Transformation of the traditional grid into a more interactive version with active participation of end consumers, dynamic pricing, efficient energy generation, transmission and distribution, integration of renewable energy sources, elimination of power outages, line losses and theft, grid reliability etc., making use of the advancements in IT and Communications, define most of the scope of how the Smart Grid of today is envisaged.
The application of state of the art communication technologies to save lives, energy, money, environment and security of commuters constitutes an Intelligent Transportation System.
Current and Future Trends in Smart Grid based Implementations and Solutions” A.R. Khattak, S. A. Mahmud, G. M Khan, IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, ISSN: 1540-7977, In press, 2011.
Short-Term Daily Peak Load Forecasting Using Fast Learning Neural Networks”, Gul Muhammad Khan, Shahid Khan, Fahad Ullah, 11th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and Applications, ISDA’2011.
Where is the Brain inside the Brain? On Why Artificial Neural Networks should be Developmental”, Gul Muhammad Khan, Julian F.Miller, International Journal of Memetic Computing, 2011, In press.
Evolution of Cartesian Genetic Programs for Development of Learning Neural Architecture”, Gul Muhammad Khan, Julian F. Miller, David M. Halliday, Journal of Evolutionary Computation, in press, 2011.
The Founders/Project Directors of CISNR
Dr. Gul Muhammad Khan
Dr. Sahibzada Ali Mahmud