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Webinar on 5/11/2022: ML/AI: Predicting, Managing and Mitigating Risk of Forced Outages

Mladen Kezunovic, Ph.D, P.E., Regents Professor, Eugene E. Webb Chair Professor (Electrical & Computer Engineering, TAMU), Site Director of “Power Engineering Research Center” consortium, and a member of the US National Academy of Engineering is going to present the webinar titled “ML/AI: Predicting, Managing and Mitigating Risk of Forced Outages” at 3 pm CDT on

Webinar on 3/30/2022: Electric Grid Operations Visual Storytelling: Past, Present, and Future

Thomas J. Overbye, Ph.D., O’Donnell Foundation Chair III professor at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University, is going to present the webinar titled “Electric Grid Operations Visual Storytelling: Past, Present, and Future” at 3 pm CDT on March 30, 2022. Abstract Large-scale electric grids are some of the largest and most complex

Webinar on 3/30/2022: Electric Grid Operations Visual Storytelling: Past, Present, and Future

The webinar titled “Electric Grid Operations Visual Storytelling: Past, Present, and Future” will be presented by Thomas J. Overbye holder of the O’Donnell Foundation Chair III in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University (TAMU) on zoom at 3: 00P.M DST on March 30, 2022. Registration is required. Register in advance here! Abstract: Large-scale electric

Webinar on 2/16/2022: Asset Management in Distribution Systems with Distributed Renewable Generation

The webinar titled “Asset Management in Distribution Systems with Distributed Renewable Generation” will be presented by Miroslav Begovic, Ph.D. (Moore Professor and Department Head, Electrical and Computer Engineering, TAMU) and Aaqib Peerazada (Ph.D. Candidate and Teaching Fellow, Electrical and Computer Engineering, TAMU) on zoom at 2 P.M. CST on February 16, 2022. Abstract Texas residential

Webinar on 1/19/2022: Auto-Layout Techniques for Displaying Large-Scale, Geographically-Embedded Power System Data

The webinar titled “Auto-Layout Techniques for Displaying Large-Scale, Geographically-Embedded Power System Data” will be presented by Dr. Adam B. Birchfield (Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University) on zoom at 2 P.M. CST on January 19, 2022. Abstract In power engineering, good system visualization provides insight for analysis and design, supplementing

Webinar on 12/01/2021: High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) E3 Impacts on Large-Scale Electric Grids

Thomas J. Overbye, Ph.D., O’Donnell Foundation Chair III, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University, is going to present the webinar titled “High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) E3 Impacts on Large-Scale Electric Grids” at 3 pm CST on December 1, 2021. Abstract: Electric grids worldwide are an indispensable critical infrastructure, and the impact

Paper Submission is Open for the 3rd International Conference on Smart Grid and Renewable Energy to be Held in Doha, Qatar, March 20-22, 2022

The 3rd International Conference on Smart Grid and Renewable Energy (SGRE-2022) will be held in Doha, Qatar, on March 20-22, 2022. This event is organized by the TEES Smart Grid Center Extension in Qatar (SGC-Q).   Keynote Speakers: John D. McDonald, P.E., Smart Grid Business Development Leader, GE Renewable Energy, USA Frede Blaabjerg, Professor, Aalborg University, Denmark

Webinar on 9/29/2021: An Open-access Cross-domain Approach to Analyzing the Impact of Extreme Events on the Electricity Sector: What We Learned from COVID-19 and 2021 Texas Winter Outage

The webinar titled “An Open-access Cross-domain Approach to Analyzing the Impact of Extreme Events on the Electricity Sector: What We Learned from COVID-19 and 2021 Texas Winter Outage” will be presented by Le Xie (Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University) on September 29, 2021 at 3 pm CDT. Abstract: Extreme events

Registration is Open – NAPS 2021

For the 53rd North American Power Symposium (NAPS 2021), the early bird registration is now open. NAPS 2021 will be held in person at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, on November 14-16, 2021. Registration Fees Regular Attendees (Faculty and Industry Members) Early Bird (Until September 19, 2021): US $300.00 Regular (September 20 – November 8, 2021):