Reminder ECE Seminar Today, Friday April 22nd

Electrical & Computer Engineering Seminar

David Hart, Vice President and Zheyuan Cheng, Principal Engineer, Protection, Control & Automation at Quanta Technologies

Will present a talk entitled:

Trends in the Utility Industry and New Technology Integration

Abstract: Resilient, reliable, and efficient electrical grid operation is critical to society. The electrical power and energy industry is changing rapidly to meet the demands of society and address decarbonization needs. New technologies offer significant opportunities for realizing a resilient and sustainable energy future. This presentation will cover some of the most recent trends and activities. In addition to industry background, this presentation will introduce an advanced power system modeling and testing method, i.e., real-time hardware-in-the-loop simulation, that is typically used for new technology prototyping and integration. The presenters will talk about some recent and ongoing real-time hardware-in-the-loop simulation projects that cover protection and control applications in power system generation, transmission, and distribution.

Bios: David Hart, Ph.D., Vice President, Protection, Control & Automation, has over 24 years’ experience in the power industry including protection and control, AMI and research experience. He is responsible for overall business strategy, client and program proposals, and content for the Protection & Control business area.

Zheyuan Cheng, Ph.D., Principal Engineer, Protection, Control & Automation, received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University in 2020. His areas of expertise include synchronized measurement data analytics, DER control & optimization, real-time hardware-in-the-loop testing, inverter-based resources protection & control.


Meeting ID: 974 2136 0959
Passcode: 991506
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 Friday April 22nd 2022


*Co-Sponsored by The Center for Electric Power System Research, IEEE student branch and HKN


        Electrical and Computer Engineering  l  CLARKSON UNIVERSITY  l  Potsdam, New York 13699-5720

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