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Academic Report from the National “One Thousand Talents Program” Researcher Dr. Ni Ming

As invited by the school of NARI Electric and Automation Engineering and the Jiangsu Provincial Engineering Laboratory for Integrated Energy with Electricity-Gas Interconnection, the national One Thousand Talents ProgramExpert Dr. Ni Ming, who is also the chief expert of Power Grid Planning and Analysis from NARI Group Corporation, came to our school for academic exchanges. At 3:30 pm on May 23rd, the academic report titled Security Defence of the Cyber-Physical Power System was held in the conference room 328 of Building 1 at Zijin Campus. The meeting was chaired by Associate Professor Wang Qi of our school and the teachers and graduate students in relevant fields attended this academic report.

Dr. Ni Ming, who is both researcher level senior engineer and Ph.D. supervisor, is the national One Thousand Talents Programexpert and also the specially appointed chief expert of the power grid planning and analysis from NARI Group Corporation and the State Grid Corporation of China. Dr. Ni Ming is mainly engaged in the research and development of power system security stability analysis and control, power system planning, power market, power information physical system modelling, analysis, and simulation.

The theme of this report is The Cyber-Physical Power System's Security Defence. In this report, Dr. Ni Ming has used the research work of recent years as an example to highlight the structure and implementation method of grid-side active defence systems that deal with communication risks and malicious attack risks. With the development of smart grids, the integration of power grids and communication information systems is becoming more and more important, which make the modern grids become a typical Cyber-Physical System. Therefore, the traditional grid security and stability defence system needs to be expanded in terms of functionality to cope with the threat posed by communication failures and malicious information attacks. Dr. Ni Ming gave a detailed introduction on the existing defence and stability defence systems for power grids, grid security and stability defence systems that consider communication risks, and grid-side active defence systems which respond to network attacks.

Dr. Ni Ming attracted all the participants with his exquisite analysis, unique insights and enriched content, and won warm applause from teachers and students. After the report, Dr. Ni Ming had a deep interaction with the teachers and students and answered the questions raised by them. Every teacher and student benefited greatly.

School of NARI Electric and Automation Engineering

Jiangsu Provincial Engineering Laboratory for
Integrated Energy with Electricity-Gas Interconnection