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Power and Energy Institute of Kentucky

Online Seminar Opportunities

PEIK offers online seminars to academic and industry professionals at no cost. These seminars do qualify as Professional Development Hours (PDH). Join our mailing list to be notified of these opportunities as they become available. Email Jason Souders to sign up.

The University of Kentucky is part of FEEDER, a consortium of universities, utility companies, and industry partners, collaborate on research, curriculum development, education and training activities aiming at widespread adoption of distributed renewable energy resources and deployment of smart grid technologies. As part of this relationship, we are pleased to offer online seminars to faculty and industry professionals.

Upcoming online seminars:

SPEAKER & AFFILIATION TITLE & ABSTRACT SEMINAR
INFO
Mr. Seun Akeyo
University of Kentucky
Energy Storage Integration Evaluation with Results from a 10MW PV and 1MW/2MWh Battery Experimental Facility Nov 16, 2018
2:00PM 
HEC 356
Mr. Muhammad Usama Usman
Florida State University
Fault Location Identification for a Smart Distribution Network with Photovoltaics using Real-time Data Nov 2, 2018
2:00PM 
HEC 356
Dr. Jay Giri
GGM Consulting
Managing Uncertainties in the Future Grid Oct 23, 2018
10:00AM 
HEC 101A
Dr. Kevin Tomsovic
University of Tennessee
Interdependent Electric and Water Infrastructu Oct 10, 2018
3:00PM 
HEC 356
Dr. Vijay Vittal
Arizona State University
Interdependent Electric and Water Infrastructure Modeling, Optimization and Control Oct 1, 2018
11:00AM 
HEC 101A
Mr. Lizon Maharajan
University of Texas
Intelligent Grid Electronics for Improving Reliability and Resilience Sep 21, 2018
2:00PM 
HEC 356
Mr. Zerui Dong
University of Auburn
Dynamic Model of a Ternary Pumped Storage Hydropower Plant Sep 7, 2018
2:00 PM 
HEC-356

 

Past online seminars include:

 

SPEAKER & AFFILIATION TITLE & ABSTRACT SEMINAR
INFO
Mr. Michael Angelo
University of Hawaii
Assessing how Customers are Incentivized to Purchase Residential PV and Battery Energy Storage Systems Under Different Energy Policy Incentives Apr 27, 2018
2:00 PM
HEC 356
Dr. Felipe A. C. Viana
University of Central Florida
Optimization, uncertainty quantification, and services of engineering assets Apr 20, 2018
2:00 PM
HEC 356
Mr. Alvi Newaz
Florida State University
Optimum control of energy storage systems for variable distributed energy resources based on the forecasting of load, resource availability, and real-time price Apr 6, 2018
2:00 PM
HEC 356
Ms. YuQi Zhang
University of Kentucky
Modeling and Simulation of Machine/Power-Electronic Interfaces Mar 23, 2018
2:00 PM
HEC 356
Dr. Haofei Yu
University of Central Florida
Impacts of Urban Design and Electric Vehicles on Future Air Quality and Exposures Feb 23, 2018
2:00 PM
HEC 356
Miss Yan Chen
University of South Carolina
Real-time Volt/Var Optimization for Distribution Systems with Photovoltaic Integration Feb 9, 2018
2:00 PM
HEC 356
Sarmad K. Ibrahim
University of Kentucky
Integrated Distribution System Optimization Using a Chance-Constrained Formulation Nov 17, 2017
2PM-3PM
HEC 356
James Charboneau
Entergy
New Orleans Solar Power Plant Pilot Project Nov 3, 2017
Samantha Morello
University of Pittsburgh
Upstream Fault Protection in a Grid-Tied Microgrid Setting Oct 27, 2017
2:00PM
HEC 356
Juan Ospina
Florida State University
PV Power Forecasting Using Weather Data and Wavelet-Based Neural Network Oct 6, 2017
Chen-Ching Liu
Washington State University
Resilient Distribution Systems: State-of-the-Art and the Future Sep 12, 2017
11:00AM
HEC 450