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Early Stage Researcher Mehdi Zeinali has had a conference paper accepted for publication:

M.Zeinali and J. Thompson, Chadi Khirallah, Neeraj Gupta, “Evolution of Home Energy Management and Smart Metering Communications towards 5G”, in proceedings of The Network of the Future (NoF) conference 2017.

Early Stage Researchers Marko Angjelichinoski and Pietro Danzi have had a conference paper accepted for publication:

P. Danzi, M. Angjelichinoski, Č. Stefanović, P. Popovski, “Distributed Proportional-Fairness Control in MicroGrids via Blockchain Smart Contracts” at IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications 2017.

Early Stage Researchers Alexander Kleidaras and Mirsad Cosovic have had a conference paper accepted for publication:

Kleidaras, A., Cosovic, M., Vukobratovic, D. & Kiprakis, A.K. “Demand Response for Thermostatically Controlled Loads using Belief Propagation” at IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe (ISGT Europe September 2017).

Early Stage Researcher Pierre Vogler-Finck has had three conference papers accepted for publication:

P. Vogler-Finck, P. Pedersen, P. Popovski, R. Wisniewski, “Comparison of strategies for model predictive control for home heating in future energy systems”, IEEE PowerTech 2017, Manchester.

P. Vogler-Finck, “Model predictive control for energy efficient house heating: a simulation study of benefits in a Danish environment”, Young Researchers: Energy Efficiency + Biomass conference, World Sustainable Energy Days 2017, Wels

Clauss, Finck, Vogler-Finck, Beagon, “Control strategies for building energy systems to unlock demand side flexibility – A review”, Buiding Simulation 2017, San Francisco, August 2017

Early Stage Researcher Marko Angjelichinoski has had a conference paper accepted for publication: M. Angjelichinoski, C.Stefanovic, P. Popovski, A. Scaglione, and F. Blaabjerg, “Topology Identification for Multiple-bus DC MicroGrids via Primary Control Perturbations,” IEEE International Conference on DC MicroGrids, June 2017, Nuremberg, Germany.

Early Stage Researchers Marko Angjelichinoski and Pietro Danzi have had two conference papers accepted for publication:

M. Angjelichinoski, P. Danzi, C. Stefanovic, P. Popovski, and F. Blaabjerg, “Towards Self-sustainable Power Systems: DC MicroGrid Optimization via Power Talk,” IEEE International Conference on DC MicroGrids, June 2017, Nuremberg, German

M. Angjelichinoski, P. Danzi, C. Stefanovic, and P. Popovski, “Secure and Robust Authentication for DC MicroGrids based on Power Talk Communication,” IEEE International Conference on Communications 2017, May 2017, Paris, France.

Early Stage Researcher Marko Angjelichinoski has had a workshop paper accepted for publication: M.Angjelichinoski, C. Stefanovic, and P. Popovski, “Modemless multiple access communications over Powerlines for DC MicroGrid Control,” 9th International Workshop on Multiple Access Communications, Aalborg, Denmark, Nov. 2016. This paper received Best Paper Award.

Early Stage Researcher Mirsad Cosovic has had a conference paper accepted for publication: M. Cosovic and D. Vukobratovic, “Distributed Gauss-Newton Method for AC State Estimation: A Belief Propagation Approach,” 2016 IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm): Control and Operation for Smart Grids, Microgrids and Distributed Resources, Sydney, Australia, Nov. 2016.

Early Stage Researcher Pietro Danzi has had a paper accepted for Globecom Cyber-Physical Smart Grid Security and Resilience (SGSR) Workshop. “On the Impact of Wireless Jamming on the Distributed Secondary Microgrid Control”, Pietro Danzi, Čedomir Stefanović, Lexuan Meng, Josep Guerrero, Petar Popovski.

Early Stage Researcher Marko Angjelichinoski has had a conference paper accepted for publication:H. Liu et al., “Power Talk: A novel power line communication in DC MicroGrid,” 2016 IEEE 8th International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference (IPEMC-ECCE Asia), Hefei, 2016, pp. 2870-2874.

Early Stage Researcher Charalampos Kalalas has had a conference paper accepted for publication: C. Kalalas, F. Vazquez-Gallego and J. Alonso-Zarate, “Handling Mission-Critical Communication in Smart Grid Distribution Automation Services through LTE”, in Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (IEEE SmartGridComm 16), Sydney, Australia, Nov. 2016.

Early Stage Researcher Deep Shrestha has had the following articles accepted for conference publication:

D. Shrestha, A. Tonello, X. Mestre and M. Payaro, “Simultaneous Cancellation of Narrow Band Interference and Impulsive Noise in PLC Systems”, in IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm), 06 – 09 November 2016, Sydney, Australia.

D. Shrestha, X. Mestre and M. Payaro, “Maximum-Likelihood Channel Estimation in Presence of Impulsive Noise for PLC Systems”, in IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP), 07 – 09 December 2016, Greater Washington D.C., USA .

Early Stage Researcher Marko Angjelichinoski has had a conference paper accepted for publication: M.Angjelichinoski, A.Scaglione, P. Popovski and C. Stefanovic, “Distributed Estimation of the Operating State of a Single-Bus DC MicroGrid Without an External Communication Interface” IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (IEEE GlobalSIP 2016), Washington DC, USA, December, 2016.

Early Stage Researcher Mehdi Zeinali has had a conference paper accepted for publication: M. Zeinali and J. Thompson, “Impact of compression and aggregation in wireless networks on smart meter data,” in proceedings of IEEE International workshop on Signal Processing advances in Wireless Communications SPAWC, 2016. 17th IEEE Workshop, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, July 2016.

Early Stage Researcher Mirsad Cosovic has had a conference paper accepted for publication: M. Cosovic and D. Vukobratovic, “State estimation in electric power systems using belief propagation: An extended DC model,” in Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications SPAWC, 2016. 17th IEEE Workshop, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, July 2016.

Early Stage Researcher Marko Angjelichinoski has had a conference paper accepted for publication: M.Angjelichinoski, C. Stefanovic and P. Popovski, “Power Talk for Multibus DC MicroGrids: Creating and Optimizing Communication Channels,” IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM 2016), Washington DC, USA, December, 2016.

Early Stage Researcher Anna Fragkioudaki, who left project ADVANTAGE in summer 2015, has had a Conference paper accepted for publication:  A. Fragkioudaki, P. Cruz-Romero, A. Gómez-Expósito, J. Biscarri, M.J. de Tellechea, A. Arcos, “Detection of Non-Technical Losses in Smart Distribution Networks: a Review” accepted for presentation at the conference “14th International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems”, 1st-3rd June, 2016, Sevilla.

Early Stage Researcher Achilleas Tsitsimelis has had a conference paper accepted for publication:  J. Matamoros, A. Tsitsimelis, M. Gregori, C. Antón-Haro, “Multi-area State Estimation with Heterogeneous Measurements”, To appear in IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC’16) Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), May 23-27, 2016.

C. Kalalas, L. Gkatzikis, C. Fischione, P. Ljungberg and J. Alonso-Zarate, “Enabling IEC 61850 Communication Services over Public LTE Infrastructure”, in Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Communications 2016 (IEEE ICC 16), SAC Communications for the Smart Grid, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 2016.

Deep Shrestha, Xavier Mestre and Miquel Payaro, “Asynchronous Impulsive Noise Mitigation Based on Subspace Support Estimation for PLC Systems. To appear in IEEE International Symposium on Power Line Communications and its Applications (ISPLC), 20th – 23rd March 2016, Bottrop, Germany.

A. Kleidaras, and A. E. Kiprakis, ‘A Roadmap for Domestic Load Modelling for Large-Scale Demand Management within Smart Grids’, in proc. 7th EAI International Conference on Wireless and Satellite Systems, 6–7 July, 2015 Bradford, UK.

M. Angjelichinoski, C. Stefanovic, P. Popovski, H. Liu, P. Loh, and F. Blaabjerg, “Power talk: How to modulate data over a dc micro grid bus using power electronics,” in Proc. IEEE GLOBECOM, San Diego, California, 6-10 December, 2015.

M. Angjelichinoski, C. Stefanovic, P. Popovski, and F. Blaabjerg, “Power talk in dc micro grids: Constellation design and error probability performance,” in Proc. IEEE SmartGridComm, Miami, Florida, 2-5 November, 2015.

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