ISESO 2018
Important Dates

Program

The program will be updated continuously.

The following table lists the conference programm of both days. Please note, that the program still is preliminary and thus might change substantially before the conference starts.

A pdf version of the programm is available: iseso2018_preliminary_program.pdf.

Day 110th of October, 2018
10:00Opening & welcome coffee
10:30Keynote:
 Modelling societal and governance drivers within an techno-economic energy systems context
 Professor Neil Strachan, Director of the University College London UCL Energy Institute
1st Session:Planning and operation of distribution grids
11:30Cost optimal design of ZENs energy system
 Dimitri Pinel, NTNU Trondhei
12:00Dimensioning of battery storage as temporary equipment during grid reinforcement caused by electric vehicles
 Lukas Held, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (IEH)
12:30Lunch break & networking
2nd Session:Demand response
13:30A discussion of mixed integer linear programming models of thermostatic loads in demand response
 Carlos Henggeler Antunes, University of Coimbra
14:00Modelling interactions between market power and demand response
  Mel Devine, University College Dublin
14:30Weighted fair queuing as a scheduling algorithm for deferrable loads in smart grids improving distress distibution over a greedy strategy
 Tuncer Haslak, FAU Erlangen
15:00Coffee break
3nd Session:Optimal power flow 1
15:30Policy optimization for optimal power flow under uncertainty
 Tillmann Mühlpfordt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (IAI)
16:00 Distributed optimal power flow – feasibility vs. optimality
 Alexander Engelman, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (IAI)
16:30ADMM based decoupling techniques for unit commitment problems considering grid restrictions
 Viktor Seldnev, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (IIP)
17:00End of the first conference day
18:30Dinner & networking
 
Day 211th of October, 2018
4th Session:Energy system integration
08:30A green copper concept: on the design of a full-renewable energy supply for its production
 Simón Moreno Leiva, Stuttgart University
09:00Effects of power changes on the gas network / Optimal control of coupled power and gas networks
 Eike Fokken, Mannheim University
09:30Coffee break
10:00Keynote:
 Modelling challenges for energy systems integration – The good, the bad and the ugly
 Mark O’Malley, Chief Scientist, Energy Systems Integration and Senior Research Fellow at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA
5th Session:Optimal power flow 2 (AC/DC)
11:00Security analysis for embedded HVDC in transmission grids
 Susanne Schmitt, ABB Ladenburg
11:30Decentralized optimal power flow in hybrid AC-DC grids
 Nico Meyer-Hübner, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (IEH)
12:00Lunch break & networking
13:00Panel discussion
 Bridging the gap between mathematical modelling and policy support
  
14:00Coffee break
6th Session:Transmission and generation expansion
14:30The cost-benefit of transmission expansion in a sector-coupled, highly-renewable European energy scenario
 Tom Brown, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (IAI)
15:00 The performance of planning reserve constraints to deal with demand uncertainty in long-term planning models
 Tim Mertens, KU Leuven
15:30Generation and transmission expansion in Uganda: The cost of minimising sub-national energy inequalities
 Philipp Andrew Trotter, University of Bath
16:00Summary & closing

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