This one-day seminar is free to join for any professional within the power system and power electronic fields.
This seminar is not a training. It aims at providing examples of how real-time simulation can help you developing and testing better protection and control systems.
This is also the perfect place to meet with other researchers in order to develop future collaborations.
09:30-10:00: Co-simulation in Energy domain – methods and applications
10:00-10:30: Introduction to real-time simulation/co-simulation
10:30-10:40: Coffee Break
10:40-11:10: IEC 60255-1xx Standards, Relay Protection Applications, Real Time Power System Simulation Tests
11:10-11:40: Towards Smart Grid-ready substations: A standard-compliant protection system
11:40-11:50: Coffee Break
11:50-12:20: Realistic Power System Simulations in IEC 61850 applications, different interfaces to relays and new tools to prove performances
12:20-12:50: Smart Grid, IEC 61850 Standard for Substation Automation
12:50-13:35: Finger Food Buffet Lunch Break
13:35-14:05: Intelligent reactive power control algorithms for distribution network
Real-time estimation of AC grid Short Circuit Capacity for HVDC control application
14:35-15:05: Real-time simulation requirement for microgrid vs large power system simulation
15:05-15:20: Coffee Break
15:20-15:50: Analysis of cyber attack in energy systems
15:50-16:20: Future challenges - simulation-based solutions
16:20-17:00: Laboratory visit and demonstration
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