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  1. POWER AFFILIATES PROGRAM

  2. M. Stanley Helm 1911 – 1938 1938 – 1982 1982 - 2003

  3. A Salute to our Affiliates Alliant Energy Ameren BP America Central Illinois Light Company City Water Light & Power Electrical Manufacturing & Coil Winding Association Exelon MidAmerican Energy PowerWorld Corporation S&C Electric Co. Sargent & Lundy Engineers

  4. Finances Income • Income carried over from the calendar year 2001 $ 36,758 • Total income during calendar year 2002 57,000 • Total available income during calendar year 2002 $ 93,758 Expenditure • Personnel and Services $ 21,657 • Materials/Supplies/Equipment 3,630 • Transportation/Travel 2,323 • Total expenditures $ 27,610 Balance as of December 31, 2002 • Funds available during calendar year 2002 $ 66,148

  5. Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Areas:Bioengineering and AcousticsCircuits and Signal ProcessingCommunication and ControlComputational Science and EngineeringComputer EngineeringElectromagnetics, Optics and Remote SensingMicroelectronics and Quantum ElectronicsPower and Energy Systems

  6. The Power and Energy Systems Area includes:Large-Scale Power SystemsPower ElectronicsElectric Machines and DrivesPower System Economics/Restructuring

  7. P. Chapman (Machines, Drives, Power Electronics, Circuits)G. Gross (System Economics, Planning and Regulatory Policy)M. S. Helm, Emeritus (Power Affiliates Program Coordinator)P. T. Krein (Power Electronics, Machines, Electrostatics)T. J. Overbye (Dynamics, Stability and System Operations)M. A. Pai (Dynamics, Stability and Computational Methods)P. W. Sauer (Modeling and Simulation of Machines and Systems)

  8. COURSESECE 271GG Techniques for Engineering DecisionsECE 330 Power Circuits and ElectromechanicsECE 333 Electric MachineryECE 364 Power ElectronicsECE 369 Power Electronics LaboratoryECE 376 Power System Analysis I

  9. ECE 371HEV Hybrid Electric VehicleECE 371AHV Advanced Hybrid Automotive SystemsECE 371FEC Future Energy ChallengeECE 336 Advanced Electric MachineryECE 378 Power System Analysis II

  10. ECE 452 Computer Methods in Network AnalysisECE 468 Modeling and Control of ElectromechanicsECE 473 Operation and Control of Power SystemsECE 476 Dynamics and Stability of Power SystemsECE 488 Electric Resources Planning ECE 490 Power and Energy Systems Area SeminarECE 497 Special Topics

  11. POWER AND ENERGY SYSTEM AREA GRADUATES1950-1970 Annual Ave 1970-1980 Annual Ave B.S.E.E. - 25 B.S.E.E. - 44M.S.E.E. - 3 M.S.E.E. - 71980-1990 Annual Ave 1990-2000 Annual Ave B.S.E.E. - 32 B.S.E.E. - 37 M.S.E.E. - 5 M.S.E.E. - 7 Ph.D. - 2 Ph.D. - 22000-2001 2001-2002 B.S.E.E. - 36 B.S.E.E. - 36 M.S.E.E. - 8 M.S.E.E. - 8 Ph.D. - 3 Ph.D. - 3 For 2002-2003 the numbers are 43, 8, 2

  12. ACTIVITIES Hawaiian International Conf. on System Science IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference EEI Transmission Business School Engineering Open House – 1,000 visitors ECE 333 class trip – Emerson Motor Corp.

  13. Future Energy Challenge meetings American Power Conference (+six students) Grainger Awards – 25 students - $6,000 each IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems Power Systems Computation and Control Conference IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference

  14. IEEE Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting Power Engineering Basics Short Course IEEE INTELEC Conference IEEE Industry Applications Conference EMCWA - Conference and Exposition (+12 students) North American Power Symposium

  15. PSERC IAB and EC meetingsNSF, DOD, CERTS, project review meetings NSF workshops and review panels Hosted 8 guest speakers for seminars on campusPresented 15 invited external seminarsPresented 21 internal seminars on campus

  16. Research Funded by Other Sources: “The Power Affiliates Program Funding Was Leveraged More Than 20 to 1”

  17. Grainger FoundationPower Systems Engineering Research CenterNational Science FoundationU. S. Department of EnergyU. S. Department of Defense

  18. Motorola U. S. State Department Italian Fulbright Commission Illinois Commerce Commission Electric Power Research Institute Richard Lounsbery Foundation

  19. Cornell Arizona State Illinois Georgia Tech Wisconsin Iowa State Berkeley Texas A&M Washington State Howard Carnegie Mellon Wichita St. Colorado School of Mines POWER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTER A NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (NSF) INDUSTRY/UNIVERSTIY COOPERATIVE RESEARCH CENTER (I/UCRC)

  20. ABB Alcatel Allegheny Power Alliant Energy ALSTOM EAI American Electric Power American Transmission Company Arizona Public Service California ISO CenterPoint Energy

  21. Duke Energy Entergy EPRI Exelon GE Power Systems Institut de Recherche d'Hydro-Quebec (IREQ) ISO - New England MidAmerican Energy Mitsubishi Electric National Grid USA

  22. National Renewable Energy Lab New York ISO NxtPhase Omaha Public Power District Oncor Pacific Gas and Electric PJM Interconnection Powertech Labs PowerWorld Corp. RTE - EDF

  23. Salt River Project Southern Company Steel Tube Institute of North America Tennessee Valley Authority Tri-State Generation and Transmission U.S. Department of Energy Western Area Power Administration

  24. Research Stem Areas Markets T&D Technologies Systems www.pserc.wisc.edu

  25. Consortium for Electric Reliability Technology Solutions (CERTS) DOE - $5M line item • Lawrence Berkeley Labs • Electric Power Group • PSERC • Sandia National Labs • Oak Ridge National Labs

  26. CERTS is a research provider to DOE in the area of power system reliability. • Reliability Technology and Issues • Real-Time System Control • Distributed Resources • Reliability and Markets

  27. Grainger Center for Electric Machinery and Electromechanics

  28. POWER AFFILIATES PROGRAM