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Panel 20 Jul 2023

Digitization of power grid with increased incorporation of fast acting power electronics, high-performance computing (HPC) solutions, and high-fidelity sensors is an ongoing transformation that is happening in the power grid. As this transformation happens to enhance controllability, reliability, resilience, and economics of operating the power grid, there are concerns over existing HPCs having the capability to meet these requirements in operations. Towards the same, emerging HPCs like quantum computing and comparatively newer architectures like graphics processing units (GPUs) may offer enhanced computing capabilities that can help meet power flow or dynamic simulation needs in operations, optimize response to extreme events, enhance industrial applications in energy sector, among others. In this session, there will be presentations on these different aspects to exchange ideas and vision for use of emerging computing architectures in power grids. Presentations in this panel session: - Application of Emerging and Newer Computing Architectures in Planning/Operation of Power Grid (23PESGM4136) - Quantum Computing in Power Systems: Long Term and Near Term Algorithms (23PESGM4141) - Opportunities in The Energy Sector: Vendor Perspective (23PESGM4422)

Chairs:
Suman Debnath, Hantao Cui
Primary Committee:
Analytic Methods for Power Systems (AMPS)
Sponsor Committees:
Computer Analytical Methods

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