Papers/Posters

Tuesday, February 18, 2020, 5-7 pm Poster Session and Demonstrations (Complimentary Food)
PAPERS AND AUTHORS:
2020ISGT0010Robust Medium-Voltage Distribution System State Estimation using Multi-Source Data J. ZHAO, Mississippi State University
C. HUANG, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
L. MILI, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Y. ZHANG, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
L. MIN, Stanford University
2019ISGT0017Blockchain-based Sensor Data Validation for Security in the Future Electric Grid A. COLACO, Lehigh University
N. KYATSANDRA GURUKUMAR, Lehigh University
R. BLUM, Lehigh University
H. KORTH, Lehigh University
2020ISGT0018Instantaneous Flicker Control Strategy with OLTC-Fitted Distribution Transformers in LV Networks A. ARSHAD, Aalto University
M. POURAKBARI-KASMAEI, Aalto University
M. LEHTONEN, Aalto University
2020ISGT0019Monitoring RAS Operation by Online Transient Stability Analysis Tool: Implementation and Lessons Learned S. KINCIC, Peak Reliability
H. ZHANG, Peak Reliability
F. HOWELL, PowerTech Labs Inc.
2020ISGT0029A Distributed Privacy Preserving Framework for the Smart Grid G. WAGH, Rochester Institute of Technology
S. GUPTA, Rochester Institute of Technology
S. MISHRA, Rochester Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0031Mobile Edge Computing Sensors Enable Grid Predictive MaintenanceJ. LAULETTA, Exacter Inc
R. DASARI, University of Akron
Y. SOZER, University of Akron
J. GARCIA, University of Akron
2020ISGT0040Energy Management of Fuel Cell/Battery and Ultra-capacitor Hybrid Energy Storage System for Electric VehicleZ. AMJADI, Harley-Davidson
2020ISGT0047Optimal Scheduling of Multi-Carrier Energy System Based on Energy Hub Concept Considering Power-to-Gas Storage R. HABIBIFAR, Sharif University of Technology
M. KHOSHJAHAN, Texas A&M University
M. GHASEMI, Bu-Ali Sina University
2020ISGT0048Estimation of Power System Inertia Under Normal Operating Conditions F. ZENG, South China University of Technology
J. ZHANG, South China University of Technology
2020ISGT0051Backward/Forward Sweep based Power Flow Analysis of Distribution Systems under Uncertainty using New Affine Arithmetic Division A. BALA SURENDRA, Indian Institute of Technology - Madras
B. KALYAN KUMAR, Indian Institute of Technology - Madras
2020ISGT0054Evolving Distribution Utility Rate Structures to Accommodate Emerging TechnologiesA. NAGARAJAN, National Renewable Energy Lab
J. ZHANG, Clarkson University
2020ISGT0057Real-time Modeling of Photovoltaic Strings under Partial Shading ConditionsK. WANG, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
J. MA, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
K. MAN, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
2020ISGT0060Using Power Infrastructures for Wildfire Detection in California E. ERICKSON, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
R. SLOBODIN, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
M. POSHTAN, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
J. CALLENES, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
T. TAUFIK, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
2020ISGT0068Reputation-based Collaborative Distributed Energy Management System Framework for Cyber-physical Microgrids: Resilience against Profit-driven AttacksZ. CHENG, NC State University
M. CHOW, NC State University
2020ISGT0070Impact of Demand Response on Generation Expansion Planning in the Brazilian Interconnected Power SystemG. MULLER, EPE
2020ISGT0074Advanced Tracking Strategies for Charging Electric Vehicle BatteriesM. PASHA KHAN, University of Minnesota Duluth
D. NAIDU, University of Minnesota Duluth
O. EGBUE, University of South Carolina Upstate
2020ISGT0076A New Generation of AGC using Repetitive LearningY. WENG, Nanyang Technological University
H. DINH NGUYEN, Nanyang Technological University
2020ISGT0081Simulation-Based Study on Dynamic and Transient Phenomena and Characteristics of Medium-low Voltage DC GridQ. WANG, Tsinghua University
S. ZHANG, Tsinghua University
S. YU, Tsinghua University
Y. SUN, Tsinghua University
Y. WEI, Tsinghua University
Y. ZHU, Tsinghua University
S. ZOU, State Grid Jiangsu Electric Power Company
2020ISGT0084A Deep Reinforcement Learning Based Approach for Home Energy Management SystemH. LI, University of Rhode Island
Z. WAN, University of Rhode Island
H. HE, University of Rhode Island
2020ISGT0087A Transactive Grid with Microgrids Using Blockchain for the Energy InternetI. DIMOBI, Virginia Tech
M. PIPATTANASOMPORN, Virginia Tech
S. RAHMAN, Virginia Tech
2020ISGT0088Enhanced Grid Stability through GIC elimination and Grid SupportM. NAZIR, Clemson University
K. BURKES, Savannah River National Laboratory
J. ENSLIN, Clemson University
2020ISGT0089Generator Dynamic Model Calibration using Multiple Disturbance EventsH. WANG, GE Global Research
K. MAHAPATRA, GE Global Research
2020ISGT0090Stochastic Optimal Load Shedding with Heterogeneous Load ZonesY. ZHANG, University of California, Santa Cruz
S. MOURA, University of California, Berkeley
2020ISGT0093Data-Driven Secondary Voltage Control Design using PMU MeasurementsM. NASCIMENTO, University of Campinas
R. T. BERNARDO, University of Campinas
D. DOTTA, University of Campinas
2020ISGT0094Investigation of the Impact of Weather on Multi-Machine Transient Stability AnalysisA. AHMED, TUMCREATE Ltd
F. STEVENS MCFADDEN, Robinson Research Institute, Victoria University of Wellington
R. RAYUDU, Victoria University of Wellington
T. MASSIER, TUMCREATE Ltd
2020ISGT0101Unlocking residential Energy Flexibility on a Large Scale Through a Newly Standardized InterfaceM. KONSMAN, TNO
W. WIJBRANDI, TNO
G. HUITEMA, TNO
2020ISGT0102A Fog-based Approach to Secure Smart Grids Against Data Integrity AttacksM. DAVOODI, University of Georgia
R. MOSLEMI, University of Georgia
W. SONG, University of Georgia
J. MOHAMMADPOUR VELNI, University of Georgia
2020ISGT0104Grid Connected PV System with Reactive Power Compensation for the GridA. DHANERIA, ELECTRICAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
2020ISGT0106Timer Trigger Parameter Tuning Method of Primary Frequency Regulation for BESSY. CHEN, Yunnna Power Grid Corporation
Y. ZHAO, Zhejiang University
G. GENG, Zhejiang University
Q. JIANG, Zhejiang University
W. LIU, Zhejiang University
L. LI, Yunnna Power Grid Corporation
2020ISGT0117Stability Evaluation of a Multi-objective Dispatch of Frequency Control Generators in Cross-Regional Operation under Various ConditionsD. AZAMI, Waseda University
A. KANEKO, Waseda University
Y. HAYASHI, Waseda University
S. NONAKA, Electric Power Development Co., Ltd.,
2020ISGT0123High-Frequency, Multiclass Nonintrusive Load Monitoring for Grid-Interactive Residential BuildingsB. LUNDSTROM, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
G. SARASWAT, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
M. SALAPAKA, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
2020ISGT0125Fast Coherent Area-Based Phasor Measurement Unit Placement for Power System Dynamic Vulnerability Assessment via Hierarchical ClusteringY. MATSUKAWA, Kyushu Institute of Technology
M. WATANABE, Kyushu Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0128Lithium-ion BESS Integration for Smart Grid Applications - ECM Modelling ApproachC. PARTHASARATHY, University of Vaasa
H. HAFEZI, University of Vaasa
H. LAAKSONEN, University of Vaasa
2020ISGT01292020ISGT0129 M. ELKAZAZ, the university of nottingham
M. SUMNER, the university of nottingham
D. THOMAS, the university of nottingham
2020ISGT0130Bayesian Structural Time Series for Behind-the-Meter Photovoltaic Disaggregation P. SHAFERY, University of Colorado Boulder
R. YANG, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Y. ZHANG, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2020ISGT0132A New Subtractive Clustering Based ANFIS System for Residential Load ForecastingS. ALAM, The University of Memphis
M. ALI, The University of Memphis
2020ISGT0134Understanding Impacts of Data Integrity Attacks on Transactive Control SystemsS. PAL, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
S. BISWAS, Virginia Tech
S. SRIDHAR, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
A. ASHOK, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
J. HANSEN, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
V. AMATYA, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2020ISGT0135Algorithms for Optimal Power Flow in Isolated Distribution Networks Using Different Battery Energy Storage ModelsC. SHAH, University of Alaska Fairbanks
R. WIES, University of Alaska Fairbanks
2020ISGT0136Optimization of Cybersecurity Investment Strategies in the Smart Grid Using Game-TheoryB. HYDER, Iowa State University
M. GOVINDARASU, Iowa State University
2020ISGT0137System Service Provision Capabilities of Storage Devices Connected to a MV Distribution Network: A Northern Ireland Case StudyA. BAGCHI, Queens University Belfast
R. BEST, Queens University Belfast
D. MORROW, Queens University Belfast
J. POLLOCK, ESB Networks
I. BAILIE, NIE Networks
A. CUPPLES, NIE Networks
2020ISGT0138A Decentralized Electric Vehicle Charge Scheduling Scheme for Tracking Power ProfilesN. NIMALSIRI, Australian National University
D. SMITH, CSIRO Data61
E. RATNAM, Australian National University
C. MEDIWATHTHE, Australian National University
S. HALGAMUGE, University of Melbourne
2020ISGT0140SolarNet: A Deep Convolutional Neural Network for Solar Forecasting via Sky ImagesC. FENG, The University of Texas at Dallas
J. ZHANG, The University of Texas at Dallas
2020ISGT0143Towards Comparability in Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring: On Data and Performance EvaluationC. KLEMENJAK, University of Klagenfurt
S. MAKONIN, Simon Fraser University
W. ELMENREICH, University of Klagenfurt
2020ISGT0144Optimal Bidding/Offering Strategy for EV Aggregators under a Novel Business ModelD. CHEN, South China University of Technology
Z. JING, South China University of Technology
2020ISGT0147Distributed Average Consensus Algorithm for Damage Assessment of Power Distribution System S. POUDEL, Washington State University
H. SUN, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
D. NIKOVSKI, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
J. ZHANG, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
2020ISGT0150An Approach to Condition Assessment of High-Voltage Insulators by Ultrasound and an Ensemble of Convolutional Neural NetworksG. GOMES, University of São Paulo - USP
D. CARRIJO, University of São Paulo - USP
A. CAMPOS, University of São Paulo - USP
F. SILVA, University of São Paulo - USP
R. FEHLBERG, University of São Paulo - USP
B. SARDINHA, University of São Paulo - USP
D. RABELO, Federal Institute of São Paulo
R. FLAUZINO, University of São Paulo - USP
2020ISGT0151Scalable Transmission Expansion Under Uncertainty Using Three-stage Stochastic OptimizationD. SIGLER, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
J. MAACK, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
I. SATKAUSKAS, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
M. REYNOLDS, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
W. JONES, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
M. REYNOLDS, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2020ISGT0155Identification of Worst Impact Zones for Power Grids During Extreme Weather Events Using Q-learningS. PAUL, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
F. DING, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2020ISGT0156Forced Oscillations in the Western Interconnection with the Pacific DC Intertie Wide Area Damping ControllerF. WILCHES-BERNAL, Sandia National Labs
B. PIERRE, Sandia National Labs
D. SCHOENWALD, Sandia National Labs
R. ELLIOTT, Sandia National Labs
R. BYRNE, Sandia National Labs
J. NEELY, Sandia National Labs
D. TRUDNOWSKI, Montana Technological University
2020ISGT0160Detection and Segmentation of Power Line Fires in Videos J. SHI, University of California Riverside
W. WANG, University of California Riverside
Y. GAO, University of California Riverside
N. YU, University of California Riverside
2020ISGT0161Improved Hybrid HVDC Circuit Breaker with Power Flow Control Capability for HVDC Grids J. WU, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
Y. LIU, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
J. XIAO, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
J. HOU, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
X. ZHAO, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
G. WANG, Zhejiang University
X. LI, Zhejiang University
Z. YU, Zhejiang University
Z. XU, Zhejiang University
2020ISGT0164Quantitative Evaluation of Reliability Improvement: Case Study on a Self-healing Distribution SystemJ. DONG, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
L. ZHU, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
P. KRITPRAJUN, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Y. LIU, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
L. TOLBERT, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
J. HAMBRICK, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
K. SCHNEIDER, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
S. LAVAL, Duke Energy
2020ISGT0171An Integrated Transmission-Distribution Modeling for Phasor-Domain Dynamic Analysis in Real-timeG. BHARATI, Opal-RT corporation
S. CHAKRABORTY, Opal-RT corporation
C. DUAN, Northwestern University
T. NISHIKAWA, Northwestern University
2020ISGT0177Analysis of Cyber Attacks Against Micro-PMUs: The Case of Event Source Location IdentificationM. KAMAL, University of California, Riverside
M. FARAJOLLAHI, University of California, Riverside
H. MOHSENIAN-RAD, University of California, Riverside
2020ISGT0179SHARP-Net: Platform for Self-Healing and Attack Resilient PMU NetworksV. SINGH, Iowa State University
E. VAUGHAN, Colorado School of Mines
J. RIVERA, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2020ISGT0180Sparse Distribution System State Estimation: An Approximate Solution Against Low ObservabilityA. AKRAMI, University of California, Riverside
S. ASIF, University of California, Riverside
H. MOHSENIAN-RAD, University of California, Riverside
2020ISGT0181HIL-validation of an Extremum Seeking-Based Controller for Advanced DER ManagementM. BAUDETTE, Berkeley Lab
D. ARNOLD, Berkeley Lab
C. BREADEN, Smarter Grid Solutions
M. SANKUR, Berkeley Lab
D. CALLAWAY , University of California Berkeley
J. MACDONALD, Berkeley Lab
2020ISGT0183An Algorithmic View on Optimal Storage Sizing Z. WANG, Tsinghua University
K. WANG, Tsinghua University
Y. YU, Tsinghua University
C. WU, Tsinghua University
2020ISGT0184Optimization of Battery Energy Storage and Building HVAC Systems for Energy Cost Efficiency and Frequency RegulationK. RAHBAR, A*STAR
C. CHAI, A*STAR
2020ISGT0185A Comparative Study of Benders Decomposition and ADMM for Decentralized Optimal Power Flow S. CANDAS, Technical University of Munich
K. ZHANG, TUMCREATE Ltd.
T. HAMACHER, Technical University of Munich
2020ISGT0186Economic Assessment of Battery Energy Storage Systems for Reducing Production Deviations of Wind FarmsC. UTRILLA, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, ETSI ICAI
L. ROUCO, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, ETSI ICAI
2020ISGT0192A Seamless Cloud Migration Approach to Secure Distributed Legacy Industrial SCADA Systems R. KHAN, Queen's University Belfast
K. MCLAUGHLIN, Queen's University Belfast
B. KANG, Queen's University Belfast
D. LAVERTY, Queen's University Belfast
S. SEZER, Queen's University Belfast
2020ISGT0193Online Voltage Stability Monitoring and Control Using Limited Synchrophasor MeasurementsR. ZHU, Virginia Tech
C. LIU, Virginia Tech
2020ISGT0194Optimal Decentralized Control of Islanded Microgrids via Cyber Interactions F. AHAMED, York University
P. SRIKANTHA, York University
2020ISGT0196Implementation of Intrusion Detection Methods for Distributed Photovoltaic Inverters at the Grid-EdgeC. JONES, Sandia National Laboratories
A. CHAVEZ, Sandia National Laboratories
R. DARBALI-ZAMORA, Sandia National Laboratories
S. HOSSAIN-MCKENZIE, Sandia National Laboratories
2020ISGT0199Uncertainty Quantification in Stochastic Economic Dispatch using Gaussian Process EmulationZ. HU, University of California-Santa Cruz
Y. XU, Virginia Tech
M. KORKALI, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
X. CHEN, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
L. MILI, Virginia Tech
C. TONG, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
2020ISGT0201Potential for Domestic Thermal Storage to Absorb Excess Renewable Energy in a Low Carbon FutureA. VIJAY, University of Oxford
S. MOTHILAL BHAGAVATHY, University of Oxford
M. MCCULLOCH, University of Oxford
2020ISGT0202Robust Transmission Network Expansion Planning With N-k Security Criterion and Uncertainty FactorsY. WANG, Sichuan University
Y. SONG, Sichuan University
S. HU, Sichuan University
2020ISGT0203Energy Storage Sizing and Operation of an Integrated Utility-Scale PV+ESS Power PlantQ. XIA, Georgia Institute of Technology
S. DEBNATH, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. SAEEDIFARD, Georgia Institute of Technology
P. MARTHI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. ARIFUJJAMAN, Southern California Edison
2020ISGT0204Reliable Power Grid Expansion Considering N-1-1 ContingenciesD. ZUNIGA VAZQUEZ, University of Arizona
J. RUIZ DUARTE, University of Arizona
N. FAN, University of Arizona
F. QIU, Argonne National Laboratory
J. WANG, Southern Methdist University
2020ISGT0205Reaction to Detected Cyberattacks in Smart Distribution SystemsM. ANSARI, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
A. ASRARI, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
2020ISGT0206Linear Quadratic Regulator Controller to Improve Transient Frequency Stability Through Virtual Inertia A. LUNA, South Dakota State University
U. TAMRAKAR, South Dakota State University
R. TONKOSKI, South Dakota State University
S. HIETPAS, South Dakota State University
2020ISGT0208Optimal Sizing of PV and Energy Storage in an Electric Vehicle Extreme Fast Charging Station G. LIU, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Y. XUE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
K. TOMSOVIC, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
2020ISGT0210Adversarial Examples on Power Systems State EstimationA. SAYGHE, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University & Florida State University
O. ANUBI, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and Florida State University
C. KONSTANTINOU, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and Florida State University
2020ISGT0211Integrating Heterogeneous Demand Response into N-1 Security Assessment by Multi-Parametric ProgrammingG. RUAN, EILAB
H. ZHONG, EILAB
Q. XIA, EILAB
C. KANG, EILAB
Q. WANG, State Grid Hebei Electric Power Co.Ltd
X. CAO, State Grid Hebei Electric Power Co.Ltd\
2020ISGT0213Implementing a Decentralized Volt/VAR Scheme on a Smart Distribution SystemV. MUTHUKARUPPAN, North Carolina State University
M. BARAN, North Carolina State University
2020ISGT0214PMU Visibility GraphsL. SHALALFEH, German Jordanian University
P. BOGDAN, University of Southern California
E. JONCKHEERE, University of Southern California
2020ISGT0216Fault Location in Low Voltage Smart Grids Based on Similarity Criteria in the Principal Component SubspaceL. SOUTO, Universitat de Girona
J. MELÉNDEZ, Universitat de Girona
S. HERRAIZ, Universitat de Girona
2020ISGT0218Three Birds One Stone: A Solution to Maximize Renewable Generation, Incentivize Battery Deployment, and Promote Green Transportation H. HAYAJNEH, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
M. LAINFIESTA, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
X. ZHANG, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
2020ISGT0220Residential Aggregator Risk-Constrained Profit Maximization Under Demand Response H. KANAKRI, Kansas State University
A. PAHWA, Kansas State University
M. FAQIRY, Kansas State University
H. WU, Kansas State University
B. NATARAJAN, Kansas State University
2020ISGT0222Analysis of Energy Storage Technologies for Island MicrogridsA. SANTOS, Southern Denmark University
Z. MA, Southern Denmark University
M. AGERGAARD, Southern Denmark University
S. RASMUSSEN, Southern Denmark University
B. JØRGENSEN, Southern Denmark University
2020ISGT0223A Nonlinear Regression Method for Composite Protection Modeling of Induction Motor LoadsS. KUNDU, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Z. CHU, Arizona State University
Y. LIU, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Y. TANG, Microsoft Corporation
Q. HUANG, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
D. JAMES, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Y. ZHANG, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
P. ETINGOV, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
D. CHASSIN, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
2020ISGT0225The Challenges of Valuing Distributed GenerationK. DSOUZA, North Carolina State University
S. HALBE, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
M. THOMAS, Belk College of Business
A. PROUDLOVE, NC Clean Energy Technology Center
M. BARAN, North Carolina State University
B. CHOWDHURY, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
P. SCHWARZ, Belk College of Engineering
2020ISGT0226Transmission Expansion Planning with Seasonal Network OptimizationX. LI, University of Houston
Q. XIA, Georgia Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0227Sizing and Operation of BESS to Increase Loadability of a Weak Distribution FeederV. SALEHI, Southern California Edison
S. KAHROBAEE, Southern California Edison
J. ARAIZA, Southern California Edison
2020ISGT0229Quantifying Technical Diversity Benefits of Wind as a Distributed Energy ResourceA. REIMAN, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
J. HOMER, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
B. BHATTARAI, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
A. ORRELL, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2020ISGT0235UFPR Microgrid: A Benchmark for Distributed Generation and Energy Efficiency ResearchG. OLIVEIRA, Federal University of Paraná
R. KUIAVA, Federal University of Paraná
G. LEANDRO, Federal University of Paraná
J. VILELA JUNIOR, Federal University of Paraná
R. DEMONTI, Federal University of Paraná
E. RIBEIRO, Federal University of Paraná
J. DIAS, Federal University of Paraná
E. CASTRO, Federal University of Paraná
A. PEDRETTI, COPEL DIS S.A
2020ISGT0238Anomaly Detection in IoT-Based PIR Occupancy Sensors to Improve Building Energy EfficiencyE. SAMANI, University of California, Riverside
P. KHALEDIAN, University of California, Riverside
A. ALIGHOLIAN, University of California, Riverside
E. PAPALEXAKIS, University of California, Riverside
S. CUN, California State University, Long Beach
M. NAZARI, Wayne State University
H. MOHSENIAN-RAD, University of California, Riverside
2020ISGT0241A Copula Enhanced Convolution for Uncertainty AggregationB. LI, University of Texas at Dallas
J. ZHANG, University of Texas at Dallas
B. HOBBS, Johns Hopkins University
2020ISGT0248Optimal Energy Interruption Planning and Generation Re-dispatch for Improving Reliability during Contingencies S. KHAN, Austrian Institute of Technology
H. SAWSAN, Austrian Institute of Technology
H. BRUNNER, Austrian Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0255Optimal Multi-layer Reactive Power Regulation of Solar PV Systems in Distribution NetworksH. NGUYEN, Yokohama National University
T. TSUJI, Yokohama National University
2020ISGT0258Distributed Secondary Control of Energy Storage Unit for SoC balancing in AC MicrogridM. BEGUM, University of Technology Sydney
L. LI, University of Technology Sydney
J. ZHU, University of Sydney
2020ISGT0260A Game Theory Approach for Maximum Utilization of Wind Power by DR in Residential ConsumersM. TAVAKKOLI, Aalto University
S. FATTAHEIAN-DEHKORDI, Aalto University
M. POURAKBARI-KASMAEI, Aalto University
M. LISKI, Aalto University
M. LEHTONEN, Aalto University
2020ISGT0265A MINLP Model to Optimize Battery Placement and Operation in Smart GridsC. DOS SANTOS, University of Campinas
P. BARTMEYER, University of Campinas
E. CAVALHEIRO, University of Campinas
C. LYRA, University of Campinas
2020ISGT0266Short-Term Photovoltaic Power Forecasting Using an LSTM Neural NetworkM. HOSSAIN, Florida Polytechnic University
H. MAHMOOD, Florida Polytechnic University
2020ISGT0267A Model-Predictive Hierarchical-Control Framework for Aggregating Residential DERs to Provide Grid Regulation Services U. KUMAR, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
F. DING, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
C. ZHAO, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
H. PADULLAPARTI, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
X. JIN, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2020ISGT0275On Convex Relaxation-Based Distribution Locational Marginal Prices A. WINNICKI, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M. NDRIO, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
S. BOSE, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
2020ISGT0276Proactive Islanding of the Power Grid to Mitigate High-Impact Low-Frequency EventsS. BISWAS, Virginia Tech
E. BERNABEU, PJM Interconnection
D. PICARELLI, PJM Interconnection
2020ISGT0277Enhancing Lossy Compression of PMU Measurements by Data ConditioningS. ACHARYA, University of Wisconsin-Madison
C. DEMARCO, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2020ISGT0278Distributed Algorithm for Volt-VAr Optimization in Unbalanced Distribution SystemR. JHA, WSU
A. DUBEY, WSU
T. HONG, ANL
D. ZHAO, ANL
2020ISGT0279Topology Design Method for Super Grids based on experiences in China and North America R. ITIKI, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
M. MANJREKAR, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
S. G. DI SANTO, University of Sao Paulo
L. F. M. MACHADO, University of Sao Paulo
2020ISGT0282Fast Fault Restoration Control Scheme for LCC AC Side Fault for Hybrid HVDC Transmission Systems Using Flexible DC Voltage ControlS. LI, Tianjin University
J. ZHU, Tianjin University
L. YU, Tianjin University
G. ADAM, University of Strathclyde
Z. SHEN, Tianjin University
2020ISGT0284Forecast-Based V2G Aggregation Model for Day-Ahead and Real-Time OperationsF. GIORDANO, Politenico di Torino
F. ARRIGO, Politenico di Torino
C. DIAZ-LONDONO, Politenico di Torino
F. SPERTINO, Politenico di Torino
F. RUIZ, Politecnico di Milano
2020ISGT0286Recursive Dynamic Compressive Sensing in Smart Distribution SystemsH. SUFI KARIMI, Kansas State University
B. NATARAJAN, Kansas State University
2020ISGT0287Flow Battery Control Strategy Implementation and Cost Benefit Analysis for Microgrid under Updated Time-of-Use PeriodsY. XUE, University of California, Riverside
M. PENCHEV, University of California, Riverside
H. XIN, University of California, Riverside
A. MARTINEZ-MORALES, University of California, Riverside
2020ISGT0288Real-Time MPC for Residential Building Water Heater Systems to Support the Electric GridM. STARKE, Oak Ridge National Lab
J. MUNK, Oak Ridge National Lab
H. ZANDI, Oak Ridge National Lab
H. BUCKBERRY, Oak Ridge National Lab
T. KURUGANTI, Oak Ridge National Lab
J. HALL, Oak Ridge National Lab
J. LEVERETTE, Southern Company
2020ISGT0289Agent-Based Framework for Supporting Behind the Meter Transactive Power Electronic SystemsM. STARKE, Oak Ridge National Lab
M. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Lab
S. ZHENG, Oak Ridge National Lab
S. CAMPBELL, Oak Ridge National Lab
R. ZHENG, Oak Ridge National Lab
M. SMITH, Oak Ridge National Lab
T. KURUGANTI, Oak Ridge National Lab
B. DEAN, University of Tennessee
2020ISGT0290DeepGrid: Robust Deep Reinforcement Learning-based Contingency ManagementA. GHASEMKHANI, University of Nevada Reno
A. DARVISHI, New York Power Authority
I. NIAZAZARI, University of Nevada Reno
A. DARVISHI, City University of New York
H. LIVANI, University of Nevada Reno
L. YANG, University of Nevada Reno
2020ISGT0291State Estimation via Inference on a Probabilistic Graphical Model – A Different PerspectiveL. MYERS, Iowa State University
B. WANG, Iowa State University
N. GONG, Iowa State University
D. QIAO, Iowa State University
2020ISGT0292Low-cost Smart Home Energy Management System based on Decentralized Real-Time PricingR. JINSIWALE, Georgia Institute of Technology
S. KULKARNI, Georgia Institute of Technology
D. DIVAN, Georgia Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0293Machine Learning-Based PV Reserve Determination Strategy for Frequency Control on the WECC System H. YUAN, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
J. TAN, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Y. ZHANG, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
S. MURTHY , National Renewable Energy Laboratory
S. YOU, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
H. LI, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Y. SU, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Y. LIU, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2020ISGT0295Real-Time Digital Simulation of Microgrid Control StrategiesC. KEERTHISINGHE, University of Washington
D. KIRSCHEN, University of Washington
2020ISGT0298Transactive Electric Water Heater Agent: Design and Performance EvaluationB. BHATTARAI, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
M. MAHARJAN, PNNL
S. HANIF, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
M. CAI, Virginia Tech
R. PRATT, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2020ISGT0299Performance Evaluation of Distributed Energy Resource Management via Advanced Hardware-in-the-Loop SimulationM. BLONSKY, NREL
F. DING, NREL
S. DREW, Heila Technologies
H. PADULLAPARTI, NREL
J. WANG, NREL
S. GHOSH, NREL
I. MENDOZA, NREL
S. TIWARI, NREL
J. MARTINEZ, Heila Technologies
2020ISGT0300Voltage Restoration in Microgrids using Temporal Logic SpecificationsF. TAOUSSER, University of Tennessee
M. OLAMA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
S. DJOUADI, University of Tennessee
Y. ZHANG, Argonne National Laboratory
Y. XUE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
B. OLLIS, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
K. TOMSOVIC, University of Tennessee
2020ISGT0301Model-Free Dynamic Voltage Control of a Synchronous Generator-Based MicrogridK. HATIPOGLU, West Virginia University Institute of Technology
M. OLAMA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Y. XUE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2020ISGT0302Machine Learning-based Approach to Predict the Aggregate Flexibility of HVAC Systems K. AMASYALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. OLAMA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
A. PERUMALLA, Pennsylvania State University
2020ISGT0303Optimal Participation of PEV charging stations integrated with Smart Buildings in the Wholesale Energy and Reserve MarketsM. KHOSHJAHAN, Texas A&M University
M. SOLEIMANI, Texas A&M University
M. KEZUNOVIC, Texas A&M University
2020ISGT0304An Examination of the Impact of D-FACTS on the Dynamic Behavior of Mho and Quadrilateral Ground Distance ElementsH. BELEED, University of Idaho
B. JOHNSON, University of Idaho
H. HESS, University of Idaho
2020ISGT0305Signal Temporal Logic Control for Residential HVAC Systems to Accommodate High Solar PV PenetrationT. WU, University of Tennessee
M. OLAMA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
S. DJOUADI, University of Tennessee
J. DONG, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Y. XUE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
T. KURUGANTI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2020ISGT0307A Multiphase-Interleaved High Step-up DC-DC Boost Converter with Voltage Multiplier and Reduced Voltage Stress on Semiconductors for Renewable Energy SystemsM. ALGHAYTHI, University of Missouri
R. O'CONNELL, University of Missouri
N. ISLAM, University of Missouri
J. GUERRERO, Alaborg University
2020ISGT0308Implementation of Remedial Action Scheme for Transient Stability Index Improvement of Power System IslandB. AJAO, University of Idaho
P. KHALEDIAN, University of California
B. JOHNSON, University of Idaho
Y. CHAKHCHOUKH, University of Idaho
2020ISGT0309A Comprehensive Optimization Solution for Buildings with Distributed Energy Resources and V2G Operation in Smart Grid ApplicationsJ. YUSUF, University of California Riverside
S. ULA, University of California Riverside
2020ISGT0310Evaluation of Virtual Synchronous Generator Compared to Synchronous Generator M. ABUAGREB, University of Idaho
B. AJAO, University of Idaho
H. HERBERT, University of Idaho
B. JOHNSON, University of Idaho
2020ISGT0311Real-Time Wide-Area Fault Locator for PowerTransmission Networks Using Sparse PMUMeasurementsB. GUHA, Illinois Institute of Technology
A. FLUECK, Illinois Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0312A Smart Home System Using Artificial Intelligence And Integration With Energy Storage And MicrogenerationA. TRINDADE SOUZA, Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM)
L. NEVES CANHA, Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM)
R. GRESSLER MILBRADT, Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM)
C. LEMOS, Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM)
C. MICHELS, Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM)
T. SILVA SANTANA, COPEL Curitiba
2020ISGT0315Automatic Online Partial Discharge Diagnosis via Deep Learning W. KONG, The University of New South Wales
K. MEN, Shenzhen Cubenergy Technology Co. Ltd
Z. GUO, Shenzhen Cubenergy Technology Co. Ltd
Z. DONG, The University of New South Wales
R. ZHANG, The University of New South Wales
Y. JIA, Southern University of Science and Technology
2020ISGT0318The Improvement of Multi-infeed DC system by MMC-HVDC connectionC. GAO, Guangdong Power Grid Co., Ltd
J. ZHANG, Electric Power Research Institute of Guangdong Power Grid Co., Ltd
Z. YU, Zhejiang University
J. YU, Zhejiang University
Z. XU, Zhejiang University
2020ISGT0319Reward-Punishment based User Utility Maximization Model for Optimal Real-time Pricing in Electricity Energy SupplyL. WANG, Shandong University of Technology
J. CHEN, Shandong University of Technology
S. ZENG, Guangzhou Power Supply Bureau Co. Ltd.
L. LIU, Shandong University of Technology
K. PENG, Shandong University of Technology
2020ISGT0320A Knapsack Problem Based Algorithm for Local Level Management in Smart GridsU. ALI, National University of Sciences & Technology
U. QAMAR, National University of Sciences & Technology
K. WAHAB, National University of Sciences & Technology
K. ARIF, National University of Sciences & Technology
2020ISGT0321Sequence Parameters Estimation for Two Mutually Coupled Lines that Are Magnetically and Capacitively Coupled but Not Electrically CoupledA. MOMEN, University of Idaho
B. JOHNSON, university of Idaho
2020ISGT0322Automated Realistic Testbed Synthesis for Power System Communication Networks based on Graph MetricsX. FAN, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
S. AKSOY, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
D. WANG, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Q. HUANG, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
J. OGLE, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
A. TBAILEH, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
R. HUANG, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2020ISGT0323Technical, Financial, and Environmental Effects of Distributed Energy Resources on Multi Carrier Energy NetworksS. PAZOUKI, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
A. ASRARI, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
2020ISGT0324Supplementing Spinning Reserves with Demand Response under Wind Generation UncertaintyW. JEAN PHILIPPE, Syracuse University
M. HASHEMI GAVGANI, Syracuse University
Y. ZHOU, Syracuse University
A. BANGURA, Cornell University
S. EFTEKHARNEJAD, Syracuse University
2020ISGT0326Sensing Service Transformer Secondary Currents using Planar Magnetic Pick-up CoilsS. KULKARNI, Georgia Institute of Technology
D. DIVAN, Georgia Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0327Deep Learning-based Real-time Switching of Reconfigurable MicrogridsM. DABBAGHJAMANESH, University of Texas at Dallas
J. ZHANG, University of Texas at Dallas
2020ISGT0328Tensor Completion based State Estimation in Distribution Systems R. MADBHAVI, Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar
H. KARIMI, Kansas State University
B. NATARAJAN, Kansas State University
B. SRINIVASAN, Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar
2020ISGT0330Realizing the Potential of Blockchain Technology in Smart Grid ApplicationsM. KUZLU, Old Dominion University
S. SARP, Old Dominion University
M. PIPATTANASOMPORN, Chulalongkorn University
U. CALI, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
2020ISGT0331A Multi-Period Investment Model for Behind-the-Meter PV and StorageJ. LINDBERG, University of Wisconsin-Madison
M. HELENO, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
G. CARDOSO, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
A. VALENZUELA, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
2020ISGT0332Best Practices for Microgrids Applied to a Case Study in a CommunityE. PARES-ATILES, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
E. O'NEIL-CARRILLO, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
F. ANDRADE RENGIFO, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
2020ISGT0333Real-time Simulation of Coordinated Sub-Transmission Volt-Var Control Tool under High Distributed PV PenetrationM. GHOSAL, Pacific Northwest National Lab
M. VALLEM, Pacific Northwest National Lab
Q. NGUYEN, Pacific Northwest National Lab
X. KE, Pacific Northwest National Lab
B. VYAKARANAM, Pacific Northwest National Lab
N. SAMAAN, Pacific Northwest National Lab
O. J AWORO, PPL Electric Utilities
B. BHATTARAI, Pacific Northwest National Lab
2020ISGT0336Optimal Capacity and Placement of Microgrids for Resiliency Enhancement of Distribution Networks Under Extreme Weather EventsM. BORGHEI, Virginia Tech
M. GHASSEMI, Virginia Tech
C. LIU, Virginia Tech
2020ISGT0340Detection of Bad PMU Data using Machine Learning TechniquesA. KARPILOW, EPFL
R. CHERKAOUI, EPFL
S. D'ARCO, SINTEF
T. DINH DUONG, SINTEF
2020ISGT0341Load Demand User Profiling in Smart Grids with Distributed Solar GenerationC. CHEUNG, University of Southern California
S. KUPPANNAGARI, University of Southern California
R. KANNAN, US ARL-West
V. PRASANNA, University of Southern California
2020ISGT0347Data Analysis Approach for Large Data Volumes in a Connected CommunityS. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratories
S. LEE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. STARKE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
J. CHAE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
V. TANSAKUL, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
J. MUNK, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
T. KURUGANTI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
H. BUCKBERRY, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
H. ZANDI , Oak Ridge National Laboratory
J. LEVERETTE, Southern Company
M. BHANDARI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2020ISGT0352Power Restoration in Integrated Power and Gas Distribution Grids A. ALOBAIDI, York University
M. EL-SHARAFY, York University
H. FARAG, York University
2020ISGT0354Optimal Control of a Microgrid with Distributed Renewable Generation and Battery Energy StorageJ. ALSHEHRI, National Grid
A. ALZAHRANI, National Grid
M. KHALID, KFUPM
F. ALISMAIL, KFUPM
2020ISGT0358Real-Time Distribution State Estimation with Massive μPMU Streaming DataS. BASUMALLIK, Syracuse University
Y. LIU, Brookhaven National Laboratory
D. KATRAMATOS, Brookhaven National Laboratory
S. YOO, Brookhaven National Laboratory
2020ISGT0359Deploying Water Treatment Energy Flexibility in Power Distribution Systems OperationK. OIKONOMOU, University of Utah
M. PARVANIA, University of Utah
2020ISGT0360Multi-Area Dynamic Economic Dispatch Considering Water Consumption Minimization, Wind Generation, and Energy Storage SystemsA. AZIZIVAND, University of Technology Sydney
R. KARANDEH, UNC Charlotte
L. LI, University of Technology Sydney
J. ZHANG, University of Technology Sydney
V. CECCHI, UNC Charlotte
E. NADERI, Razi University
2020ISGT0361Grid Impact Analysis of Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicle Charging StationsX. ZHU, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B. MATHER, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
P. MISHRA, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2020ISGT0364Interactive Visualization of Interdependent Power and Water Infrastructure OperationH. HAN, University of Utah
K. OIKONOMOU, University of Utah
N. CHALAPATHI, University of Utah
M. PARVANIA, University of Utah
B. WANG, University of Utah
2020ISGT0366Attack on Grid Event Cause Analysis: An Adversarial Machine Learning ApproachI. NIAZAZARI, University of Nevada, Reno
H. LIVANI, University of Nevada, Reno
2020ISGT0368EV Charging Impact on the Residential Distribution Network with Smart PV Inverters H. ABDULLAH, Qatar University
R. KAMEL, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
A. GASTLI, Qatar University
2020ISGT0370Optimal Privacy-By-Design Strategy For User Demand Shaping In Smart Grids R. AVULA, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
T. OECHTERING, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0371Hardware-in-the-loop Testing of Signal Temporal Logic Frequency Control in a MicrogridM. FERRARI MAGLIA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. OLAMA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
B. OLLIS, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2020ISGT0373Increasing the Accuracy and Speed of Universal Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (UNILM) Using a Novel Real-Time Steady-State Block FilterR. JONES, Simon Fraser University
A. RODRIGUEZ-SILVA, Simon Fraser University
S. MAKONIN, Simon Fraser University
2020ISGT0375Optimal Battery Energy Storage Placement in Highly PV-Penetrated Distribution NetworksA. ALZAHRANI, National Grid SA
H. ALHARTHI, National Grid SA
M. KHALID , KFUPM
2020ISGT0376An Intelligent Energy Router for Managing Behind-the- Meter Resources and AssetsR. KRISHNA MOORTHY, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. CHINTHAVALI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
M. STARKE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2020ISGT0377Distribution Transformer Health Monitoring using Smart Meter Data K. ASHOK, Georgia Institute of Technology
D. LI, Georgia Institute of Technology
N. GEBRAEEL, Georgia Institute of Technology
D. DIVAN, Georgia Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0378Dynamic Prioritization of Critical Loads for Sustaining Power Distribution Systems upon Islanding T. BARIK, VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY
V. CENTENO, VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY
2020ISGT0379Identification of Small-Signal Dynamic Faults in Distribution Systems Utilizing Intelligent ClassifiersA. JAFARIAN ABIANEH, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
M. HOSSEINI, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
M. HOSSEINI, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
M. BARATI, Pittsburg University
F. FERDOWSI, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
2020ISGT0380Learning The Operation Of Energy Storage Systems From Real Trajectories Of Demand And RenewablesA. CASTELLANO, Facultad de Ingeniería
J. BAZERQUE, Facultad de Ingeniería
2020ISGT0382Cooperative Load Scheduling for Multiple Aggregators Using Hierarchical ADMMX. ZHANG, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
D. BIAGIONI, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
P. GRAF, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
J. KING, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2020ISGT0383Future Transmission Lines with Increased Loadability through Geometrical Optimized Phase Configurations and Sub-conductors in the BundleM. BORGHEI, Virginia Tech
M. GHASSEMI, Virginia Tech
2020ISGT0385Physically Meaningful Grid Analytics on Voltage Measurements using Graph SpectraM. BARIYA, UC Berkeley
K. MOFFAT, UC Berkeley
A. VON MEIER, UC Berkeley
2020ISGT0386A Data Exchange Interface for a Standards Based Data Integration PlatformA. SINGH, Pacific Northwest National Lab
A. FISHER, Pacific Northwest National Lab
C. ALLWARDT, Pacific Northwest National Lab
R. MELTON, Pacific Northwest National Lab
2020ISGT0389Anomaly Detection of Transactive Energy Systems with Competitive MarketsP. WANG, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
K. MA, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
J. LIAN, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
D. HAMMERSTROM, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2020ISGT0390Sizing and Profitability of Energy Storage for Prosumers in Madeira, PortugalM. HASHMI, INRIA Paris
J. CAVALEIRO, M-ITI Funchal
L. PEREIRA, M-ITI
A. BUSIC, INRIA
2020ISGT0392Bidirectional dc-dc Converter Control in Battery-Supercapacitor Hybrid Energy Storage SystemC. ENANG, University of Idaho
B. JOHNSON, University of Idaho
2020ISGT0393Cost and Efficiency Analysis for Hybrid AC/DC Distribution System Planning with PV and BatteryY. TIAN, Argonne National Laboratory
D. ZHAO, Argonne National Laboratory
T. HONG, Argonne National Laboratory
B. CUI, Argonne National Laboratory
2020ISGT0396Cybersecurity Analysis and Improvement of Bilinear Systems Against False Data Injection AttacksY. GUO, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
L. WANG, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2020ISGT0399Secondary Network Parameter Estimation for Distribution TransformersK. ASHOK, Georgia Institute of Technology
M. RENO, Sandia National Labs
D. DIVAN, Georgia Institute of Technology
2020ISGT0401Factoring Behind-the-Meter Solar into Load Forecasting: Case Studies under Extreme WeatherM. SUN, University of Texas at Dallas
C. FENG, University of Texas at Dallas
J. ZHANG, University of Texas at Dallas
2020ISGT0402Black Box Attack on Machine Learning Assisted Wide Area Monitoring and Protection Systems M. BISWAL, New Mexico state university
S. MISRA, New Mexico State University
A. TAYEEN, New Mexico State University
2020ISGT0404Frequency-domain Flexibility Characterization of Heterogeneous End-use Loads for Grid ServicesD. WANG, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
K. MA, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
P. WANG, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
J. LIAN, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
D. HAMMERSTROM, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2020ISGT0405A Hetero-functional Graph Analysis of Electric Power System Structural ResilienceD. THOMPSON, Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College
W. SCHOONENBERG, Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College
A. FARID, Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College
2020ISGT0406An Analysis of Post Attack Impacts and Effects of Learning Parameters on Vulnerability Assessment of Power GridS. PAUL, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Z. NI, Florida Atlantic University
F. DING, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2020ISGT0410An Efficient High Voltage Gain Using Two-Stage Cascaded Interleaved Boost Converter for Solar PV System with MPPT TechniqueB. ALHARBI, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
M. ALHOMIM, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
R. MCCANN, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
2020ISGT0411Real Time Effective Impedance Estimation for Power System State EstimationK. MOFFAT, UC Berkeley
M. BARIYA, UC Berkeley
2020ISGT0413Cyber-Physical Smart Light Control System Integration with Smart Grid using ZigbeeR. GELLI, Iowa State University
A. NICKLAUS, Iowa State University
M. GOVINDARASU, Iowa State University
2020ISGT0154Dynamic Restoration Strategy for Distribution System Resilience EnhancementW. LIU, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
F. DING, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
C. ZHAO, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2020ISGT0176Modeling and Simulation of Battery Energy Storage System based MMC-HVDCJ. WU, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
Y. LIU, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
X. ZHAO, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
J. HOU, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
J. XIAO, Global Energy Interconnection Group Co., Ltd.
Z. ZHANG, Zhejiang University
Y. XU, Zhejiang University
J. YU, Zhejiang University
Z. XU, Zhejiang University
2020ISGT0182Efficient Utilization Of Existing Grid Infrastructure Empowering Smart CommunitiesA. EINFALT, Siemens AG Oesterreich
H. BRUNNER, AIT - Austrian Institute of Technology
W. PRUEGGLER, Moosmoar Energies OG
D. SCHULTIS, TU Wien
D. HERBST, Graz University of Technology
T. BEIDINGER, Wien Energie
D. HAUER, Siemens AG Oesterreich
A. LUGMAIER, Siemens AG Oesterreich

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The eleventh Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT 2020), sponsored by the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES), will be held on February 17-20, 2020 at the Grand Hyatt Washington, Washington DC with the theme “Enabling Intelligent and Resilient Communities.”

ISGT 2020 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 presented in poster sessions, and tutorials by experts on grid modernization, transmission and distribution systems planning and operations, DER integration, smart grid technologies and applications, system integration, and customer-centric technologies and services. 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. Following the precedent of the previous ISGT, all accepted papers will be presented in poster sessions. Accepted papers presented at the conference by the authors in the poster sessions will also be posted in IEEE Xplore. Also, to promote a more efficient and comprehensive engagement among participants, ISGT 2020 will endeavor to make as many 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 arenas. The theme for ISGT 2020 is “Enabling Intelligent and Resilient Communities” with three tracks: 1) Customer Analytics and Behind the Meter Technologies, 2) Distribution and Transmission Operation for the Grid of the Future, and 3) Distribution and Transmission Planning for the Grid of the Future.

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:

Track 1: Customer Analytics and Behind the Meter Technologies

  • Technologies and methodologies addressing grid integration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER), including:
    • PV distributed generation
    • Distributed wind generation
    • Small natural gas units
    • Energy storage
    • Combined distributed generation-energy storage
    • Energy management technologies
    • Smart homes and buildings
  • Electric vehicles, and other DER Distribution markets and system platforms (DSP, DSO, etc.)
  • Smart Transportation that integrates electrification and digitization including automated and electric vehicles (EVs) and EV charging infrastructure
  • Smart Buildings including measuring energy use, pinpointing operations and maintenance problems, automating lighting and thermostats, and tracking building performance.
  • 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
  • Applications of big data analytics
  • Applications of artificial intelligence techniques (machine learning, etc.)
  • Demand response
  • Smart inverters

Track 2: Distribution and Transmission Operation for the Grid of the Future

  • 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
  • Use of data-driven methods, FACTs, and synchrophasors for wide-area control
  • Synthetic inertia from inverter-based generation
  • Converged infrastructures, including Smart Cities
  • Smart Street Lighting
  • Data Analytics that analyze data generated by sensors and monitors to monitor and manage energy use, pedestrian safety, traffic flows, air quality
  • Substation and distribution automation (FLISR, Volt-VAR Optimization, outage management, restoration, etc.)
  • Wide-area monitoring, protection, automation and control
  • Smart communities
  • State estimation
  • Grid optimization
  • Operations planning

Track 3: Distribution and Transmission Planning for the Grid of the Future

  • 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
  • Impacts of sensor data quality, accuracy, communications, and storage on applications
  • Methods and tools that can evaluate technological and policy options.
  • Operational and regulatory coordination challenges and possibilities at the transmission and distribution seams
  • 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
  • Non-wires alternatives
  • Spatial load forecasting
  • Resiliency and reliability assessment
  • ​Joint T&D planning
  • New utility business models and regulatory frameworks

Manuscript Submission

Complete manuscripts (maximum length 5 pages, and in accordance with the PES Author’s Kit) are to be submitted by September 15, 2019 (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 in a poster session. Please contact Kathy.Heilman@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: Julio Romero-Aguero
  • Technical Program Chair: Gerald FitzPatrick
  • Technical Vice chair: Farrokh Rahimi

Important Dates

Paper Submission Site: NOW OPEN

Paper Submission Site Closes: EXTENDED to September 15, 2019 (at 11:59 pm EST)
Notification of Paper Acceptance: November 15, 2019

Contact: Kathy.Heilman@ieee.org

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