Innovative Approaches for Secure Operation of the Future Electricity Transmission System

In relation to the completion of the SOSPO R&D project ( ) a 2 times half a day event aimed at audience from industry (TSO‘s and manufactures) and academia will be arranged on the 15th-16th of March 2016. The event is arranged as a 2 times half a day event to enable participants from abroad to fly in to Copenhagen in the morning of day 1, and fly back home in the afternoon of day 2 and still being able to attend the scheduled activities.

On the event you can learn more about several ongoing international R&D projects that aim at development of new innovative approaches to ensure a secure operation of the future power systems. Furthermore, demonstration sessions of results for the SOSPO research project will be carried out at the state –of-the-art laboratory facilities PowerLabDK (, at CEE-DTU

Preliminary Program:

Day 1 (15th of March): Ongoing R&D activities focusing on new tools for secure system operation

12:30        Welcome, Jacob Østergaard, Head of CEE, DTU

12:40        TSO’s Future Challenges for Secure System Operation (Tentative
                 title), Per Lund,

13:05        Presentation of ongoing international R&D projects focusing R&D of

                 new innovative tools for secure system operation.

15:15        Demonstration of methods for wide-area stability and security

                 assessment, counter measures and visualization in real-time in PowerLabDK’s

                 control room.

16:15        Panel discussions  -  The future outlook for needed approaches to

                 ensure secure system operation  

17:00        closing remarks for day I (end of the presentation and demonstration


19:00        Dinner and networking for participants, location determined later


Day 2 (16th of March): Ongoing R&D activities focusing on new tools for secure system operation

9:00          Welcome and overview of demonstration activities, Hjörtur

                  Jóhannsson, CEE, DTU

9:20          Parallel demonstration tracks
         – real-time assessment of
security and stability:

  • Early warning  in real-time for the DK-SW 2003 blackout
  • Voltage stability assessment in real-time
  • N-1 static security assessment in real-time
  • Dynamic  security assessment

10:20         Parallel demonstration tracks

                    – wide area countermeasures in real-time:

  • real-time countermeasures against the DK-SW 2003 blackout

  • Wide-area emergency control to avoid system instability

  • Wide-area presumption control to re-establish system security

11:20        Informative visualization of system state  – Demonstration in

                  control room.

12:00        Closing remarks and end of event.


Please reserve the dates for the event in your calendar and register below. And please note, that participation in the event is free of charge, however will the dinner on Day 1cost 350 DKK (approx. 45 EUR) . A participation in the dinner is optional. Please indicate whether you would like to attend the dinner or not, when you register.  


Tue 15 Mar 16 12:30 -
Wed 16 Mar 16 12:00


DTU Elektro