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The use of computers for simulating real and future systems has a history almost as long as the history of the computer itself. It is a proud history of achievement and contributions to human knowledge and capabilities. There are, however, many major challenges currently facing the power system simulation community: (1)
Size
: +100k lines ... “most complex machine ever built", (2)
Complexity
: nonlinear, hierarchical, and discrete decisions, and (3) Uncertainty: demand and supply (renewable) uncertainties. Looking to the future, power systems modelling and simulation face additional challenges: (i)
unforeseen level of uncertainties
both generation and demand side, where human  behaviour and other non-electricity related phenomenon will increase cognitive uncertainties, (ii) Needs for
nearest real-time decision processes
(markets, operation and control),  (iii) c
olossal deployment of intelligent devices
collecting massive amount of data, (iv)
Integration of several types of energy into a single multi-scale energy syste
m (gas, heating, cooling, transportation, etc.). These driver forces are creating serious doubts about traditional techniques of modelling and simulations for future energy systems. This symposium brings together scholars, scientists and researchers in a collaborative environment to present and discuss issues relating to tendencies in modelling and simulation of future energy systems. It provides an overview on the recent advances, experiences, and challenges from ongoing research activities in these fields and opens the debate to new ideas to improve modelling and simulation techniques.


LOCATION: TU-Delft, Netherlands
DATE: Friday, 26th June 2015

I Symposium on Modelling and Simulation Challenges for Future Sustainable Energy Systems

1. MOTIVATION
2. OBJECTIVE
        TUTORIALS:     09:30-12:30
        SYMPOSIUM:   14:00-19.10 
Share knowledge and create the vision of new modelling and simulation for future sustainable energy systems.
3. DURATION
4. EXPECTED BACKGROUND
Basic understanding of power system dynamic and modelling simulation.
MORNING - TUTORIALS
09:30 Tutorial on emerging metaheuristics
                            Dr Jose Luis Rueda Torres
                            TU Delft, Netherlands

11:00 Tutorial on Modelling Renewables and Storage in
                      PowerFactory
                           Dr F. Gonzalez-Longatt
                           Loughborough University, United Kingdom

AFTERNOON - SYMPOSIUM
14:00 Symposium Chair’s welcome and opening

14:10 “Application of Emerging Metaheuristics in Power
                       System Field”
                            Dr Jose Luis Rueda Torres - TU Delft, Netherlands

14:50 “Modelling of Future Distribution Networks: State-of-the-
                      - Art and Challenges”
                       Dr Luis (Nando) Ochoa -  The University of Manchester, UK

15:30 “Offshore HVDC grids: Advantages and remaining
                      challenges”
                            Dr Dirk Van Hertem - KU Leuven, Belgium

16:10 Coffee break y snacks -Networking time

16:20 “Modeling and Simulation of offshore wind farms”
                            Prof István Erlich - Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany

17:00 “Some ongoing research topics in intelligent power
                       grids”
                             Dr.ir Marjan Popov - TU Delft, Netherlands

17:40 “Co-simulation of Energy Systems”
                             Prof.dr. P. (Peter) Palensky - TU Delft, Netherlands

18:20 “Efficient Dynamic Simulation in PowerFactory”
           Dr Davide Fabozzi - DIgSILENT GmbH, Germany

19:00 Chairs' closing remarks

19:05 “PowerFactory for Power Systems Applications” Book
                      Presentation and Launch
19:10 Close of conference
5. AUDIENCE
This workshop is addressed to scholars, researchers, PhD students, Senior MSc students as well as engineers from industry having research interests in modelling and simulation of power systems.
6. PROGRAMME
7. ORGANIZATION
Conference Chairs


                     Dr Jose Luis Rueda

                      Assistant Professor of Intelligent Electrical Power Grids
                      Delft University of Technology
                      The Netherlands
                                     

                      Dr Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt

                      Lecturer in Electrical Power Systems
                      Loughborough University
                      United Kingdom


Local Organizing Committee
                     
TU Delft IEEE Branch

General Secretary
Swasti Khuntia (S.R.Khuntia@tudelft.nl)
9. SPONSORS
TenneT Netherlands




Student Branch, IEEE TU-Delft





 
8. REGISTRATION
Please register via email to S.R.Khuntia@tudelft.nl 
Maximum number of participants is
80
.
Places are available on a first come first served basis
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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