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Lahore University of Management Sciences CS 664 Software Engineering for Smart Grids

Spring 2012-2013

Instructor Room No. Office Hours Email Telephone Secretary/TA TA Office Hours Course URL (if any)

Naveed Arshad SBASSE 9-124A Will be announced at the start of semester 042-35608190 (from inside campus dial 8190) Will be announced at the start of semester Will be announced at the start of semester Will be announced at the start of semester

Course Basics Credit Hours Lecture(s) Recitation/Lab (per week) Tutorial (per week) Course Distribution Core Elective Open for Student Category Close for Student Category

Nbr of Lec(s) Per Week Nbr of Lec(s) Per Week Nbr of Lec(s) Per Week

28 -

Duration Duration Duration

75 mins -

No No Any student who has completed the pre-requisite course Freshmen

COURSE DESCRIPTION This seminar course focuses on the issues and applications of software technology to support the modernization of our electrical infrastructure commonly known as the smart grid. Participants will read selected papers on software for the smart grid to become familiar with the issues, and will carry out a project related to the course. The project could be an evaluation of an existing technology or the development of new software to support the smart grid. We will also try to visit some of the companies who are working in the field of renewable energy and smart grids in the vicinity of Lahore. COURSE PREREQUISITE(S) CS 360 - Software Engineering (undergraduates) or Graduate Standing or Instructors Consent COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. 2. 3. Understand the issues and problems in smart grid. Have an understanding of software engineering issues of smart grids. Be able to solve a problem of smart grid using an innovative technique(s).

Learning Outcomes

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Grading Breakup and Policy Project (s) and Research Paper: 50% Presentation(s) and Assignment(s): 20% Daily Reading Quiz: 20% Tool Demonstration: 10%

Examination Detail Midterm Exam

No Exam

Final Exam

No Exam

COURSE OVERVIEW (TENTATIVE) Week/ Lecture/ Topics Module 1 Overview of the Smart Grid 2 Architecture 3 Microgrids 4 Microgrids (contd) 5 Open Source Systems 6 Modeling and simulation 7 Load Monitoring 8 Smart Homes 9 Smart Homes (contd) 10 Visualization 11 Security and Privacy 12 Smart Grid Maturity Model 13 Open slot 14 Project Demos

Recommended Readings

Objectives/ Application

Textbook(s)/Supplementary Readings The following is a tentative list of papers that we will be following throughout the semester. Not all papers from this list will be used. New papers may be added to this list. We will try to cover 2-3 papers in each session. Anvaari, M., D. S. Cruzes, and R. Conradi (2012, January). Smart Grid software applications as an ultra-large-scale system: Challenges for evolution. 2012 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT), 1-6. Bankier, C. J. (2010). GridIQ A Test Bed for Smart Grid Agents By. Development (September), 70. Barbera, R., G. Donvito, A. Falzone, G. La Rocca, L. Milanesi, G. P. Maggi, and S. Vicario (2009). The GENIUS Grid Portal and robot certificates: a new tool for e-Science. BMC Bioinformatics 10 (Suppl 6), S21. Baumeister, T. (2010). Literature Review on Smart Grid Cyber Security. (December). Beenken, P., S. Rohjans, M. Specht, and M. Uslar (2010). Towards a standard compliant Smart Grid through Semantic Web Technologies concerning interoperability , security and SOA. PowerGrid Europe.

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Belkacemi, R., A. Feliachi, M. A. Choudhry, and J. E. Saymansky (2011). Multi-Agent systems hardware development and deployment for smart grid control applications. In Power and Energy Society General Meeting 2011 IEEE, pp. 1-8. Bou Ghosn, S., P. Ranganathan, S. Salem, J. Tang, D. Loegering, and K. E. Nygard (2010b, October). Agent-Oriented Designs for a Self Healing Smart Grid. 2010 First IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications, 461-466. Brewer, R. and P. Johnson (2010, October). WattDepot: An open source software ecosystem for enterprise-scale energy data collection, storage, analysis, and visualization. First International Conference on Smart Grid Communications, 91-95. Carreira, P., V. Amaral, and B. Barroca (2011). The case for a systematic development of Building Automation Systems. Cerf, V. G. (2011). Open Source, Smart Grid, and Mobile Apps. Internet Computing IEEE 15 (1), 96. 1 Chopade, P., K. M. Flurchick, M. Bikdash, and I. Kateeb (2012, March). Modeling and visualization of Smart Power Grid: Real time contingency and security aspects. 2012 Proceedings of IEEE Southeastcon, 1-6. Clements, S. and H. Kirkham (2010). Cybersecurity considerations for the smart grid. IEEE PES General Meeting , 1-5. Cohen, D. A. and C. E. O. Infotility (2008). GridAgents TM : Intelligent Agent Applications for Integration of Distributed Energy Resources within Distribution Systems. pp. 1-5. Dam, Q. B., L. Gleason, and V. McMullin (2011). Using agility to build robust, real-time platforms for smart grid software services. In Power Systems Conference and Exposition PSCE 2011 IEEEPES, pp. 1-5. IEEE. Depuru, S. S. S. R., L. Wang, and V. Devabhaktuni (2011). Smart meters for power grid: Challenges, issues, advantages and status. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15 (6), 2736-2742. Dugan, R. C. and T. E. McDermott (2011). An open source platform for collaborating on smart grid research. In Power and Energy Society General Meeting 2011 IEEE, Number Ivvc, pp. 1-7. IEEE. Dugan, R. C. and T. E. Mcdermott (2011). An Open Source Platform for Collaborating on Smart Grid. Erol-Kantarci, M. and H. T. Mouftah (2011). Wireless multimedia sensor and actor networks for the next generation power grid. Ad Hoc Networks 9 (4), 542-551. Espinoza, A., M. Ortega, C. Fernandez, J. Garbajosa, and A. Alvarez (2011, July). Software-intensive systems interoperability in Smart Grids: A semantic approach. 2011 9th IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics, 739-744. Fernandes, R. a. S., I. N. Silva, and M. Oleskovicz (2010, July). Identification of residential load profile in the Smart Grid context. IEEE PES General Meeting, 1-6. Feroze, H. (2009). Multi-Agent Systems in Microgrids : Design and Implementation Multi-Agent Systems in Microgrids : Design and Implementation Hassan Feroze. Ph. D. thesis. Fhom, H. S., N. Kuntze, C. Rudolph, M. Cupelli, and A. Monti (2010). A User-centric Privacy Manager for Future Energy Systems. Power (October), 1-7. Cerf, V.G.. (2011). Open Source , Smart Grid , and Mobile Apps. pp. 7801. Haan, J. E. S. D., S. Member, P. H. Nguyen, and W. L. Kling (2011). Social Interaction Interface for Performance Analysis of Smart Grids. pp. 79-83.

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