Paper Presentation

Computer Methods for Identifying and Mitigating Grid Stability


Chair: Costas Vournas

National Technical University of Athens, Greece



Enhancement of Situation Awareness in Wide Area Transmission Systems for Electricity and Visualization of the Global System State

Christoph Schneiders (Amprion, Germany), Joachim Vanzetta (Amprion, Germany), and Johannes F. Verstege (University of Wuppertal, Germany)


Indicating and Mitigating Voltage Collapse Comparing Voltage Stability Indicators

Vegar Storvann (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway), Emil Hillberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway), and Kjetil Uhlen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)


Impact of Synchrophasor Measurement Uncertainty on Detecting Voltage Stability Margin in Power Systems

Junjie Tang (RWTH Aachen), Junqi Liu  (RWTH Aachen), Ferdinanda Ponci  (RWTH Aachen), Antonello Monti  (RWTH Aachen), Carlo Muscas (University of Cagliari, Italy), and Sara Sulis (University of Cagliari, Italy)


Novel Model of UPFC for Evaluating Transient Stability of a Multimachine System Including the Grid-connected Photovoltaic System

Prechanon Kumkratug (Kasetsart University, Thailand)


Controlling Transient Stability Through Line Switching

Sergio Bruno (Polytechnic School of Bari, Italy), Matteo D’Aloia (Polytechnic School of Bari, Italy), Giovanni De Carne (Polytechnic School of Bari, Italy), and Massimo La Scala (Polytechnic School of Bari, Italy)


Transient Stability Analysis by Reachable Set Computation

Matthias Althoff (TU Ilmenau, Germany), Milos Cvetkovic (Carnegie Mellon University, USA), and Marija Ilic (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)