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IEEE Smart Grid Newsletter - December 2012

Electrical Power in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities

Just as the telecommunications industry in developing countries has leveraged the latest mobile technology to leapfrog beyond aging legacy systems in developed countries, Africa offers intriguing possibilities to deploy and interlink the latest and most innovative energy technologies to create an energy infrastructure that is highly distributed, heterogeneous, robust, and sustainable.

Cryptographic Challenges In Smart Grid System Security

In this article, challenges are discussed for secure smart energy grid and automation systems from cryptographic technique viewpoints.

IEEE Survey Report Illuminates Smart Grid Future

A comprehensive polling of industry leaders around the world finds that North America leads in energy storage, while Europe is ahead in distributed generation and microgrids. Energy management systems, distributed management systems and communications technologies will be critical to full realization of all the anticipated smart grid benefits.

Active Control and Power Flow Routing in the Smart Grid

In the last few years, novel control concepts have been proposed with the goal of making distribution networks more flexible by introducing active control mechanisms. Active control is expected to help with maintaining the health and stability of the power grid even after disturbances, loss of equipment or other unforeseen situations, by undertaking proactive actions to preserve the stability of the power network.

About the Smart Grid Newsletter

A monthly publication, the IEEE Smart Grid Newsletter features practical and timely technical information and forward-looking commentary on smart grid developments and deployments around the world. Designed to foster greater understanding and collaboration between diverse stakeholders, the newsletter brings together experts, thought-leaders, and decision-makers to exchange information and discuss issues affecting the evolution of the smart grid.

Contributors

Hedda R. Schmidtke Hedda R. Schmidtke is an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda and CMU Silicon Valley.
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Bruce H. KroghBruce H. Krogh is a professor of electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University and Director of Carnegie Mellon University of Rwanda.
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Yongge WangYongge Wang is the inventor of Remote Password Authentication protocols SRP5 and of Identity based key agreement WANG-KE.
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Andres CarvalloAndres Carvallo, an IEEE member, is executive vice president and chief strategy officer at Proximetry, a leading global virtual network management software platform provider.
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Faycal BouhafsFaycal Bouhafs did postdoctoral work at the University of Edinburgh where he worked on the AuRA-NMS, which explores autonomous control strategies for the power grid.
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Michael MackayMichael Mackay is a lecturer in the School of Computing and Mathematics at Liverpool John Moores University.
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