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Special Session 5

Intelligent Control and Management of Modern Power and Energy Systems

Due to the rapid development of information and communication technology and artificial intelligence, as well as the power and energy transformation, the control and management of modern power and energy systems have been changed. A great deal of new technologies, control algorithms, models, problems, and business modes emerge, which requires intelligence in the systems.

This session aims to focus on the intelligent control and management of modern power and energy systems. The submissions are encouraged to focus on but not limited to intelligent control and management algorithms, artificial intelligence, big data analytics, cloud computing, internet of things, mobile internet, demand response, and distributed control with their application to smart grid, energy internet, electrical internet of things, and other multi-energy systems.

A brief list of potential submission topics is shown below:

  • Intelligent control and management algorithms for modern power and energy systems

  • Artificial intelligence algorithms for modern power and energy systems

  • Big data analytics for modern power and energy systems

  • Cloud computing for modern power and energy systems

  • Internet of things for modern power and energy systems

  • Mobile internet for modern power and energy systems

  • Distributed control for modern power and energy systems

  • Security and economy analysis for modern power and energy systems

  • Cyber security for modern power and energy systems
     

 
Organizer

Organizer: Dr. Bowen Zhou, Northeastern University, China
Co-Organizer: Dr. Mingjian Cui, The University of Tennessee, USA
 
 
Biography: Bowen Zhou received the BSc and MSc degrees from Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, and the PhD degree from Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, UK, all in electrical engineering. He is currently a lecturer with Intelligent Electrical Science and Technology Institute, Northeastern University. His research interests include power system operation, stability and control, electric vehicles, vehicle to grid, energy storage, demand response, renewable energy, and energy internet. He is the PI and Co-I of more than 20 government and industry sponsored projects. He has published more than 60 SCI or EI indexed papers. He is a member of IEEE PES China Transformers Committee, IEEE PES China Electric Vehicle Committee, and IEEE PES China PSOPE Committee. He is currently a member of IEEE, IET, IAENG, CSEE, CAA, and CCF. He is also a committee member of several international conferences and an active reviewer of some peer reviewed journals and international conferences.
 
 
Biography: Mingjian Cui received the BSc and PhD degrees from Wuhan University, Wuhan, Hubei, China, all in Electrical Engineering and Automation, in 2010 and 2015, respectively. Currently, he is a Research Scientist at The University of Tennessee (UTK). From 2019 to 2020, he was a Research Assistant Professor at Southern Methodist University (SMU). He was also a Visiting Scholar from 2014 to 2015 in the Transmission and Grid Integration Group at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Golden, Colorado, USA. His research interests include renewable energy, smart grid, machine learning, cybersecurity, and load modeling. He has authored/coauthored over 60 peer-reviewed publications. He serves as Associate Editors for the journals of IET SMART GRID and IEEE ACCESS in 2019. He serves as Editors for the journals of IEEE POWER ENGINEERING LETTERS and IEEE OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL OF POWER AND ENERGY (OAJPE) in 2020. He is the Best Reviewer of the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SMART GRID for 2018 and the Outstanding Reviewer of the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY for 2019. He is also a Senior Member of IEEE.


 

 
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