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Reports synopses published for the SC D2 Colloquium-2017 in Moscow

Synopses of the reports selected for the Study Committee D2 Colloquium-2017 are now available on the official Subcommittee D2 of RNC CIGRE website. The Colloquium will take place in Moscow from the 20th to the 22nd of September 2017.

After a complex evaluation of the submitted synopses the committee has selected 56 synopses presented by leading experts from over twenty countries across the world. Out of these, 13 focused on the 1st preferential subject, 19 nd; on the 2nd subject and 24 –on the 3rd subject:

1. PS-1 Software platforms for control of distributed energy resources

— Assoc.Prof. Srdjan Skok Faculty of Engineering, Croatia - Microgrid monitoring protection and control based on synchronized measurements (report).

— Hoyoung KANG, South Korea - Implementation of Interoperability Adaptor for Interface with External Systems in Campus Microgrid (report).

— Alejandro Razo Miranda, México - Strategies and benefits of control centralized and distributed in distribution feeders with distributed generation  (report).

— D.DEMCHENKO, Russia - The Distributed System for Solution of Planning and Dispatching Problems in Large Interconnection  (report).

— Ivan M. ABRAMENKO, Russia - Operational, short and long term profile optimization (economic dispatch) of distributed energy resources in Microgrid  (report).

— Andrey S. BEREZIN, Germany - Security Assessment & System Optimization platform for grid stability control  (report).

— Tatiana G. GORELIK, Russia - Automation of asset management and field inspection processes as an instrument of economic efficiency of distributed power systems (Microgrids)  (report).

— Pavel V. ILYUSHIN, Russia - Emergency and postemergency control in the formation of microgrids  (report).

— Alexander V. KOMAROV, Russia - Advanced Distribution Management System as effective IT/OT platform for managing today and tomorrow electric network  (report).

— Alexander. L. KULIKOV, Russia - Centralized power supply control system of active consumer with distributed generation sources  (report).

— Alexey V. MOKEEV, Russia - Applications based on PMU technology for MicroGrid  (report).

— S. MUZALEV, Russia - Inverter Control in the Formation of Microgrids  (report).

— G. LAKOTA, Slovenia - Advanced Platform for Virtual Power Plant Operation  (report).

2. PS-2 Resilience to cyber threats of information and telecommunication systems in the power industry

Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering Information Special Committee/Chinese National Committee of CIGRE, China - Big Data Based Network Security Situation Awareness and Early Warning Analysis  (report).

— Rodrigo LEAL De Siqueira, Brazil - Building a secure network for new scenario case: CHESF  (report).

— I. BENÍTEZ, Spain Evaluation of Cybersecurity Risks and Vulnerabilities of Advanced Metering Infrastructure Components  (report).

— S CONCHET, France The electric network infrastructure, a large playground for IoT  (report).

— Antony ENG, France MADES (Market Data Exchange Standard): Create a secure and reliable communication platform for European electricity market  (report).

— G. DONDOSSOLA, Italy A Monitoring Architecture for Smart Grid Cyber Security  (report).

— Kazuki KITAHARA, Japan Introduction of AI-based Anti-malware Software to resist Cyber Threats (report).

— Tadashi OKABE, Japan The current security regulation of power control system in JAPANand corresponding TEPCO PG's efforts (report).

— ISAI ROJAS GONZALEZ, México Reference framework for cybersecurity of companies participating in the Wholesale Electricity Market in Mexico  (report).

— Lhoussain Lhassani, Netherlands  (I)IoT: Industrial Internet of Things: Building the future Grid?  (report).

— Shuang Zhang, Netherlands Utility Information security at the dawn of IoT and NFV-enabled telecommunication service-chaining in cloud computing  (report).

— Pavel V. LITVINOV, Russia Microgrid monitoring protection and control based on synchronized measurements (report).

— Alexandr.L. KULIKOV, I.A. LUKICHEVA, Russia Improving accuracy of power system state estimation under cyber-attacks using median filtering  (report).

— Maxim V. NIKANDROV, Russia Reducing cyber-attack actual damage by Controlled Degradation of the control system to less vulnerable network configuration and isolating infected system components  (report).

— Vladimir G. Karantaev, Russia Possible approaches to cybersecurity threat modeling in the Power Grid  (report).

— ALEKSANDR VOLOSHIN, Russia About cyber physical model for cybersecurity researches in power industry  (report).

M. SEEWALD, Germany Real Evidence for Security Conformance  (report).

— B PETZER, South Africa Cyber-threats and the Risks They Pose to Power Utilities  (report).

— G. RASCHE, United States Maturity assessment of SDN/NFV technical specifications for secure TELECOM  (report).

3. PS-3 Highly reliable communication infrastructure for traditional and new applications in EPI

— Wang Yirong, Yan Shuhui, Feng Shiying, China - The development of 230MHz power wireless communication technology (report)

— Guillermo GALARZA, Argentina - A Smooth Migration Path from TDM to PTN using Hybrid Devices (report).

— Rodrigo LEAL, Brazil Planning and design of the backbone roadm for mutual use beteween chesf (são francisco's hydroelectric company) and rnp (brazilian national research and educational network). Benefits, opportunities, solutions and challenges (report).

— José María DELGADO, Spain Telecommunication networks and infrastructures for IEC 61850-based substation automation systems  (report).

— Antti VIRO, N.N., Finland Latency in mission critical hybrid network  (report).

— Anthony GRAY, Ireland Evolving Telecommunications for Next Generation Power Systems  (report).

— Kenji SASAKI, Japan Development of a new model information transmission device implementing high reliability of a SCADA system  (report).

— Yasuhiro IKEGUCHI, Japan Application of Virtualization Technology to the New Supply and Demand Adjustment Support System  (report).

— Yoshiki Mitsuhata, Japan Development of Next-generation System Stabilizing Controller Communication System  (report).

— Yusuke HATTORI, Japan Development and Introduction of Communication Devices Corresponding to New Applications  (report).

— Young-Il Kim, South Korea A Development of NMS (Network Management System) for AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) Network Devices  (report).

— V.ČELEBIĆ, Serbia A Solution for the Transmission of the Teleprotection CommandsUsing Ethernet over SDH  (report).

— Vasily A. KHARLAMOV, Russia Point-to-multipoint Channels over Digital Networks for Relay Protection and Automation  (report).

— V. LEVSHIN, Russia Recommendations for using of synchronous communications protocols for analog and digital data transfer as an alternative to IEC 61850-9-2 LE (SV) and IEC 61850-8-1 (GOOSE) PROTOCOLS IN DIGITAL SUBSTATIONS  (report).

— Aleksandr M. LIFSHITS, Russia Ways to improve the speed and reliability of the transmission of digital information through the channels NBPLC grids 6-35 kV  (report).

— Iurii Nazarov, Russia Construction and operating experience of digital power-line carrier systems  (report).

— Anders RUNESSON, Sweden NordBalt fibre optical transmission system  (report).

— Dr. Surat TANTERDTID, Thailand Leveraging Security and Reliability Management with Advance Data Analytic, A Novel of Big Data application in CBM strategy in EGAT Communication Network  (report).

— V. TAN (Australia), D. HOLSTEIN (United States), M. SEEWALD (Germany) Challenges to Implement Secure Remote Services  (report).

— J. COSTA, Uruguay Precision timing distribution over terrestrial way  (report).

— BCD THAKADU, South Africa Investigation into the use of IP-MPLS network to service OT services  (report).

— K. SETLHAPELO, South Africa Microwave Link Planning and Improved Availability and Reliability  (report).

— K. THEBUS, South AfricSubstation Network Optimisation Principles: IT features within an OT environment  (report).

— M. TALJAARD, South AfricNetwork and Data Security Architecture of the Electric Power System  (report).


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