Technology for the 21st Century Electric Utility
The Grid of the Future Symposium is sponsored by the CIGRE US National Committee (USNC) and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).
The Symposium, hosted by First Energy, will be a forum for the participants to discuss state-of-the-art innovations in generation, transmission, distribution, and innovative smart grid technologies. The Symposium will feature plenary sessions, technical paper sessions, and tutorials by international experts. Contributions from Next Generation Network (NGN) young engineers are encouraged.
Call for Papers
We are now accepting paper submissions for the 2017 Grid of the Future Symposium!
The paper should be a maximum of six pages, and be formatted in accordance with the CIGRE Publications Guide. Email your paper submissions to GOTF@tamu.edu
- July 28, 2017 |
- August 25, 2017 |
- September 8, 2017 |
- final submissions of revised papers due
- notification of acceptance
- completed manuscripts due
Developments of Rotating Electrical Machines, Life Management of Generators, Rotating Machines for Dispersed Generation.
Transmission and System Operations
Wide Area Protection and Control, Synchrophasors and Wide Area Measurement Systems, SCADA/EMS of the Future, Integration of Large Scale Renewables, Physical and Cyber Security.
Advanced DA/DMS Applications, Impact of Distributed Energy Resources (electric transportation, demand response, distributed generation, storage), Integration of Distribution Management with System Control and Markets
Advanced Sensors, Communications Infrastructure, Smart Grid Systems Architecture, Interoperability Standards, Cyber Security and Privacy Issues, Integration of Demand Response and Distributed Resources, Role of Microgrids.
Advanced Modeling Approaches, OT/IT Convergence, Analytics for Asset Management, Performance Optimization, Reliability Assessment and Management, Characterization and Modeling of Geomagnetically Induced Currents, New Regulatory Models.
What People Are Saying
(this program will be modified as the date of conference nears)
Previous Year’s Panel Session Topics
- 1) Benefit/Cost Assessment for the Integrated Grid
- 2) Integration and Operation Challenges in Modernizing the Grid
Grid Safety and Integrity of Service
- 3) Smart Substations: Benefits of “The Digital World”
- 4) GOTF Regulatory Framework and Policy Panel
Grid Safety and Integrity of Service
Previous Year’s Paper Session Tracks
(3-5 presenters per track, tracks: A, B, C, D)
Distribution Technical Track
Microgrid Design and Impact on the Grid Session
Microgrids and Distributed Generation Session
Analysis of Distribution System Markets and Benefits Session
New Distribution Coordination and Control Schemes Session
Advanced Technologies and Asset Management Technical Track
Advanced Technologies and Asset Health and Management Session
Distributed Energy Resources – Energy Storage Systems Session
Substation Automation and Protection Session
System Analysis, Grid Control, and Reliability Technical Track
Advanced System Control, Modeling, and Analytics Session
Synchrophasor Applications Session
System Analysis and Reliability Session
Grid Flexibility and Market Impacts Session
Cyber Security, Privacy of Information, and Device and System Management Session
Grid Simulation and Analysis Session
Line Design and Performance Considerations Session
Transformer Technology Issues Session
System Technical Performance Session
Synchrophasors and the Future of Protection, Automation and Control Systems Session
Application of Sensors and Advanced Monitoring Session
HVDC and Power Electronics Session
Distribution Systems, Distributed Generation and the Internet of Things Session