Eventos de MATLAB y Simulink

MathWorks Energy Speaker Series 2021

The 2021 MathWorks Energy Speaker Series is a forum for researchers and industry practitioners using MATLAB and Simulink to showcase and discuss their state-of-the-art innovations in the areas of generation, transmission, distribution, and smart grid technologies.

MathWorks Energy Speaker Series will feature presentations by international experts on the following topics:

Digitization, Big Data & Visualization

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Asset Performance Management

Predictive Maintenance

Microgrids

Energy Management Systems

Virtual Power Plants

Renewable Energy Integration

Power Systems Operations and Control

Digital Twins for Power System Applications  

Topic

Session Date/Time Duration  
Module 1 - Transmission System Operations – Improving System Performance & Reliability    70 min View recording
Module 2 - Digital Twins for Digital Transformation   70 min View recording
Module 3 –Energy Storage and Power System Control with AI 1 December, 10:00 CET 70 min View recording

Presenters

Module 1:

  1. Barbara Weinzierl, System Operations, Forecast and System Balancing, TenneT TSO GmbH, Germany
  2. Dr. Dominik Schlipf and Simon Remppis, TransnetBW, Germany
  3. Prof. Dr. Martin Wolter and Eric Glende, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany

Module 2:

  1. Dr. Vili Panov, Advisory Key Expert at Siemens Energy and visiting professor of Health Monitoring and Diagnostics in College of Science at University of Lincoln.
  2. Prof. Diego Galar Pascual, Division of Operation and Maintenance Engineering at Luleå University of Technology and Principal researcher in Tecnalia (Spain), heading the Maintenance and Reliability research group within the Division of Industry and Transport.

Module 3:

  1. Dr. Pietro Raboni, Head of System R&D at NHOA and Guido Recalcati, R&D engineer at NHOA
  2. Prof. Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt, UniversitetetiSørøst-Norge and Dr. Francisco Sanchez, Researcher at Loughborough University
  3. Matteo Galgani and Magrini Marco, ENEL, Italy
MathWorks Energy Speaker Series