Power Grid Data Management and Analysis
In this seminar, Terence Critchlow talks about ongoing projects at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) that demonstrate use of a flexible, scalable data analysis environment to develop event detection models from real-world power grid data streams.
Dr. Critchlow joined PNNL in 2007 and served as the Chief Scientist for the Scientific Data Management Group in the Computational Sciences and Mathematics Division until he left in 2013. In that role, he led a variety of projects including one focused on large-scale data analysis for power grid sensor data. Prior to joining PNNL, he worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory from 1997-2007 as a postdoc, individual contributor, and finally Principle Investigator. His activities there included data management supporting the Advanced Simulation and Computing program and several data integration, analysis, and dissemination efforts. He is currently a senior member of IEEE and the Association for Computing Machinery. His research interests focus on large-scale data management, metadata, data analysis, OLAP, data integration and dissemination, and scientific workflows.
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