NM EPSCoR SMART Grid Center Webinar Series
This series is for all project team members and will provide a forum to present research results, increase interdisciplinary and cross-cutting collaborations, and learn more about outside projects related to microgrids, commercialization, and other topics of interest to our project.
Webinar Series Facts
- Webinars will occur monthly from Noon–1PM MT on the fourth Wednesday of the month.
- Webinars can be accessed via Zoom.
- Webinars will be recorded and posted on this website afterward.
Please contact us to suggest topics or speakers.
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 21, 2021/ 12:00PM - 1:00PM MDT
Presenter: Dr. Leo Yazhou Jiang is an Assistant Professor in the ECE Department at Clarkson University
The recent blackouts in Texas and California have revealed certain vulnerabilities within U.S. energy infrastructure which are not well understood. In particular: (1) a massive winter storm with frigid temperatures caused 4.5 million Texas homes and businesses to lose power for up to 4 days in February 2021; and (2) an… Read More
Date/Time: Wednesday, May 26, 2021/ 12:00PM - 1:00PM MDT
Presenter: George "Rusty" Nail, Graduate Research Assistant at NMSU
Things we’ll cover in this webinar:
Date/Time: Thursday, April 29, 2021/ 12:00PM - 1:00PM MDT
Presenter: Dr. Hamed Nademi, Assistant Professor, NMSU Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The role of distributed real-time control in the future energy and transportation systems is imperative considering large integration of power electronics devices through rapid growth in distributed energy resources (DERs). The requirement for microgrids and electrified transport is being driven for an immediate need for… Read More
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 24, 2021/ 12:00PM - 1:00PM MDT
Presenter: Dr. Claus Danielson, Assistant Professor, UNM Department of Mechanical Engineering
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… Read More
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 27, 2021/ 12:00PM - 1:30PM MST
Presenters: Karl Benedict, University of New Mexico, Jonathan Wheeler, University of New Mexico
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… Read More
Date/Time: Friday, December 18, 2020/ 12:00PM - 1:00PM MST
Presenters: Olga Lavrova, New Mexico State University, Hamed Nademi, New Mexico State University, Fengyu Wang, New Mexico State University
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.
Date/Time: Wednesday, October 28, 2020/ 12:00PM - 1:00PM MDT
Presenters: Robert G. DelCampo, Ph.D., Executive Director, Innovation Academy and Rutledge Professor of Management, Anderson School of Management, Kathryn Renner Hansen, Director, Arrowhead Center
In this webinar, NM EPSCoR will announce the launch of its Certificate Training in Entrepreneurship in partnership with the University of New Mexico (UNM) Rainforest Innovations and Innovation… Read More
Date/Time: Wednesday, October 21, 2020/ 12:00PM - 1:00PM MDT
Presenter: Mike Morrison, Creator of the #betterposter movement
Scientific posters haven't changed in 30 years, which should be alarming to you (nothing in science should be stagnant). And evidence suggests they are incredibly ineffective. In this talk, you will learn the evidence-based design principles that science has discovered in the last 30 years (since the birth of the Internet)… Read More
Date/Time: Wednesday, September 23, 2020/ 12:00PM - 1:00PM MDT
Presenter: Seth Blumsack, Professor, Penn State University
Capturing human behavior in engineering models is challenging, in part because humans themselves are challenging. This talk will discuss a series of pilot experiments run with utilities in Vermont, the goals of which were to understand how investments in a smarter grid—primarily advanced metering and distribution systems—… Read More
Date/Time: Wednesday, August 26, 2020/ 12:00PM - 1:00PM MDT
Presenter: Allison Brody, Director of Education, ¡Explora!
Abstract: Effective communication is organized, relevant, and engaging. The elevator pitch is your first interaction with a colleague, funder, journalist, etc. The key to a good elevator pitch is to develop a good story and convey it effectively. These exercises are designed to help participants tell a… Read More