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 Aerospace, Automotive, & Mechanics (AAM)
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 Bionano Systems (BNS)
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 Green Civil, Environment, & Transportation (CET)
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 Cyber Physical Systems (CPS)
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 Energy & Environmental Technologies (EET)
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 Global Smart Grid (GSG)
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 Food, Health & Pharmaceuticals (FHP)
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 Information, Communications, & Network (ICN)
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 Nano Science & Technology (NST)
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 Pure & Applied Science (PAS)

US Air Force AFOSR/AOARD Workshops

 Nanostructured Materials & Nanoelectronics

Women in Science Engineering

 WISE Forum

Young Generation and Professional

 YGPF Forum

UKC 2010 - Call for Papers - GSG

>> Global Smart Grid Symposium <<

Conference Date: August 12-15 (Thu-Sun), 2010
Venue: Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Bellevue, Washington, USA
Extended One-Page Abstract Due: April 30, 2010
Notification to Authors: April 30, 2010
Final One-Page Abstract: Due: May 31, 2010

OBJECTIVE AND TOPICS

This symposium will address a variety of emerging R&D activities related to Smart Grid. With recent emphasis on the use of digital and systems control technologies, Smart Grid can be an effective tool to reduce cost, energy and enhance reliability of power delivery systems. The topics of interests are aligned to the US Dept of Energy and KEPRI initiatives in Smart Grid technologies and include, but are not limited to,

  • Architecture, Communication Standards and Interoperability
  • Monitoring, Load Management Technologies, Power Quality Monitoring and Fault Detection
  • Interconnection Technologies, Advanced Components, Operating Concepts
  • Modeling, Simulation, Restoration and Optimization of Grid Performance
  • Leading experts from industries, government agencies and academia are encouraged to submit innovative developments for presentation and discussion.
    Confirmed invited speakers are provided below:

  • Dr. Jason Lai (Va Tech), Professor
  • Dr. Chika Nwankpa (Drexel University), Professor
  • Dr. Carl Imhoff (PNNL), Program Director
  • Dr. George Arnold (NIST), Deputy Director
  • Dr. Guido Bartels (IBM), Manager of Energy and Utilities
  • Dr. James Thorp (Va Tech), Professor
  • Dr. K.S. Kim (KETEP), Vice President
  • Dr. J.S. Kim(Korean Smart Grid Alliance), Director
  • Dr. D.K. Kim(KEPCO), Center Director
  • Dr. K.Y. Lee (Baylor University), Professor

  • SYMPOSIUM CO-CHAIRS

  • Symposium Chair: Mun Y. Choi (choi@engr.uconn.edu, Univ. of Connecticut, USA)
  • Symposium Co-Chair: Dae Kyung Kim (dkkim@keri.re.kr, KERI, Korea)