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Dr. Karan Kalsi is currently a power systems research engineer at the Pacific Northwest National Lab, Richland, WA, USA. He is the lead investigator on Department of Energy funded research to develop efficient, reliable and secure control strategies for Smart Grid assets. He is the principle investigator on the topic of developing future power grid control paradigms as part of the laboratory’s Future Power Grid Initiative. He is the Co-principle investigator on EED SEED project related to modeling and controls for distributed energy resources in microgrids. Karanjit is also actively involved with IEEE including being the 2011 Chair of the IEEE Richland Section Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) Affinity Group and was recently elected as the 2012 Vice-chair of Technical Activities and Outreach of the IEEE Richland Section Power and Energy Society.
 
Dr. Karan Kalsi is currently a power systems research engineer at the Pacific Northwest National Lab, Richland, WA, USA. He is the lead investigator on Department of Energy funded research to develop efficient, reliable and secure control strategies for Smart Grid assets. He is the principle investigator on the topic of developing future power grid control paradigms as part of the laboratory’s Future Power Grid Initiative. He is the Co-principle investigator on EED SEED project related to modeling and controls for distributed energy resources in microgrids. Karanjit is also actively involved with IEEE including being the 2011 Chair of the IEEE Richland Section Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) Affinity Group and was recently elected as the 2012 Vice-chair of Technical Activities and Outreach of the IEEE Richland Section Power and Energy Society.
  

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Dr. Karan Kalsi is currently a power systems research engineer at the Pacific Northwest National Lab, Richland, WA, USA. He is the lead investigator on Department of Energy funded research to develop efficient, reliable and secure control strategies for Smart Grid assets. He is the principle investigator on the topic of developing future power grid control paradigms as part of the laboratory’s Future Power Grid Initiative. He is the Co-principle investigator on EED SEED project related to modeling and controls for distributed energy resources in microgrids. Karanjit is also actively involved with IEEE including being the 2011 Chair of the IEEE Richland Section Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) Affinity Group and was recently elected as the 2012 Vice-chair of Technical Activities and Outreach of the IEEE Richland Section Power and Energy Society.

More: http://energyenvironment.pnnl.gov/staff/staff_info.asp?staff_num=2178

Schedule for Karan Kalsi visit, 2-5 Oct 2017

2 Oct (Mon)

  • Morning: HR check-in, office setup
  • Lunch: Richard
  • 2 pm: Open
  • 3:30 pm: Colloqium reception (location?)
  • 4 pm: CMS colloqium - George Papanicoulou (Stanford), 105 Annenberg

3 Oct (Tue)

  • 10 am: Open
  • 11 am: Open
  • IST lunch bunch
  • Afternoon off

4 Oct (Wed)

  • Morning off
  • Lunch open
  • 3 pm: CDS tea
  • 4 pm: Open

5 Oct (Thu)

  • 10 am: Open
  • 11 am: Open
  • Lunch: Open
  • 2 pm: head for airport