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Computing, Control, and Signal Processing Challenges in Future Power Systems

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Transformative research activities in the last decade focused on sustainable, robust, and reliable power systems have presented several paradigms such as smart grids, self-healing grids, and distributed generation. This workshop seeks to address the Control, Computing, and Signal Processing Challenges in Future Power Systems within the context of developing the tools for a system-level understanding of the impact of these emerging paradigms. By complementing the core expertise in power and energy systems engineering, the control systems, computer science, and signal processing communities can play a critical role in revitalizing the electric infrastructure. Towards this end, the proposed workshop will promote cross-fertilization of ideas with the aim of developing the underlying foundational science to realize next-generation electric generation, transmission, and distribution systems.

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Electrical, Communications and Cyber Systems (ECCS)

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Computing and Communication Foundations (CCF)

ECCS