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EECS 395, 495: Introduction to Smart Grid Systems

Quarter Offered

Spring : TuTh 11-12:20 ; Wei

Prerequisites

Multi-variable calculus, linear algebra, basic optimization and game theory, or consent of the instructor.

Description

The new generation electricity power network, a.k.a., smart grid, is a complex socio-technical system involving nonlinear physical constraints, large scale computations and intricate economic/environmental impacts. This course gives an interdisciplinary perspective of the grid: the fundamental physics of the grid; the related modeling and computation challenges; basic game theoretic tools and analysis of the dynamic market interactions.

COURSE COORDINATOR: Ermin Wei