Workshop on Energy Security and Hurricane Disaster Resilience for Florida's Power System
For questions please contact: Bahri Uzunoglu, Kyle Gallivan
Event Information
When 1st workshop: 21-22 January 2020
2nd workshop: 01-02 June 2020
Where1st workshop location: 2000 Levy Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32310, USA,
2nd workshop location: Lägerhyddsvägen 1, 752 37 Uppsala, Sweden

Tallahassee
1st workshop: 21st January 2020; Research Building A, Room 120, 2000 Levy Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32310, USA
09:30Breakfast - coffee, pastries and fruits
09:50 Welcome and introductions by Farrukh Alvi, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
10:00 Introduction to the Florida test case and challenges by Bahri Uzunoglu
10:20 Field Trip: Tour of 20MW / 40 MW solar farm TALGOV
Venue:--- 5700 Springhill Road.
Dress code:--- Dress code is strictly enforced: Long pants, closed toe shoes, no heels.
12:00Lunch Buffet
13:30 Session A: Tallahassee Government; Chair: Michael Ohlsen
Panel of local government leaders will reflect on a variety items related to energy security and community resiliency, including grid hardening strategies, energy storage and renewable energy, impact of electric vehicles, sustainability and disaster preparedness.
Panel Moderator: ---- Michael Ohlsen, Manager, Clean Energy Program, City of Tallahassee
Abena Ojetayo: ---- Director, City Sustainability & Community Preservation
David Byrne: ---- Assistant General Manager, City Electric System Integrated Planning
Ben Cowart:---- City Alternative Energy Manager
Mathieu Cavell:---- Assistant to the County Administrator, Community Relations and Resilience
15:30Break
15:45 Session B: Public Administration and Policy/Local Governance Laboratory; Chair: Richard Feiock
B.1. Introduction by Richard Feiock, Public Administration and Policy/Local Governance Laboratory, Florida State University
B.2. How Do Trees Affect Power Lines and Roadways during Hurricanes by Eren Erman Ozguven, Civil and Enviromental Engineering, FAMU-FSU, College of Engineering
B.3. The Impacts of E-governance Technologies on Equity in in Power Restoration Following a Hurricane by Tian Tang, FSU, Public Administration and Policy
B.4. Governmental Policy and Energy Behavior by Corey Xu, FSU, Public Administration and Policy
17:15 Review of grant calls and collaboration on joint applications
17:40Workshop Reception
1st workshop: 22nd January 2020; Research Building A, Room 120, 2000 Levy Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32310, USA
08:00Breakfast - coffee, pastries and fruits
08:30 Session C: Power Systems; Chair: Giray Okten
C.1. Role of National Labs in Resilience by Design Approach of Power Systems by Rov Hovsapian, NREL
C.2. How Microgrids can ensure Power Supply: Concept and Validation of Plug & Play Grid-Forming Converters by Ron Brandl, Fraunhofer Institute
C.3. Ocean energy research at the division of electricity at Uppsala University. by Karin Thomas, Uppsala University, Department of Electrical Engineering
C.4. CAPS facilities by Omar Faruque, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida State University
09:30 Break
09:45 Session D: Florida State University, Department of Mathematics; Chair: Kyle Gallivan
D.1. Resilient Distributed Robust Power System Control with Explicit/Implicit Particle Filter methods by Bahri Uzunoglu, Uppsala University, Department of Electrical Engineering
D.2.
State and Parameter estimation by Drift Homotopy Implicit Particle Filtering by Feng Bao, Florida State University, Department of Mathematics
D.3.
Global Sensitivity Analysis of Power System Reliability by Giray Okten, Florida State University, Department of Mathematics
D.4.
Wavelet-based Adaptive Approaches for Modeling and Simulation of Wall-bounded Compressible Turbulent Flows by Xuan Ge, Florida State University, Department of Mathematics
12:00Lunch Buffet
13:00 Session E: Florida State University, Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies; Chair: Mark Bourassa
E.1. Multi- model tropical cyclone wind and storm surge forecasting by Mark Powell, RMS and Florida State University, Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies
E.2. Catastrophe Modeling for Assessing Damage Risk Due to Hurricanes by Steve Cocke, Florida State University, Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies
E.3. Reassessing the Accuracy of Wind Measurement from Extreme Conditions by Mark Bourassa, Florida State University, Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies
E.4. Marine current power research in Uppsala University by Johan Forslund, Department of Electrical Engineering, Uppsala University
14:00Break
14:30 Session F: Civil and Enviromental Engineering, FAMU-FSU, College of Engineering; Chair: Eren Erman Ozguven
F.1. Power Resilience Assessment from Physical and Socio-Demographic Perspectives by Anil Yazici,Civil Engineering, Stony Brook University
F.2. Children and Disasters: Mental Health Impact and Needs by Ellen Piekalkiewicz, Director of Center for the Study and Promotion of Communities, Families and Children, College of Social Work, Florida State University
F.3 Florida's Public Librarians and Disaster Response: Dimensions of Community Support and Resilience by Marcia Mardis, College of Communication and Information, Florida State University
F.4. The Graduate Capstone Studio: A Pedagogical Approach to Teaching Disaster Recovery and Hazard Adaptation Planning by Dennis Smith, Planner in Residence, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, College of Social Sciences, Florida State University
F.5. A Spatial Regression and Clustering Method for Developing Place-specific Social Vulnerability Indices using Census and Social Media Data by Arda Vanli, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering