Posner Hall, Room 152
David A. Tepper School of Business
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
A reception will be held on Monday night, March 8, 2010, which is the night before the meetings begin.
Time: 7:00 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Location: The bridge on the 3rd floor of Posner Hall.
PROGRAM - March 9
7:30a Continental Breakfast
SESSION I: GOVERNMENT, INDUSTRY, AND ACADEMIA VIEW
8:30a Conference Welcome: Marija Ilic & Lester Lave
Lester Lave, Chair
A Smarter Distribution System — Overview: Lester Lave, Carnegie Mellon
DoE’s goals for the ARRA Funding: Joseph Paladino: DOE
A Review of Customer Response to Price: Ahmad Faruqui: Brattle Group
Challenges in Florida: Chris Bennett: Florida Power & Light
SESSION 2: RELIABILITY AND SECURITY ISSUES IN SMART GRIDS,
Aaron Bennett, Chair
Beyond Smart Distribution Systems: Technical and Regulatory Opportunities and Challenges in Making Electricity Services End-to-End Sustainable — Overview: Marija Ilic, Carnegie Mellon University.
Polonetsky, Jules. "SmartPrivacy for the Smart Grid: Embedding Privacy into the Design of Electricity Conservation." Future of Privacy Forum and the Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, Canada.
Bennett, Aaron. "NERC's Smart Grid Task Force." NERC.
12:20p Discussion and summary of the morning’s presentations
SESSION 3: DESIGN OBJECTIVES FOR SMART ELECTRIC POWER GRIDS,
Overman, Thomas M. "High Assurance Smart Grid – Fundamental Considerations." The Boeing Company.
Nakafuji, Dora, Hawaiian Electric Company and Anthony Kuh, University of Hawaii. "Building up Grid SMARTs for Hawaii."
Illian, Howard. “Balancing and Frequency Control Issues and Research Needs.” EnergyMark.
Mudumbai, R., S. Dasgupta, and B. Cho. "Distributed Control of Alternative Energy Generatora." University of Iowa, Iowa City.
SESSION 4: DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT IN SMART GRIDS
Stephen Smith, Chair
Zimmerman, Terry L. and Stephen F. Smith. "Intelligent Power Scheduling on the Client Side." Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University.
Joo, Jhi-Young. "Using DYMONDS Simulator to Illustrate Potential of New Technologies." Carnegie Mellon University.
Forbes, Kevin. "The Smart Grid and the Imperative for Improved Modeling of Electricity Transmission Flows." The Catholic University of America.
Sunderhauf, Steve. "Barriers to Implementing Dynamic Pricing." PEPCO.
Berges, Mario. "Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring and Other Technology-enabled Demand-side Management Strategies." Carnegie Mellon University.
5:20p Overview and discussion of afternoon’s presentations
5:35p Reception and Student Posters
7:00p Dinner Speaker — Leonard Hyman: "The Really BIG Issues"
7:30a Continental Breakfast
SESSION 5: INTEGRATING RENEWABLE IN SMART GRIDS
Jay Apt, Chair
Integrating renewables into the electricity system — Overview, Jay Apt, Carnegie Mellon University
Lamadrid, Alberto, Tim Mount, Robert Thomas, and Ray Zimmerman. "The System Costs of Integrating Wind Generation Into Wholesale Electricity Markets." Cornell University.
Zhou, Yangfang, Stephen Smith, Alan Scheller-Wolf, and Nicola Secomandi. "Intermittent Resources with Storage in a Deregulated Electricity Market." Tepper School of Business and Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University.
SESSION 6: SOURCES AND MANAGEMENT OF UNCERTAINTIES IN SMART GRIDS
Tim Mount, Chair
Hug, Gabriela. "Systems Aspects of Storage for Wind Integration." Carnegie Mellon University.
Brumley, David. "Security & Privacy Issues with the Smart Grid." Carnegie Mellon University.
Hittinger, Eric. "Compensating for Wind Variability Using Co-Located Natural Gas Generation and Energy Storage." Carnegie Mellon University.
Rose, Stephen. "The Cost of Frequency Regulation from Curtailed Wind Farms." Carnegie Mellon University.
Katzenstein, Warren. "The Variability of Interconnected Wind Plants." Carnegie Mellon University.
Pattanariyankool, Sompop. "Optimal generation portfolios in an uncertain world." Carnegie Mellon
Hwang, Euiseok and Rohit Negi. "L1 minimization for a stochastic power network with sparse measurement errors." Carnegie Mellon University.
12:05p Discussion and overview of morning presentations
SESSION 7: ELECTRIC ENERGY SYSTEMS GROUP (EESG) — WORK IN PROGRESS ON MODELING, CONTROL, AND SIMULATIONS FOR SMART GRIDS,
Gabriela Hug, Chair
Ilic, Marija. "Dynamic Monitoring and Decision Systems (DYMONDS) --Converting Data into Information and Action (Spatial Aspects)." Carnegie Mellon University.
Joo, Jhi-Young (on behalf of EESG.) "From Theory to Smart Grid Simulator for Assissing and Demonstration Potential of New Technologies." Carnegie Mellon University.
Liu, Zhijian, Nipun Popli, and Marija Ilic. "Proof of Concept Use of PMU-Enabled Smart Grids: End-to-End Economic Dispatch, Regulation and Stabilization at Value." Carnegie Mllon University.
Cvetkovic, Milos, Andrew Hsu, Nermeen Tallat, Jovan Ilic, and Marija Ilic. "Toward a Unifying Dynamic Modeling for Smart Grids: Opportunities and Challenges Brought Anout by the Power Electronics." Carnegie Mellon University and Booz-Allen Hamilton (BAH).
Cvijic, Sanja and Marija Ilic. "Understanding the Role of PARs and OLTCs in the Changing Industry: Loop Flows Revisited." Carnegie Mellon University.
Abdel-Karim, Noha, Jeffrey Lang and Marija Ilic. "Assissing Potential Benefits of Voltage Optimization on Reliability and Locational Marginal Prices (LMPs) in the NPCC System with Significant Wind Power Penetration." Carnegie Mellon University and MIT.
3:30p Discussion of issues and research needs