IEOR 290: Control and Optimization for Power Systems
Instructor: Javad Lavaei
Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:3011 am
Location: 240 BECHTEL
Office Hours: Tuesdays, 11amnoon
TA: Morteza Ashraphijuo (ashraphijuo@berkeley.edu)
Grading Policy:
10% active participation
25% homework
65% term project
Description
One of the grand challenges of this century is the modernization of electrical power networks. This graduatelevel course provides a fundamental understanding of the mathematics behind the operation of power grids. The course will cover several topics related to the control and optimization for power systems, including:
Modeling of power systems
Stability analysis
Robust control, optimal control, and distributed control
Power optimization problems such as state estimation, unit commitment, optimal power flow, and transmission planning
Efficient optimization and numerical algorithms for mixedinteger nonlinear problems
Control and optimization for renewable energy
Select topics on Smart Grid
The references for this course are the instructor's lecture notes, research papers and the textbook:
Lecture Notes
Homework
