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Research Theme Highlight Part II: Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems

The Laboratory for Intelligent Integrated Networks of Engineering Systems maintains a research program composed of four complementary themes.  In the second of a four part series on the LIINES website,  the laboratory’s Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems Research Theme is highlighted.  This work brings together Axiomatic Design for Large Flexible Systems, Graph Theory  and Design Structure Matrices to develop quantitative measures of reconfigurability.

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Research Theme Highlight Part IV: Industrial Energy Management

The Laboratory for Intelligent Integrated Networks of Engineering Systems maintains a research program composed of four complementary themes.  In the second of a four part series on the LIINES website,  the laboratory’s Industrial Energy Management Research Theme is highlighted.  This work brings together Axiomatic Design for Large Flexible Systems, Graph Theory  and Design Structure Matrices to develop quantitative measures of reconfigurability.

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LIINES/MRL Collaboración Reseñada en el Boletín de IEEE Colombia

La investigación del Dr. Sergio Rivera sobre coordinación de microgrids ha sido reseñada en el boletín de Agosto de la IEEE de Colombia. Este trabajo es parte del proyecto colaborativo en curso del LINES y el MRL que tiene como nombre: “Confiabilidad de la operación y control de sistemas de potencia en la presencia de la creciente penetración de fuentes de energía variables”. El Dr Rivera ha sido miembro activo del proyecto desde marzo del 2013 y ya ha producido resultados presentados en el congreso: “2013 Energypath Conference” en Filadelfia, Estados Unidos; el “MIT Postdocs Share thier Science” en Cambridge, Estados Unidos y en la conferencia: “The 2nd World Smart Grid Conference Middle East” en Abu Dhabi, Emiratos Árabes Unidos.

Las publicaciones y presentaciones del Dr. Sergio Rivera pueden ser encontradas en la web del LIINES bajo el link de “Smart Power Grids”.

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LIINES/MRL Collaboration Featured in IEEE Colombia Newsletter

Dr. Sergio Rivera’s research on Microgrid Coordination has been featured in the August Edition of the IEEE Colombia Newsletter.  This work is part of the ongoing LIINES/MRL project entitled:  “Reliability Power Grid Operation & Control in the Presence of Increasing Penetration of Variable Energy Resources”.  Dr. Rivera has been an active member of the project since April 2013 and has already produced research presented at the 2013 Energypath Conference in Philadelphia, PA, the 2013 MIT Postdocs Share Their Science in Cambridge, MA, and the 2nd World Smart Grid Conference Middle East in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Dr. Rivera’s publications and presentations can be found on the LIINES Website under the Smart Power Grids research page.

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LIINES Research Program Overview Updated

The LIINES Research Program Overview has just been updated.  It is currently concerned with four classes of engineering systems.

  • Smart Power Grids
  • Energy-Water Nexus
  • Energy-Transportation Nexus
  • Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems.

The page highlights the need for enterprise control as a paradigm to address the interdisciplinary, complex and timely decisions of today.

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Coordination & Control of Microgrids: A Multi-Agent Platform for Resilient Operation

This week, Dr. Sergio Rivera has presented his recent work on the multi-agent system coordination and control of microgrids for resilient operation at the 2013 Energypath Conference.  This work which was co-developed between the Laboratory for Intelligent Integrated Networks of Engineering Systems and the MIT Mechanical Engineering Mechatronics Research Laboratory represents a new contribution to the application of distributed artificial intelligence to electric power grids towards the promise of resilient smart grids.

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