Registration Deadline: 26 November 2018
Paper Submission Deadline: 16 October 2018
Holding Date: 28 And 29 November 2018
Organizer(s): University of Kurdistan, Smart/Micro Grids Research Center, Iranian Society of Smart Grid
Sponsor(s): Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Graduate University of Advanced Technology, Amirkabir University of Technology, Sharif University of Technology, Iran University of Science and Technology, Niroo Research Institute, Power and Water University of Technology, IEEE, Kurdistan Electrical Power Distribution Company, Kurdistan Transmitting Power Office, West Regional Electric Company, IEEE Kurdistan Student Branch, Iran National Science Foundation
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تاب آوری فیزیکی و سایبری سیستم قدرت هوشمند
Start Date:
28 November 2018
Conference Location:
دانشگاه کردستان
Registration Deadline:
26 November 2018
Payam Teimourzadeh Baboli
40 Person
Modern society relies heavily upon complex and widespread smart power systems. In recent years, advanced sensors, intelligent automation, communication networks, and information technologies (IT) have been integrated into the power systems to enhance its performance and efficiency. Integrating these new technologies has resulted in more interconnections and interdependencies between the physical and cyber components of the grid. Natural disasters and man-made perturbations have begun to threaten grid integrity more often. Urban infrastructure networks are highly reliant on the electric grid and consequently, the vulnerability of infrastructure networks to electric grid outages is becoming a major global concern. In order to minimize the economic, social, and political impacts of power system outages, the grid must be resilient. The concept of a power system’s cyber-physical resilience can be stated as maintaining system states at a stable level in the presence of disturbances. Resilience is a multidimensional property of the electric grid and in this workshop the disturbances origins as well as its corresponding managing measures would be discussed e.g. physical component failures, cyber component malfunctions, and human attacks. In the electric grid community, there is not a clear and universally accepted definition of cyber-physical resilience. This workshops focuses on the definition of resilience for the electric grid and reviews key concepts related to system resilience. This workshop aims to advance the field not only by clearing the concept of cyber-physical resilience in the smart power systems, but also by proposing a new way of thinking about grid operation with unexpected disturbances and hazards.
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