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NASPI Call for Abstracts!
Dear NASPI Community - the NASPI Leadership Team is looking for presentations in the following areas:
- The use of real-time synchrophasor applications for the purpose of improving control room operations and grid reliability
- Experience with synchrophasor data networking, architecture, archiving, and other supporting technologies
- Advances in adopting synchrophasor technology adoption through standardization, testing, or other technological accomplishments
- Extracting actionable information from synchrophasor data to support either real-time or engineering applications
- The application and utilization of distribution state estimation
- Benefits of and key success factors in deploying synchronized measurement in distribution systems
- High-speed waveform measurements that augment traditional synchrophasor measurements for additional resolution of high-speed phenomena, including the behavior of inverter based resources
- Oscillation mitigation, including specifically inverter-based resources
- Understanding measurement uncertainty relating to power system oscillation mitigation
- Incorporating advanced sensors into measurement infrastructure, including mixing different types of measurements and using heterogenous measurements to make decisions
- Visualization and human factors, including cognitive systems engineering, decision support, and human-machine interfaces
- Training challenges utilities are facing in deploying advanced technology in the control room
- Any other novel and timely topics related to wide-area time-synchronized measurements that would be of interest to the broader NASPI community
Abstracts are due by January 28, 2022. Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Authors will be informed of acceptance no later than February 28, 2022.
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