TEES Smart Grid Center to host second Smart Grid Workshop in April
The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Smart Grid Center is organizing the second Smart Grid Workshop on April 8, 2014.
The overall goals of this workshop are to strengthen partnerships between faculty, industry, end-users and government agencies; to expand on-going projects; and to develop white papers leading to collaborative research proposals.
Specific Objectives and Expected Outcomes:
• Discuss smart grid-related potential advances in the following areas: 1) Energy management for buildings and other facilities; 2) Big data, visualization, data analytics and optimization; 3) Synchrophasors, GPS and signal processing; 4) Communications, cyber-physical security and embedded systems; 5) Transmission, distribution and renewables interfacing, electricity markets; 6) Flexible load, energy storage, on-site generation and demand-side management.
• Identify means of partnerships within specific research areas above focusing on formulation of research problems, demonstration projects, technology evaluation, student internships and joint proposal for selected solicitations.
Detailed information on the program and the open registration site can be found athttp://smartgridcenter.tamu.edu/sgc/