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Final Program


Time Conference Room Gauguin Cezanne Renoir D Renoir E Picasso

Monday, October 5

09:00-11:00 OS: Opening Session
11:30-12:30 KEYN1: Smart Grid and Solar Energy (Miroslav Begovic)
14:00-15:45 T1A: TUTORIAL: Evolución de los Sistemas de Control en el marco de las Smart Grids T1B: TUTORIAL: Evolution of EMS - Managing the Smart Grid - PMU T1C: Standards, RFC y Protocolos para comunicaciones en Smart Grids T1D: Optimization and Planning in Distribution Systems (Part 1) T1E: Advanced Modelling of Smart Distribution Networks Using OpenDSS (Part 1)  
16:15-18:00 T2A: TUTORIAL: Evolución de los Sistemas de Control en el marco de las Smart Grids (Part 2) T2B: Volt-VAR Control T2C: Transformers for Renewable Energy Applications T2D: TUTORIAL : Optimization and Planning in Distribution Systems (Part 2) T2E: Advanced Modelling of Smart Distribution Networks Using OpenDSS (Part 2)  

Tuesday, October 6

09:00-11:00 PA2A: Smart Grids in Latinamerica (Renato Cespedes) S1B: Energy and Distribution Management Systems (Part 1) S1C: Information and Communications Technology S1D: SG in Electricity Markets and Interoperability    
11:30-13:00 PA6C: Electrical Vehicles (Eduardo Bergerie) PA2D: Integration of Low-Carbon into Distribution Networks: International experiences (Luis Ochoa) S1A: Impact on Power Systems & Stability (Part1) PA2B: Phasor Measurement Units in Electrical Systems (Jay Giri)    
14:15-15:00 KEYN2: Changing the Conversation of Grid Modernization with Energy Storage (Wanda Reder)
15:00-18:30           PoCM3: Computational Methods and Optimization Techniques (Part 1),
PoIS3: Impact on Electric Power Systems and Stability (Part 1),
PoMi3: Distributed Energy Resources - MICROGRIDS (Part 1),
PoMS3: Energy and Distribution Management Systems,
PoPM3: Power System Protection and Monitoring (Part 1),
PoQE3: Power Quality and Efficiency,
PoRE3: Renewable Energy Integration and Storage (Part 1),
PoSB3: Demand Side Management; Smart Buildings and Home Automation,
PoSP3: Smart Grid Projects, Tests, Experiences and Agenda,
PoUA3: Utility Assets and Power Electronics Converters
16:30-18:30 S4A: Impact on Power Systems & Stability (Part 2) S4B: Energy and Distribution Management System (Part 2) S4C: Computational Methods and Optimization Techniques S4D: Smart Grids Projects and Experiences  
18:30-19:30 WIP YP: Women in Power - Young Professionals joint Panel          

Wednesday, October 7

09:00-11:00 S5A: Distributed Energy - Microgrids (Part 1) S5B: System Protection and Monitoring (Part 1) S5C: Demand Management and Response S5D: Renewable Energy Integration and Storage    
11:30-13:00 PA6A: Demand Management and Response (Ruben Chaer)     PA6B: Smart Grids Projects and Experiences (Mario Vignolo)    
14:15-15:00 KEYN3: Making our Distribution Smarter and Low Carbon: A UK Perspective (Luis Ochoa)
15:00-18:30           PoCM7: Computational Methods and Optimization Techniques (Part 2),
PoDR7: Demand Management; Demand Response,
PoIC7: Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs),
PoIM7: Power System Instrumentation and Measurements,
PoIS7: Impact on Electric Power Systems and Stability (Part 2),
PoMi7: Distributed Energy Resources - MICROGRIDS (Part 2),
PoPM7: Power System Protection and Monitoring (Part 2),
PoRE7: Renewable Energy Integration and Storage (Part 2),
PoSI7: Smart Grids Interoperability,
PoSM7: Smart Grids and Electricity Markets
16:30-18:30 S8A: Distributed Energy - Microgrids (Part 2) S8B: System Protection and Monitoring (Part 2) S8C: Demand Side Management, Smart Buildings, Home Automation S8D: Power Quality - Instrumentation and Measurement  

Monday, October 5

Monday, October 5, 09:00 - 11:00

OS: Opening Session

Monday, October 5, 11:30 - 12:30

KEYN1: Smart Grid and Solar Energy (Miroslav Begovic)

Miroslav Begovic, Texas A&M University - PES President

Worldwide consumption of electricity is expected to nearly double over the next two-and-a-half decades. Photovoltaics (PV) technology converts light directly to electricity without any fuel requirements, or harmful emissions.Solar-electric technology is extremely modular,; it can be quickly deployed at or near the point of consumption, minimizing transmission losses and providing electricity in regions that lack centralized power stations and their requisite distribution systems. This modularity makes PV attractive in industrialized and developing nations alike.In USA, photovoltaic generation has been growing at an annual rate of over 220 percent. The proliferation of PV systems offers opportunities (such as a reduction in peak load and loss) but also potential for use in Volt/Var management and control.Rapid variations in short-term PV generation, typically in minute-averaging resolution, result from transient weather changes. It's important to model the short-term intermittency and investigate the impact that it may have on operation of the Electrical System.We look at the impacts of PV-DG on power distribution systems planning and operations, including those of steady state and dynamic nature, with emphasis on utility-scale PV-DG. We also discuss mitigation measures to address these impacts and present illustrative results of analyses conducted on real distribution feeders and other ramifications of their increased use in distribution networks, especially urban ones

Monday, October 5, 14:00 - 15:45

T1A: TUTORIAL: Evolución de los Sistemas de Control en el marco de las Smart Grids

Renato Cespedes, RConsulting Group
Room: Conference Room

Este tutorial presenta un enfoque sobre la evolución de los sistemas de control de redes eléctricas para atender los nuevos retos de las Smart Grids con sus componentes de integración de generación con base en recursos renovables, generación distribuida, nuevos sensores, gestión de activos, etc. Se hace una presentación de las arquitecturas que se deben implementar para poder dar un soporte a las diferentes funciones de Smart Grids de manera que se desarrolle un sistema integrado tanto en comunicaciones como en la parte informática y se presentan enfoques de futuro hacia donde se centra el desarrollo con base en nuevas tecnologías. Se discuten los elementos tecnológicos que soportan los sistemas SCADA/EMS/DMS para tratar en detalle los principales componentes de sistemas de supervisión y control de la distribución. Se discuten aplicaciones orientadas a la distribución donde se obtienen mayores beneficios y se discuten algunos ejemplos de implementación.

T1B: TUTORIAL: Evolution of EMS - Managing the Smart Grid - PMU

Dr. Jay Giri, ALSTOM Grid
Room: Gauguin

Energy Management Systems (EMS) have been deployed for decades at utility control centers to monitor and manage the electricity grid in real-time. Today these EMS capabilities are poised to be enhanced quite dramatically with growth of synchrophasor PMU measurements.This tutorial will describe: The history and evolution of the EMS from its digital genesis in the 1970's. The primary functions of a modern EMS. Emerging new industry drivers. Emerging new technology trends. Impact of growth of microgrids, renewables and distributed generation on the EMS. Growth of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) and synchrophasor measurements worldwide. Wide Area Monitoring (WAMS). Situational Awareness tools. The EMS for the future grid. Integration of synchrophasor PMU data. Monitoring grid dynamics. Island detection and restoration tools. Big Data Analysis. Fast forensic analysis. Training for grid dynamics. Advanced visualization tools. Providing grid operators with "actionable information" for prompt decision-making. Practical examples of utilities where such advanced tools are deployed. Concluding thoughts on the challenges and opportunities to manage the future grid .

T1C: Standards, RFC y Protocolos para comunicaciones en Smart Grids

Gustavo Giannattasio, IEEE Smart Cities Committee
Room: Cezanne

The tutorial deals with actual standards and requests for comments that made possible the development of Communications for Smart Grid application Will cover IEEE as well as IETF Relevant Communications standards at medium difficulty level. Will also explore technology trends and security recommendations for a safe Smart Grid Deployment.Prerequisite : basic understanding of Communications protocols.

T1D: Optimization and Planning in Distribution Systems (Part 1)

Dr. Eduardo Alejandro Martínez Ceseña (Univ. Manchester)
Room: Renoir D

Emerging environmental concerns and technological developments are leading to an increased penetration of distributed energy resources (DER) in distribution networks. The efficient accommodation of these resources is a grand challenge. However, owing to the rise of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) and Demand Side Response (DSR) in a Smart grid context, distributed energy technologies can be more and more readily dispatched and coordinated to meet different needs. This offers unprecedented opportunities to enhance the operation, design and business cases of innovative technologies in smart distribution networks. However, powerful mathematical techniques are needed to deal with different types and levels of uncertainty that characterize future energy systems, from both the operational and planning perspectives.This tutorial overviews different theoretical frameworks that have been recently developed in various projects at the University of Manchester in the area of techno-economic optimisation and flexible planning of innovative distributed energy systems with large scale penetration of DER in the presence of small scale (short term) and large scale (long term) uncertainties.

T1E: Advanced Modelling of Smart Distribution Networks Using OpenDSS (Part 1)

Dr. Luis (Nando) Ochoa, Univ. Manchester
Room: Renoir E

This tutorial will give researchers, consultants and practitioners interested in modelling Smart Distribution Networks the opportunity to learn about the basic and advanced applications of OpenDSS, an open source state-of-the-art distribution network analysis software package developed by EPRI (USA). The tutorial includes hands on aspects for a direct familiarisation with OpenDSS as well as details of the modelling frameworks used in more advanced studies which will be illustrated with three industrial Smart Grid projects in the UK.

Monday, October 5, 16:15 - 18:00

T2A: TUTORIAL: Evolución de los Sistemas de Control en el marco de las Smart Grids (Part 2)

Renato Cespedes, RConsulting Group
Room: Conference Room

T2B: Volt-VAR Control

Antonio Padilha Feltrin, Darwin Alexis Quijano Rodezno
Room: Gauguin

The approach called Conservation Voltage Reduction (CVR) can be defined as being the practice of controlling the voltage levels on the network in order to promote a reduction in energy demand, considering that loads in the medium voltage (MV) networks are predominantly voltage dependent. It can be considered a form of demand management, especially in networks with a strong presence of residential and commercial customers.In this tutorial, we will address concepts of CVR and IVCC settings and present load models in order to better represent the loads in MV networks. Then will be presented and discussed several cases of CVR application performed by different distribution companies in the world. Concluding, case studies will be shown with the presence of OLTC, AVRs, capacitors and distributed generators. Special highlights will be emphasized for models and forms of voltage control in distributed generators. The CVR applications will allow us to describe the positive economic and technical benefits showing significant values of energy savings for a typical day of operation, and peak load relief important in both distribution and the transmission system. Additionally, these advantages are obtained while maintaining the supply voltage quality for all consumers. Other important gains can be noted in reduction of power losses and the maintenance of the power factor within the specified range.

T2C: Transformers for Renewable Energy Applications

Alvaro Portillo, Power Transformers Senior Engineer Consultant
Room: Cezanne

The increasing use of renewable energy has created new requirements and challenges in the design of transformers. The transformers used in installations of wind or solar energy have installation and operating characteristics that strongly affect its design. The presentation will cover these special design and operating aspects of these transformers. The presentation is aimed at professionals working in utilities and are responsible for the specification, design review, acquisition, operation and maintenance of transformers for renewable energy applications.

T2D: TUTORIAL : Optimization and Planning in Distribution Systems (Part 2)

Dr. Eduardo Alejandro Martínez Ceseña (Univ. Manchester)
Room: Renoir D

T2E: Advanced Modelling of Smart Distribution Networks Using OpenDSS (Part 2)

Luis Ochoa
Room: Renoir E

Tuesday, October 6

Tuesday, October 6, 09:00 - 11:00

PA2A: Smart Grids in Latinamerica (Renato Cespedes)

Chair: Renato Cespedes
Room: Conference Room

This panel will focus on projects and status of Smart Grids Developments in Latin America.- Renato Cespedes (RGConsulting, COL) "Desarrollo de Smart Grids en Colombia"- Nelson Fonseca Leite, (President of ABRADEE, BR ) "Programa Brasileño de Redes Eléctricas Inteligentes"- Eduardo Bergerie (UTE, UY)- Adrian Inda Ruiz (Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, MEX)

S1B: Energy and Distribution Management Systems (Part 1)

Room: Gauguin
Chair: Jose Joskowicz (Universidad de la República & Facultad de Ingenieria, Uruguay)
An Artificial Immune Approach for Service Restoration in Smart Distribution Systems
Denisson Oliveira (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil); Antonio Souza (Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil); Adriano Almeida and Isaias Lima (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil)
Multiobjective Voltage Control in Smart Distribution Power Systems
Denisson Oliveira, Diogo Marujo and Marcos Santos (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil); Benedito D. Bonatto (UNIFEI - Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil); Hector Arango (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil); Antonio Souza (Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil); Luiz F. Delboni (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil); José Maria de Carvalho Filho (UNIFEI – Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil); Paulo M Silveira (Federal University of Itajuba - UNIFEI, Brazil); Luis Antonio Felber (Companhia Energetica de Minas Gerais & Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil); Mozart Braga Junior (Companhia Energetica de Minas Gerais, Brazil)
Multi-Objective Optimization Model for Distribution Systems Restoration
Daniel Gazzana and Gustavo Ferreira (UFRGS, Brazil); Arturo S. Bretas (Electrical Engineering Department, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Rochele Silva (UFRGS, Brazil); Arlan Bettiol and Antônio Carniato (NEO DOMINO Consultoria e Pesquisa LTDA, Brazil); Luis Fernando do Nascimento Passos (Neo Domino Pesquisa em Sistemas Elétricos Ltda., Brazil); Rafael Homma and Fernando Molina (Celesc Distribuição S.A., Brazil)
Real-Time Battery Management Algorithm for Peak Demand Shaving in Small Energy Communities
Seksak Pholboon, Mark Sumner and Edward Christopher (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Stuart Norman (E ON Technologies (Ratcliffe) Limited, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

S1C: Information and Communications Technology

Room: Cezanne
Chair: Jorge Costa (UTE, Uruguay)
Hybrid Communication Module - Motivations, Requirements, Challenges and Implementations
Johnny Mafra, Jr. and Márcio Hosami (FITec, Brazil); Lucas Freitas, Marcus Martinelli and Antonio Almeida (AES Eletropaulo, Brazil)
Optimal Dimensioning of FiWi Networks over Advanced Metering Infrastructure for the Smart Grid
Esteban Inga-Ortega and Arturo Peralta-Sevilla (Universidad Politécnica Salesiana & Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Ecuador); Roberto Carlos Hincapie (Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia); Ferney Amaya (GIDATI Research Group, Colombia); Idelfonso Tafur Monroy (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark & ITMO University, Russia)
Khimo, a secure access platform for endpoint smart grid connectivity
Juan Pechiar (Universidad de la República & IEEE Uruguay Section, Uruguay); Federico Núñez and Alberto Canabal (Ikatu, Uruguay)

S1D: SG in Electricity Markets and Interoperability

Room: Renoir D
Chair: Jorge Calderón-Guizar (Instituto de Investigaciones Eléctricas, Mexico)
A Methodology for Real-time Quantification of Financial Losses in Distribution Systems Based on Automated Measurements
Tatiano Busatto (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Bibiana Petry and Sérgio Haffner (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Flávio Lemos (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Luís Fernando Pereira (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Luís Pereira (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Paulo Pereira (CEEE-D, Brazil)
An Agent-Based Negotiation Approach for Balancing Multiple Coupled Control Domains
Aisha Umair, Anders Clausen and Bo Jørgensen (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
An approach to an electricity tariff for responsive demand in the Uruguay of next years with high penetration of wind and solar energy
Lorena Di Chiara, Felipe Palacios and Pablo Soubes (ADME, Uruguay); Ruben Chaer (Institute of Electrical Engineering - University of the Republic Oriental del Uruguay, Uruguay); Gonzalo Casaravilla and Enzo Coppes (UTE, Uruguay)
Socioeconomic Analysis of Incentive Public Policies for the Use of Renewable Energy per Consumer Class in Brazil
Lígia Pereira (Federal University of Itajuba); Sérgio Lusvarghi, Lucas Arango and Hector Arango (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil); Benedito D. Bonatto (UNIFEI - Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil)
Metodologia de Incentivos e Penalidades para Distribuidoras de Energia Elétrica em Diferentes Níveis de Qualidade do Serviço
Jenny González, P (Universidade de São Paulo); Carlos Marcio Vieira Tahan (Escola Politécnica – USP, Uruguay)

Tuesday, October 6, 11:30 - 13:00

PA6C: Electrical Vehicles (Eduardo Bergerie)

Chair: Eduardo Bergerie
Room: Conference Room

En este panel se presentarán los avances sobre la estrategia de introducción de la movilidad eléctrica en el Mundo, desde el punto de vista académico, gubernamental y empresarial. Se mostrarán los resultados de los test sobre autos y ómnibus eléctricos en la ciudad de Montevideo, abordándose también la problemática relacionada con la gestión de la recarga de los vehículos.- Mauricio Zunino/Carolina Mena, (Dirección Nacional de Energía, UY) - Gonzalo Márquez, (Intendencia de Montevideo, UY)- Magdalena Hill, (DINAMA, UY)- Juan Carlos Patrone , (UTE, UY) - Rajit Gadh (SMERC, UCLA USA)- Carlos Dodero, ENEL "ENEL Electric Mobility"

PA2D: Integration of Low-Carbon into Distribution Networks: International experiences (Luis Ochoa)

Chair: Luis Ochoa
Room: Gauguin

The increasing need to decarbonise our electricity systems in cost-effective ways is placing significant economic and technical challenges to distribution network operators around the world. This panel puts together the expertise and practical experience of researchers and consultants from Costa Rica, Brazil, Chile and the UK closely involved in industrial projects. As such, the panel will present different international perspectives, challenges and solutions to integrate low carbon technologies to LV and MV distribution networks including projects involving photovoltaic systems, storage, electric vehicles and demand response.-"Financial implications of rooftop PV integration to the Costa Rican power utility: A case study" by Prof Gustavo Valverde, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica- "Integration of new technologies into Brazilian distribution networks: A CPFL experience" by Prof Walmir Freitas, State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil- "Increasing resilience of distribution networks against natural disasters through distributed energy resources" by by Prof Rodrigo Moreno, University of Chile, Chile- "Unlocking the voltage-led demand response from UK residential loads" by Dr Luis(Nando) Ochoa, The University of Manchester, UK

S1A: Impact on Power Systems & Stability (Part1)

Room: Cezanne
Chair: Rodolfo Perez (UTE, Uruguay)
Passivity-based control of energy storage units in Distributed Generation Systems
Ricardo Peña (CONICET & Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco, Argentina); Roberto D. Fernández (Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco, Facultad de Ingeniería, Argentina); Ricardo J Mantz (UNLP, Facultad de Ingeniería & CICPBA, Argentina); Pedro Battaiotto (UNLP, Facultad de Ingeniería, Argentina)
Analysis of the penetration and impacts of hybrid and electric vehicles in the electrical system of Uruguay
Diego Oroño (Universidad de la República & Universidad de la República, Uruguay); Mario Vignolo (Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR, Uruguay); Virginia Echinope (Universidad de la República & Facultad de Ingeniería - Uruguay, Uruguay)
Three Phase Fast Decoupled Power Flow for Emerging Distribution Systems
Renan Portelinha (Federal University of Paraná, Brazil); Odilon Tortelli (UFPR, Brazil)
Planificación de Sistemas de Transmisión con Gran Penetración de Generación Distribuida
Pablo Pena (Universidad de la República & UTE, Uruguay); Nicolas Morales (UTE, Uruguay); Michel Artenstein (Universidad de la República & Estudios y Proyectos de Trasmisión, UTE, Uruguay); Andrea Pizzini and Cedric Zoppolo (UTE, Uruguay)
Inertial Response Provided by Full-Converter Wind Turbines
Danilo Caldas (ENERCON, Brazil)

PA2B: Phasor Measurement Units in Electrical Systems (Jay Giri)

Chair: Jay Giri
Room: Renoir D

The panel will present real projects and results of the application of PMU Technologies in Power Networks- Ricardo Nocetto (UTE, UY)- Aharon De La Torre, (CENACE, Ecuador)- Ramon Leon, (ISA Colombia)- Carla Hernandez (Chile)

Tuesday, October 6, 14:15 - 15:00

KEYN2: Changing the Conversation of Grid Modernization with Energy Storage (Wanda Reder)

Wanda Reder, VP - S&C Electric Company, USA

The electric grid is undergoing significant transformation from the introduction of digital technologies, policies encouraging the growth of renewable and distributed energy resources, and increasing engagement of electricity customers and businesses in both managing and producing energy. This presentation discusses a vision for the grid of the future, while especially highlighting the opportunities for energy storage and the challenges that remain.

Tuesday, October 6, 15:00 - 18:30

PoCM3: Computational Methods and Optimization Techniques (Part 1)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Gonzalo Aristoy (University of Republic Uruguay & UTE, Uruguay)
A Multiagent System Approach and Integer Linear Programming for Transformers Relocation in Power Distribution System
Alexandre de Souza (University Of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Nelson Kagan (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil); Klaus de Geus (UFPR, Brazil)
A self-organizing client / server allocation algorithm for applications with non-linear cost functions
Hanno Hildmann (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain); Sebastien Nicolas (NEC Labs Europe, Germany)
Sequential Learning Function applied to the design and tuning of a Fuzzy Controller for VSC
Ivan Riaño (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia)
Detecção de Irregularidades no Consumo de Energia Elétrica Usando Árvores de Decisão
João Paulo Vieira and Yasmin Correa (UFPA, Brazil); Flávia Monteiro (Federal University of Pará, Brazil); Rodrigo Carvalho and Antônio Tobias (UFPA, Brazil); Marcus Vinicius Nunes (Universidade Federal do Pará, Brazil); Ubiratan Holanda Bezerra (UFPA, Brazil); Maria Emilia de Lima Tostes (Federal University of Pará - UFPA & CEAMAZON, Brazil); Rafael Oliveira (CELPA, Brazil)
A Complex Network Analysis of the Brazilian Power Test System
Elizandra Coelho (Federal University of Espiríto Santo, Brazil); Joelson Thomazelli (Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil); Marcia Paiva (Federal University of Espírito Santo & LabTel, Brazil); Marcelo Segatto (Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil)

PoIS3: Impact on Electric Power Systems and Stability (Part 1)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Gonzalo Aristoy (University of Republic Uruguay & UTE, Uruguay)
A Granular Monte Carlo Based Methodology to Estimate PV Generation Impacts on the Utility Long-Term Energy Planning
José Andrade and Ricardo Torquato (University of Campinas, Brazil); Walmir Freitas (University of Campinas)
Integration of Distributed Generation in Power Distribution Networks and its Structure as an Intelligent Generation System
Gustavo Perez Alvarez (Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brazil); Nelson Kagan (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
Analysis of the Sandia Frequency Shift (SFS) Islanding Detection Method with a Single-Phase Photovoltaic Distributed Generation System
Marcos Vinícios Gomes dos Reis (Campinas State University, Brazil); Tarcio André dos Santos Barros (Unicamp, Brazil); Adson Moreira and Paulo Sergio Nascimento, Filho (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil); E Ruppert (University of Campinas, Brazil); Marcelo Villalva (Campinas State University, Brazil)
Fault Ride Through Capability and Voltage Support in Distribution Grid With Photovoltaic Distributed Generation
Lenoardo H. M. Leite (Federal University of Minas Gerais & Fundação para Inovações Tecnológicas - FITec, Brazil); Wallace Boaventura (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil); Luciano de Errico (UFMG, Brazil); Eduardo Nohme Cardoso and Ruan Dutra (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil); Bruno Marciano Lopes (CEMIG, Brazil)
Evaluation of Distributed Generation Impacts on Distribution Networks under Different Penetration Scenarios
Gabriel Quiroga (Sinapsis Inovação em Energia, Brazil); Carlos Frederico Meschini Almeida (University of São Paulo - USP, Brazil); Henrique Kagan and Juan Amasifen (Sinapsis Inovação em Energia, Brazil); Elio Vicentini (AES Eletropaulo, Brazil)
Time Series Studies for Optimal Allocation of Electric Charging Stations in Urban Area
Marcelo Martins (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil); Fernanda Trindade (UNICAMP, Brazil)

PoMi3: Distributed Energy Resources - MICROGRIDS (Part 1)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Marcelo Brehm (UTE, Uruguay)
The Regulatory Challenge of Integrating Microgrids in the Brazilian Context
Tania Nalborczyk Leites (CERTI Foundation); Cesare Quinteiro Pica and Marcos Aurelio Izumida Martins (CERTI Foundation, Brazil); Nilo Rodrigues (Coelce, Brazil)
Microgrid for Remote Areas with Water Pumping, based on Wind-Diesel DER and Energy Storage
Marcelo Cendoya (Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Nacional de La Plata & Instituto LEICI, Argentina); Graciela Toccaceli (Instituto LEICI, Facultad de Ingeniería, UNLP, Argentina); Pedro Battaiotto (UNLP, Facultad de Ingeniería, Argentina); Roberto Vignoni (Instituto LEICI, Facultad de Ingeniería, UNLP, Argentina)
On Rural Microgrids Design - A Case Study in Brazil
Matheus F. Z. Souza (Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil)
An Adaptive Protection Algorithm for Distribution Systems with Distributed Generation
Jamile P Nascimento, Núbia Brito and Benemar Alencar de Souza (Federal University of Campina Grande, Brazil)

PoMS3: Energy and Distribution Management Systems

Room: Picasso
Chair: Alejandro Santos (UTE, Laboratory, Uruguay)
Quantifying Observability in State Estimation Considering Network Infrastructure Failures
Victor Meza and Xiomara Gomez (XM S.A. E.S.P, Colombia); Ernesto Perez (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia)
Energy management including photovoltaic panel and energy storage for smart grids through mobile application
Rodrigo Fagundes Eggea and Maurício Ferreira (Institutos Lactec, Brazil); Alexandre Aoki (Lactec, Brazil); Rodrigo Jardim Riella (Instituto de Tecnologia para o Desenvolvimento, Brazil)
A Reconfiguration Analysis Tool for Distribution Networks using Fast Decoupled Power Flow
Alexandre Fonseca (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil); Odilon Tortelli and Elizete Lourenço (UFPR, Brazil)

PoPM3: Power System Protection and Monitoring (Part 1)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Leonardo Trigo (UTE, Uruguay)
Description of the new RAS to be installed in the Power System of Uruguay
Nicolás Yedrzejewski (Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR & UTE, Uruguay); Diego Beledo (UTE Uruguay & UTE Uruguay, Uruguay); David Bonjour (Estudios Dinámicos de la Red, UTE, Uruguay); Fredy Sanchez (UTE, Uruguay)
Description of the simulator developed for the new RAS to be installed in the power system of Uruguay
Diego Beledo (UTE Uruguay & UTE Uruguay, Uruguay); Nicolás Yedrzejewski (Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR & UTE, Uruguay)
An Approach to Evaluate Modern Fault Location Methods for Power Distribution Systems
Paulo Cavalcante (University of Campinas, Brazil); Madson de Almeida (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil); J. Mora Flórez (Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira, Colombia)
Fuzzy-Based Orthogonal Decomposition Approach for Fault Diagnoses in Distribution Feeders of Smart Cities
Rogério Flauzino (EESC São Carlos - Escola de Engenharia de São Carlos, Brazil); Ivan Nunes da Silva (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil); Danilo Spatti (USP, Brazil)

PoQE3: Power Quality and Efficiency

Room: Picasso
Chair: Marcelo Brehm (UTE, Uruguay)
A New Low Complexity Mathematical Algorithm for Harmonic Analysis in Industrial Areas Networks of Smart Grids
Washington Fernández (Universidad del Bio Bio, Chile); José Mahomar (Universidad del Bio, Chile)
Power loss and voltage variation in distribution systems with optimal allocation of distributed generation
Oscar Becerra (UFRGS, Brazil); Roberto Chouhy Leborgne (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Daniel Gazzana and Cassio Bortolosso (UFRGS, Brazil)
System of Analysis and Management of Power Quality Indices in Distribution Networks
Guilherme de Azevedo e Melo (UNESP, Brazil); Rodrigo Oliveira (São Paulo State University, Brazil); Luis Carlos Origa De Oliveira (Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP, Brazil); Julio Borges (UNESP, Brazil); Carlos Alberto Canesin (São Paulo State University – UNESP, Brazil); Roberto Silva and Bernard Gouveia (Eletrobras Distribuição Alagoas, Brazil)
"Smartizing" Power Quality Assessment Based on IEC Smart Substation Automation
José Luiz Brittes (Unicamp, Brazil); Eduardo Nunes (UNICAMP, Brazil); José Antonio Jardini (Universidad de São Paulo, Brazil); Luiz Carlos Magrini (FDTE & UNIP, Brazil); Wagner Hokama (Companhia Paulista de Força e Luz, Brazil); Luiz Gonzaga Fernandez Silva (Companhia Paulista de Força e Luz)

PoRE3: Renewable Energy Integration and Storage (Part 1)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Jorge Fernandez Daher (IEEE IMS Chapter, Uruguay)
Hydrothermal Coordination Considering Wind and Pumping Storage Unit in the Colombian Smart Grid
María Victoria Ramírez and Antonio Escobar (Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira, Colombia); Alejandro Garces (Universidad Tecnologica de Pereira, Colombia)
Nonlinear Control of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Wind Generator
Roberto D. Fernández (Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco, Facultad de Ingeniería, Argentina); Fernando Valenciaga (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina); Ricardo Peña (CONICET & Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco, Argentina)
Estimation of Photovoltaic Potential on Residential Rooftops Using Empirical Bayesian Estimator
Joel Villavicencio (Unesp & Universitty, Brazil); Joel Melo (UNESP, Brazil); Antonio Padilha Feltrin (UNESP-IS, Brazil)
Development of a Model Output Statistic and implementation of an operational solar photo voltaic energy forecast model based in WRF
Claudio Porrini (Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad de la República, Uruguay); Alejandro Gutiérrez (UdelaR-FING, Uruguay); Gabriel Cazes Boezio (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay); Gonzalo Hermida (University of Engineering - UdelaR, Uruguay); Diego Oroño (Universidad de la República & Universidad de la República, Uruguay); Martin Puppo (UTE, Uruguay)
A proposal to increase renewable generation to obtain a smarter electricity mix
Gustavo Rosero and Roberto Chouhy Leborgne (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Cassio Bortolosso (UFRGS, Brazil)
Structuring of Systems for Monitoring and Supervision of Hydroelectric Plants as Intelligent Systems
Gustavo Perez Alvarez (Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brazil); Nelson Kagan (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil); José Antonio Jardini (Universidad de São Paulo, Brazil)
Analysis of relevant technical and economic aspects to support the choice of feasible locations for photovoltaic power plants in Brazil
Marilia Carlini Freire, Cesare Quinteiro Pica and Marcos Aurelio Izumida Martins (CERTI Foundation, Brazil); Alexandro Luiz da Silva (Eletrosul, Brazil)
Integration of Wind power plants into the colombian power system
M. Caro (UPME, Colombia); J. Fonseca, B. Jiménez, R. Rodriguez and H. Zapata (Upme, Colombia)

PoSB3: Demand Side Management; Smart Buildings and Home Automation

Room: Picasso
Chair: Celia Maria Sena (Ingeniería de Protecciones, UTE, Uruguay)
An implementation of a Home Energy Management platform for Smart Grid
Gonzalo Belcredi, Pablo Modernell, Nicolás Sosa, Leonardo Steinfeld and Fernando Silveira (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)
Management of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System for SHIM Platform
Filipe Fernandes (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal); Andre Carreiro (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal); Hugo Morais (Polytechnic Institute of Porto & GECAD, Portugal); Zita Vale (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal); Danilo Gastaldello and Haroldo L. M. do Amaral (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil); André Nunes de Souza (Universidade Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil)
Energy Demand Impact due to Mass Use of Electrical Vehicles and future Demand Side Management Strategies
W. Villamil (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia); C. Rojas (Universidad Nacional de Colombia – Bogotá, Colombia); S Téllez (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia); J. Rosero (Universidad Nacional de Colombia & UN, Colombia)

PoSP3: Smart Grid Projects, Tests, Experiences and Agenda

Room: Picasso
Chair: Alejandro Santos (UTE, Laboratory, Uruguay)
Smart Self-Healing Systems for Operation Centers
Fábio Antunes (Cemig Geração e Transmissão SA & Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil); Paulo M Silveira (Federal University of Itajuba - UNIFEI, Brazil); Paulo Ribeiro (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Low Cost Self-Healing Applied to Distribution Grid Supplying Brazilian Municipalities
Luis Antonio Felber (Companhia Energetica de Minas Gerais & Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil); Paulo Ribeiro (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands); Benedito D. Bonatto (UNIFEI - Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil); Antonio Souza (Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil); João Alves da Silva Neto (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil)
Geospatial Levelized Cost of Energy in Colombia: GeoLCOE
Diego Mejia-Giraldo, Alejandro Castillo-Ramirez and Julian D Giraldo Ocampo (University of Antioquia, Colombia)
A Pilot Project of Street Lighting Telemanagement in a Smart Grid Environment
Andre Langner (Institute of Technology for Development, Brazil); Luciano Cavalcante Siebert (LACTEC - Instituto de Tecnologia para o Desenvolvimento, Brazil); Alexandre Aoki and Eduardo Yamakawa (Lactec, Brazil); Rodrigo Jardim Riella (Instituto de Tecnologia para o Desenvolvimento, Brazil); Laerte da Rosa Jr (Lactec, Brazil); Danilo Ribera (Light SESA, Brazil)
Mapping of Energetic Potential in Southern Brazil to Insertion of DG in Distribution Systems
L. Santos (Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil); Luciane Canha (Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), Brazil); D. Bernardon and N. Knak Neto (Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil); R. Pressi (AES SUL, Power Utility, Brazil)

PoUA3: Utility Assets and Power Electronics Converters

Room: Picasso
Chair: Leonardo Trigo (UTE, Uruguay)
Design of model-based controllers applied to a solid-state low voltage dc breaker
Juan D. Valladolid (Universidad Politécnica Salesiana, Ecuador); Ismael Minchala (Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador); Mary J. Vergara (Universidad de los Andes, Venezuela)
Design and Implementation of a DC-DC Converter for Photovoltaic Applications
Oscar Ernesto Barrera Beltrán (Universidad Distrital FJDC, Colombia); César Leonardo Trujillo Rodríguez and Angie Alejandra Rojas Aldana (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia)
Improvement of Transmission Utilization and Efficiency Using New Generation of Power Routers
Mariano Anello (Docente Investigador, Argentina); Alberto Del Rosso (Facultad Regional Buenos Aires, Argentina); Ticiana Caruso and Joaquín Calero (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional Facultad Regional Buenos Aires (UTN FRBA), Argentina)
A SuperCapacitor Agent for Providing Real-Time Power Services to the Grid
Lorenzo Reyes-Chamorro (EPFL & DESL, Switzerland); Andrey Bernstein (EPFL, Switzerland); Mario Paolone (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland); Jean-Yves Le Boudec (EPFL, Switzerland)
Analysis and control of a non-Inverter Buck-Boost Power DC-DC Converter by State-Space Modeling and applied to PV Systems under MPPT Operation
Rafael Ribeiro de Carvalho Vaz (Federal University of Goiás, Brazil); Sergio P Pimentel (Federal University of Goias (UFG) & EMC, Brazil); Sérgio Araújo (UFG, Brazil)
Power Transformer Fault Diagnosis using DGA and Group Decision Making with Intuitionistic Fuzzy Preference Relations
Cesar H. R. Martins (University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil); M. A. Araujo Araujo (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Rogério Flauzino (EESC São Carlos - Escola de Engenharia de São Carlos, Brazil)
Ensaio de Conectores Tipo Perfurante para Conexão entre Transformador e Rede Secundária Multiplexada
Rodrigo Biancini (UFRGS, Brazil); Flávio Lemos (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Valner Brusamarello (UFRGS, Brazil)
Modeling and Control Strategy of a Single-Phase Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Dante Inga Narvaez (University of Campinas, Brazil); Marcelo Villalva (Campinas State University, Brazil)

Tuesday, October 6, 16:30 - 18:30

S4A: Impact on Power Systems & Stability (Part 2)

Room: Conference Room
Chair: Jay Giri (Alstom Grid, USA)
Optimal Placement of Voltage Sag Monitors in Smart Distribution Systems:Impact of the Dynamic Network Reconfiguration
Jairo Blanco-Solano and Johann Petit (Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia); Gabriel Ordóñez-Plata (Universidad Industrial de Santander & UIS, Colombia)
On the Integrated PV Hosting Capacity of MV and LV Distribution Networks
Andrea Ballanti and Luis Ochoa (The University of Manchester, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Analysis of the Impact of New Power Sources to Voltage Sags Using Zbus
Cassio Bortolosso (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul); Roberto Chouhy Leborgne (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
CPS1-compliant Economic Dispatch for a Single Balancing Authority System
Sebastian Carrasco and Hector Chavez (Universidad de Santiago, Chile)

S4B: Energy and Distribution Management System (Part 2)

Room: Gauguin
Chair: Osama Mohammed (Florida International University, USA)
A Power Management System for Planned & Unplanned Grid Electricity Outages
Ali Hooshmand (NEC Laboratories America, USA); Babak Asghari (NEC Labs America, USA); Ratnesh Sharma (NEC Laboratories America Inc, USA)
Economic Operation of Distribution Networks with Distributed Generation and Quality of Service
Enrique Briglia and Sebastián Alaggia (UTE, Uruguay); Fernando Paganini (Universidad ORT Uruguay, Uruguay)
Assessment of Conservation Voltage Reduction Effects in Networks with Distributed Generators
Darwin Quijano (Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP, Brazil); Antonio Padilha Feltrin (UNESP-IS, Brazil)
Estimação de Estados Generalizada via Método Desacoplado Rápido
Ellen Nogueira and Monica Abido (Universidade Federal do Parana, Brazil); Elizete Lourenço and Odilon Tortelli (UFPR, Brazil)

S4C: Computational Methods and Optimization Techniques

Room: Cezanne
Chair: Mario Vignolo (Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR, Uruguay)
Computational model for the analysis of distributed generation in systems including smart grids
Camilo Sepúlveda (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Mariana Resener (Companhia Estadual de Distribuição de Energia Elétrica & Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Sérgio Haffner (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Luís Pereira (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
Automatic Restoration of Active Distribution Networks Based on Tabu Search Specialized Algorithm
Renzo Vargas (UNESP, Brazil); Waldemar Pereira Mathias Neto (COPEL, Brazil); Luis Gustavo Silva (Instituto Federal de Goias, Campus Itumbiara, Brazil); José R S Mantovani (UNESP, Brazil)
Predicting Weather-Associated Impacts in Outage Management Utilizing the GIS Framework
Po-Chen Chen, Tatjana Dokic, Nicholas Stokes, Daniel Goldberg and Mladen Kezunovic (Texas A&M University, USA)
Use of Computational System for Analysis of Power Quality in Smart Grid
Edison Motoki (UNIFEI, Brazil); Filipe Perez, Homero Ribeiro and Paulo Vitor de Souza (Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil); José Maria de Carvalho Filho (UNIFEI – Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil); Paulo Ribeiro (Unifei, Brazil)

S4D: Smart Grids Projects and Experiences

Room: Renoir D
Chair: Renato Cespedes (Rconsulting Group, Brazil)
Active power loss minimization in the santa cruz and baltra hybrid energy system using particle swarm optimization
Augusto F. Porras-Ortiz (Universidad Nacional de San Juan & UNSJ-CONICET, Argentina); Jonathan Layedra (National Polytechnic School, Ecuador); Hugo Arcos (Escuela Politécnica Nacional Quito Ecuador, Ecuador)
Smart Area Aachen - In Field Test of Meter Placement and State Estimation Algorithms for Distribution Grids
David Echternacht (SAG GmbH & Institut für Elektrische Anlagen und Energiewirtschaft (IAEW), Germany); Muriel Franken (RWTH Aachen University, Germany); Uwe Geulen (Stadtwerke Aachen Aktiengesellschaft, Germany); Werner Feilhauer and Werner Schrieder (PSI AG, Germany); Peter Zimmer (STAWAG, Germany); Albert Moser (IAEW, Germany)
Smart Management of Transmission Network in UTE
Julián Malcón, Gabriel Sardi, Elías Carnelli and Ricardo Franco (Usinas y Trasmisiones Eléctricas del Estado - UTE)
A Statistical Analysis of EV Charging Behavior in the UK
Jairo Quirós-Tortós (University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica); Luis Ochoa (The University of Manchester, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Becky Lees (EA Technology Limited, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Future Grid Business Model Innovation: A Prosumer-Based Cost-Benefit Framework for Valuation of Distributed Energy Resources
Marcelo Sandoval (Georgia Institute of Technology & ProsumerGrid, USA)

Tuesday, October 6, 18:30 - 19:30

WIP YP: Women in Power - Young Professionals joint Panel

Room: Conference Room

Wanda Reder, Chief Strategy Officer, S&C Electric, USALuis Ochoa, The University of Manchester, UK Cesar Briozzo, Vice-President of UTE, Uruguay

Wednesday, October 7

Wednesday, October 7, 09:00 - 11:00

S5A: Distributed Energy - Microgrids (Part 1)

Room: Conference Room
Chair: E Martinez Cesena (The University of Manchester, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Load Modelling Using Affine Arithmetic for Demand Side Management
Fernanda Avila (Universidad de Chile, Chile); Claudio Canizares (University of Waterloo, Canada); Doris Saez (University of Chile, Chile); Felipe Valencia Arroyave (Solar Energy Research Center, SERC-Chile & University of Chile, Chile)
A Methodology to Determine the Firm Capacity of Distributed Generation Units
Rodrigo Fiorotti and Jussara Fardin (Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil); Lucas Encarnação (Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil); Clainer Bravin Donadel (Federal Institute of Espírito Santo, Brazil)
A Service-based Approach Toward Management of Grid-tied Microgrids
Babak Asghari (NEC Labs America, USA); Ali Hooshmand (NEC Laboratories America, USA); Ratnesh Sharma (NEC Laboratories America Inc, USA)
A Proposal for Microgrids Control Architecture as Aggregator
Alonso Chica (Universidad Autónoma de Colombia y Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas); César Leonardo Trujillo Rodríguez and Francisco Santamaria (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia)
Interleaved Boost Converter for Multi-String Photovoltaic Topologies
Daniel Apablaza and Javier Munoz (Universidad de Talca, Chile)

S5B: System Protection and Monitoring (Part 1)

Room: Gauguin
Chair: Ruben Chaer (Institute of Electrical Engineering - University of the Republic Oriental del Uruguay, Uruguay)
Real-Time Experimental Analysis for Protection and Control of Smart Substations
Mehmet Cintuglu (ABB Inc & Research Scientist, USA); Ricardo de Azevedo, Tan Ma and Osama Mohammed (Florida International University, USA)
Fast System for Analysis of Protection Events
Igor Brandão Machado Matsuo (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); José Antonio Jardini (Universidad de São Paulo, Brazil); Wagner Hokama (Companhia Paulista de Força e Luz, Brazil); Luiz Carlos Magrini (FDTE & UNIP, Brazil); Ferdinando Crispino (ITAEE, Brazil); Paula Kayano (Foundation for the Technological Development of Engineering, Brazil)
Online prediction of power system trajectories from noisy data by penalized least-squares minimization
Juan Andrés Bazerque (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay); Pablo Monzón (Universidad de la República, Uruguay); Pablo Pena (Universidad de la República & UTE, Uruguay); Alvaro Giusto (UDELAR, Uruguay)
Modal Parameter Estimation using Synchrophasors
Agustin Fraschini (Universidad de la Republica Oriental del Uruguay, Facultad de Ingeniería, Uruguay); Celia Sena (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)
Synchronization of Phasor Measurement Units and its Error Propagation to State Estimators
Juan Andrés Bazerque (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay); Ulises Ribeiro and Jorge Costa (UTE, Uruguay)

S5C: Demand Management and Response

Room: Cezanne
Chair: Antonio Padilha Feltrin (UNESP-IS, Brazil)
Managing load deferability to provide power regulation
Federico Bliman, Andres Ferragut and Fernando Paganini (Universidad ORT Uruguay, Uruguay)
A Low Cost Smart Metering Infrastructure with Centralized Demand Response Management
Federico Aguirre, Fernando Magnago and Juan Alemany (National University of Rio Cuarto, Argentina)
An optimization framework to assess TOU tariffs
Wadaed Uturbey (Federal University of Minas Gerais & UFMG, Brazil); Thaís Fátima Araújo and Aurelio Duarte (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil); Irving Coura (Federal University of MInas Gerais, Brazil)
Evaluación Óptima de Inversiones en Almacenadores de Energía Eléctrica en Redes de Distribución
Mauricio Samper (CONICET, Argentina); Alberto Vargas (Universidad Nacional de San Juan, Argentina)
Energy Conservation in Smart Grid
Marcio V. P. Alcantara (ANEEL - Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency, Brazil); Luiz da Silva (UNICAMP, Brazil)

S5D: Renewable Energy Integration and Storage

Room: Renoir D
Chair: Fernando Paganini (Universidad ORT Uruguay, Uruguay)
Modeling and Grid Connection of a Solid Oxid Fuel Cell (SOFC) based on P-Q Theory for Stationary Loads
Matheus B. O. Silva and Jussara Fardin (Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil); Lucas Encarnação (Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil); Rodrigo Fiorotti (Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil)
Active and Reactive Power Control Capability in Wind Generation based on BDFIG machine
Pablo Emiliano Troncoso (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina); Pedro Battaiotto (UNLP, Facultad de Ingeniería, Argentina); Ricardo J Mantz (UNLP, Facultad de Ingeniería & CICPBA, Argentina)
SyncFueL - Concept of remotely synchronized Own-Consumption for charging Electric Vehicles
Jonas Maasmann, Jan Rettberg, Jens Schmutzler, Sven Gröning and Christian Rehtanz (TU Dortmund University, Germany); Christian Wietfeld (TU Dortmund University & Communication Networks Institute, Germany)
An analysis on the inclusion of photovoltaic in Brazil: technical and economic aspects
T. Nogueira (Fundação de Ensino e Pesquisa de Itajubá & CERIn - Centro de Excelência em Redes Elétricas Inteligentes, Brazil); Paulo Ribeiro (Unifei, Brazil)
An Estimation Method of State of Charge and Lifetime for Lead-Acid Batteries in Smart Grid Scenario
John Barco Jiménez, Leao Rodríguez, Danny Montenegro and Javier Revelo Fuelagán (Universidad de Nariño, Colombia)

Wednesday, October 7, 11:30 - 13:00

PA6A: Demand Management and Response (Ruben Chaer)

Chair: Ruben Chaer
Room: Conference Room

Projects, Experiences and Problems related to an Inteligent Management of the Demand and the Reaction of the Users - Carlos Dodero, ENEL "Visión de ENEL en las Smart Grids"- Fernan Izquierdo (Silver Springs, US) "Demand Management - Silver spring Networkd vision"- Lenny Medeiros, (ABRADEE, Brasil) "Percepción del consumidor Brasileño sobre la implementación de redes inteligentes y estrategia de comunicación"- Carlos Froes, (KNBS Telecomunicacoes , BR) "Smart Grid implementation focusing on consumer behavior and markets"

PA6B: Smart Grids Projects and Experiences (Mario Vignolo)

Chair: Mario Vignolo
Room: Renoir D

World-wide examples of successful projects in the application of Smart Grids- Valentina Corti (POYRY, IT) "The Smart Polygeneration Microgrid project at Savona Campus"- Oscar Miranda Miranda (CTO, Huawei Enterprise Group Latinoamerica, MEX) "Construyendo una Red Eléctrica más inteligente y mejor conectada"- Gary (ENEL, IT) "Overall Architecture and Central System for advanced network management"- Rodrigo Jardim (Institutos LACTEC, BR) "Smart Grid Pilot projects in Brasil" - Maria Sebastian-Viana (EDF, FR) "A Smart Grid demonstrator the DRES integration on the MV distribution networks" Martin Zeballos (CSI Ingenieros, Uruguay) "OFF-GRID clean energy system at Cerros de Vera"

Wednesday, October 7, 14:15 - 15:00

KEYN3: Making our Distribution Smarter and Low Carbon: A UK Perspective (Luis Ochoa)

Dr. Luis (Nando) Ochoa, Univ. Manchester

This keynote address will introduce the potential impacts of high penetrations of low carbon technologies on distribution networks as well as future solutions that might allow deferring the need of traditional reinforcements. Different smart grid projects carried out in the UK will be discussed so as to provide insights on medium and low voltage networks as well as the trialled technologies.

Wednesday, October 7, 15:00 - 18:30

PoCM7: Computational Methods and Optimization Techniques (Part 2)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Pablo Pena (Universidad de la República & UTE, Uruguay)
Multiobjective Scheduling of Green-Powered Datacenters Considering QoS and Budget Objectives
Santiago Iturriaga and Sergio Nesmachnow (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)
An efficient approach to solve the combination between Battery Swap Station Location and CVRP by using the MTZ formulation
Andrés Arias, Juan Sánchez, Ricardo Hincapie, Mauricio Granada and Luis Martínez (Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira, Colombia)
Advanced Analytics for Non Technical Losses of Energy
Gladys Quintero Rojas (Research at MVM Ingeniería de Software, Colombia); Ricardo Alonso Gallego (Colombia & MVM Ingenieria de Software, Colombia)
Assessing the Statistical Consistency of the AMB State Estimator in Distribution Systems
Madson de Almeida (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil); Rafael Schincariol (University of Campinas, Brazil); Luis Ochoa (The University of Manchester, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

PoDR7: Demand Management; Demand Response

Room: Picasso
Chair: Diego Sebastian Astessiano Dickson (UTE, Uruguay)
Residential Electric Load Curve Profile Based on Fuzzy Systems
Thays Abreu and Mara Lopes (Unesp, Brazil); Uiliam Nelson Alves (UNESP - Univ Estadual Paulista & Laboratório de Pesquisa em Controle (LPC), Brazil); Carlos Minussi (Univ Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil); Anna Diva Lotufo (UNESP IS, Brazil)
Optimal Demand Response based on time-correlated utility in forward power markets
Sebastián Montes de Oca (Universidad de la República del Uruguay, Uruguay); Pablo Belzarena (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay); Pablo Monzón (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)
Learning with smart grids: an implementation proposal for Uruguay
Andrés Aguirre (University of the Republic); Martín Giachino (University of the Republic, Uruguay); Alejandro Gutiérrez and Gabriel Cazes Boezio (University of the Republic)
Definition of Distinct Consumer Modelling Approaches for the Participation in Demand Response Programs Considering Distributed Generation
Fabio Pereira and Pedro Faria (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal); Zita Vale (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal)
Electricity Demand Modeling for Rural Residential Housing: A Case Study in Colombia
Wilson Achicanoy and John Barco Jiménez (Universidad de Nariño, Colombia)
Simulation of a Decentralized Optimal Demand Response Algoritm
Aldo Rondoni and Marcelo P Rey (UTE, Uruguay); Alvaro Giusto (UDELAR, Uruguay)

PoIC7: Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Juan Andrés Bazerque (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay)
Simulation of a Distributed Generator with Wireless Communication using TrueTime and PLECS
Jefferson Dias (Univ Estadual Paulista - UNESP, Brazil); Eduardo Liberado (University of Campinas, Brazil); Paulo Serni (UNESP / Sorocaba, Brazil); Fernando P Marafão (Unesp - Univ Estadual Paulista, Brazil); Eduardo P Godoy (UNESP - São Paulo State University & UNESP Sorocaba, Brazil)
OFDM Óptimo para smart grid
Washington Fernández (Universidad del Bio Bio, Chile); José Mahomar (Universidad del Bio, Chile)
Proposal DNP3 Protocol Simulation on NS-2 in IEEE 802.11g Wireless Network Ad Hoc Over TCP/IP in Smart Grid Applications
Alcides Ortega (UNESP-Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil); Ailton Shinoda Akira (Unesp, Brazil); Christiane Marie Schweitzer (UNESP-Univ Estadual Paulista, Brazil); Fabrizio Granelli (University of Trento, Italy); Aleciana Ortega (UNESP-Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil); Fabiola Bonvecchio (University of Leoben, Austria)
Medium Voltage Overhead Power-line as a Smart Distribution Grid for Onshore Oil & Gas Industries Automation and Broadband Data Transport
Leonardo Castor (Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil); Jair Adriano Lima Silva (Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil); Marcelo Segatto (Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil)

PoIM7: Power System Instrumentation and Measurements

Room: Picasso
Chair: Elías Carnelli (Assistant Manager & UTE, Uruguay)
Link Quality Estimation for AMI
Cledson O. Sousa, Guilherme e Souza and Ricardo C Carrano (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil); Celio Albuquerque (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil); Igor Monteiro Moraes (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil); Luis Fernando do Nascimento Passos (Neo Domino Pesquisa em Sistemas Elétricos Ltda., Brazil); Rafael Homma (Celesc Distribuição S.A., Brazil); Arlan Bettiol (Avero Domino, Brazil); Antonio Carniato (Neo Domino, Brazil); Fernando Molina (Celesc Distribuição S.A., Brazil); Rodrigo Andrade (Celesc, Brazil)
Image Processing as an Integration Tool between a Dam Safety System and Smart Grids
Alex de Oliveira (FDTE, Brazil); Luiz Carlos Magrini (FDTE & UNIP, Brazil); Hae Yong Kim (Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil); Edvaldo Carneiro and Júlio Pínfari (CESP, Brazil)
Development of a Real-time Web Based Power Quality and Consumption Smart Meter
Ronimar Espindula Volkers (Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil); Lucas Encarnação (Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil); Anselmo Frizera (Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil)
Behavior of current transformers under distorted waveforms
Gonzalo Aristoy (University of Republic Uruguay & UTE, Uruguay); Alejandro Santos (UTE, Laboratory, Uruguay); Leonardo Trigo, Marcelo Brehm and Daniel Slomovitz (UTE, Uruguay)
A Power Standard System for Calibration of Power Analyzers
Daniel Slomovitz and Leonardo Trigo (UTE, Uruguay)

PoIS7: Impact on Electric Power Systems and Stability (Part 2)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Maria Cristina Alvarez (IEEE PES Chapter, Uruguay)
Voltage Collapse Analysis in a Graph Theoretical Framework
Claudia Catalina Caro-Ruiz (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia); Eduardo Mojica-Nava (National University of Colombia, Colombia)
An IEEE Xplore database literature review regarding the interaction between electric vehicles and power grids
Andrés Arias, Mauricio Granada, Ricardo Hincapie, Juan Sánchez and Luis Martínez (Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira, Colombia)
A Model-Free Voltage Stability Security Assessment Method Using Artificial Intelligence
Mario Roberto Bastos (CTEEP, Brazil)

PoMi7: Distributed Energy Resources - MICROGRIDS (Part 2)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Ricardo Franco (Mantenimiento y Obras de Protecc UTE, Uruguay)
Operation of a Microgrid with Optimal Power Assignment at the Generation Nodes
Ariel Loyarte and Luis Clementi (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Argentina); Jorge R Vega (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional & Facultad Regional Santa Fe, Argentina)
Two-stage Stochastic Day-ahead Optimal Resource Scheduling in a Distribution Network with Intensive Use of Distributed Energy Resources
Tiago Sousa (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal); Mohammad Ali Fotouhi Ghazvini (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal); Hugo Morais (Polytechnic Institute of Porto & GECAD, Portugal); Rui Castro (IST - University of Lisbon & INESC-ID, Portugal); Zita Vale (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal)
Model and Simulation of a Microgrid Based on a Traditional Electrical Infrastructure
Michael Melo, Wendy Pantoja and Andres Pantoja (Universidad de Nariño, Colombia)
Impact of appliances harmonic content in microgrid environments
Yuri Rodrigues (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil); Wilson Eberle (University of British Columbia Okanagan, Canada); Malcolm Metcalfe (Enbala Power Networks, Canada); Antonio Souza (Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil)
Proposition of Alternatives for Microgrid Insertion in Brazilian's Regulatory Context
Tania Nalborczyk Leites (CERTI Foundation & Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil); Cesare Quinteiro Pica and Marcos Aurelio Izumida Martins (CERTI Foundation, Brazil)

PoPM7: Power System Protection and Monitoring (Part 2)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Enrique Briglia (UTE, Uruguay)
Power network state estimation algorithms and their use with synchrophasors
Gonzalo Aristoy (University of Republic Uruguay & UTE, Uruguay); Sebastian Isaurralde (Facultad de Ingeniería de la Universidad de la República & UTE, Uruguay); Emilio Font (Facultad de Ingeniería de la Universidad de la República, Uruguay); Alvaro Giusto (UDELAR, Uruguay)
Use of Genetic Algorithm for Evaluation and Control of Technical Problems due to Load Shedding in Power Systems
Guilherme Borges (Daimon Engenharia e Sistemas & University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Fabio Romero (Daimon Engineering and Systems, Brazil); Leonardo Henrique Tomassetti Ferreira Neto (University of Sao Paulo & Daimon Engenharia e Sistemas, Brazil); João Castilho Neto (Universidade Estadual Paulista - Faculdade de Engenharia de Ilha Solteira, Brazil); Andre Meffe and Alden Antunes (Daimon Engineering and Systems, Brazil); Leonardo de Moura and Albérico A. P. da Silva Junior (Companhia Energética de Pernambuco, Brazil)
Desenvolvimento de um Relé Digital no LabVIEW para a Detecção de Ilhamento de Geradores Distribuídos
Nolman B. Hartmann and Ricardo Caneloi dos Santos (Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil); Thales Sousa (University Federal of ABC, Brazil)

PoRE7: Renewable Energy Integration and Storage (Part 2)

Room: Picasso
Chair: Jorge Fernandez Daher (IEEE IMS Chapter, Uruguay)
Evaluation of Photovoltaic Generation Systems for Residential Users in Santa Fe (Argentina)
Emmanuel Sangoi and Ulises Manassero (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Argentina); Jorge R Vega (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional & Facultad Regional Santa Fe, Argentina)
Feasibility studies for the instalation of wind microgeneration in urban areas in Montevideo
Mario Vignolo (Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR, Uruguay); Lucas Narbondo (Facultad de Ingeniería Udelar, Uruguay); José Cataldo (Engineering Faculty UdelaR, Uruguay); Federico González (Facultad de Ingeniería Udelar, Uruguay)
Storage system scheduling effects on the life of lead-acid batteries
Iván Serna-Suárez (Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia); Gabriel Ordóñez-Plata (Universidad Industrial de Santander & UIS, Colombia); Johann Petit (Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia); Gilberto Carrillo Caicedo (Universidad de Santander, Colombia)
Performance of a flap-type wave energy converter on the Uruguayan Atlantic coast
Rodrigo Alonso (Universidad de la República, Uruguay); Sebastián Solari (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay); Santiago Correa and Agustín Lopez de Lacalle (Universidad de la República, Uruguay); Francisco Pedocchi and Luis Teixeira (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay)
Application of Energy Storage Element on a PV System in the Smart Grid Context
Filipe Perez, Júlio Custódio, Homero Ribeiro and Paulo Vitor de Souza (Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil); Edison Motoki (UNIFEI, Brazil); Paulo Ribeiro (Unifei, Brazil)
Comparison between the energy generated from three types of c-Si photovoltaic modules and the temperature and irradiance of the city of Pasto, Colombia
Francisco Javier Eraso Checa and Edisson Escobar Rosero (Institucion Universitaria CESMAG, Colombia); Olger Ferledy Erazo De La Cruz (Institucion Universitaria CESMAG)
Diseño y montaje de un Parking Solar en el Centro de Capacitacion Norte de U.T.E
Diego Sebastian Astessiano Dickson (UTE, Uruguay)

PoSI7: Smart Grids Interoperability

Room: Picasso
Chair: Juan Pablo Kosut (UTE, Uruguay)
AEA 92559 - 1: Towards an Argentinean Smart Grid Vision
Juan C Tripaldi (Asociación Electrotécnica Argentina & Edenor S.A., Argentina); Daniel Moreno (Asociación Electrotécnica Argentina & Edenor S.A.)
Proposal of a New Protocol for Smart Metering
Amanda Canestraro and Andreia Barbiero (Institutos LACTEC, Brazil); Giordano Bruno Wolaniuk (Institutos LACTEC); Luciana Iantorno (Institutos LACTEC, Brazil); Rodrigo Jardim Riella (Institutos LACTEC); Danilo Ribera (Light SESA, Brazil)
Parameterization of IPsec Framework for Security in the Smart Grid Interoperability
Victor Neumann (UFPR & Programa de Pós Graduação em Engenharia Elétrica, Brazil); Christian Lyra (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil); Keiko Fonseca (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná (UTFPR), Brazil); Clodomiro Unsihuay-Vila (Federal University of Paraná, Brazil); Pedro Rodrigues Torres Jr. (UFPR, Brazil)

PoSM7: Smart Grids and Electricity Markets

Room: Picasso
Chair: Juan Pablo Kosut (UTE, Uruguay)
Economical viability assessment of a Wind Farm trading in the Spot Market
Claudia R. Cabrera Ottaviani (Advisor, Dpt. Electrical Energy, DNE-MIEM, Uruguay); Virginia Echinope (Director, Electrical Energy Dpt., DNE, MIEM, Uruguay); Andrés Osta (Advisor, Electrical Energy Dpt., DNE-MIEM, Uruguay); Ramón Méndez Galain (Engineering University (UdelaR), Uruguay)
Electricity Price Forecasting Using a Fuzzy System Tuned with a Differential Evolution Algorithm
Ivan Riaño and Oscar Perdomo (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia)
Performance Simulation of the Stabilization Fund of Electric Power in Uruguay with and without smart grid controlled responsive demand
Maria Cristina Alvarez (IEEE PES Chapter, Uruguay); Lorena Di Chiara and Pablo Soubes (ADME, Uruguay); Ruben Chaer (Institute of Electrical Engineering - University of the Republic Oriental del Uruguay, Uruguay)

Wednesday, October 7, 16:30 - 18:30

S8A: Distributed Energy - Microgrids (Part 2)

Room: Conference Room
Chair: Daniel Izquierdo (UTE Laboratory, Uruguay)
Simulation and Control of Consumption and Generation of Hardware Resources in Microgrid Real-Time Digital Simulator
Omid Abrishambaf (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal); Luis Gomes (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal); Pedro Faria (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal); Zita Vale (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal)
Multi-Objective Optimal Power Management in Microgrids: A Comparative Study
Dany Mauricio Lopez and Eduardo Caicedo (Universidad del Valle, Colombia)
Optimal Allocation of Photovoltaic Plants in Electric Power Distribution Networks
Osvaldo R Saavedra (Federal University of Maranhao & IEE, Brazil)
MBPC Power Control in Three-phase Inverters for Grid-connected Applications
David Caballero, Federico Gavilán, Raúl Gregor, Jorge Rodas and Sergio Toledo (Universidad Nacional de Asunción, Paraguay); José Rodríguez-Piñeiro (University of A Coruña, Spain)

S8B: System Protection and Monitoring (Part 2)

Room: Gauguin
Chair: Alvaro Giusto (UDELAR, Uruguay)
Multi-Objective Planning of Recloser-Based Protection Systems on DG Enhanced Feeders
Miguel A. Velásquez and Nicanor Quijano (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia); Angela Cadena (Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia)
A Risk-Based Methodology for Defining the Time of Intentional Controlled Islanding
Pablo Fernández-Porras (University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica); Mathaios Panteli (The University of Manchester, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Jairo Quirós-Tortós (University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica)
SOGI-FLL for synchronization and fault detection in an inverter connected to the grid
David Gamez Patiño and Edison Geovanny Guamá Erira (Universidad de Nariño, Colombia); Edisson Escobar Rosero (Institucion Universitaria CESMAG, Colombia); Javier Revelo Fuelagán (Universidad de Nariño, Colombia)
Solução Prática para Monitoramento Remoto de Tensão Baseada em Redes Neurais Artificiais
Ricardo Caneloi dos Santos (Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil); Alex da Silva (UFABC, Brazil); Fernando B. Bottura and Mário Oleskovicz (Universidad de São Paulo, Brazil); Nolman B. Hartmann (Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil)

S8C: Demand Side Management, Smart Buildings, Home Automation

Room: Cezanne
Chair: Virginia Echinope (Universidad de la República & Facultad de Ingeniería - Uruguay, Uruguay)
Load Management Applied to Intelligent Automation of Refrigerators
Lucca Zamboni and Thiago Lemme Lafalce (EDP-Bandeirante, Brazil); Moraes (UNIFEI, Brazil); Germano Lambert-Torres (PS Soluções, Brazil); Fernando Moana and Jônatas Duarte Lima (Enerfocus Energy Efficiency, Brazil)
Smart Grid Services Provided by Building Energy Management Systems
Birger Becker (FZI Research Center for Information Technology, Germany); Sebastian Hubschneider and Ingo Mauser (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany); Hartmut Schmeck (FZI Research Center for Information Technology, Germany); Thomas Leibfried (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
Building Integrated Photovoltaics for Smart Grids
Alexandre Fonseca (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil); Andre Langner (Institute of Technology for Development, Brazil); Henry Salamanca, Luciano Cavalcante Siebert and Fabiano Ferronato (LACTEC - Instituto de Tecnologia para o Desenvolvimento, Brazil); Alexandre Aoki (Lactec, Brazil); Priscila Alves (UNICAMP, Brazil); Rodrigo Jardim Riella (Instituto de Tecnologia para o Desenvolvimento, Brazil)
Towards a Smart City: Design of a Domestic Smart Grid
Manuel Ortiz-Rangel, Luis Rueda-Vasquez, Cesar Duarte-Gualdron and Johann Petit (Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia); Gabriel Ordóñez-Plata (Universidad Industrial de Santander & UIS, Colombia)
Economic Energy Management of a Microgrid Including Electric Vehicles
Paulo Mendes (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil); Julio Normey-Rico (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, UFSC, Brazil); Carlos Bordons (University of Seville, Spain)

S8D: Power Quality - Instrumentation and Measurement

Room: Renoir D
Chair: Pablo Thomasset Trakalo (IEEE Uruguay, Uruguay)
An Ex-post Energy Rate Mechanism for Distribution Networks based on Real Time Metering
Hector Chavez (Universidad de Santiago, Chile)
Assessment of energy efficiency indicators on a residential building with plug-in electric vehicles and energy action plans for users
Andres D. Quevedo (Universidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas, Colombia); Edwin G. Suarez, Sandra M. Arias and Francisco Santamaria (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia); Jorge A. Alarcon (Universidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas, Colombia)
Abnormal consumption analysis for fraud detection: UTE-UdelaR joint efforts
Juan Pablo Kosut and Fernando Santomauro (UTE, Uruguay); Alicia Fernández (Universidad de la República & University, Uruguay); Federico Lecumberry (Universidad de la República & Facultad de Ingeniería, Uruguay)
Development of a Digital Optical Instrument Transformer with Process Bus Interface According to IEC 61850-9-2 Standard
Gilberto Igarashi (Escola Politécnica - Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil); Josemir Coelho Santos (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Shigueru Nagao Junior (University of Sao Paulo & Escola Politecnica, Brazil); Eduardo Pellini (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)