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Technical Challenges and Barriers Affecting Turbo-electric and Hybrid Electric Aircraft Propulsion – Ajay Misra

Dealing with Complexity in Engineered Systems – Jimmie McEver

Electric Utility Industry Transformation Provides Insight for the Future of Aviation – Wanda Reder

Terrestrial Energy Systems Program

Track 1: Systems Engineering / MBSE in Complex Systems

Session A – Model-based SE LifeCycle Process

Lean Startup Method (LSM) for Collaborative Initial Planning of a Micro-Grid Reference Model MBSE Project – Michael Pafford

MBSE Initial Stages for P&E and Generic MicroGrid Model – L. Mark Walker

How to Write one “Good” Requirements – Stephen Waugh

Session B – MicroGrid Resiliency

Quantitative Resiliency Analysis of a Microgrid – Myron Hecht

Digital Thread LC – is MBSE Weaving the Fabric – J. Hummel (not available)

Session C – Pattern-based Methods

MBSE Patterns: Public, Private, and Hybrid Leverage – William Schindel

21st Century Energy Management; Big Data Analytics – Joseph Marvin

Session D – Systems Engineering & Complexity

Adopting Model Based Systems Engineering – M. Michael Briggs

Adopting Model Based Systems Development – Brian Ladson

Session E – MicroGrid System Models

DC Power as the Foundation for a Resilient, Reliable and Sustainable Future and the Role of Electrical System Modeling – David Geary

Applying MBSE to Develop a Microgrid Reference Model – Sanford Friedenthal

Grid Recovery Process Model – Casey Shull

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Track 2: Energy System Security & Critical Infrastructure

Session A – Critical Infrastructure & SE

Applying SE to Securing the Energy Future – Michael deLamare

Water & Wastewater – Mary Lasky

Health System Resiliency following an Electromagnetic Pulse – Richard Krieg

Session B – Resiliency Standards

Standards in Control Systems – Jim Hietala

Energy System Protection for Grid Resiliency – Xianyong Feng

Intelligent Distributed Controls for Successful Microgrid Implementation – Peter Curtiss

Session C – Resiliency in Practice

Elements of AEP’s Resiliency Strategy – Robert Bradish

EMP Strategic View – David Ball

IPERC’S Microgrid Solution: A Key Tool for Maximizing Microgrid Value – Brad Luyster

Session D – Security Policy for IT / OT

Current Guidance on ICS Cyber Security for Small and Medium Businesses – J. Long

What does NIST Cybersecurity Framework Mean to Industry? – John DiMaria

Session E – Resiliency, Governance & Communications

Resiliency Depends on Speed of Activation; Emergency Communications – John Dew

Building a Resilient Community – Walter Topp

ICS/SCAD Cyber Security Risks – Strategies and Best Practices – K. Brown

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Track 3: Energy Policy, DER & Grid Evolution

Session A – Distributed Energy Resources: Gov / PUCO Policy

Considerations for a Modern Distribution Grid – Joe Paladino

PUCO PowerForward Initiative – Krystina Schaefer

Ohio’s Policy on Distributed Energy Resources – Mahila Christopher

Session B – Panel Discussion: Intro: Digital Substations IEC61830

IEC 61850 – Tim Walker

Designing the Substation of the Future – T. Smith

Session C – Electricity Markets

Building an Offshore Wind Industry in the Great Lakes – Lorry Wagner

Improving Understanding of Electricity Markets via Immersive Training – Vincenzo Liberatore

Session D – Microgrid development – Cuyahoga County

Cuyahoga County Microgrid Planning Project – Andrew Thomas

Valuing Resiliency; How End Users can Estimate the Marginal Value of Resilient Power – Andrew Thomas / Marc Henning

Microgrid Design Factors for Economic Analysis – Ali Ahmed

Session E – Renewables & MicroGrids

Future Energy Systems: Challenges and Opportunities to Improves Reliability and Resiliency – Kenneth Loparo

Energy / Resiliency Master Plan Development – Going Beyond IRR Only Microgrid Justification – Why DC Matters – Tim Martinson

DC Microgrids for resilient cities – T. Hill

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Aeronautics Technology and Systems Program

Track 4: Vehicle Systems / System of Systems

Session A – Autonomous Control_1

NASA ARC Autonomy Operating System for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles – A. Bajwa

Smart COordination of UAV Teams (SCOUT): Intelligent Swarm Management – Dick Stottler

Session B – Simulation & Analytics_1

A Lagrangian Approach to Modeling, Simulating and Controlling Dynamics of Turboelectric Distributed Propulsion (TeDP) – Marija Ilic

SAE Simulation and Modeling Standard – E. Walters

NASA GRC Turbo-electric and Hybrid electric R&D portfolio – S. Schnulo

Session C – Vehicle Systems_1

Aurora Flight Sciences Lightning Strike – M. Ruith

STARC-ABL Software – Harry Olar

MIT Double Bubble – D. Hall

Session D – Vehicle Systems_2

Modeling and Control for Turboelectric Aircraft – Aiden Dowdle

Electric Propulsion: Challenges and Opportunities – Vera Fosnot

Leading Edge Aeronautics Research for NASA: Feasibility of Electrified Propulsion for Ultra-Efficient Commercial Aircraft – David Hall

Session E – Testing/Testbeds_1

Energy Systems – Electrification & Integration – N. Garrigan

NASA Electric Aircraft Testbed (NEAT) Overview – J. Hill

NASA GRC NRA Portfolio – Ralph Jansen

Session F – Vehicle Control

Can HELM and Big Data Techniques (ML Methods) Jointly Improve Fault Detection? – Antonio Trias

Convergent Aeronautics Solutions Remote Current Differential Sensing – Paul Nowak/Brent Gardner

Intelligent, Autonomous Electrical Power System Management and Distribution – Dick Stottler

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Track 5: Distributed Aero Electrical Systems

Session A – Simulation & Analytics_2

Simulation Environment for Power Management and Distribution Development; Controls Modeling – Benjamin Loop

NASA GRC NEAT modeling and simulation – E Stalcup

Simulation Environment for Power Management and Distribution Development; Hybrid Modeling – Benjamin Loop

Session B – Autonomous Control_2

Overview of Intelligent Power Controller Development for the Deep Space Gateway – Jeffrey Csank

PCKrause/CWRU STTR – M. Hong

Extending the Holomorphic Embedding Loadflow Mehtoad for NASA DC Systems– Bradley Glenn

Session C – Electrical Control

University of Utah DFIM control – M. Bodson

OSU Power Electronics Development – Longya Xu

Youngstown State U. Digital control for power electronics – Frank Li

Session D – Testing/Testbeds_2

NASA Electric Aircraft Testbed (NEAT) Overview: Preliminary Testing of EMI and Thermal Effects of X-57 “Maxwell” Traction Bus Wiring Configuration and Material Selection – George Saad

NASA GRC NEAT System Test – H Olar

Control Demonstration of Multiple Doubly-Fed Induction Motors for Hybrid Electric Propulsion – David Sadey

Session E – Autonomous Control

OSU Intelligent Power Systems – Mahesh Illindala

Overview of Intelligent Power Systems for Future Aircraft – Chad Miller

Intelligent Autonomous Power Systems – Fernando Figueroa

Session F – Electrical Systems

Interagency Advanced Power Group – Randall Furnas

Safran Electric Technology – E. Kline

NETSS STTR Phase II – S. Cvijic/E Allen

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Track 6: Turbo/hybrid Electric Components

Session A – Motor/Generator_1

Mega-Watt Class High Voltage, Variable Frequency, Propulsor Power Unit – Joe Beno

OSU Brushless DFIM – Longya Xu

Aerospace Industry Megawatt M/G – TBD

Session B – Power Electronics

Very High Frequency Power Electronics: Research Directions and New Applications – Juan Rivas

QorTek SBIR PEBB development – R. Bird

University of Illinois Switched DFIM – A. Banerjee

Session C – Materials_1

Multilayered Functional Insulation System (MFIS) for AC Power Transmission in High Voltage Hybrid Electric Propulsion – Maricela Lizcano

DexMat CNT Products – Alberto Goenaga

Magnetic Materials Enabling Electrified Aircraft Propulsion – Cheryl Bowman

Session D – Materials_2

Structured Material Industries STTR Phase I – G. Tompa

NASA LaRC HVHEP self-healing insulation – M. Siochi

NASA Fellowship – ASU – V. Nguyen

Session E – Thermal

NASA GRC Advanced heat management for turbo-electric aircraft – R. Dyson

Use of Machine Learning Methodologies in Electro-Thermal System Modeling, Monitoring and Operation – Antonio Trias

NASA GRC X57 power electronics – D. Avanesian

Session F – Motor/Generator_2

Compact Additively Manufactured Innovative Electric Motor – Michael Halbig

Technology Roadmap for Large Electrical Machines – Joe Beno

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