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8th International Istanbul Smart Grids and Cities Congress (ICSG 2021)
Two-Days Special Tutorial Series by IEEE PES Turkey Chapter on
“NEXT GENERATION POWER SYSTEMS”

Tutorial 1 – The role of the demand side in the emergent electricity business.
by Prof. Gianfranco Chicco

Politecnico di Torino, Dipartimento Energia “Galileo Ferraris” corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24, I-10129 Torino, Italy
Tel. +39 011 090 7141, Fax +39 011 090 7199
E-mail: gianfranco.chicco@polito.it

Bio: Gianfranco Chicco holds a Ph.D. in Electrotechnics Engineering and is a Full Professor of Electrical Energy Systems at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. He is a Fellow of the IEEE. He received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa from the Universities Politehnica of Bucharest and “Gheorghe Asachi” of Iasi (Romania) in 2017 and 2018. He is the Scientific Responsible of the Torino unit of the Italian Consortium ENSIEL. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Sustainable Energy Grids and Networks, a Subject Editor of Energy, an Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, an Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, and an Editor of Energies. He was the Conference Chair of WESC 2006, IEEE ISGT Europe 2017, and UPEC 2020 (upcoming on September 1-4, 2020). He is a member of the Italian Association AEIT. His research interests include Power System Analysis, Distribution System Analysis and Optimization, Electrical Load Management, Energy Efficiency and Environmental Impact of Multi-Energy Systems, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence Applications to Power and Energy Systems, Renewable Energy Sources and Distributed Generation, and Power Quality.

Tutorial Content: The Tutorial deals with the evolving role of the electrical demand in the emergent electricity business. The presentation starts from the representations of the electrical demand starting from real data, and highlights the issues and solutions for extracting knowledge from the available data. Then, specific aspects of demand analysis for individual or aggregate consumers and prosumers are discussed, including the categorization of the electrical demand and the challenges concerning net power analysis. Finally, the presentation addresses the role of multi-energy demand to provide grid services in local energy markets.

Coffee Break

Tutorial 2 – Energy storage in the context of wholesale and local electricity markets
by Prof. Nikolaos Paterakis

Eindhoven University of Technology Department of Electrical Engineering Electrical Energy Systems Group P.O. Box 513, 5600 MB Eindhoven The Netherlands Office: Flux 3.132
Telephone: +31 40 247 2901
E-mail: n.paterakis@tue.nl; nikpaterak@gmail.com

Bio: Dr. Nikolaos Paterakis received the Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (2013), and the Ph.D. degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from the University of Beira Interior, Portugal (2015). From October 2015 to March 2017, he was a post-doctoral researcher with the Department of Electrical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, where he is currently an Assistant Professor. His research interests include electricity markets and applications of machine learning and optimization techniques, having co-authored more than 75 publications on relevant topics. He is the founder and primary investigator of the Electricity Markets and Power System Operations Laboratory (EMPSO Lab) within the Electrical Energy Systems group. Dr. Paterakis is Associate Editor of the IET Renewable Power Generation, Editor of MDPI Applied Sciences and Review Editor of Frontiers in Energy Research (Smart Grids). He is also member of the Steering Committee of the International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and Technologies and Technical Program Committee member of various international conferences and symposia.

Tutorial Content: Energy storage technologies are expected to play a major role in the ongoing energy transition. As the cost of storage technologies declines, they emerge as a solution to counteracting the variability of an increasing share of renewable energy sources, providing system services and enabling several innovations at a consumer level. A great deal of research focuses on appraising potential business cases, while a large number of commercial energy storage projects are currently in place or development. This tutorial will first provide a high-level overview of the current status of storage technologies and the main business cases, especially the ones that are relevant for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa region. Then, several applications in which the role of energy storage is central, both in the context of wholesale, as well as the upcoming local electricity markets will be outlined, encompassing both stationary and mobile storage options. Another point this tutorial will focus on is related to assessing different case studies and business models for storage via simulations. To this end, several important storage and electricity market modeling considerations will be presented. Finally, directions for future research will be identified.

Tutorial 1 –Distributed Generation& Micro-grid Automation
by Prof. Dr. Ömer USTA

Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering 34467 Sarıyer/Istanbul/Turkey
Telephone: +90 212 285 6755
E-mail: usta@ieee.org

Bio: Dr. Ömer Usta received his BEng and MSc in Electrical Engineering from Istanbul Technical University (ITU) and received his PhD in Electronics and Electrical Engineering from the University of Bath. He joined to ITU in 1993 where he is presently a Professor of Power System Protection and Monitoring.  He has been responsible for developing and running highly successful courses on Smart Grid. Dr. Usta’s research interests include smart grid protection, monitoring and control. He has published numerous conference and journal papers. He is currently an investigator and primary consultant on a number of research projects funded by TUBİTAK, ITU and Turkish Industry.  Dr. Usta was the Head of the Electrical Engineering Department between 2007 and 2010, and the Dean of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Faculty between 2010 and 2013. He was also the General Chair of IEEE PES ISGT Europe 2014 held in Istanbul. He is the General Chair of IEEE PES GT&D Conference and Exhibition 2021 which will be held in Istanbul.

Tutorial Content: After the decision on devolution of electric power generation, a great number of dispersed storage and generation (DSG) units, which is mainly driven by renewable energy sources, has been connected to the power distribution networks.  Existing of DSG units in the distribution systems has converted the traditional distribution systems into active distribution networks. These are called micro-grids, and have created several technical difficulties from the operation points of view. Therefore, the conventional protection and control systems need to be improved to overcome these difficulties, and provide a reliable protection and control for micro-grids operating in both grid connected and islanded modes. Today it is realized that partially developments in protection and control systems will not provide an ideal solution for the operation of future microgrids. Therefore, a full automated distribution network is certainly required for a proper integration, protection and operation of dispersed storage and generation (DSG) units. This speech will be deal with the full automation requirements of the microgrids and recent developments in the related fields.

Lunch Break

Tutorial 2 – Increased Distribution System Operation Complexity and Upcoming Solutions
by Dr. Sima Davarzani

Smart Grid Technology Engineer&Technical Integration Lead UK Power Networks, London, UK
E-mail: davarzanisima@gmail.com

Bio: Dr. Davarzani received her PhD degree from Brunel University, London, UK. She was with industry in various positions and then joined Brunel University as a research scholar. She is now a Smart Grid Technology Engineer and Technical Integration Lead at UK Power Networks. Her topic of expertise are demand side participation in power system operation and distribution operation enhancement.

Tutorial Content: This tutorial will consider the increased distribution system operation complexity regarding the nondispatchable distributed generation and new loads integration to the distribution system, increased customer satisfaction levels, etc. Upcoming smarter solutions in this area will be discussed from the perspective of a widely-known DSO in the world.

Coffee Break

Tutorial 3 – The Integration of E-Mobility Solutions to the Power Systems: The Current and Future Trends for Different E-Mobility Options
by Prof. Ozan Erdinç

IEEE PES Turkey Chapter Chair Yildiz Technical University Davutpaşa Campus Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering 34220, Esenler/Istanbul/Turkey
E-mail: oerdinc@yildiz.edu.tr | ozanerdinc@gmail.com

Bio: Prof. Erdinç received the B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees from Yildiz Technical University (YTU), Istanbul, Turkey, in 2007, 2009, and 2012, respectively. Until May 2013, he worked in the private sector in different positions including electrical installations, renewable energy investments and as procurement expert. In June 2013, he became a Postdoctoral Fellow in Portugal, under the EU-FP7 funded Project “Smart and Sustainable Insular Electricity Grids Under Large-Scale Renewable Integration”. I was also a Researcher with the INESC-ID, Lisbon, Portugal with FCT PostDoctoral Grant Award.. On January 2015, he joined the Department of Electrical Engineering, YTU, Istanbul, where in April 2016 I obtained the title of Associate Prof. Dr. with the national habilitation exam. He is currently the Director of Energy Application and Research Center of YTU and Head of Alternative Energy Based Electric Systems Division at the Department of Electrical Engineering (YTU).

He is currently the Chair of IEEE Power&Energy Society (PES) Turkey Chapter. He is also a Senior Member of IEEE, an Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, and Editor of IEEE Power Engineering Letters, Editor of IEEE Open Access Journal of Power and Energy and an Associate Editor of the IET Renewable Power Generation. His research interests are hybrid renewable energy systems, electric vehicles, power system operation, and smart grid Technologies.

Tutorial Content: This tutorial will give perspectives for the grid integration of different scale E-Mobility solutions to provide a broad perspective for the possible challenges and opportunities each scale may lead/provide.