PNDC workshop on Smart Grid communications:

The PNDC is actively working in the latest Smart Grid communications technologies such as next-generation communication networks, (i.e. 5G/LTE, SD-WAN. MPLS, Fibre networks and IoT), virtualisations, Cloud integration and cyber security. The PNDC workshop on Smart Grid communications aims to bring together utility operators, academic institutions, industry associations, and regulators along with the technology and telecoms providers to discuss challenges, share knowledge and present solutions needed to deliver secure, robust and reliable services to the future of the smart grid and help shaping the future of global energy solutions.


Full Programme and Agenda:

The PNDC-SGC workshop will feature presentations and discussions from industry, academic and government presenters.


The  free registration link to the workshop can be found in the link below:

IEEE Smartnets 2021 – PNDC Workshop Tickets, Thu 23 Sep 2021 at 09:00 | Eventbrite

Zoom meeting details are included in the Eventbrite link.


The complete agenda of the workshop is presented in the following . 



Organizing Committee:

Workshop Chairs

James Irvine, University of Strathclyde, UK

Steven Whyte, PNDC, University of Strathclyde, UK


Workshop Co-chair

Kinan Ghanem, PNDC, University of Strathclyde, UK


Publicity and Marketing Chair

Sarah Beveridge, PNDC, University of Strathclyde, UK



The PNDC workshop on Smart Grid communications will be held virtually via zoom,  on Thursday the 23th of September. Zoom meeting details will be shared with the attendees by email.



The event will feature speakers among various companies and research institutes. 

We are pleased to have as distinguised speakers:

  • Mr. Nigel Nawacki, Nokia, UK
  • Mr. Richard Wiles, Trilliant, UK
  • Mr. Julian Stafford, EUTC, UK
  • Mr. Howard Downey, Scottish Power Energy Networks (SPEN), UK
  • Prof. Greig Paul, Strathclyde University, UK





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Contact us:
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