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Making Electric Power Grids Resilient and Secure

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What are we working on at the U 
of Minnesota ?
• Integrating PHEVs into the grid
• Grid agents as smart and distributed computer
• Fast power grid simulation and risk assessment
• More Secure and Smarter Grid
• Security of cyber‐physical infrastructure
University of Minnesota Center for Smart Grid Technologies (2003‐present)
Dept. of  Electrical & Computer Engineering
Faculty: Professors Massoud Amin and Bruce Wollenberg 
PhD Candidates/Research Assistants: Anthony Giacomoni, Jesse Gantz, Laurie Miller, and Sara 
Mullen (PhD 9/9)
PI: M. Amin (support from EPRI, NSF, Honeywell, SNL, ORNL, and UofM funding)
Center for Smart
Grid Technologies
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