IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability Nov 11-13 2018
IEEE

Program

Student Poster Contestants

 

Participating Posters

See announcement of the winners here.

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  1. Local and Sustainable Energy Production and Waste Treatment Using Co-digestion of Organic Solid Waste and Wastewater Solids in Yosemite National Park, USA

Julia Burmistrova1, University of California, Merced CA USA

Advisors: Dr. Marc Beutel1, Stephen J. Shackelton1,2, Dr. Jodi Bailey2
1 University of California, Merced
2 Yosemite National Park, National Park Service

  1. Ongoing Alternative Energy Storage Research and Development for Solid-State Batteries

Jose Neyra, Shanika Miorana and Robert Acacio, Florida Polytechnic University, Lakeland, Florida, USA

  1. Performance Analysis of Reconfigurable PV Module under Partial Shading Condition with Different Topologies

Dinosha Xavier Xavier, and Rakeshkumar V Mahto, Computer Engineering Program, California State University, Fullerton, CA USA

  1. A Novel Stochastic Approach For Optimal Scheduling of Networked Microgrids Based on Blockchain-Enabled IoT

Morteza Dabbaghjamanesh, Boyou Wang, Shahab Mehraeen and Farzad Ferdowsi, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

  1. Enhanced Power Emittance of Reconfigured Solar Cells Through Predetermined Shading Patterns

Raksha N Raghavan, Rakeshkumar V Mahto, Computer Engineering Program, California State University, Fullerton, CA USA

  1. Power Management System Design for In-Flight Power Generation and Storage in UAVs

Alden Caterio, Benjamin Flint, Serena Castillo, Steven Dobbs, Kevin R. Anderson and Zhen Yu, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA USA

  1. Remote Detection of Abnormal Behavior in Mechanical Systems

Kaden Plewe (University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT); Greta Colford and Erica Jacobson (Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI USA); Eric B. Flynn and Adam J. Wachtor (Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM USA)

  1. Energy Management of Interconnected Microgrids; A Generalized Extreme Learning Machine Probabilistic Forecasting and Internet of Things Approach

Morteza Dabbaghjamanesh, Shahab Mehraeen, Wenjie Zhang and Dipti Srinivasan National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

  1. Optimal Penetration of Combined Wind DG and VAR Compensation for Voltage Stability Improvement

Jonathan Warner, Tyler Vernick, Megan Bates, Christopher Richards, and Tarek Masaud, Marshall University, West Virginia, USA

  1. Cyber Attack on the Smart Grid

Rafi Meguerdijian, Tam M. Lam, Devon Marantz, Phat T. Lam, Eduardo E. Portillo, Cesar B. Flores and Tae Wan Kim, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, USA