Smart Grid: Networking, Data Management, and Business Models delivers a comprehensive overview of smart grid communications, discussing the latest advances in the technology, the related cyber security issues, and the best ways to manage user demand and pricing.
Comprised of 16 chapters authored by world-renowned experts, this book:
- Considers the use of cognitive radio and software-defined networking in the smart grid
- Explores the space of attacks in the energy management process, the need for a smart grid simulator, and the management issues that arise around smart cities
- Describes a real-time pricing scheme that aims to reduce the peak-to-average load ratio
- Explains how to realize low-carbon economies and the green smart grid through the pervasive management of demand
- Presents cutting-edge research on microgrids, electric vehicles, and energy trading in the smart grid
Thus, Smart Grid: Networking, Data Management, and Business Models provides a valuable reference for utility operators, telecom operators, communications engineers, power engineers, electric vehicle original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), electric vehicle service providers, university professors, researchers, and students.
Table of Contents
Smart Grid Communications. Smart Grid Security and Management. Demand Response Management and Business Models. Microgrids, Electric Vehicles, and Energy Trading.
Hussein T. Mouftah is a distinguished university professor and Tier 1 Canada Research chair in wireless sensor networks in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Ottawa. He was previously a full professor and the associate head of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Queen’s University. He has six years of industrial experience, mainly at Bell Northern Research of Ottawa. He is the author or coauthor of 10 books, 71 book chapters, 14 patents, 144 industrial reports, and more than 1,400 technical papers. He has received numerous prestigious awards. Dr. Mouftah is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Canadian Academy of Engineering, Engineering Institute of Canada, and Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science.
Melike Erol-Kantarci is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Clarkson University. She is also the director of the Networked Systems and Communications Research Lab. Previously, she was the coordinator of the Smart Grid Communications Lab and a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Ottawa. She earned her PhD, MSc, and BSc from Istanbul Technical University. During her PhD studies, she was a Fulbright visiting researcher in the Computer Science Department of the University of California, Los Angeles. Widely published and highly decorated, she is an IEEE senior member and the vice-chair of the Green Smart Grid Communications special interest group of the IEEE Technical Committee on Green Communications and Computing.