Electricity and the underlying infrastructure for its production, transmission, and distribution are essential to the well-being of society. The rising concerns of climate change and depletion of fossil fuels in the foreseeable future are driving renewable generation developments rapidly. Among the various renewable sources, the wind and solar energies are the most dominant technologies because of their abundancy and outstanding technical and economic prospect. Global Energy Council estimated that 20 Million MW of wind can be utilized which is nearly 10 times higher than the water energy. The emerging advancements in renewable energy technologies seems to make them most economical in near future. However, in power system perspective, renewable energy technologies come with many issues. That starting from the uncertainty and intermittency to reduced inertial support. Their impact on overall behavior power system cannot be overlooked and becomes more complex when it comes a deal with stability issues. On this context, this national workshop is aimed at delivering an overview of instability problems associated with the integration of large-scale renewable energy integration. It can facilitate better understanding of small signal stability of high renewable energy penetrated power systems and potential solutions to accommodate high penetration via large-scale integration of renewable energy.
major attractions of the workshop
1. Global perspective on renewable energy
2. Power system stability, security and protection
3. Grid tied renewable energy technologies
4. Microgrids and Smart grids
5. Wide area technologies
6. Hybrid power technologies
7. Compensation techniques
8. Energy Storage in renewable integrated systems
9. Low Inertia grid and associated issues
NIT Calicut: National Institute of Technology Calicut was founded as Regional Engineering College, Calicut in 1961. Set in a picturesque at the foothills of the Western Ghats, it is located about 22 kilometers north-east of Calicut city. It is prestigious institute with a reputation for excellence at both undergraduate, postgraduate and research levels, fostering the spirit of national integration among the students and a close interaction with industry. For details see the website: www.nitc.ac.in
the Department of electrical engineering
Established in 1961, the Department of Electrical Engineering of the National Institute of Technology Calicut offers programmes leading to Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree as well as Ph.D. The four year undergraduate programme leads to the Bachelorof Technology (B. Tech) degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Specializations for the Master's level programmes are (i) Instrumentation & Control Systems, (ii) Power Systems, (iii) Power Electronics, (iv) Industrial Power and Automation, and (v) High Voltage Engineering. In addition to these regular programmes, this department is also actively involved in conducting faculty development programmes, job oriented short-term training programmes, continuing education programmes for engineering professionals and academic faculty. Department has a number of sponsored projects in different areas funded by agencies like DRDO, KSCSTE etc.
Who can attend?
Faculty members from various Engineering Colleges/Institutions can apply.
Working professionals and practicing engineers from various Research Organizations and Industries, and Research scholars can also apply.
Maximum seats limited to 60 (on first come first serve basis).
Industry/Research professionals: Rs. 7500+ 18% GST
Faculty: Rs. 6000+ 18% GST
Students: Rs. 4000+ 18% GST
Mode of Payment - IMPS/NEFT/RTGS ONLY
Bank Account Details: Director NIT Calicut, Continuing Education Program, (Account Number - 37618269594,
SBI NITC Branch, IFSC Code - SBIN0002207)
For registration, kindly fill the online form, upload scanned copies of the registration form and the proof/receipt of IMPS/NEFT/RTGS using the link or scanning the QR code given on or before March 20, 2019. April 4, 2019.
Last date for submitting online application: March 20, 2019. April 4, 2019.
Date of intimation of selection: March 22, 2019. April 5, 2019.
All faculty, participants from industry /research organizations, and research scholars may be provided lodging facility in the hostel/international hostel/Institute Guest house on payment basis, subject to availability.
No TA/DA will be paid for any participant.
Dr. Shanti Swarup (IIT Madras)
Dr. Pratyasa Bhui (IIT Dharwad)
Dr. Zakir Hussain Rather (IIT Bombay)
Dr. Gurunath Gurrala (IISc Banglore)
Dr. Sachin Srivastava (ABB)
Mr. Sandeep U (POSOCO)
Dr. Deepak Sagi (ABB)
Other eminent persons from IISc/IITs/NITs & other premier research institutes.
5 Minute Project Thesis (5-MPT) Competition
5 Minute Project Thesis (5-MPT) Competition
Promoting young Innovators
Power and energy group of Dept. of Electrical Engineering of NITC as a part of National workshop on “Large scale renewable integration : a perspective on power system stability” presents to you 5MPT Competition. We cordially invite all power systems and power and energy systems M.Tech students for grabbing this unique opportunity to showcase the innovation and hardwork of your research to the world.
It is a national level challenging event for all innovators out there.
How to participate:-
1. Make a single slide ppt and explain your project reserach in the best manner
2. Submit it through:-
on or before 4th April, 2019
3. Shortlisted teams will be called for presentation at NIT Calicut for poster presentation- Here, you will be presenting your work in front of jury in 5 minutes.
🏆 Huge prizes to be awarded to winners
For more details:-
Dr. Sunitha R
5MPT, NIT Calicut
Dr. Sunitha R.
Dr. Gopakumar P.
Dr. Deepak M.
If any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the Workshop coordinator.
Dr. Sunitha R
Mobile: 9895325906 / 9496128727
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