The 53rd North American Power Symposium will be held at Texas A&M University, College station, Texas, from November, 14—16, 2021. NAPS, a student-centric conference, has been bringing together students, faculty, and researchers in the power and energy systems area since …

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The course is designed to provide state-of-the-art introduction of data science and machine learning that is tailored for power engineering applications. The electricity industry is transforming itself from a hierarchical, passive, and sparsely-sensed engineering system into a flat, active, and …

Online Video Short Course Titled Data Science and Machine Learning for Modern Power Systems Read more »

In this talk, the speaker, Dr. Kate Davis, will present a briefing on our Cyber-Physical Resilient Energy Systems (CYPRES) project funded by the US Department of Energy Cyber Security for Energy Delivery Systems (DOE-CEDS) program.  The vision of CYPRES is …

Webinar on 1/14/2021: Cyber-Physical Resilient Energy Systems: A Secure Foundation for Next-Generation Energy Management Read more »

The large grid of high-voltage transmission lines and transformers that forms part of a bulk electric power delivery system can be characterized by a number of metrics from graph theory, network science, computational geometry, and engineering analysis. Example metrics include …

Webinar on 12/09/2020: Techniques for Designing Large Transmission Networks in Synthetic Electric Grids Read more »

Worldwide consumption of electricity is expected to nearly double over the next two-and-a-half decades. International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that meeting this demand for power will require over 5,000 GW of new electricity generating capacity (including replacement capacity) at a …

Webinar on 8/26/2020: Impact of Distributed Energy Resources on Distribution and Transmission Systems Read more »

The topic of Big Data and associated analytics is relatively new (last 15 years). It became prominent as huge amounts of data became available through space exploration, weather forecasting and medical biogenetic investigations. Social media and outlets such as Google, …

Webinar on 7/29/2020: The Big Data Analytics: An Incremental Improvement or a Transformational Change Read more »

An ongoing power system challenge is how best to utilize and ultimately present information to a human user derived from either actual system sensors or engineering studies for large-scale electric grids. In operations this data might come from measurement systems …

Webinar on 6/24/2020: New Developments in the Visualization of Wide-Area Electric Grid Information Read more »

Dr. M. Katherine Banks, vice chancellor and dean of engineering, has appointed Dr. Thomas Overbye holder of the Erle Nye ’59 Chair Professorship for Engineering Excellence in the College of Engineering. Effective January 1, 2020, this endowed professorship appointment is …

Overbye Appointed Holder of Erle Nye ’59 Chair for Engineering Excellence Read more »

The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has rapidly spread around the globe in 2020, with the U.S. becoming the epicenter of COVID-19 cases and deaths in late March. In this context, there have been federal and state-level policy interventions aiming at …

Tracking and Analyzing the Short-Run Impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. Electricity Sector Read more »