Cigre Events


A Colloquium is an occasional meeting organised by a Study Committee to discuss a number of defined problems in depth. A Colloquium is often hold in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Study Committee during the odd-numbered years, under the hosting of a NC.

To improve the participation of experts from the host country on these Colloquiums, papers are presented by authors during the Colloquium.

Following the kind invitation issued by the Russian National Committee, the SC D2 2017 Colloquium will be held in Moscow from the 20th to the 22nd of September 2017.

Event program :  Colloquium program

Colloquium program (pdf, 244kB)

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The main topics for discussion during seminar sessions will be:

  1. Software platforms  for control of distributed energy resources:
    • Optimized interaction of distributed generation and distribution grids
    • Tools providing economically efficient use of DER and Microgrid technologies
    • Microgrid control in emergency and post-emergency conditions
  2. Resilience to cyber threats of information and telecommunication systems in the power industry:
    • Cybersecurity of  DER control systems
    • Cloud computing and IoT technologies: application limits from the view of cybersecurity provision
    • Certification of information systems and telecommunications for resistance to cyber threats
    • Modeling tools for cyber threats and cybersecurity measures
  3. Highly reliable communication infrastructure for traditional and new applications in EPI:
    • Digital communication systems in transmission and distribution grids
    • Modern telecommunication networks for protection and control in EPI
    • Developing secure and reliable ICT systems infrastructure
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The National Committee of CIGRE Brazil will hold the International Seminar "Smart Grid: Policies, Incentives, Technology and Regulation".

The main topics for discussion during seminar sessions will be:

  1. Policy and incentives to smart grids – cases of success and failure.
  2. Regulatory roadmap for smart grids: smart regulation – models and experiences.
  3. Metrics to quantify the benefits of smart grids to both end users and companies.
  4. Infrastructure for smart grids: data communications, cyber-security, operational technology, sensors and field devices, big data and other information technologies.
  5. New paradigms concerning the generation, transmission, distribution, and commercialization process in order to accommodate smart grids’ network technology.
  6. Benefits of smart grid to operate distributed generation with/without storage.
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