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Sustainable power systems: Operational, Modelling and Control challenges

报 告 人: Prof. Jovica V Milanovic
报告时间: 2017年5月19日14:00 – 17:00pm
报告地点: 清华大学西主楼3区102会议室
联 系 人: 孙宏斌    电话:62783086
Jovica V Milanovic received Dipl.Ing. and M.Sc. degrees from the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, Ph.D. degree from the University of Newcastle, Australia, and D.Sc. degree from The University of Manchester, UK. Prior to joining The University of Manchester, UK, in 1998, he worked with “Energoproject”, Engineering and Consulting Co. and the University of Belgrade in Yugoslavia, and the Universities of Newcastle and Tasmania in Australia.    Currently, he is a Professor of Electrical Power Engineering,  Deputy Head of  School  and Director of External Affairs   in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering  at The University of Manchester, UK , Visiting Professor at the University of Novi Sad and the University of Belgrade, Serbia and Conjoint Professor at the University of Newcastle, Australia. He was/is chairman of 4 international conferences , editor or member of editorial/technical boards of 60+ international journals and conferences, research project assessor for 12 international government research funding councils, member of 8 (convenor of 2) past or current IEEE/CIGRE/CIRED WG and consultant or member of advisory boards for several international companies. Professor Milanovic  published  over 450 research papers and reports, gave 20 key-note speeches at international conferences and presented over 120 courses/tutorials and lectures to industry and academia around the world.

Professor Milanovic  is a Chartered Engineer in the UK, Foreign member of the Serbian Academy of Engineering Sciences, Fellow of the IET, Fellow of the IEEE, Distinguished IEEE PES Lecturer and  currently serves on  IEEE PES Governing Board as  Regional Representative for Europe, Middle east and Africa and on IEEE PES Fellows Committee.

Abstract:
The future power/energy  systems will be characterised by blurred boundaries between transmission and distribution system, by mix of wide range of electricity generating technologies (conventional hydro, thermal, nuclear and power electronic interfaced stochastic and intermittent renewable generation), responsive and highly flexible, typically power electronics interfaced, demand and storage with significant temporal and spatial uncertainty, proliferation of power electronics (HVDC, FACTS devices and new types of load devices) and significantly higher reliance on the use of measurement data including global (Wide Area Monitoring) signals for system identification, characterization and control and Information and Communication Technology embedded within the power system network and its components.
In order to successfully control such complex system its parts and components and to ensure its stability and security at acceptable cost, the system modelling and analysis need to cater for significantly increased uncertainties, both in terms of model uncertainties and operational uncertainties, and for efficient knowledge extraction from large amount of data coming from different types of local and wide area distributed data acquisition devices and monitors.
This presentation identifies some of the challenges associated with the modelling and analysis of such complex systems, suggests possible approaches to deal with them and gives examples of methodologies that can be used to successfully model, analyse and control them.