National Institute of Technology (NIT), Andhra Pradesh is trying its hands to provide a platform for smart power systems for researchers. From November 22 to November 26, 2021, the institute hosted a five-day online workshop on “Data-Driven Strategies in Smart Power Systems and Control-2021.”
What is a data-driven strategy?
Data-driven strategies are cross-curricular in nature, and they are used in a wide range of smart grids; power system stability and security, renewable energy systems, microgrids, and energy management systems applications.
The goal of a Data-Driven strategy
The goal of this program is to provide participants with a fundamental grasp of data-driven techniques and frameworks that have produced state-of-the-art performance in the disciplines of power systems and control. Basically, the program is being organized under AICTE Training and Learning (ATAL) Academy.
During the inaugural event, Prof. C.S.P. Rao, Director, NIT Andhra Pradesh said, “In recent days, impactful algorithms have Artificial Intelligence (AI) at its core and Electrical Engineering is no exception.
Such algorithms have been critical to bridging the void between raising electrical energy demand and depleting energy sources.
About five-day workshop
After taking into consideration the importance of data-driven techniques which have developed over the passage of time, several important factors.
To take it further to new heights, NIT Andhra Pradesh has organized the training for researchers who are willing to work in the different areas of data-driven strategies. Which includes: Data-driven strategies in Smart Power Systems and Control include
Data-driven strategies in Smart Power Systems and Control include
- Wide area active control
- Adaptive protection and control
- Network management and devices
- Advanced Sensors and Measurements
- Knowledge extraction by intelligent methods
- Developments in Modelling and Control of Smart Grids
- Demand-side management in smart grid
- Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Missile Weapon Systems Design
- Advanced Optimization Techniques on Hybrid Power Systems with Electric Vehicles
Outcomes from this five-day Online Training
- Awareness of the data-driven methods in smart power systems and controlling applications
- Hands-on experience on simulation of fundamentals on deep learning models using Python and its applications in Power Systems
- Hands-on experience on Simscape Onramp in MATLAB
- Explore the knowledge of the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Missile Weapon Systems Design
Vote of Thanks
At the end of the event, Dr. T. Kiran, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, NIT Andhra Pradesh expressed his vote of thanks to all the participants who took out time for this and who belong to various academic institutes for making the Faculty Development Programme a success.
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