April 23, 2022

STTP on Energy Management Challenges in Smart Cities

By MVJCE

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized a Short-Term Training Program (STTP) on the topic “Energy Management Challenges in Smart Cities”. The Program was organized during  23-04-2022 to 26-04-2022 and 29-04-2022 to 30-04-2022, at Rajalakshmi Seminar Hall. The event started at 10.00am and concluded at 03.30 pm. The 6th and 8th semester students and the faculty of EEE department attended the program.

Day 01: 23.04.2022

The event started at 10.30am with welcome speech and guest introduction. Dr. Manohar Singh took over the two sessions of day 1 and delivered a detailed information on “Grid Operation Challenges with Integration of Renewables”.


The event started at 10.30am with welcome speech and guest introduction. Dr. M Premkumar took over the two sessions of day 2. Session 1, he delivered a detailed information on “Energy Management System for Smart Home Stochastic Algorithm”. Session 2, he has given hands on session on Stochastic Algorithm in MATLAB.

 

Day 02: 25.04.2022

The event started at 10.30am with welcome speech and guest introduction. Dr. M Premkumar took over the two sessions of day 2. Session 1, he delivered a detailed information on “Energy Management System for Smart Home Stochastic Algorithm”. Session 2, he has given hands on session on Stochastic Algorithm in MATLAB.

 

Day 03: 26.04.2022


The event started at 10.30am with welcome speech and guest introduction. Dr. Ritesh Dash took over the two sessions of day 3. Session 1, he delivered a detailed information on “Challenges in Energy System for the Smart Cities”. Session 2, he has given hands on session on optimal load management in MATLAB.

 

Day 04: 29.04.2022


The event started at 11.00am with welcome speech and guest introduction. Dr. S G Srivani took over the first session of day 4 and delivered a detailed information on “SMART MOBILITY”.

 


The second session was taken by Mr. Prasad S Ranga. He has given a brief lecture on EV Energy Storage and Emerging trends in Smart Cities. At the end of the session, Prof. Sunilkumar P presented a Momento as a token of appreciation. 

 

Day 05: 30.04.2022


The event started at 10.30am with welcome speech and guest introduction. Dr. Chandrashekar Atla took over the session of day 5. He delivered a detailed lecture on “Energy Storage for Smart Grid”. At the end of the session, Dr. Hemakumar Reddy presented a Momento as a token of appreciation.

 

OUTCOME OF THE PROGRAM:

The program will help students to:

  1. Get the knowledge of smart cities and energy management. 
  2. Understand the challenges faced in energy management and energy storage. 
  3. Gain knowledge on recent technologies used in smart cities. 
  4. Understand waste management in smart cities and challenges. 
  5. Helps to develop interest in research on this area.