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International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RENEWABLE ENERGY AND POWER QUALITY (ICREPQ’20)
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 ORGANISED BY: The International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality (ICREPQ'20), will be organized by: - European Association for the Development of Renewable Energy, Environment and Power Quality (EA4EPQ) - University of Vigo - University of Granada CONFERENCE LANGUAGE The Conference language is English. All papers and presentations should be made in English. OBJECTIVES AND TOPICS The intention of the organisers is to give an opportunity to academics, scientists, engineers, manufacturers and users from all over the world to come together in a pleasant location to discuss recent development in the areas of Renewable Energy and Power Quality. The International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ´20) is structured in: - Plenary Sessions: Presentations of 45 minutes in one room for all the participants - Oral Sessions: Presentations of about 15 minutes for each paper (12 minutes for the presentation and 3 minutes for questions). Simultaneously in two rooms. - Posters Sessions: In 45-minute periods during the coffee breaks. - Panel Session: We have organized, one panel session of 90 minutes (presentations+questions). SOCIAL EVENTS - Civic Reception: 2nd of September - Conference Dinner: 3rd of September VENUE The International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality(ICREPQ'20) will be held at the University of Granada. Escuela Técnica Superior de ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos, Calle Dr. Severo Ochoa, s/n, 18001 Granada. Spain.
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 1. RENEWABLE ENERGY: - Wind Energy, Small Hydro Energy, Solar Energy, Photovoltaic Energy, Ocean Energy, Geothermal, Biomass, Cogeneration,… - Classical and special electrical generators: Theory, design, analysis, losses, efficiency, heating and cooling, vibration and noise, modelling and simulation, control strategies, protection systems, maintenance, mechanical behaviour, new methods of testing, parallel operation, transmission system, stability,... - Power plants. Distributed generation. Fuel cells. Co-generation. Hybrid Systems. Microgrids. Smart grids. Original solutions,... - Energy conversion, conservation and energy efficiency. - Energy saving policy. Energy storage. Batteries.... - Energy and the environment. Ecological balance. Ecosystem,... - Application of the renewable energy. Best practice projects. - Legislation in the area of renewable energies. - Biomass combustion techniques. The energy use of agricultural and forest residues. Production and the energy exploitation of bio-gas. Environment. Social importance… - Interconnection and transport problems. - Planning and control of the power system take into account the renewable energy. Stability. Protection… - Economic analysis of the power system take into account the renewable energy. - Electricity Market Structures. Regulation/des-regulation of the power market. Influence of the renewable energy. - Models and simulation of the power systems. Models and estimation of loads. Software tools. - Application of the communications, internet, artificial intelligence for the renewable energy. - Security assessment and risk analysis in renewable energy. - Electric vehicles. - Electrical Machines & Drives, Power electronics and Control strategies for renewable energy applications. - Monitoring and Diagnostics of electrical machines & drives, Tools for Diagnostics, Test for Predictive Maintenance in Renewable… - Sensors and actuators for renewable energy applications. - Renewable Energies Teaching. 2. POWER QUALITY: - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). - Power Quality in Transport and Distribution. FACTS - Economic Studies of the Power Quality. - Low-frequency conducted disturbances: Voltage deviations, voltage fluctuations- flicker,voltage dips and short interruptions, harmonics and inter-harmonics, transient over-voltages, voltage unbalance (imbalance), temporary power-frequency variations. - Sources, effects and mitigation methods of the disturbances. - Measurements of the power quality in networks, industrial installations and Laboratories. Equipment, procedures and measurement methods. Standards. - Modelling and simulation of the power quality. Software tools. - Transmission of the disturbances. - Filtering techniques. - Power factor compensation. Capacitor switching techniques. - Optimization techniques.
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 - Communication, internet and artificial intelligence. - Permanent monitoring techniques and online diagnosis. - Intelligent energy delivery systems. Uninterrupted power supplies. - Expert systems applications. - Devices, equipment and power systems. Control centres. - Specific problems and studies cases. - Power quality influence in deregulated markets. - High frequency disturbances (radiated). - Data security and electromagnetic pulses. - Protection against natural and intentional EMI. SPONSORSHIP Sincere thanks are expressed to the organisations listed below who have given valuable support to ICREPQ’20: - EA4EPQ - University of Granada - University of Vigo - AEDIE - CIRCUTOR LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Fernando Aznar Dols (Chairman) Rafael Muñoz Beltrán Enrique Alameda Hernández Antonio Manuel Peña García Daniel Gómez Lorente Ovidio Rabaza Castillo STEERING COMMITTEE M. Pérez Donsión (Chairman) José Antonio Aguado Angeles López Agüera Ana Álvarez García Mario Mañana Canteli Ramón Bargalló Perpiña Miguel Martínez Melgarejo Manuel Burgos Payan Luis Rouco Rodríguez Francisco Cavallé Sesé Javier Mazón Sainz-Maza Debora Coll-Mayor María J. Santos Sánchez Benjamín J. González Díaz Mariano Sanz-Badía Antonio Espín Estrella Inmaculada Zamora Belver
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE Abbas Fardoun (Arab Emirats) Ionnides, Maria G. (Greece) Abdelkader, Sobhy (UK) Iwaszkiewicz, J. (Poland) Ahmed, Noor E. Alam (Australia) Janik, Przemyslaw (Poland) Albadi, Mohammed (Oman) Jimoh, Adisa (South Africa) Alexandru, Catalin (Romania) Kádár Péter (Hungary) Amara, Yacine (France) Kiss, Péter (Hungary) Andrada Gascón, P. (Spain) Kouzou Abdellah (Argeria) Andras, Dan (Hungary) Lakhoua, Mohamed N. (Tunisia) Andreescu, G. D. (Romania) Llombart Estopiñan, A. (Spain) Arcega Solsona, F. (Spain) Machado e Moura,A. (Portugal) Arnaltes Gómez, S. (Spain) Mahdi, Ali Jafer (Iraq) Bargalló Perpiña, R. (Spain) Malfatti, Célia (Brazil) Belik, Milan (Czech Republic) Mañana Canteli, M. (Spain) Betini, Roberto Cesar (Brazil) Martinez, André (France) Bitzer, Berthold (Germany) Melicio, Rui (Portugal) Boudghene S., A. (Argeria) Meyer, Jan (Germany) Bracale, Antonio (Italy) Narsimhulu, Sanke (India) Brslica, Vit (Czech Republic) Nichita, Cristian (France) Buja, Giusseppe (Italy) Nocera, Francesco (Italy) Burgos Payan, Manuel (Spain) Oraee, Hashem (Iran) Buzdugan, Mircea (Romania) Ozdemir, Engin (Turkey) Camacho, José R. (Brazil) Petkovska, L. (Macedonia) Cano, José M. (Spain) Pourmovahed, Ahmad (USA) Carvalho, Paulo (Brazil) Predescu, Mihai (Romania) Catalão, João (Portugal Quinto Diez, Pedro (Mexico) Chica Arrieta, L.E. (Colombia) Raisz David (Hungary) Chioncel, Cristian P. (Romania) Salaoro, Iulia (UK) Dessouky, Yasser G. (Egypt) Salay Naderi, M. (Australia) Donsión, M.P. (Spain) San Martin, Jose Ignacio (Spain) Duran, M. (Spain) Schlemmer, Erwin (Austria) El Qarnia, Hamid (Morocco) Souto, José A. (Spain) El-Sayed, Mohamed (Kuwait) Stenzel, Jürgen (Germany) Errami, Youssef (Morocco) Stumberger, Gorazd (Slovenia) Fathollahi Fard, Ali A. (Malaysia) Tahir Çetin Akinci (Turkey) Fraile Mora, Jesús (Spain) Tang, Xinzi (China) Friman, Hen (Israel) Tlusty, Josef (Czech Republic) Früh, Wolf-Gerrit (UK) Tudorache, Tiberiu (Romania) Funabashi, Toshihisa (Japan) Turschner, Dirk (Germany) Gagliano, Antonio (Italy) Ubong, Etim (USA) Gharehpetian, G.B. (Iran) Valouch, V. (Czech Republic) Ghita, Constantin (Romania) Vergura, Silvano (Italy) Giurca, Ioan (Romania) Vitale, Gianpaolo (Italy) Güemes Alonso, J.A. (Spain) Vokony, István (Hungary) Hartmann, Bálint (Hungary) Zobaa Ahmed (UK) ICREPQ’20 SCHEDULE Tuesday September 1, 2020 Registration “ICREPQ’20 Secretariat” Registration and Documentation. It's important that all the participants seize their 17:00 – 19:00 documentation during this day, but the ICREPQ'20 Secretariat will be open during the three days of the conference, then if you don't arrive to Granada on Tuesday 31th, or before, you can get your documentation other day.
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 Wednesday September 2, 2020 9:00 – 12:00 Registration “ICREPQ’20 Secretariat” ROOM A “Universidad de Granada” 9:30 - 10:15 Opening Ceremony Plenary Sessions PL1 10:15 - 11:00 PL1 "Wind generation in weak systems" by Prof. Luis Rouco Universidad Pontificia de Comillas. Spain EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION Posters Session Poster Session P1 at ROOM C 200 202 204 212 214 "AEDIE" 222 228 237 244 245 11:00 – 11:45 (Session P1) 246 255 258 259 260 Coffee Break 261 266 278 280 281 285 ROOM A “U. de Granada” ROOM B "CIRCUTOR" Oral Session A1 Oral Session B1 11:45 – 13:00 229 248 257 208 283 288 291 322 356 290 EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION 13:00 -- 15:00 Welcome Lunch - Restaurant at Leonardo Hotel Granada ROOM A "Universidad de Granada" Panel Session 1 15:00 – 16:45 "Recent experiences on the application of AI techniques to distribution systems" by: - Prof. Antonio Gomez-Exposito, ENDESA. - Mr. Adolfo Carmona Pardo, Ingelectus. - Mrs. Catalina Gómez-Quiles, University of Seville. - Mr. Jacob Rodriguez Rivero, Endesa. - Mrs. Madalina Buzau, University of Seville EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION Posters Session Poster Session P2 at ROOM C 286 293 296 298 300 16:45 – 17:30 "AEDIE" 303 304 306 309 312 (Session P1) 314 315 323 325 327 Coffee Break 328 334 335 339 340 343 349 ROOM A “U. de Granada” ROOM B "CIRCUTOR" 17:30 – 18:45 Oral Session A2 Oral Session B2 225 268 433 254 320 330 444 455 415 460 Welcome Civic Reception 19:30 -- 22:00 El Carmen de la Victoria Spanish Wine ROOMS: Room A: "U. de Granada" (Salón de Actos). Room B: "CIRCUTOR" (Aula de Grados) Room C: "AEDIE" (Hall central -3).
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 Thursday September 3, 2020 9:00 – 12:00 Registration “ICREPQ’20 Secretariat” ROOM A “Universidad de Granada” Plenary Sessions PL2 & PL3 9:30– 10:15 PL2 "New trends in electrolyte materials for solid batteries operating at ambient temperature" by Dr. Claudio Gerbaldi. Politecnico di Torino. Italy PL3 "Transition to Renewable Energies: A Reality Check" 10:15 – 11:00 by Prof. Marcel Lacroix. Université de Sherbrooke. Canada EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION Poster Session Poster Session P3 at ROOM C 350 353 355 361 363 11:00– 11:45 "AEDIE" 365 368 371 373 378 (Session P2) 380 383 386 392 394 Coffee Break 395 400 406 407 412 414 418 ROOM A "U. de Granada" ROOM B "CIRCUTOR" Oral Session A3 Oral Session B3 11:45 – 13:00 332 337 375 207 239 264 417 431 318 382 EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION 13:00 – 15:00 Lunch - Restaurant at Leonardo Hotel Granada ROOM A "U. de Granada" ROOM B "CIRCUTOR" Oral Session A4 Oral Session B4 15:00 – 16:15 218 236 250 210 253 270 272 477 370 448 EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION Poster Session Poster Session P4 at ROOM C 230 232 233 277 342 16:15 – 17:00 "AEDIE" 397 398 420 423 425 (Session P3) 426 428 434 435 436 Coffee Break 438 439 391 459 ROOM A "Universidad de Granada" Panel Session-2 "Bulk Power Grid AI Applications", by: - Prof. Xiao-Ping Zhang, University of Birmingham, UK. 17:00 – 18:30 - Dr. Antoine Marot, Reseau de Transport d’Electricité, France. - Dr. Di Shi, Department Head of the AI & System Analytics Group at GEIRI North America (GEIRINA). - Prof. Fangxing “Fran” Li, James McConnell Professor in Electrical Engineering at UTK. - Prof. Xiaoru Wang, School of Electrical Engineering of Southwest Jiaotong University, China - Dr. Yilu Liu University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Lab., USA. Conference Dinner (Optional) 20:30 - 23:30 Restaurant at Hotel AC P. Santa Paula
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 Friday September 4, 2020 9:00 – 12:30 Registration “ICREPQ’20 Secretariat” ROOM A "Universidad de Granada" Plenary Sessions PL4 9:00 - 9:45 "How Copper Contributes to Sustainable Mobility" PL4 by Dr. Fernando Nuño. Energy Engineer of the European Copper Institute Plenary Sessions PL5 9:45-10:30 PL5 "IFMIF-DONES: a key milestone in the long path to Nuclear Fusion" by Prof. Antonio Manuel Peña-García. University of Granada EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION Poster Session Poster Session P5 at ROOM C 440 442 443 446 449 10:30-- 11:15 "AEDIE" 450 456 458 462 463 (Session P4) 465 466 468 469 470 Coffee Break 472 473 474 475 ROOM A "U. de Granada" ROOM B "CIRCUTOR" Oral Session A5 Oral Session B5 11:15 – 12:15 223 273 275 205 240 301 366 317 EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION EXTRA TIME FOR DISCUSSION ROOM A“U. de Granada” CLOSING SESSION 12:15– 13:00 Conclusions and time for the next conference (ICREPQ’21) Awards for the three best posters 13:00 – 15:00 Farewell Lunch - Restaurant at Leonardo Hotel Granada 15:00 – 18:30 The Cultural Visit will take place at different and important monuments of Granada like the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel SPECIAL SESSIONS SELECTED FOR ICREPQ’20 No. TITLE CHAIRMEN 1 Control and integration of wind energy systems M.J. Duran Martínez and M. A. H. El-Sayed 2 Microgrids and Smart grids G. B. Gharehpetian and Alfredo Vaccaro 3 Electric vehicles Pere Andrada 4 Solar Technologies Silvano Vergura and Gianpaolo Vitale 5 Applications of Multi-Level Converters and Inverters in Power P. N. Tekwani Quality Improvement 6 Sustainable Energy Mix Mohamed A.H. El-Sayed 7 Wind Turbines of the Future: Economics, Design & Operation Hashem Oraee 8 Harmonics and Power Quality András Dán and Dávid Raisz 9 Ecodesign, regulation standards and efficiency improvement of Ramón Bargalló electric motors 10 Ocean Energy (Wave, tidal and offshore wind) Ahmed Zobaa 11 Power Electronics for Renewable Energy Systems Silvano Vergura and Gianpaolo Vitale 12 Net Zero Energy Building Antonio Gagliano and Francesco Nocera 13 Economic, Financial and Social aspects of Renewable Energy Mihail Predescu Penetration 14 Nanotechnology for Renewable Energy Basma El Zein and Elhadj Dogheche 15 Low & High Temperature Fuel Cells Etim Ubong 16 Power Quality and Renewable Energy André Martinez and Shahrokh Saadate 17 Renewable energies for developing countries Vít BRŠLICA and Alfredo Vaccaro 18 Strategic Energy Planning Roberto Cesar Betini and Emilio Torrente 19 Model Predictive Control for Power Electronics Converters Kouzou Abdellah Dedicated to Renewable Energies systems 20 Impacts of renewable energy for industrial development and Amine Boudghene Stambouli and Samir Flazi sustainable economics 21 FACT (SVC, STATCOM, UPFC, HVDC...) Manuel Pérez Donsión
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 AUTHORS Oral Presentations Each speaker of an oral presentation has an available time of 15 minutes (12 minutes for the presentation and 3 minutes for questions) and must be in the session room 10 minutes before of the beginning of the session for to test the audiovisual equipment and for to exchange opinions with the Session Chairman. We suggest that the speakers of one oral presentation prepare their material in Power Point. Poster Presentations The posters must be numbered, on the up left corner, with the number of the paper and it will be put, about 15 minutes before of the beginning of the session, on the pin board that you previously can chose and it must be take off 15 minutes after of the end of the session. The author(s) must be stay near the poster during the 45 minutes of the session duration for to answer all the questions that the audience or the chairmen could formulate. The maximum available surface for each poster will be 1000 mm x 2500 mm (width x high). You must select your poster size take into account this maximum available surface (Perhaps an A0 size, 841×1189 mm (width x high), could be appropriate). Put on the pin board separated sheets of the paper are not allowed. SESSION CHAIRMEN On behalf of the International Scientific Committee, Steering Committee and the Organising Committee of the ICREPQ’20 and take into account their eminent position in the world of science we have selected 37 session chairmen. It is an honour for us their collaboration for to chair the sessions of ICREPQ’20 and their contribution would be greatly appreciated. We wish to express our warmest thanks. Traditionally the Chairmen of each Session are independent in organising the Session. Nevertheless it is of special importance that the different session chairmen prepare some questions about the papers of their session in order to get a more dynamic one. Furthermore we expect of the session chairmen the following: Plenary sessions Each plenary session should not exceed 45 minutes including presentation and discussion, (35 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions). Oral sessions Each oral paper presentation should not exceed 15 minutes including presentation and discussion, (12 minutes for presentation and 3 minutes for questions). Poster sessions The author(s) of a poster presentation must be stay near to their poster during the 45 minutes of the session duration and in order to get a more dynamic session it is important that along this period of time each of the chairmen of the poster sessions formulate questions to the authors and check that all is OK. The chairmen of each of the poster sessions file up one sheet, with punctuations for each of the presented poster in that session and then, take into account these evaluations, the Organizers will deliver during the Closing Session one silver plate and one diploma to the three best posters selected. RE&PQJ All the papers presented in the conference will be included in the "Renewable Energy and Power Quality Journal (RE&PQJ)" with ISSN: 2172-038X and the CrosRef DOI that will have the format: http://dx.doi.org/10.24084/repqj16.200. The RE&PQJ was accepted by SCOPUS for the indexing process.
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 Chairmen Session distribution Wednesday 2nd September, 2020 HOUR SESSION CHAIRMEN 10:15 - 11:00 PLENARY SESSION PL1 Inmaculada Zamora José Ignacio San Martín Díaz Lluis Pacheco 11:00 - 11:45 POSTER SESSION P1 Lidiia Kovernikova Itsvan Vokony ORAL SESSION A1 Silvano Vergura 11:45 - 13:00 ORAL SESSION B1 Kary Thanapalan 13:00 - 15:00 Welcome Lunch 15:00 - 16:45 PANEL SESSION-1 Antonio Gómez Expósito Reinaldo Gomes da Silva 16:45 -- 17:30 POSTER SESSION P2 Leonardo Acho Mohamed Albadi Antonio José Calderon ORAL SESSION A2 Gorazd Stumberger 17:30 -- 18:45 ORAL SESSION B2 Mircea Ion Buzdugan rd Thursday 3 September, 2020 9:30 - 10:15 PLENARY SESSION PL2 Gianpaolo Vitale 10:15 - 11:00 PLENARY SESSION PL3 Mohamed El-Sayed Erika Laporta Dorota Krawczyk 11:00 - 11:45 POSTER SESSION P3 David Scheepers Adam Muc ORAL SESSION A3 Catalin Alexandru 11:45 - 13:00 ORAL SESSION B3 Milan Belik 13:00 - 15:00 Lunch 15:00 -- 16:15 ORAL SESSION A4 Wolf-Gerrit Früh ORAL SESSION B4 Francesco Nocera Santiago Arnaltes 16:15 - 17:00 POSTER SESSION P4 Joâo Rafael Galvão Vladislav Samoylenko Masakazu Kato 17:00 - 18:30 PANEL SESSION-2 Yilu Liu th Friday 4 September, 2020 9:00 -- 9:45 PLENARY SESSION PL4 Enrique Alameda Hernández 9:45 - 10:30 PLENARY SESSION PL5 Fernando Aznar Dols Valery Vodovozov Ines Maria Suarez 10:30 - 11:15 POSTER SESSION P5 Gustavo Brito Pedro Luis Cruz ORAL SESSION A5 Pablo Eguia 11:15 - 12:15 ORAL SESSION B5 Antonio Rodero CLOSING SESSION 12:30 - 13:00 Best poster awards Time for present ICREPQ'21 13:00 - 15:00 Farewell Lunch NOTE: In some cases the Chairman of one Oral Session need to present his own paper in that session, then we suggest that first he present his paper and after that he will chair the other papers that will be presented in the session.
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 ICREPQ’20 KEYNOTES PL1. "Wind generation in weak systems", by Prof. Luis Rouco Universidad Pontificia Comillas. Madrid, Spain Weak systems are characterized by low short circuit ratio and/or low inertia. Wind generation face problems of different nature when connecting to weak systems. The question from the view point of a wind generator manufacturer is to squeeze the generator controls to maximize wind generation in a given point of connection. Several phenomena and issues will be discussed: subsynchronous resonance, harmonic amplification, voltage stability and controller interaction. This contribution will describe methods and tools developed in research projects for wind generation equipment manufacturers. Short biography of Prof. Luis Rouco Rodríguez Luis Rouco Rodríguez obtained the titles of Industrial Engineer and Doctor Industrial Engineer for the Technical University of Madrid in 1985 and 1990 respectively. He is a Professor of the Technical School of Engineering (ICAI) of the University Pontificia Comillas of Madrid. He has been The Director of the Department of Electrotechnics and Systems in the period 1999-2005. It teaches courses of Electrical Machines in the studies of Industrial Engineer and of Advanced Analysis of Systems of Electric power and of System stability of Electric power in the Program of Postdegree in Electric power School. He has been The Director of the Specialist's Course in Operation of the Electrical System REE- ICAI in the period 2004-2007 and of the Master in Electrical Technology ENDESA-ICAI in the period 2007-2011. Prof. Rouco Rodríguez develops his activities of research in the Institute of Technological Researh (IIT) where it has supervised numerous projects of research and consultancy for the public Spanish administrations (Department of Education, Department of Promotion, GIF, etc.), the principal electrical Spanish companies like Endesa, Iberdrola, Natural Gas, Electrical Network of Spain, Union Fenosa and Viesgo and other industrial companies as ABB, Iberian AEG of Electricity, Ardanuy Ingeniería, Babcock and Wilcox Española, Hard Felguera, Eliop, Grouped Businessmen, Indra, Initec Energía, To hoist, SEMI, Sener and Assembled Technologies. Also it has developed projects for companies and foreign institutions as Alstom (Switzerland), University of La Plata and CAMMESA (Argentina), RTE-France and INESC - I Carry (Portugal). The areas of work of the Prof. Rouco Rodríguez are the shaped one, analysis, simulation and control of the systems of electric power. Prof. Rouco Rodríguez has published great number of articles in conferences and national and foreign magazines. Prof. Rouco Rodríguez is member of the IEEE and of CIGRÉ, President of the Spanish Chapter of the Power and Energy Society of the IEEE and member of the Executive Committee of the National Committee of CIGRÉ's Spain. He has been an investigative visitor in Ontario Hydro (Toronto, Canada), MIT (Cambridge, Massachusetts, The United States) and ABB Power Systems (Vasteras, Sweden).
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 PL2. "New trends in electrolyte materials for solid batteries operating at ambient temperature" by Dr. Claudio Gerbaldi, GAME Lab, Department of Applied Science and Technology, Politecnico di Torino, Italy. The always increasing role of smart technology in modern society requires the development of advanced energy storage systems, which can be used in portable electronic devices as well as in electric and hybrid/electric vehicles and in large stationary storage systems. In this scenario, lithium-ion batteries represent the mostly efficient and widespreadly exploited technology at present. However, especially for applications where safety and low cost are essential requirements, alternative technologies such as Na-ion batteries and/or alternative post-Li systems are being intensively investigated. This contribution will provide an overview of the recent trends regarding the development of highly ionic conductive crosslinked polymer electrolytes with wide electrochemical stability, mechanical properties for safe and aging resistant lithium- and/or sodium-based batteries operating at ambient temperature. Noteworthy, the GAME Lab focuses its research activity on the study and development of innovative, high performance and low environmental impact materials through the use and optimization of original, clean, simple, low cost preparation procedures easily scalable at an industrial level. References ACS Applied Energy Materials 2 (2019) 1600; Adv. En. Mater. 8 (2018) 1802438; J. Power Sources 365 (2017) 293; ACS Energy Lett. 1 (2016) 678; Scientific Reports 6 (2016) 19892; Energy Storage Mater. 3 (2016) 69; ChemSusChem 8 (2015) 3668; Nano Energy 2 (2013) 1279; J. Mater. Chem. 22 (2012) 3227. Short biography of Dr. Claudio Gerbaldi Claudio Gerbaldi graduated in 2002 and got his PhD in Material Science and Technology at the Politecnico di Torino in 2006. He is an Associate Professor of Fundamentals of Chemical Technology at the Politecnico di Torino. He is the leader of the Group for Applied Materials and Electrochemistry (GAME-Lab) at the Department of Applied Science and Technology – DISAT. He has more than 17 years of experience on electrochemical energy storage (mainly, Li- /Na-based batteries) and conversion (mainly, dye-sensitized solar cells) devices with a specific focus on the development of advanced polymer electrolyte membranes by light-induced and thermal polymerisation techniques, as well as bio-inspired nanostructured electrode materials by sustainable water-based production techniques. In the last 5 years, he has been scientific coordinator at the Politecnico di Torino of 4 EU H2020 projects on the development of solid-state batteries and 3 research contracts with large companies like Toyota and Solvay on the same topic. He is author/co-author of about 131 scientific research articles published in international ISI journals (average I.F. > 5) with >1000 annual citation counts in recent years (>4400 total citations) and h-index 42. He participated in > 70 national/international conferences (>100 oral talks and/or poster presentations), 12 as a distinguished invited/keynote speaker. He is member of the Executive Committee of the Electrochemistry Division of the Italian Chemical Society. Among others, he has received the Piontelli Award for outstanding results in Electrochemistry from the President of the Italian Republic (2015) and the ‘‘UniCredit Award’’ for the Young Innovation in Research (2007).
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 PL3. "Transition to Renewable Energies: A Reality Check" , by Prof. Marcel Lacroix, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada. The transition to renewable energies (REs) appears to be the way towards a more sustainable world. The deployment of REs should alleviate our dependence on fossil fuels and abate the emission of greenhouse gases. But History and fundamental scientific principles reveal that this energy transition will be far more difficult than anticipated. Ten inescapable realities impede it. These barriers are: (1) the magnitude of the energy shift and its time scale; (2) the intermittency of energy supply; (3) the energy storage; (4) the deployment of smart grids; (5) the availability of strategic minerals; (6) the geography; (7) the energy density; (8) the power density; (9) the energy return on investment; and (10) the implementation of energy programs and policies. A thorough examination of these realities shows that REs cannot meet our present needs. The challenge is not to adapt REs to the world but to adapt the world to REs. The question then is to determine whether or not the world is ready to embark on such an ambitious journey. Short biography of Prof. Marcel Lacroix Dr. Lacroix holds a Bachelor’s degree in physics, magna cum laude, from the University of Ottawa, a Master’s and a Ph.D. in nuclear engineering from the École Polytechnique de Montréal. His professional career spans nearly 40 years in the public and in the private sectors, in Canada and abroad. He worked for Atomic Energy of Canada at the Chalk River nuclear Laboratories and for the Groupe d’analyse nucléaire, a consultant firm that conducts safety analyses for nuclear power stations. Dr. Lacroix has been a full Professor at the Université Claude Bernard of Lyon and at the École des Mines de France. He has authored and co-authored hundreds of peer-reviewed scientific papers and he has published several textbooks in thermodynamics, and popular books on energy and nuclear technologies. Dr. Lacroix is currently a full Professor at the University of Sherbrooke and a private engineering consultant for the power and process industry and for law firms. During his career, Dr. Lacroix held over fifteen invited professorships at foreign universities. He is a much sought after keynote speaker at international conferences as well as a public speaker. He appears regularly in the media across Canada for commenting on issues pertaining to energy technologies. In 2018, Dr. Lacroix was appointed as a Governor in Council permanent member for the Canadian Nuclear Safe. PL4. "How Copper Contributes to Sustainable Mobility", by Dr. Fernando Nuño. European Copper Institute, Spain Several analysis predict that by 2040, about 60% of global new passenger vehicle sales will be EVs, and these vehicles will then make up 30% of the global passenger vehicle fleet. Europe is expected to become the second largest market for EVs in the 2020s, behind China. This brings up concerns as to whether there are actually enough resources to meet this growing demand and to enable the high uptake of EVs in the coming decades. The availability of copper will be presented and put in perspective with other raw materials such as rare earth elements. High performance motor design without rare earth permanent magnets is feasible: the ReFreeDrive project has tackled this challenge. Its main results and a comparison with permanent magnet benchmarks will be presented.
International Conference on Renewable Energy Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) (ICREPQ’20 University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 Short biography of Fernando Nuño Fernando Nuño works at the European Copper Institute as Energy and Climate Portfolio Manager. He is in charge of copper products and markets related to the Energy Transition, notably electric motors and cables. He is also responsible for innovation and has led several EU-funded EU funded H2020 projects, notably ReFreeDrive, which develops rare earth-free earth free motors for electric vehicles. He graduated as an Energy Engineer in 1998 from Bilbao Engineering School (Spain) and Institut Français du Pétrole (France). Since then, he has worked in various areas of the energy sector, such as combined heat and power generation, and regulation of electricity markets. PL5. "IFMIF-DONES:ES: a key milestone in the long path to Nuclear Fusion" by Dr. Antonio Manuel Peña-García, Peña University of Granada, Spain Nuclear Fusion has been one of the golden dreams of Mankind for ages. However, the successful control and profit from the energy produced in Nuclear Fusion reactions is still far away to be a reality. There are several reasons for this delay with respect to Nuclear Fission, a process that has been controlled for many years and powers our houses, factories and installations everyday. Among the main difficulties to profit from Nuclear Fusion, we find the control of plasmas at temperatures above 100MºC, and protecting the installation from the exceeding neutrons. In this complex framework, the International Fusion Materials Irradiation Facility (IFMIF) - DEMO-Oriented Oriented Neutron Source (DONES), to be installed in Granada (Spain), is the largest project of the Scientific Community to test the materials that can accurately stop these neutrons without damaging fusion reactors, and a real hope to definitively control Fusion and produce high amounts of cleaner energy. Short biography of Antonio Manuel Peña-García García Dr. Antonio Peña-García García (Granada, Spain, 1977) holds a Ph.D. and Master in Physics by the University of Granada, where he is Associate Professor of Lighting Technology at the Department of Civil Engineering, and Director of the Research Group “Lighting Technology for Safety and Sustainability”, which he founded in 2012. Before joining the University, he was Responsible for Regulation ation & Homologation in the Lighting System Branch of Valeo Group in Spain. n. He has published more than 80 contributions in high ranked journals and international congresses, directed several doctoral theses these and been IP always in the field of Sustainable Lighting. ghting. Beyond his University, Antonio Peña has been visiting professor in the “Sapienza” University of Rome R (Italy) during three months. In November 2017 he was appointed as Director of the Office for the Implementation of IFMIF- IFMIF DONES (OFID), one of the e great milestones in the way to Nuclear Fusion.
International Conference on Renewable Energy Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) (ICREPQ’20 University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 PANEL SESSION-1 "Recent Recent experiences on the application of AI techniques to distribution systems" Chair: Prof. Antonio Gomez-Exposito Gomez Antonio Gomez-Exposito Gomez is the “Endesa Chair” Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Seville, Spain. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and past editor of several journals, including the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems. Among other recognitions, he received recei the 2019 IEEE/PES Outstanding Power Engineering Educator Award and the 2011 Research and Technology Transfer Award, granted by the Government of Andalusia. Panels and speakers "Application of neural networks to determine the customer connectivity basedd on smart meters" Panelist: Mr. Adolfo Carmona Pardo, Pardo Ingelectus. Abstract: Along with the massive installation of Smart Meters in the distribution grid, new applications, e.g. state estimation, have been developed in order to improve the operation of the electrical network. Such applications require a faithful knowledge of the network n topology, specifically the feeder and phase where the customers are connected to. Classical solutions for this complex combinatorial problem usually fail in such mission. Fortunately, with the development of artificial intelligence techniques, such as machine learning through neural networks, this kind of problems can be solved much more efficiently. This works shows the results of applying, to different currently-operating currently operating distribution grids, artificial neural networks which discover the customer connectivity connectivity to the network using smart meter measurements. Rubén Carmona Pardo received B.E. degree in energy engineering and M.Sc. degree in advanced analytics on big data, from the University of Malaga, Spain, in 2017 and 2019, respectively. He is currently pursuing the M.Sc. degree in electrical power systems in the University of Seville, Spain. In 2019, he joined Ingelectus SL, Seville, Spain, as a energy data analyst. His work focuses on data- data driven projects in distribution networks and artificial intelligence applications in electrical power systems. "Ensemble Ensemble Forecasting for Distributed Energy Integration" Integration Panelist: Catalina Gómez-Quiles, Gómez University of Seville Abstract: Modern power systems, embedding ubiquitous distributed energy resources, such as electric vehicles and storage systems, increasingly need to resort to advanced forecasting techniques, from generation to demand. In this context, the accuracy of the results is generally proportional to the benefits for the involved utilities. This has led the stakeholders to test and compare different prediction techniques in order to identify the most accurate one. An alternative approach, consisting of an ensemble method which which dynamically weights all algorithms over time, is presented and discussed. Tests with actual time series related to generation and demand have shown improvements in the mean and the standard deviation of the prediction errors.
International Conference on Renewable Energy Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) (ICREPQ’20 University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 Catalina Gómez-Quiles Gómez received the electrical engineering degree from the University of Seville, Spain, in 2006, the Msc. Eng. degree in electrical engineering from McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada, in 2008, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Seville, in 2012. Her research interests include mathematical and computer models for power system analysis, risk assessment in competitive electricity markets, and forecasting in power systems. "Monitoring Monitoring of MV/LV transformers by applying data analytics to electrical and thermal sensors information" information Panelist: Jacob Rodriguez Rivero, Rivero Endesa Abstract: The possibility of correlating information from electrical, image and other kind of sources, such as the dissolved gas concentrations in transformer oil, with several simultaneous measurements, could be useful to distinguish the root cause of failures. This This is actually the main goal of the MONICA and PASTORA projects developed by Endesa-Enel Endesa Enel and other international companies, which are aimed at accurately determining the actual situation of low and medium- medium voltage distribution grids in real-time, real preventingg and accelerating the solution of network failures. Jacob Rodriguez Rivero is a Telecommunication Engineer by University of Seville and Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA) by I.I. San Telmo (IESE). He has been 12 years with Endesa and Enel, where he currently works as Unit Manager in Endesa Ingenieria and Innovation Innovation Project Manager in Endesa Red. In addition, he is a Lecturer in Telecommunication degree at University of Granada. He is involved in several national and international R&D projects such as Smart City Malaga, SmartCity Barcelona, , SmartCity Buzios (Brasil), (Brasil), SmartCity Santiago (Chile), SmartCity Bogotá (Colombia), Growsmarter (H2020) and GRACIOS "Detection of non-technical technical losses through machine learning techniques" Panelist: Madalina Buzau, Buzau University of Seville Abstract: Non-technical technical electricity losses due to anomalies or frauds are accountable for important revenue losses in power utilities. Recent advances have been made in this area, fostered by the roll-outout of smart meters. The objective of this work is to explore the t capabilities of machine learning algorithms and smart meter data for non-technical non technical losses detection in electricity utilities. The goal of these algorithms is to detect any type of non-technical non losses, regardless of their source. This research was focused focused on two types of customers: industrial/large commercial (contracted power > 50 kW) and residential/small commercial (contracted power < 15 kW). Madalina Buzau received a B.Eng. degree in power systems from the Politehnica University of Bucharest and a M.Res. degree in electrical engineering and sustainable development from the Lille University of Science and Technology. She is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree with the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Seville. Her main research focus focus is on the usage of smart meter data and machine learning algorithms for non-technical non technical loss detection in the utilities. utilitie
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 PANEL SESSION-2 "Bulk Power Grid AI Applications" "Wind Power Forecasting using Light Gradient Boosting Machine" by Prof . Xiao-Ping Zhang, University of Birmingham, UK Abstract: With increasing wind farm penetration, the accuracy of wind power forecasting is of great interest to the power grid operations due to its stochastic and intermittent nature. Conventional wind power forecasting method, including both physical method and statistical method, rely on a numerical weather prediction model. The accuracy of the prediction highly depends on meteorological elements and it has high computational demand. More recently, artificial intelligence or machine learning type of prediction models become more and more developed. In this paper, a light gradient boosting machine based wind power forecasting model is proposed. The correlation between reference wind mast (RWM) data and wind farm output power is analyzed. And then the wind power output data is clustered into different groups based on the Pearson correlation coefficient. Wind power forecasting is then developed through the light gradient boosting machine within each cluster. The performance of the proposed method is evaluated against data from a Spanish wind farm Sotavento Galicia. Prof . Xiao-Ping Zhang. PhD, FIEEE, FIET Chair in Electrical Power Systems Director of Smart Grid, Birmingham Energy Institute Co-Director, Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage University of Birmingham Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK Tel: +44 121 414 4298 E-mail: X.P.Zhang@bham.ac.uk Dr. Zhang is Professor of Electrical Power systems, Director of Smart Grid, Birmingham Energy Institute and Co-Director of Birmingham Energy Storage Centre. He co-authored 5 books (including the monograph “Flexible AC Transmission Systems: Modelling and Control”, Springer 2006/2012, and “Restructured Electric Power Systems: Analysis of Electricity Markets with Equilibrium Models”, IEEE Press/Wiley in 2010), 100+ journal papers and 150+ conference papers. He was an Alexander-von- Humboldt Fellow in 1999/2000. He is an IEEE PES Distinguished Lecturer on HVDC, FACTS and Wave Energy Generation. He has been named an IEEE Fellow for his contributions to modeling and control of high-voltage DC and AC transmission systems. Professor Zhang is Chair of the IEEE WG on Test Systems for Economic Analysis and also Secretary of IFAC Technical Committee on Power and Energy Systems Control. He is advisor to the IEEE PES UK & Ireland Chapter. He published the visionary article on Smart Energy Community for Smart Cities in the IEEE Smart City News Letter in 2018. He is co-founder of the UK-China Strategic Workshop Series on Smart Grid. He has been appointed as a panel member of the International Exchanges Committee of Royal Society since 2018. He contributed to two reports on energy for Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology and UK Government Science Office. Web Page http://www.profxiaopingzhang.org/
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 "Augmented Simulators with AI" by Antoine Marot, R&D engineer at RTE (Reseau de Transport d’Electricité), France. Abstract: Transporting electricity across states, countries, or continents is vital to modern societies. We take for granted that electricity is available to use at all time, but reliably managing power grids and in particular avoiding ”blackouts” (catastrophic cascading failures) is a difficult problem requiring skilled engineer controlling operation at all times. With the advent of renewable energies and the globalization of electricity markets, the problem is increasing in complexity. In this context, there are opportunities for neural networks and machine learning methods to help automating the system. The contributions of neural networks can range from replacing existing physical simulators of the grid by faster neural network proxies, to suggesting preventive or curative actions to protect lines from over-heating, by rebalancing the flow in the power grid. The latter problem may be amenable to reinforcement learning. We will compare two neural network approaches that we developed to speed up power flow computations. The first one, the LEAP net (LatentEncoding of Atypical Perturbation) implements a form of transfer learning, permitting to train on a few source domains (grid topology perturbations), then generalize to new target domains (combinations of perturbations), without learning on any example of that domain. We evaluate the viability of this technique to rapidly assess curative actions that human operators take in emergency situations, using real historical data, from the French high voltage power grid. The second one, the Graph Neural Solver (GNS) overcomes the limitation of the LEAP net to work in the vicinity of a fixed grid topology by implementing an iterative approximation of the physics equations. Finally, to go beyond the simple prediction of flows and move towards assisting operators to control the grid, we present the competition program ”learning to run a power network”, of which a first edition ran this year as part of the IJCNN competition program. More information at website: https://l2rpn.chalearn.org/ Antoine Marot is an R&D engineer at RTE (Reseau de Transport d’Electricité) now leading a team of AI experts to to introduce artificial intelligence at every level of the company. He previously lead a team of researchers on a groundbreaking project called Apogee that aims at building a personal assistant for control room operators, in contrast of their always growing fragmented multi-applications with multi-screen working environment today. He owns a double master degree in Engineering from Stanford and Ecole Centrale de Paris with specific interests in both machine learning and the field of energy. After interning at Tesla Motors, he joined RTE on the Apogee project more than 5 years ago in Paris and is looking forward to building new fruitful research collaborati- ons, in addition to the existing ones with INRIA (the top AI research lab in France), to bring novel AI solutions to build the smart grid of the future. He recently co-authored many papers and gave several talks at AI Conferences, such as the openingkeynote at IJCNN 2019. However, it appears that an artificial intelligence for power systems community needs to be reinforced to make faster progress. He is eager to contribute building such a community. Opening challenges such as the "Learning to run a power grid" challenge to wider communities is one more step to move forward into that direction. "Self-learning Autonomous Control for Power Systems Powered by Deep Reinforcement Learning", by Dr. Di Shi, AI & System Analytics Group at GEIRI North America (GEIRINA), USA. Abstract: Power systems are facing grand challenges from increasing dynamics and stochastics from both the generation and the demand sides. This has caused great difficulty in designing and implementing optimal control for the grid in real time. Tremendous efforts have been spent in the past on computational methods and advanced modeling techniques that provide faster and better situational awareness, based on measurements from advanced grid sensors, PMU as an example. However, as grid operators are heavily involved in the decision-
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 making process, the entire procedure has not been made fully automated, limiting the potential of such applications. That is, not only does the ‘grid’ need to perceive faster, it also needs to think and act faster. Towards this end, sub-second autonomous control schemes need to be developed. Over the past years, the AI & System Analytics Group at GEIRI North America has built up an autonomous grid dispatch and control platform using deep reinforcement learning, the Grid Mind. Recently the Grid Mind framework has been implemented at one of the biggest provincial power systems in China. This talk will summarize this developmental effort and lessons learnt from system deployment and validation while focusing on the key technologies utilized for the Grid Mind framework. Dr. Di Shi is a Principal Engineer and Department Head of the AI & System Analytics Group at GEIRI North America (GEIRINA). He also directs the Advanced Power System Laboratory (APSL). He received both his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in EE from Arizona State University (ASU), and a B.S. degree in EE from Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU). Dr. Shi serves as Editor of IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid and IEEE Power Engineering Letters, Chair of the IEEE PES San Francisco Chapter, and the Vice Chair of the System Stem at Power System Engineering Research Center (PSERC). Prior to joining GEIRINA, he held various research positions at NEC Laboratories America (NECLA), Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), and ASU. He also worked as (part-time) Principal/Senior Consultant for two consulting firms. Dr. Shi has authored/co-authored over 130 journal and conference papers. He is the inventor of 39 US patents/patent applications. He received two Best Paper Awards in IEEE PES General Meeting 2017 and 2019, two Best Paper Awards from 2019 IEEE Sustainable Power and Energy Conference, Championship in AI competition “2019 Learning to run a power network (L2RPN)”, a Technology Commercialization Award from NEC Labs America in 2014, and the Grand Prix Award from ABU Robocon 2007. "Post-Disturbance Maximum Frequency Excursion Prediction Using Convolutional Neural Network" by Prof. Xiaoru Wang School of Electrical Engineering of Southwest Jiaotong University, China. Abstract: The significant imbalance between power generation and load caused by severe disturbance may make the power system unable to maintain a steady frequency. If the post- disturbance maximum frequency excursion can be predicted and emergency controls are appropriately taken, the risk of frequency instability will be greatly reduced. In this paper, a predictive algorithm for post-disturbance maximum frequency excursion is proposed based on convolutional neural network (CNN) . The operation data before and immediately after disturbance is used to construct the input tensor data of CNN, with the dynamic frequency features of the power system after the disturbance as the output. The operation data of the power system such as generators unbalanced power has spatial distribution characteristics. The electrical distance is presented to describe the spatial correlation of power system nodes, and the t-SNE dimensionality reduction algorithm is used to map the high-dimensional distance information of nodes to the 2-D plane, thereby constructing the CNN input tensor to reflect spatial distribution of nodes operation data on 2-D plane. The CNN with deep network structure and local connectivity characteristics is adopted and the network parameters are trained by utilizing the backpropagation-gradient descent algorithm. The case study results on an improved IEEE 39-node system and an actual power grid in USA shows that the proposed method can predict the lowest frequency of power system after the disturbance accurately and quickly.
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 Xiaoru Wang received the B.E degree and M.E degrees in Electrical Engineering from Chongqing University, China, in1983 and 1988 respectively, and the Ph.D degree from Southwest Jiaotong University, China, in 1998. She is currently a Professor at the School of Electrical Engineering of Southwest Jiaotong University. Her research interests include stability analysis and control based on wide-area measurements. She is a senior member of IEEE. "AI for Real-Time Bulk Power System Steability Estimation" by Dr. Yilu Liu, University of Tennessee, USA Abstract: This talk will discuss the work performed for US department of energy in using artificial intelligence to estimate power system transiemt steability, small signal steability and frequency steability. The input to the AI engine is system dispatch and the results will be critical clearing time, frequency nadir for a given genertor trip size and thei nter-area oscillation damping ratio. The advantage of this AI approach is to reduce dynamic simulation time to achieve real-time stability predition for a given disapch. Real-time estimation can not be achieved if using the standard bulk power system dynamic tool such as TSAT due to the large size of the bulk power grid such as the US eastern interconnection and continental europen system. Yilu Liu received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the Ohio State University, Columbus, in 1986 and 1989. She received the B.S. degree from Xian Jiaotong University, China. Dr. Liu is currently the UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair at the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. She is also the deputy director of the DOE/NSF engineering research center CURENT (curent.utk.edu). She led the effort to create the North American power grid Frequency Monitoring Network FNET/GridEye (fnetpublic.utk.edu, powerit.utk.edu). Dr. Liu is also an expert in large grid dynamic modeling and simulations. Dr. Liu is a member of National Academy of Engineering, a member of the National Academy of inventors, a fellow of IEEE. She can be reached at Liu@utk.edu.
International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Quality (ICREPQ’20) University of Granada. Spain 2, 3, 4 of September 2020 We have received till now the following accepted definitive full papers for the “INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RENEWABLE ENERGIES AND POWER QUALITY (ICREPQ’20)” If your paper is not registered, please, formalize the registration as soon as possible, or clarify it. The papers not registered could be included in the schedule, but only provisionally Nº Titles/Authors/Institution/Country PL1 Wind generation in weak systems L. Rouco, J. L. Zamora, A. García-Cerrada Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid. Spain PS1 Application of Neural Networks to Determine the Customer Connectivity based on Smart Meters A. Gastalver-Rubio, R. Carmona-Pardo Ingelectus, Sevilla. Spain 200 Incentives for Renewable Energies in Colombia F. Villada, J.D. Saldarriaga-Loaiza, J.M. López-Lezama Department of Electrical Engineering Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin. Colombia 202 A Quick Fault Detection System Applied to Pitch Actuators of Wind Turbines Leonardo Acho Department of Mathematics, Polytechnic University of Catalunya. Terrassa. Spain 204 Some Heat Transfer Data for a Mannitol Derived Phase Change Material T. Rocha(1), V. Ferreira(2), A. Magalhães(3), C. Pinho(4) 1. Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica FEUP – Porto. Portugal 2,3. INEGI - Instituto de Ciência e Inovação em Engenharia Mecânica e Engenharia Industrial FEUP – Porto. Portugal 4. CEFT – DEMEC. Porto. Portugal 205 Evaluation of Energy Efficiency in Large-Scale Public Lighting. The case of the city of Cuenca, Ecuador Hugo Santiago Arévalo Pesántez(1), Leonardo Assaf(2) 1. Superintendent of Public Lighting, South Central Regional Electricity Company, Cuenca, Ecuador. Master’s Postgraduate Program MAVILE of the Department of Lighting Technology, Light and Vision, DLL&V, National University of Tucuman. Argentina 2. Researcher of the Department of Lighting Technology, Light and Vision, DLL&V, National University of Tucuman. Director of the Research Program Energy Systems and head of the Source and Equipment Labora. Argentina
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