The protection system is a crucial part of the electric grid to enhance the power system’s reliability and resilience and to avoid major outages with possible cascading effects.
Brain computer interfaces (BCIs) have been widely adopted to enhance human perception via brain signals with abundant spatial-temporal dynamics, such as electroencephalogram (EEG).
With the increasing penetration of renewable generation and storage systems, new control methods have to provide a seamless transition from today’s grid to the future renewable-dominated grid at different time scales.
The current electronics industry is facing challenges both from the fundamental physics limit of silicon on the small scale, and the new demand for big-data applications on the large scale. Spintronics, utilizing spin degree of freedom, is a promising candidate for future beyond-CMOS devices and systems, thanks to their low power consumption, nonvolatility, and easy 3D integration.
Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Decentralized coordination of on/off consumer loads to provide energy storage service to the power grid
Dr. Prabir Barooah, Professor, University of Florida
Dr. Ying Ma, Visiting Assistant Professor in ECE, UCF
Koushik Dutta, Assistant Professor, Netaji Subhash Engineering College, Kolkata, India
Nader Sehatbakhsh, Ph.D. Candidate, Computer Science, Georgia Institute of Technology.
Yuxiao Yang – Postdoc at the University of Southern California