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SGCW-TDS 2023 : IEEE SmartGridComm 2023 Workshop on Testbed and Digital Twin for Smart Grids

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Link: https://sgc2023.ieee-smartgridcomm.org/ws2/workshop-testbed-and-digital-twin-smart-grids
 
When Oct 31, 2023 - Nov 3, 2023
Where Glasgow, Scotland
Submission Deadline Aug 17, 2023
Categories    smart grid
 

Call For Papers

The deployment of information and communication technologies (ICT) in power systems has gained significant momentum in recent years due to the need for building more efficient, reliable, and sustainable smart grids. However, the integration of ICT into the power system is complex, involving multiple stakeholders, technologies, and infrastructure. To facilitate integration, testbeds have emerged as experimental platforms that mimic the behavior of the power system in a controlled environment. Testbeds enable researchers and engineers to test and validate advanced ICT and algorithms safely, without disrupting the real-world power system. Moreover, digital twins have become a promising tool for improving the planning, operation, and maintenance of the power system. Digital twins are virtual replicas of physical assets or processes that can simulate, analyze, and optimize the behavior of the system. For smart grids, digital twins can provide a way to model and optimize the power system's behavior in real-time, resulting in more accurate predictions and better decision-making.

Despite the potential benefits of testbeds and digital twins for smart grids, there are still several challenges that need to be addressed. For example, testbeds need to be designed and implemented in a way that is scalable, interoperable, and realistic. Digital twins need to be built using accurate data and models and need to be integrated with the physical infrastructure. Furthermore, the cybersecurity and resilience of testbeds and digital twins need to be ensured.

This workshop aims to address these challenges and opportunities by bringing together researchers, engineers, and practitioners to exchange ideas and insights on the design, implementation, and use of testbeds and digital twins for smart grids. By providing a platform for collaboration and knowledge exchange, the workshop aims to accelerate the development and adoption of testbeds and digital twins for smart grids, and ultimately contribute to the development of more efficient, reliable, secure and sustainable power systems.

TOPICS OF INTEREST:

This workshop aims to cover various fields of application in the area of testbed and digital twin for smart grids. Thus, suggested topics include, but are not limited to the following:

- Design, implementation, and demonstration of smart grid testbeds and digital twins
- Application of testbeds and digital twins for reliability, dependability, and efficiency of smart grid
- Data management and visualization
- Artificial intelligence techniques in smart grid testbeds and digital twins
- Cybersecurity and privacy of smart grid testbed and digital twins
- Smart grid testbeds and digital twins for Cybersecurity (e.g, cyber range)
- Anomaly detection in smart grid testbeds and digital twins
- Blockchain for smart grid testbeds and digital twins
- IoT-based digital twin for smart grid and cyber-physical systems  

PAPER SUBMISSION INSTRUCTION:

Each submission must begin with a title, short abstract, and a list of keywords. The introduction should summarize the contributions of the paper at a level appropriate for a non-specialist reader.

Likewise, all submissions must follow the original IEEE format with a page limit of 6 pages (including references) for full paper. It is strongly encouraged that submissions be processed in LaTeX.

The workshop also features the demo and poster session and solicits proposals for the demo and poster presentation in person. Each proposal should be one page, including title, author/presenter names, affiliation, abstract, and mode of presentation. Presentation in this session will NOT be included in the proceedings.

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