题目：Resilient Interconnected Micro Energy Grids with Flywheel-Based Energy Storage Platform for Energy and Transportation Infrastructures
主讲简介：Hossam A.Gabbar，加拿大安大略理工大学教授。研究专长：能源系统与核科学。Dr. Gabbar is a full Professor in the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) in the Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science, and cross appointed in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, where he has established both the Energy Safety and Control Lab (ESCL) and Advanced Plasma Engineering Lab. Dr. Gabbar is also an Adjunct Professor at York University. He is the recipient of the Senior Research Excellence Aware for 2016, UOIT. He is leading national and international research in the areas of smart energy grids, safety and control systems, advanced plasma systems and their applications on nuclear, clean energy and production systems. He participated and led several large scale national and international projects, in Japan, China, Middle East, and Canada, related to smart energy grids, intelligent control systems and safety design and operation synthesis and optimization of energy systems, micro energy grids, and integrated gas-power grids. He developed novel solutions for risk-based smart energy grid design, protection, and control and hybrid energy supply systems. He proposed new integrated energy storage system based on flywheel and battery, and applied on power substations, transportation electrification, and urban infrastructures.
主讲内容：This talk will discuss challenges and opportunities to achieve resilient energy and transportation infrastructures using interconnected micro energy grids. Planning, control, and optimization methods and techniques of interconnected micro energy grids will be presented. Hybrid fuel and integration of renewable energy technologies and energy storage systems, as integrated with regional gas-power grids will be evaluated as part of micro energy grids to meet the mandate of clean energy and transportation infrastructures. Performance will be evaluated and optimized in view of energy demand, economic analysis, and weather forecasting.