Machine Intelligence for Secure and Resilient Power and Energy Systems

Speaker:  Charalambos Konstantinou – Tallahassee, FL, United States
Topic(s):  Hardware, Power and Energy

Abstract

In recent years, the advances in machine learning have led to the adoption of such algorithms in a multitude of power and energy systems applications, ranging from customer analytics to load dispatching and energy management systems. Despite the performance benefits of data-driven solutions compared with conventional approaches, there still exist many challenges in regard to the security and robustness as well as the communication efficiency of machine learning algorithms. In light of the recent advancements in adversarial learning, this talk presents methods to certify the attack resiliency and enhance the robustness of learning models used for power and energy systems. Examples are provided for false data injection attack detection in state estimation routines of energy management systems.

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  50
Duration:  45 - 60 minutes
Languages Available:  English
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