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Program Energy-Open 2017

Wednesday 17 May 2017

18.00 - 20.00 Faculty Club, Proffenbar (building no. 42)
Informal get-together with drinks and registration

Thursday 18 May 2017

9.00 - 10.00 Hal B (building no. 13)
Registration and Coffee
10.00 - 11.00 Waaier WA3 , van Hasselt zaal (building no 12)
Opening + Keynote Henrik Lund (Aalborg University, Denmark):
Smart Energy Systems and the Danish Plans for Renewable Energy
Coffee break (in front of Waaier 3)
11.15 - 11.45 Waaier WA3 , van Hasselt zaal
Invited talk
Madeleine Gibescu (Eindhoven University of Technology):
Machine learning methods for on-line prediction and optimal resource allocation in smart buildings and grids -
11.50 - 12.30 Parallel Session (Carré CR 3A)
Frank Leferink
  • Werner van Westering: Assessing the Voltages and Currents in a large Dutch Regional Power Distribution Grid -

  • Frank Leferink: Electromagnetic Interference in Smart Grids -
Parallel Session (Carré CR 3B)
Marco Gerards
  • Thijs van der Klauw: Assessing the Potential of Residential HVAC Systems for Demand-Side Management -

  • Jiri Fink: Earliest deadline control of an energy source and a group of heatpumps with uncertain demand -
Lunch (Foyer Ravelijn, building no. 10)
13.30 - 14.10 Parallel Session (Carré CR 3A)
Anne Remke
  • Justyna Chromik: A Testbed for locally Monitoring SCADA Networks in Smart Grids -

  • Bart Homan: A simple yet accurate model for battery State of Charge prediction -
Parallel Session (Carré CR 3B)
Madeleine Gibescu
  • Andrew Reimers: Unit-Commitment Framework for Estimating the Operational and Economic Impact of Grid-Level Solar PV Generation in Kuwait -

  • Gijs de Goeijen: Improving the Integer Linear Programming Model for an Ecovat Buffer by Adding a Global Planning -
14.30 - 16.30 Waaier WA4. Berkhoff zaal
PhD defence Richard van Leeuwen
Title: Towards 100% renewable energy supply for urban areas and the role of smart control -
17.00 - 18.30 City walk Enschede
Start: entrance Grote Kerk, Oude Markt, Enschede (map)
19.00 - 22.00 Conference Dinner
Location: Humphrey's Restaurant
(Noorderhagen 42, 7511 EL, Enschede, tel. +31 53 4837763) (map)

Friday 19 May 2017

8.30 - 9.00 Coffee + registration (in front of Waaier WA3, van Hasselt zaal, floor 1, building no. 12)
9.00 - 10.00 Waaier WA3, van Hasselt zaal
Keynote Robert E. Hebner (University of Texas at Austin, USA):
The US Grid in the 21st Century; A Focus of UT R&D -
Coffee break (in front of Waaier WA3, van Hasselt zaal)
10.30 - 12.10 Parallel Session (Carré CR 3A)
Gerwin Hoogsteen
  • Alessandro Zocca: Assessing safe operating regions in power grids under uncertainty -
  • Baljinnyam Sereeter: The Newton power flow method for unbalanced three-phase distribution networks -
  • Boyuan Wei: Model-free Distributed Control of Microgrids via Broadcast Signals -
  • Debarati Bhaumik: Mitigating Large Power Spills in a Stand-Alone System with Wind Generation and Storage -
  • A. Shekhar: Electric Cables in Ships and Cities - Can Higher dc Voltage be Imposed as Compared to ac? -
Parallel Session (Carré CR 3B)
Johann Hurink
  • Stefan Nykamp: The holy grail of flexibility usage - multi-use-operation of batteries in future energy systems -
  • Phuong Nguyen: DISPATCH 2: Energy Flexibility from Large Prosumers in the Urban Area -
  • Diego Quintero Pulido: Storage sizing and validation of an off-grid house: a case in the US and in the Netherlands -
  • G.R. Chandra Mouli: Charging Electric Vehicles from Solar Energy: Integrated Converter and Charging Algorithms -
Lunch (Waaier, Bovenring)
13.10 - 14.30 Parallel Session (Carré CR 3A)
Albert Molderink
  • Timi Labeodan: Neighborhood Energy Flexibility Demand Management Systems -
  • Joke Kort: Creating successful transitions in energy -
  • Imke Lammers: Accelerating Design and Implementation of Smart Energy Systems - An Institutional Challenge -
  • Jarno Dakhorst: New agreements to enable energy transition -
Parallel Session (Carré CR 3B)
Gerard Smit
  • Gerwin Hoogsteen: DEMKit: A Flexible Smart Grid Simulation and Demonstration Platform Written in Python -
  • Brida Mbuwir: Reinforcement Learning-Based Battery Energy Management in a Solar Microgrid -
  • Marco Gerards: A Mechanism Design for a Sustainable Integration of Renewable Energy -
  • Delaram Azari: Assessing the Impact of Uncertainty of Input Data on the Executed Flexibility of the Residential Load in Smart Electricity Grids -
Coffee break (in front of Waaier WA3, van Hasselt zaal)
15.00 - 16.00 Waaier WA3, van Hasselt zaal
Invited talks
  • William van Niekerk (Liandon): The relation between sustainability and technology -
  • Pavol Bauer (Delft University of Technology): Roadmap towards Direct Current: How direct will the future electricity be? -
16.00 - 16.10 Waaier WA3, van Hasselt zaal
Closing session
16.30 - 18.30 Waaier WA4, Berkhoff zaal
PhD defence Thijs van der Klauw
Title: Decentralized Energy Management with Profile Steering -