Microgrids, as small-scale power systems with the ability of self-supply and islanding, are emerging as core components of the future power grid. There are many advantages to this technology, from increasing grid’s and customers’ reliability…
Computation has always been central to power system management and control. As grid operations become more complex, using existing mathematics on more powerful computers is not a practical approach to address the broad new class of complexities…
Electric utilities have invested heavily in monitoring and measurement infrastructure in the past decade to enable improved grid visibility and enhanced control functionalities. This has made data the epicenter of modern decision-making in power systems.
Rapid advances in distribution networks and the growing proliferation of distributed energy resources call for advanced management frameworks that support peer-to-peer communications while being fast, scalable, and secure.
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science
University of Denver
2155 East Wesley Avenue, Room 460
Denver, CO 80210