Real-Time Power and Intelligent Systems (RTPIS) Laboratory is a premier world class research, education and innovation-ecosystem laboratory for smart grid technologies. Smart Grid Research areas include, but not limited to, adaptive devices and intelligent circuits and systems, big data analytics and visualization, computational methods and high performance computing platforms, cyber-physical systems and cyber-security, hardware/software-in-the-loop simulation, micro-grids and nano-grids, plug-in electric and hybrid vehicles, power electronics, power system computation, control, modeling, operation and stability, renewable energy systems, real-time/faster than real-time large scale power system simulation and operational intelligence, sensor networks and synchrophasor technology, signal processing and wide area systems.
The RTPIS lab consists of the following specialized laboratories:
I invite you to explore our activities and provide us with any feedback that will enhance our work.
G. Kumar Venayagamoorthy
Director of the RTPIS Lab and Duke Energy Distinguished Professor