The track "Smart Grid Planning, Optimization and Control - SPOC" will be held as part of the International Workshop on Simulation for Energy, Sustainable Development & Environment (SESDE 2013).
In recent years, smart energy systems evolve all over the world, treated both in research as well as in industry.
Especially within this research area computational methods come up to be of increasing importance for various applications like processing of large amounts of sensory data, controlling real-time devices in distribution grids or using modeling & simulation methods for sustainable power grid planning.
The aim of this session is to address these upcoming research issues, where achievements in computer sciences enable future technologies for planning, optimization and control of smart grids.
SPOC invites authors to submit their original and unpublished work, including the following topics, but not limited to:
Algorithms for modeling, control and optimization
Wide area monitoring, control and protection
Security & reliability for smart grids
SimulationCommunication and control
Demand side management
Distributed energy supply
Visualizations for control centers