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Professor Anjan Bose invited to give academic report
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On the morning of September 4, 2019, Professor Anjan Bose, academician of the American Academy of Engineering, was invited to visit and give an academic report entitled "The Application of Cloud Computing in Power System Planning and Operation". The lecture was chaired by Professor Liu Chongru.


The report describes that cloud computing for data storage and backup has been widely used in business. However, due to the sensitivity and real-time of data, the power system operation Department is still stagnating in the field of cloud computing. However, the wide use of PMU makes the speed of data acquisition and scanning much faster than before, which puts forward higher requirements for power system data processing. By using cloud computing to process real-time PMU data of control center, it is found that cloud computing can significantly reduce the time of data storage and exchange, and is very suitable for wide area control and protection.


Subsequently, participants had a lot of meaningful discussions on the contents and areas covered in the report, and gave constructive comments and suggestions on the security, feasibility of cloud storage and computing, as well as the follow-up research recommendations.


Brief introduction of Professor AnjanBose

AnjanBose serves as Director Professor and Distinguished Professor of Electric Power Engineering at Washington State University, where he served as Dean of the School of Engineering and Architecture from 1998 to 2005 and was Senior Adviser to the U.S. Department of Energy in the Obama Administration. He received Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and PhD in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology kharagpur, University of California Berkeley and Iowa State University.

He is Academician of the National Academy of Engineering of the United States, foreign academician of the National Academy of Engineering of India, member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He has won the IEEE Outstanding Electric Engineering Educator Award, the Third Millennium Medal and Herman Halperin Electric Transmission and Distribution Award, and the Outstanding Alumni Award from Iowa State University and Indian Institute of Technology. He has served on many editorial committees and on many national and international technical committees. He was appointed by the governor as a board member of the Washington Technology Center and by the U.S. Secretary of Energy as a committee member to study blackouts in 1999 and 2003. He has served on several National College committees, including Engineering Education, Network Security Research, Grid Security and the Energy Future Commission of the United States, advising many power companies and government agencies in world-renowned places.