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Research Frontiers in Smart Grid – Big Data Analytics in Electric Power Distribution Systems

报告题目:Research Frontiers in Smart Grid – Big Data Analytics in Electric Power Distribution Systems
报 告 人:Dr. Nanpeng Yu
University of California, Riverside, CA, USA
报告时间:2017年06月28日,
Wednesday,下午2:30
报告地点:清华大学西主楼3区102
主办单位:清华大学电机系
联 系 人:钟海旺
报告内容:
Penetration of advanced sensor systems such as advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), high-frequency overhead and underground current and voltage sensors have been increasing significantly in power distribution systems over the past few years. It is estimated that the electric utilities around the world will spend $10.1 billion on automated metering infrastructure (AMI) data analytics solutions through 2021. The electricity usage data collected through AMI in the U.S. alone amounted to well above 100 terabytes in 2012.
To unleash full value of the complex data sets, innovative big data algorithms need to be developed to transform the way we operate and plan for the distribution system. This talk covers the important big data analytics applications in power distribution systems including topology identification, spatio-temporal load forecasting, renewable adoption forecasting, three-phase state estimation, and energy theft detection.
At last, Dr. Nanpeng Yu will cover a few more research frontiers in smart grid including, smart cities and smart energy communities, energy storage systems, water-energy nexus, and green computing.
报告人简介:
Dr. Nanpeng Yu received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Tsinghua University. Dr. Yu received his Ph.D. degree from Iowa State University in 2010. Dr. Yu is currently a tenure track assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering department at University of California, Riverside.
Dr. Yu is the director of Smart Grid Innovation Laboratory at UC Riverside. He manages over $10 Million of R&D projects as PI and Co-PI. Dr. Yu is a cooperating faculty member of the department of statistics and Center for Environmental Research & Technology. He currently serves as the co-chair for IEEE Big Data Applications in Power Distribution Networks Task Force. Dr. Yu also serves as the associate editor for International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems.