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Paper Presentation

Congratulations to Noah Gruman for presenting his fine work in the paper “Laboratory Tests of Distribution Feeder Protection Response with Inverter-Based Resources” for the 2023 IEEE 17th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS) held on 23rd – 26th August, 2023 at the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.

Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR S3OK Year 3 Academy Meeting

PhD student Srijana Shrestha represented the Moses Lab and Sustainable Infrastructure Group at the Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR S3OK Year 3 Academy meeting. The event is part of the 5 year Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR Track-1 RII Award – Socially Sustainable Solutions for Water, Carbon, and Infrastructure Resilience in Oklahoma bringing together dozens of Oklahoma researchers and distinguished practitioners from many industries to discuss new science and evaluate promising connections, collaborations and potential solutions to some of Oklahoma’s greatest challenges.

Congratulations to Noah Gruman

We would like to congratulate Noah Gruman for his well-deserved graduation in his B.S. in Engineering Physics and for securing a job position at the Oklahoma Gas & Electric Corp. utility. Noah made extraordinary contributions to the Moses Lab since joining the group in 2021. His research output has been outstanding and he was instrumental in building several key cyber-physical test setups to a professional standard that will be used for many years to come.

We would also like to congratulate others in the 2023 graduation class who have taken power courses offered by the Moses Lab and recently secured jobs in the energy sector including the Southwest Power Pool, Oklahoma Gas & Electric Corp, and Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority.

Research Award Recognition

Dr. Moses’ NSF CAREER research award was recognized at the 2023 OU Research and Creative Activity Awards Banquet. It was also publicized in several news outlets.

Solar storms behind Northern Lights could be a problem for future N.W.T. power grids | CBC News

How Aurora Borealis Affects Renewable Energy Incorporated Grids (azocleantech.com)

How could the Aurora Borealis affect energy grids when renewables are added to the mix? (yahoo.com)

How could the Aurora Borealis affect energy grids when renewables are added to the mix?

U.S. Navy Distinguished Visitors Program

Dr. Moses was part of a group from all over the U.S. that was invited to participate in the U.S. Navy’s Distinguished Visitors program. Dr. Moses had the privilege of flying out on an Osprey and landing aboard the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson for a two-day overnight stay at sea. The group also got to tour the USS Scranton (SSN-756) submarine. Thank you to the U.S. Navy for providing this unique opportunity to experience naval operations at sea.

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