Grid Technologies, and 3) Distributed Grid-Edge and Behind-the-Meter Technology.

The Conference Organizing Committee invites practitioners and researchers worldwide to submit papers on conference topics outlined below. Accepted papers presented at the conference by the authors will be posted in IEEE Xplore (accepted papers will be presented in poster sessions). Also, to promote a more efficient and comprehensive engagement among participants, ISGT 2021 will endeavor to make the 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 scope covers the three tracks and could include the following general topics:

 

Track 1: Agility and Resilience of Critical Energy Infrastructure  

  • Grid resiliency and reliability assessment, metrics and evaluation methods
  • Lessons learned from grid operations under global health crisis conditions
  • Operational and regulatory coordination challenges and possibilities at the transmission and distribution systems
  • Application of “Big Data” and advanced analytics to grid planning and operations
  • Technologies and methodologies for advancing physical and cybersecurity
  • Taking advantage of distribution system and other flexibility for enhanced resilience
  • New business models to enable resilience

 

Track 2: Innovation and Adoption of New Grid Technologies

  • Technologies and methodologies addressing grid integration of DER and Demand Response, including DERMS, ADMS, microgrids, and next generation smart inverters
  • Distribution markets and system platforms (DSP, DSO, etc.)
  • Transportation electrification including autonomous electric vehicles and charging infrastructure
  • Transactive Energy Systems and emerging hardware/software technologies (Internet of Things, Blockchain, etc.)
  • Next generation AMI, PMU, sensing, communications and control
  • Applications of Big Data, advanced analytics, cloud computing, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence
  • Advanced transmission concepts and projects, including planning and operations tools, HVDC, etc.
  • Emerging substation and distribution automation technologies (advanced FLISR, Volt-VAR Optimization, etc.)

 

Track 3: Distributed Grid-Edge and Behind-the-Meter Technologies

  • Edge computing, control and analytics
  • Smart controls, analytics, and sensors in end-use devices
  • Smart cities applications, including smart buildings and smart street lighting
  • Cyber-physical security of grid-edge devices

 

Manuscript Submission 

Complete manuscripts (maximum length 5 pages, and in accordance with the PES Author’s Kit) are to be submitted by October 2, 2020 (no later than 11:59 PM Eastern) via the document submission portal.

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 in a poster session. Please contact 2021isgt@ieee.org with any questions.

 

Conference Registration

Information on conference registration will be available on the ISGT 2021 website.

 

Conference Organizing Committee

  • Conference Chair: Julio Romero-Aguero
  • Technical Program Chair: Farrokh Rahimi
  • Technical Vice Chair: Dale Player
  • Publication Chair: Masood Parvania
  • Publication Vice Chair: Charles Hanley

 

Important Dates

  • Paper Submission Site opens: May 11, 2020
  • Paper Submission Deadline: October 2, 2020 (at 11:59 PM EST)
  • Notification of Paper Session Acceptance: November 30, 2020

 

Contact: 2021isgt@ieee.org

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