IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT)
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Paper Sessions

 

Monday Feb. 25     |     Tuesday Feb. 26     |     Wednesday Feb. 27     |  Poster Session

 

Monday Feb. 25, 2013   
Track I 
Influence of Markets  (10:30am – 12:00pm)
Session Chair:  Farrokh Rahimi, Open Access Technology International, Inc. (OATI) 
67 Day-Ahead Electricity Market Forecasting using Kernels
463 A Game-Theoretic Price Determination Algorithm for Utility Companies Serving a Community in Smart Grid 
255 Tool for Determining Price Elasticity of Electricity Demand and Designing Dynamic Price Program
175 A Stochastic Programming Framework for Optimal Storage Bidding in Energy and Reserve Markets
279 Electricity Cost Minimization for a Residential Smart Grid with Distributed Generation and Bidirectional Power Transactions
471

Performance Evaluation System for Power Grid Dispatch and Operation

 
Value of Storage (1:00pm – 2:30pm)
Session Chair:  Betty Tobin, Snohomish County PUD
 
33 Investigation of Lithium-ion Battery Cycling in a Grid-tied Rooftop PV System through Accelerated Testing
514 Performance Improvement of a Grid Connected Direct Drive Wind Turbine Using Super-capacitor Energy Storage 
439 Resource Availability Effects on Cost Optimization for Battery Storage Systems
29 Storage Operation for Peak Shaving of Distributed PV and Wind Generation 
143 Maximizing Lithium-ion Vehicle Battery Life Through Optimized Partial Charging 
381

A Novel Cost-Aware Multi-Objective Energy Management Method for Microgrids

  
Distributed Energy Resources (3:00pm – 5:00pm)
Session Chair:  S. S. (Mani) Venkata, Alstom Grid
 
225 Modeling Power System Operation with Intermittent Resources
511 Modeling, Simulation and Hardware Implementation of a PV Power Plant in a Distributed Energy Generation System
385 Risk-Constrained Energy Management With Multiple Wind Farms
501 A Method to Visualize Interaction of Distributed Generation and Feeders’ Voltage Profiles
502 Factors Influencing Voltage Profiles of Distributed-Generation-Integrated Feeders
41 A Method for Aggregating and Utilizing Distribution-Level Controllable Loads for Management of Transmission-Level Grid Security
438 Adaptive Control for an HVDC Transmission Link with FACTS and a Wind Farm
139

Modeling the Last Mile of the Smart Grid

Track II: 
International Viewpoints  (10:30am – 12:00pm)
Session Chair:  Bruce Hamilton, Smart Grid Network, Inc.

98 Enterprise GIS and Smart Electric Grid for India’s Power Sector
557 Analysis on the Profitability of Demand Flexibility on the Swedish Peak Power Reserve Market
508 A Lesson Learned from Recent Cascading Outages: Coupled Interface and its Impact on the Smart-grid Development
309 Integration of Resident’s Energy Costs in Short Stay Accommodation Billing System
402 European Town Microgrid and Energy Storage Application Study
83 

Smart Grid: An Assessment of Opportunities and Challenges to its deployment in the Ghana Power System

   
Cybersecurity I (1:00pm – 2:30pm)
Session Chair:  Annabelle Lee, EPRI 
 
21 TCP Veto: A novel network attack and its application to SCADA protocols
475 Dynamic Key Refreshment for Smart Grid Mesh Network Security
435 Revealing Temporal Features of Attacks against Smart Grid
382 Cyber/Physical Security Vulnerability Assessment Integration
377 Bio-Inspired Cyber Security for Smart Grid Deployments
140 Risk-Aware Vulnerability Analysis of Electric Grids from Attacker’s Perspective
199 On Topology Attack of a Smart Grid
   
Cybersecurity II (3:00pm – 5:00pm)
Session Chair:   Russell Lefevre, IEEE
 
251 Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attacks on Load Frequency Control in Smart Grids
443 Providing Security to a Smart Grid Prosumer System Based on a Service Oriented Architecture in an Office Environment
130 Application Layer Security Proxy for Smart Grid Substation Automation Systems
346 Development of a Smart-Grid Cyber-Physical Systems Testbed
182 Smart Electric Vehicle Charging: Security Analysis
209 Smart Grid Protocol Testing Through Cyber-Physical Testbeds
   

 

Tuesday Feb. 26, 2013   
Track I 
Distribution System Protection  (10:30am – 12:00pm)
Session Chair:  Zareh Soghomonian, QinetiQ North America, Inc. 
264 Identification of Fault Location in Power Distribution System with Distributed Generation Using Support Vector Machines 
60 An Intranet-based Transmission Grid Fault Location Platform Using Synchronized IED Data for the Taiwan Power System
96 Fault Location and Isolation Using Multi Agent Systems in Power Distribution Systems with Distributed Generation Sources
186 Zonal Overcurrent Protection for Smart Radial Distribution Systems with Distributed Generation
181 Impact of LVRT Capability of Wind Turbines on Distance Protection of AC Grids
291

Application of IEC61850-Enabled SAS in CBF Protection of Transformers

 
Distributed Energy Resources and Storage (1:00pm – 2:30pm)
Session Chair:  Ron Melton, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  
447 Online Tuned Neural Networks for Fuzzy Supervisory Control of a PV-Battery System
380 Integration of PEVs and PV-DG in Power Distribution Systems using Distributed Energy Storage – Dynamic Analyses
222 Optimum Design of the Cooperative Control Applied to the Distributed Generators Control in Smart Grids
567 A Strategy to Improve Reference Tracking of Distributed Energy Resources
242 Energy Management Research using Emulators of Renewable Generation and Loads
  
Electric Vehicle and Distribution Systems (3:00pm – 5:00pm)
Session Chair:  Thomas Kerestes, West Monroe Partners, LLC 
486 Distributed Compensation of a Large Intermittent Energy Resource in a Distribution Feeder
392 Energy Scheduling and Allocation in Electric Vehicle Energy Distribution Networks
394 Charging Load from Large-scale Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles: Impact and Optimization
262 Methodology for the Optimal Design of PEV Charging Systems with Multiple Chargers and Distributed Resources
148 EV Charging and Its Applications in Active Distribution Systems
131 Minimization of Impact from Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment to the Electric Grid Using a Dynamically Controlled Battery Bank for Peak Load Shaving
122 Decentralized Scheduling of PEV On-Street Parking and Charging for Smart Grid Reactive Power Compensation
Track II 
Distribution System Analysis (10:30am – 12:00pm)
Session Chair:  Chen-Ching Liu, Washington State University
  
431 A Quasi-Monte Carlo Approach for Radial Distribution System Probabilistic Load Flow
236 The Development and The Application of Fast Decoupled Load Flow Method for Distribution Systems with High R/X Ratios Lines
432 Modeling and Control of Aggregated Air Conditioning Loads Under Realistic Conditions
177 Interactive Artificial Bee Colony based on Distribution Planning with Renewable Energy Units
201 Wavelet-based Load Profile Representation for Smart Meter Privacy
   
Power System Stability (1:00pm – 2:30pm)
Session Chair:  Al Rotz, PES Past President
  
450 Small-Signal Stability Effects of Turbine Governors on Power Systems with High Penetrations of Integrated Wind Power
455 Transient Stability Effects of Power Systems with Different Configurations for Wind Power Integration
260 Impact of DFIG Wind Power on Power System Small Signal Stability
169 Comparison Between SFCL and TSC For Voltage Stability Enhancement of Wind Generator System
102 On-line Redesign Based Approach for Fault Accommodation in Wind Turbines
78 

Influence Models for Cascading Failure and Frequency Oscillation in the Power Grid

   
Distribution System Applications (3:00pm – 5:00pm)
Session Chair:  Jerry Fitzpatrick, NIST
 
300 Technology Deployment Status of U.S. Smart Grid Projects – Electric Distribution Systems
116 Avoided Costs and Effects of Voltage Control by Demand Response in a Distribution Network with High Integration of Rooftop PV
125 A Novel Partitioning Strategy for Distribution Networks Featuring Many Small Scale Generators
47 Integrated Volt/VAR Control Using Single-Phase Capacitor Bank Switching
42 A Smart Distribution Transformer Management with Multi-Agent Technologies
283 Advanced Photovoltaic Inverter Functionality Verification using 500kW Power Hardware-in-Loop (PHIL) Complete System Laboratory Testing
292 Gradient Based Centralized Optimal VoltVar Control Strategy for Smart Distribution System

 

Wednesday Feb. 27, 2013   
Track I 
Wide Area Monitoring  (10:30am – 12:00pm)
Session Chair:  Harold Kirkham, PNNL
389 A Practical Method for Realizing Large-scale and Flexible Demand Response 
556 System-Centric Control Architecture for Wide Area Monitoring and Control
256 Wide Area Monitoring and Control for Voltage Assessment in Smart Grids with Distributed Generation 
483 A Real-Time Platform for Validating Continuous Wide-Area Control Systems 
467 Ultra-Large Scale Power System Control Architecture
213

Novel Braking Resistor Models for Transient Stability Enhancement in Power Grid System

 
Phasor Measurement Unit (1:00pm – 2:30pm)
Session Chair: Mladen Kezunovic, Texas A&M University
  
188 State Estimation with Consideration of PMU Phase Mismatch for Smart Grids
113 Reconstruction of Phasor Dynamics at Higher Sampling Rates using Synchrophasors Reported at Sub-Nyquist Rate
178 Phasor Measurement Units for the Distribution Grid: Necessity and Benefits 
253 Practical Challenges of Integrating Synchrophasor Applications into an  EMS
250 Optimal PMU Placement for Wide-Area Monitoring Using Chemical Reaction Optimization
562

Current Trends on Applications of PMUs in Distribution Systems

  
Communications, Networks and Technologies (3:00pm – 5:00pm)
Session Chair:  Hamid Gharavi, NIST 
345 Assessment of Communication Technologies and Network Requirements for Different Smart Grid Applications
268 An Adaptive Wireless Resource Allocation Scheme with QoS Guaranteed in Smart Grid
52 Building an Architecture Based on IP-Multicast for Large Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU) Networks 
87 The Impact of Optimizing Algebraic Connectivity in Hierarchical Communication Networks for Transmission Operations in Smart Grids 
207 Multi-hop Aided Wireless Data Collection Based on Flow Priority
321 Self-Organization of a Mesh Hierarchy for Smart Grid Monitoring in Outage Scenarios
Track II 
Electric Vehicle Applications (10:30am – 12:00pm)
Session Chair:  Betty Tobin, Snohomish County PUD
  
119 A Novel Estimation Method for Controllable Demand Achieved by Numerous-Electric-Vehicle Charging Management
360 Load-scheduling and PHEVs in the Smart Grid
275 State of Charge Optimization for Military Hybrid Vehicle Microgrids
16 Analysis of a Building Power System with a Rooftop PV Array and PHEVs as an Aggregator
404 Generalized Microgrid-to-Smart Grid  Interface Models for Vehicle-to-Grid
   
Microgrid Applications (1:00pm – 2:30pm)
Session Chair:  Steven Pullins, Horizon Energy Group
  
406 Grid Code Violation during Fault Triggered Islanding of Hybrid Micro-grid
88 Model Selection Criteria for Short-Term Microgrid-Scale Electricity Load Forecasts
220 Load Sharing among Converters in an Autonomous Microgrid in Presence of Wind and PV Sources
278 Demand Shaping to Achieve Steady Electricity Consumption with Load Balancing in a Smart Grid
269 Dynamic Frequency Control of Autonomous Microgrid based on Family-friendly Controllable Loads
301

Microgrid Generation Expansion Planning Using Agent-Based Simulation

   
Demand Side Management (3:00pm – 5:00pm)
Session Chair:  Tariq Samad, Honeywell
 
297 Demonstration of a Home Energy Management System with Smart Thermostat Control
265 Optimal Demand Response Capacity of Automatic Lighting Control 
123 Autonomous Demand Response in Heterogeneous Smart Grid Topologies
518 Structured Energy: Microgrids and Autonomous Transactive Operation
464 Demand-side Management of Air Conditioning Cooling Loads for Intra-hour Load Balancing
257 An Architecture for Enabling Distributed Plug Load Control for Commercial Building Demand Response
285 Designing Customized Energy Services Based on Disaggregation of Heating Usage