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2nd Interdisciplinary Workshop on Smart Grid Design & Implementation Schedule

 All lectures will be held in room 126 Gerson Hall


Friday

   
8:30—8:45
Welcome  
Sean Meyn & David Sappington, UF
8:45—9:30
Keynote Address—Energy progress in Florida and what to expect in the future    
Buck Martinez, FPL
9:30—10:15
Distribution Networks: Control and Pricing    
John Ledyard, CalTech
10:15— 10:45
Morning Break
 
10:45—11:30
Responsive Electricity Grids    
Ian Hiskens, Michigan
11:30—12:15
Real Time Control of Distribution Networks    
Jean-Yves Le Boudec, EPFL
12:15—2:00
Lunch
 
2:00—3:30
Panel and TED Lectures  
TBA (Moderator)
 
Accelerate Adoption of an Interoperable Smart Grid  
Patrick Gannon, Smart Grid Interoperability
 
 
Buck Martinez, FPL
 
Smart Grid: Concepts, Standards, Policy, Deployments and Lessons Learned  
John D. McDonald, GE
 
Advances in Demand Response for Facilitating the Integration of Renewable Energy  
Tariq Samad, Honeywell
 
Transforming the Electric Grid Using Telecommunications Technology and Big Data  
Raiford Smith, Duke Energy
 
Control and Coordination in a Transactive Energy Environment  
Jeff Taft / Jakob Stoustrup, PNNL
3:30—4:00
Afternoon Break
 
4:00—4:45
Auction Design for Efficient Coupling of Electricity Markets     
Alfredo Garcia, Virginia
4:45—5:30
Regulation, Volatility and Efficiency in Continuous-Time Markets    
Shie Mannor,  Technion

Saturday

 
 
8:30—9:15
Auctions and future energy systems    
Michael Pollitt, Cambridge
9:15—10:00
Smart planning of energy systems under uncertainty    
Chris Dent,  Durham University
10:00—10:30
Morning Break
 
10:30—11:15
Subsidies to renewables, ramping constraints and plants' dismantling     
 Yves Smeers, Louvain
10:30—11:15
The Control of Complex Systems Initiative at PNNL: From Big Data to Big Control    
Jakob Stoustrup, PNNL
11:15—12:00
The Home as Power Plant: Momentum Shift or Paradigm Change and Implications for Regulation    
Karl  McDermott, UIS
12:00—
Lunch
 

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Professor Yves Smeers' was unable to attend, but sent us the slides for his presentation.  We hope to see him in Gainesville next year!

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