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Special Session 3

Optimization, Control and Protection of Renewable Energy

Renewable energy, especially wind and solar, has been quickly developed and integrated into modern power systems and will become the main power sources in future. However, high nonlinearities and uncertainties are inherent property of renewable energy resulted from the use of power electronics and stochastic weather conditions, which inevitably bring in numerous issues including stability, control, operation and protection. As a result, it is very crucial to develop effective and efficient optimization methods to increase the relatively low generation efficiency, as well as advanced control schemes to achieve a stable operation of renewable energy. Besides, advanced protection strategies also play a paramount role to guarantee its reliable operation. Hence, this special session aims to investigate advanced optimization, control and protection design of renewable energy.

 
Organizer

Assoc. Prof. Yang Bo, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China
 
 
 

Biography: Bo Yang received B.Eng. degree in electrical engineering from South China University of Technology, China, in 2010, and Ph.D degree in electrical engineering from University of Livepool, U.K., in 2015. He is currently an associate professor in Faculty of Electric Power, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China. His research interests include optimization and control of renewable energy, and artificial intelligence applications in smart grid. He has published 93 SCI journal papers with 6 ESI papers, together with 6 research grants as PI. He has won the first Yunnan Provincial High-level Youth Talents Special Support Plan. He is an Associate Editor of Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems (ESCI journal) and a member in Youth Working Committee of the Eighth Council of China Electrotechnical Society.


 
 
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