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Communications and Cybersecurity Super Session at General Meeting of IEEE Power & Energy Society

At the General Meeting of IEEE Power & Energy Society held in Orlando, Florida on July 16-20, 2023, Kate Davis, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University; Assistant Director for Education, TEES Smart Grid Center) co-chaired the Communications and Cybersecurity Super Session with Nathan Wallace, Ph.D. (Cybirical, GridIntel). Panelists were Mark Rice,

NAE Bridge Article: The Electric Grid and Severe Resiliency Events

Read the article, “The Electric Grid and Severe Resiliency Events” written by Dr. Overbye, Dr. Davis, and Dr. Birchfield.

Webinar on 6/21/2023: Do North American Electric Grids have Distinct Inter-Area Electro-Mechanical Modes?

Dr. Thomas J. Overbye, professor and holder of the O’Donnell Foundation Chair III in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Texas A&M University (TAMU), and the Director of TEES Smart Grid Center, is going to present this talk titled “Do North American Electric Grids have Distinct Inter-Area Electro-Mechanical Modes?” at 3pm CDT on

Strategic Holistic Intrusion Defense in Power Systems (SHIELD) Workshop 2023

Collaborators on the research project titled Strategic Holistic Framework for Intrusion Prevention Using Multi-model Data in Power Systems (SHIELD) funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Energy Power Control Networks (EPCN) program, held their first annual student workshop at the Center for Infrastructure Renewal (CIR) of Texas A&M University System (TEES) on May 16-17, 2023.

Undergraduate Researcher in Power Engineering Named 2023 Astronaut Scholar

Heather Chang is one of the two undergraduate researchers at Texas A&M University named as Astronaut Scholar this year.

SGC Advisory Board Meeting Held on April 10, 2023

This is the 22nd meeting of the board and it included a tour of the Control Room Lab.

Registration Open for Energy & Power Research Day, 4/28/23

To showcase research projects and to facilitate discussions with industry, the next Energy & Power Research Day is going to be held on April 28, 2023. These events are co-sponsored by the Smart Grid Center (SGC) of Texas Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) and the Energy and Power Group (EPG) of the Department of Electrical and

Exhibit During Night at the Zach, 3/24/2023

Night at the Zach was a fun-filled evening of experiential learning to inspire young minds for pursuing STEM-related interests. It was held by the Texas A&M College of Engineering on March 24th. Many students and chaperones were attending this from across the State. The exhibit of the Smart Grid Center included interactive dynamic simulation (DS)

Resilient Electric Grid Consortium of North America (RECON) Initiative

The Resilient Electric Grid Consortium of North America (RECON) lead by Dr. Thomas Overbye (Professor, Texas A&M University) brings together researchers from a diverse group of universities and a national lab from across North America to provide help to underserved communities both with specific grid resiliency pilot projects and through more general research and development.

Book: Power Circuits and Electromechanics, 2nd edition, Published in August 2022

The book titled “Power Circuits and Electromechanics”, 2nd edition was authored by Kate Davis, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering, TAMU) and M.A. Pai, Ph.D. (Emeritus Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering, UIUC) and published by Stipes Publishing Co. on August 1, 2022.    ISBN-13 978-1646173341 Dr. Davis’ research website can be viewed here.