Seminar on Nonlinear Dynamics, Optimization and Control of Distributed Energy Systems
The 661st Wilhelm and Else Heraeus seminar took place between January 28 to January 31 in the German city Bad Honnef. The seminar successfully brought together PhD students, postdocs from Germany and all over Europe with international experts from academia and industry. The main focus of the seminar were modelling and analysis of complex energy networks and challenges in the design and operation of future energy grids.
Thomas Schütz represented the EBC with his presentation on the "Optimal design of decentralized energy conversion systems for smart electricity grids using decomposition methods".
Additional information on the seminar can be found here.