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ISGT Europe 2010 Panel Presentations

ISGT Europe 2010 Panel Presentations

Panel Session (PN 1)

Panel Session (PN 1): "Standards for Smart Grid"

Intro "Standards for interoperability make the grids smart"
Lars Nordström, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

"IEC 61850 Lite Implementation - Low cost microcontroller chip with IEC 61850 and IEC 61131-3"
Karlheinz Schwarz, Netted Automation, Germany

"Results from Surveys on Smart Grid Standardization Initiatives"
Mathias Uslar, OFFiS, Germany

"A case study on Multi-agent Interoperability in IEC 61850 Environments"
Arshad Saleem, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Panel Session (PN 2)

Panel Session (PN 2): "Cyber and Physical Security Systems and Information And Communication Technology"

"Industrial Information and Control System Security – A Government Perspective"
Åke Holmgren, Senior Advisor, MSB Myndigheten, Sweden

"Cyber Security Issues – A Nordic/European Perspective"
Rita Lenander, Chief Information Security Officer E.ON Nordic, Sweden

"Cyber Security for Smart Grid Dependability"
Marc Tritschler, Principal Consultant, KEMA, UK

"Challenges of Cyber Security in Smart grids"
Jens Zerbst, Chief IT Security Officer, Vattenfall Group

Panel Session (PN 3)

Panel Session (PN 3): "Component Insulation and Diagnostics for Smart Grid"

"Controllable and intelligent power components enabler for innovative smart grid"
Mikael Dahlgren, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden

"Role of information flow and power flow in the Smart Grid concept"
Uwe Kaltenborn, AREVA Research and Development, Germany

Panel Session (PN 9)

Panel Session (PN 9): "Advanced Metering and Metrology Infrastructure for Smart Grid"

"Metrology for Smart Grids"
Gert Rietveld, VSL Dutch Metrology Institute, Netherlands

"Metrology for High Voltage Direct Current"
Anders Bergman, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden

"NIST Coordination and Acceleration of Smart Grid Standards"
Thomas L. Nelson, NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

Panel Session (PN 10)

Panel Session (PN 10): "Power Electronics and Energy Storage in Smart Grid Environment"

"Needs and challenges for energy storage in Smart Grids"
Hans-Peter Nee, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

"Managing Variability and Uncertainty in Smart Grids"
Lawrence Jones, ALSTOM Grid, USA

"Dynamic Control of Grid Assets"
Deepakraj Divan, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

"Energy storage technologies, Renewable and Sustainable"
Alfred Rufer, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

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