SmartER Europe 2016 - Program


Plenary: Room L

9:00 - 9:10Welcome
Key Notes
9:10 - 10:05 Future Energy Systems - Autonomous Control, self-sufficient Energy Infrastructures and Big Data
Peter Birkner
, University of Wuppertal, Germany
10:05 - 11:00 Smart Integrated Energy Systems
Peter Palensky
, EWI, TU Delft, Netherlands
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break
Room L Room N Room M
11:30 - 13:00 Session 1: Smart Market &
Business Development
Session 2:
Hybrid Energy Systems
Session 3:
ICT & Automation
11:30 Photovoltaics and Heat Pumps - Limitations of Local Pricing Mechanisms
Björn Felten
, EWL, University of Duisburg Essen
Dynamic Aggregation of Virtual Power Plants with a Registry System for Distributed Energy Resources
Tim Dethlefs
, Thomas Preisler and Wolfgang Renz, HAW Hamburg, Germany
Semantic interoperability in the Internet of Things
Maria Ganzha
, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
12:00 Data-Driven Tactical Decision Making Approaches in Smart Electricity Markets
Serkan Özdemir
and Rainer Unland DAWIS, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Developing and Evaluating Cooperative Control Strategies for Hybrid Energy Grids
Tae-Gil Noh
, Anett Schuelke and Sebastien Nicolas, NEC Laboratories Europe, Germany
Future ICT-infrastructure for Smart Grids - Potentials and Hurdles for a Cooperation between the Energy- and Telecommunication Sector
Daniel Schöllhorn
, , Daniel Iglhaut, Martin Waldburger and Matthias Wissner, TÜV Rheinland Consulting GmbH, Germany
12:30 Digital Transformation within the Emobility Market - Learnings and insights from early market development
Andreas Pfeiffer
, RWTH Aachen University
Open Software Solutions for Hybrid Energy Conversion Systems and Networks
Christian Derksen
and Rainer Unland, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Open Source Software for Sustainable and Future Proof SCADA Systems
Erik Hauptmeier, WESTNETZ GmbH, Peter Herdt (MDN Main-Donau-Netzgesellschaft mbH) and Frank Rose (Netrion GmbH)
on behalf of the openKonsequenz Consortium
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
Key Note
14:00 - 15:00 Smart Markets & Smart Grids - Challenges for a coherent framework
Christoph Weber, EWL, University of Duisburg Essen
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break
Room L Room N Room M
15:30-17:00 Session 4: Business
Development & Smart Home
Session 5:
Distribution Grids
Session 6:
ICT & Automation
15:30 Why don’t you drive a shared vehicle? An investigation of individual preferences for electric car sharing services
Joshua Paundra
, Jan van Dalen, Laurens Rook and Wolfgang Ketter, Erasmus University, The Netherlands
Self-detection of new PV systems using a low voltage smart grid system
Sebastian Fischer
, Philippe Steinbusch, Marcus Stötzel, Markus Zdrallek and Nils Neusel-Lange, EVT, University of Wuppertal, Germany
Autonomous Resource Access in the Internet of Things
Marcin Paprzycki
, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
16:00 An empirically grounded agent-based modeling approach of residential refurbishment
Mart Verhoog
, Paul Grunert, Fabian Scheller, Maria Gröger and Thomas Bruckner, University of Leipzig, Germany
Understanding distribution grid congestion caused by electricity generation from renewables
Hans Schermeyer
, Michael Studer, Manuel Ruppert and Wolf Fichtner, Chair of Energy Economics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Advantages of a coordinated Smart-Grid-Solution for an integrated low and medium voltage Distribution-Grid-Control
Philippe Steinbusch, Kamil Korotkiewicz, Felix Dorsemagen, Marcus Stötzel and Markus Zdrallek, University of Wuppertal
16:30 Verifying demand response flexibility provided by off-the-shelve smartplugs
Tobias Linnenberg
and Alexander Fay, HSU Hamburg, Germany
GRID4EU - Experiences from a European large scale Smart Grid project
Thomas Wiedemann
, RWE Germany AG
EnerChain - Using the Blockchain for the Energy Clearing and Settlement Process
Michael Merz
, Ponton GmbH