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 …

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

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. …

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 Read more »

Dr. Prasad Enjeti, professor at Electrical and Computer Engineering is going to present the webinar titled “Design of a Robust Cyber Shield for a Grid-Connected PV System via Digital Watermarking Principle” on October 20, 2021 at 3 pm CDT. Abstract: …

Webinar on 10/20/2021: Design of a Robust Cyber Shield for a Grid-Connected PV System via Digital Watermarking Principle Read more »

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 …

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 Read more »

This webinar was presented by Dr. Thomas Overbye, Texas A&M University on June 2, 2021 at 3 pm CDT. Abstract: For decades, modal analysis has been used in power system analysis to assess small signal stability.  Traditionally, this has been …

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Speakers: Yanzhi Ann Xu (Texas Transportation Institute) and Komal Shetye (Texas A&M University) Abstract: The increasing proliferation of electric vehicles (EVs) is invariably increasing the coupling between two complex and critical infrastructure networks– the power grid and transportation systems. There has been …

Rescheduled Webinar on 5/5/2021: Coupled Infrastructure Modeling of Electric Grid and Transportation Networks Read more »