Invited Speakers

(* = to be confirmed)

 

Marco Aiello (University of Groningen): Dynamic prices and services for the smart grid

Tom Brown (Frankfurt Institute of Advanced Studies): Electricity system optimization

Martin Greiner (Aarhus): Design of a fully renewable European energy system – challenges for system engineering, applied mathematics and physics of complex networks

Jobst Heitzig (PIK Potsdam): Coalition formation between power grid operators as an example of possible strategic interactions caused by increases in renewable energy

Philippe Jacquod  (HES-SO VALAIS-WALLIS):  The energy transition and electric power grids : some (randomly and not so randomly) chosen challenges

David Kleinhans (Next Energy Oldenburg): Challenges in complex renewable energy systems

Günter Knieps (University of Freiburg): Developments in network charging: g-component and locational pricing

Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs (FZ Jülich): Energy scenarios

Jürgen Kurths (PIK Potsdam): Collective dynamics and self-organization of power grids

Albert Moser  (RWTH Aachen Center for Flexible Electrical Networks): Power systems and power economics

Pierre-Andre Noël (University of California Davis):  Criticality and cycles: stylized models for understanding cascading failures in power grids 

Joachim Peinke (University of Oldenburg): The nature of wind and solar energy and its impact on the stability of networks

Antonio Scala (University La Sapienza, Roma): Self-healing networks: Redundancy and structure

Stefan Schramm* (FIAS Frankfurt): Complex renewable energy networks

Rudolf Sollacher (Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, München) Smart Grids

Thomas Walter (Easy Smart Grid, Karlsruhe)  The Concept of Easy Smart Grid

Dirk Witthaut (FZ Jülich): Complex networks and power grids

Yang Yang (Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems, Northwestern University, Evanston): Power grid observability and the large-scale modeling of failures

Companies taking part on the Conference Industry Day
(June 22, 2016)

EWE-Netz (Oldenburg): Roles & responsibilities: the borderline between TSO and DSO

TransnetBW (Stuttgart): Roles & responsibilities: the borderline between TSO and DSO

TSO 50Hertz (Berlin): Risk & regulation: how to deal with risks in transmission investments?

TSO Amprion (Dortmund): Developments in network charging: g-component and locational pricing