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Event Category: NM STEM
This presentation will discuss different control solutions and system architecture for managing such future grid and related electronics loads. This talk explores the key topics include Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing for renewable energy systems, electrified transportation strategies and Grid-following, Grid-forming converters for such applications.
Bringing faculty and students across campus together to exchange ideas and promote more productive research teams.
If you are unable to attend a session, recordings will be available afterwards.
This workshop will define the unique challenges of “BIG” (large capacity (>100 MWe) and long-duration (>6 hours)) energy storage for grid applications, increase awareness in the energy storage community, and identify needs and gaps that must be addressed to realize the capability.
AISES and Berkeley Haas Present: 1st Generation Entrepreneurship - Building a Business Without a Financial Safety Net
Berkeley Haas is proud to present a webinar as part of an ongoing partnership with AISES focusing on how entrepreneurs can manage startup risk, especially without a financial safety net. The agenda will include: Welcome from AISES and Berkeley Haas, followed by a discussion with Berkeley Haas MBA students, staff, and faculty, including Berkeley Haas MBA Lecturer, Whitney Hischier.
Speaker: Seth Blumsack, Professor of Energy Policy and Economics, Santa Fe Institute and Penn State University
This talk will present theoretical and algorithmic results on exploiting symmetry to reduce the computational complexity large-scale control and optimization problems. First, we will show how symmetry can be used to reduce the memory complexity of explicit solutions of optimization problems. Second, we will show how symmetry can be used to reduce the memory and computational complexity of an alternating direction method of multipliers (ADMM) optimization algorithm.
Interact with SMART Grid colleagues, make new connections, answer trivia questions, and win prizes!
Join us for SMART Networking where you can catch up and talk shop with SMART Grid students, faculty, and researchers in a fun and interactive Zoom call. Opportunities over the hour include small group networking, a SMART Grid related trivia contest, and chance to win prizes.
This event is BYOD- Bring Your Own Device and Drinks. Hope to see you there!
An increasing number of researchers and research teams are using distributed version control systems like Git to enable efficient collaboration around and sharing of analytic code, software tools, and documentation. Whether you are developing analysis code, developing a manuscript in LaTeX, building a web interface for your project, or writing your dissertation you can use Git to organize and document your development process and systematically integrate and test the contributions by your team.
This training will provide an introduction to MATLAB, Simulink toolbox, and Real-time simulation using OPAL-RT Simulator. One week prior to the training students will receive a list of required pre-coursework which instructors will build upon in the December 18th webinar.