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June 1-2, 2023
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Thursday, June 1 • 13:25 - 13:55
Power Grid Model: A High-Performance Distribution Grid Calculation Library - Yu Xiang, Alliander N.V.

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The session will introduce a new open-source project: Power Grid Model, which has been accepted by the LF Energy. It is a high-performance distribution grid calculation library. To face the challenges of the energy transition, many statistical and/or machine learning methods are applied for power system analysis, which usually requires power system calculations (preferably in parallel) for a substantial number of simulation cases/scenarios. Using efficient C++ implementation, this library provides a significant single-thread performance boost compared to existing open-source solutions, let alone its native multi-threading support. By making this project open-source, we hope to bring its benefits to industrial applications and academic research outside Alliander, as well as to build a community-driven ecosystem that will spark rich collaboration and attract many contributors.

Follow-up: meet-up on 6 June 2023

Want to know more about Power Grid Model and follow the latest updates? Join our Power Grid Model Meet-up on 6 June! The Meet-up is organized in hybrid form, online or onsite at our office in Arnhem, Netherlands.

Please use the following link to register:

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Tony Xiang

Lead Scientific Engineer, Alliander
Dr. Yu (Tony) Xiang received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Power Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. He works currently at Alliander (Dutch DSO) as Scientific Software Engineer. His main responsibility is to develop and maintain the open-source power grid calculation... Read More →

Thursday June 1, 2023 13:25 - 13:55 CEST
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