This research seminar is the general weekly meeting for faculty, researchers and students of Energy Systems programs.
The seminar welcomes lectures of faculty, invited lectures of top scientists in their research field as well as students’ reports on their own or examined papers.
The scope of presentations covers stability, control, operation, planning, and economics of modern power systems; combined cooling, heat and power generation and renewable energy sources integration, power electronics architecture and control strategies
as well as wide range of interdisciplinary topics.
The seminar takes place every week during November-December, February-May (Terms 2-4, 6-8).
Date and time: October 28, 4 pm;
Speaker: ES MSc Professors;
Title: Introduction meeting.
Date and time: November 11, 4 pm;
Speaker: Dr. Mikhail Pugach;
Title: Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries modeling and performance analysis.
Date and time: November 18, 4 pm;
Speaker: Dr. Oleg Khamisov;
Title: Optimization of frequency control in power systems.
Date and time: November 25, 4 pm;
Speaker: Pedro P. Vergara;
Title: Strategies to Increase the Penetration of Low Carbon Energy Resources into Distribution Networks: Results from the Netherlands.
Date and time: December 2, 4 pm;
Speaker: Timur Sayfutdinov;
Title: Optimal Operation of Li-ion Battery Storage.
Date and time: December 9, 4 pm;
Speaker: Mazhar Ali;
Title: Recent Advances in Computational Methods for the Steady-State Security Assessment.
Date and time: December 16, 5 pm;
Speaker: Vsevolod Chernykh;
Title: Incentive compatibility of algorithms of multi-agent systems in electricity markets.
|Course coordinators: Prof. Elena Gryazina (), Ekaterina Guseva ()|