CEC 2017 Special Session - Evolutionary Optimization Methods Applied to Smart Grid

Aim


The operation of modern power systems with an increasing focus on incorporating the smart grid features such as distributed generation, energy storage systems, plug-in electric vehicles, and demand-side management, has become a complex problem. Hence, new algorithms are necessary for the efficient operation of the modern power systems. This special session is intended to bring together the most recent advances in the application of Evolutionary Algorithms to Smart Grid problems. The submissions can focus on addressing the challenges and opportunities to enhance the future power systems' sustainability, reliability, and efficiency.

Scope


This special session will focus on development and application of evolutionary algorithms for problems related to design and control of Smart Grid such as (but not limited to):


  • Optimal allocation and management of distributed generation sources

  • Efficient integration and control of energy storage systems

  • Charging scheduling and real-time co-ordination of plug-in electric vehicles

  • Demand response and demand-side management at the grid level

  • Smart home energy management

  • Resilient distribution systems

Paper Submission


Special session papers are treated the same as regular papers and must be submitted via the CEC 2017 website. When submitting the paper, choose the "Evolutionary Optimization Methods Applied to Smart Grid" special session.

Organizers


Dr. Dipti Srinivasan, Associate Professor, National University of Singapore

Dr. Anupam Trivedi, Research Fellow, National University of Singapore


Contact Information


dipti@nus.edu.sg (Dipti Srinivasan)

eleatr@nus.edu.sg (Anupam Trivedi)