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Continued ecosystem adoption of oneAPI is ongoing with new Centers of Excellence being established. One, the Open Zettascale Lab at the University of Cambridge, is focused on porting significant exascale candidate codes to oneAPI, including CASTEP, FEniCS and AREPO. The center offers courses and workshops with experts teaching oneAPI methodologies and tools for compiling and porting code and optimizing performance. In total, 30 oneAPI Centers of Excellence have been established.
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Sebastian Hubschneider finished his studies of electrical engineering and information technology at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in June 2015 with the academic degree Master of Science. During his time at the University, he specialized in power engineering with a focus on energy grids and the energy sector in general, including markets and the economy.
Since July 2015, Sebastian works as a research associate at the Institute of Electric Energy Systems and High-Voltage Technology (IEH), KIT. His research focuses on Power Hardware-in-the-Loop systems in conjunction with energy grids and electrical equipment.
Charalambos Konstantinou is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science (CS) and Affiliate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering Division (CEMSE) of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Thuwal, Saudi Arabia. He is the Principal Investigator of the Secure Next Generation Resilient Systems Lab (SENTRY) and a member of the Resilient Computing and Cybersecurity Center (RC3) at KAUST. His research interests are in secure, trustworthy, and resilient cyber-physical and embedded IoT systems. He is also interested in critical infrastructures security and resilience with a special focus on smart grid technologies, renewable energy integration, and real-time simulation.
Since the study focuses on the ATENEA microgrid, which is composed of lithium, flow and lead-acid energy storage systems, a gen-set, programmable loads, one electric car, solar generation and grid connection, this system has been modelled and then simulated in an OPAL-RT target.
Smart grid applications, especially those focusing on the coordination of distributed flexibilities, include many devices governed by increasingly complex software architectures, all linked together by communication technology. In theory, some of these applications would have the potential to revolutionize the way the grid is being operated. However, in practice they are met with skepticism due to the uncertainties and vulnerabilities that these systems might introduce. Therefore, exhaustive testing and validation steps need to be undertaken before deployment to guarantee reliability. Approaching this task manually is extremely time-consuming and error prone. In this presentation we show an approach to automatically generate cyber-physical test beds which allow the evaluation of such applications. The proposed method uses PSAL (Power System Automation Language) to describe the cyber-physical system under test, i.e., the electrical network, the sensors, the actuators, as well as the various controllers/software components and their interconnections. Several model generators parse the PSAL code, and they automatically build a real-time simulation of the physical system; they establish various interfaces for the controllers to interact with the sensors and actuators; they package the controllers and deploy them to their designated locations; and they configure the data collection framework to enable the recording and analysis of experiment data.
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