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IEEE Symposium on Data Analytics and Internet of Things (ISDAIOT 2020)

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Organised by Computational Intelligence Society, IoT Community and University of Melbourne Student Branch   IEEE Victorian Section presents “IEEE Symposium on Data Analytics and Internet of Things (ISDAIOT 2020)”, a virtual technical event series during 29th September - 19th November 2020. The symposium includes diverse sessions including technical talks, workshops, poster competitions, and panel discussions to promote the use of Data Analytics and IoT Technologies for real-time applications. This symposium provides a unique opportunity for industry and academic experts as well as students to get an insight on Data Analytics and Internet of Things, through a series of presentations and hands-on workshops, delivered by experts in the field. The talks will be held for an hour every Tuesday (5.00-6.00 PM) and Wednesday (6.00-7.00 PM), beginning from 29th September while the two-hour hands-on data analytics workshop will be delivered from the second Thursday of October (October 8, 2020, 5.00-7.00 PM).     Week 1 talks' details  29th September 2020 (5PM - 6PM)  Sujan Chowdhury- Introduction to the Internet of Things and its architecture 30th September 2020 (6PM - 7PM) Farzad Khodadadi- Advancement of IoT technologies like IoT Gateway and Sensors 1st October 2020 (5PM - 6PM) Shama Islam- Applications and advancement in smart grid and renewable energy   Symposium registration link: https://bit.ly/3bZ6FFq    Call for Posters: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/239763   Website link: https://attend.ieee.org/sdait-2020/ Online webinar link: Zoom webinar link will be sent out to the registered participants.   For further information and enquiries, email: isdaiot2020@gmail.com  

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Mandatory Primary Frequency Response (PFR) in Australian Power Grid

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IEEE Power Energy Society (PES) VIC Women in Power Chapter Technical Seminar With the increasing penetration of renewable generation (e.g., wind, solar PV) in the Australian power grid and planned retirement of large conventional thermal will potentially result in deteriorated frequency regulation performance due to the reduced system inertia and primary frequency response. Until recently, synchronous generators (e.g., coal, gas, and hydro) have provided PFR in the NEM and renewable energy generators were not expected to contribute to the frequency control of the grid. However, almost all the renewable generation is connected to the grid via power inverters. If these renewables are equipped with the necessary control features, inverter-coupled power generation technologies will also be capable of contributing to PFR. This capability can help alleviate the concerns around grid frequency quality and stability. The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has issued National Electricity Amendment on Mandatory Primary Frequency Response rules on 26 March 2020. In order to ensure sustainability in implementing mandatory PFR on Wind Power Plants, many technical aspects need to be considered, monitored, and managed. In this presentation mandatory, PFR, and the benefits and challenges around its implementation are discussed.  Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/mandatory-primary-frequency-response-in-australian-power-grid-tickets-128826013073 Online Meeting Link:  Online Link: https://deakin.zoom.us/j/91051395705 Contact: IEEE PES Victorian chapter– pes.victorian@ieee.org

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