This webinar was presented by Dr. Thomas Overbye, Texas A&M University. Abstract: Except for a brief time around 1970, the North American Eastern and Western grids have operated asynchronously from each other, with power transfers only possible through a few …

Webinar on 2/24/2021: Assessment of an AC Interconnection of the North American Eastern and Western Electric Grids 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 »

Geomagnetic disturbances (GMDs) caused by solar coronal mass ejections can induce quasi-dc currents in the ac power grid, potentially leading to harmonics, transformer heating, and increased reactive power losses in the system. Voltage collapse has been recognized as the key …

Webinar on 10/28/2020: Recent Developments in Geomagnetic Disturbance Analysis and the Texas A&M Magnetometer Network Read more »

The power grid is a vast and interconnected cyber-physical system for delivering electricity. Treating the grid as a cyber-physical system requires new perspectives, including analysis techniques as well as operating procedures. Attacks on the grid could detrimentally affect public health …

Webinar on 9/23/2020: Enabling Power System Cyber-Physical Resilience Read more »