As part of the “Increasing Real-Time and Day-Ahead Market Efficiency Through Improved Software” conference, Artelys presented, in partnership with RTE (French Transmission System Operator), our work realized within the European research project, iTesla.

The presentation focused on developing an automatic filtering methodology to identify a stable state or a potentially unstable state of an electrical network. The methodology, called progressive filtering, has been implemented successfully on real datasets of thousands of nodes, using the nonlinear solver, KNITRO 8.1.

Presentations from the June conference included:
Ziena Optimization, LLC, Solving MPEC Models with the KNITRO Nonlinear Solver
Artelys & RTE, Large-Scale Optimal Power Flow with No Guarantee on Feasibility

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