CoNDyNet2- Fokusworkshop

Systemic Sustainability and the Energy Transition

From Data and Policy to Theory – and back

The Paris climate agreement as well as the recent Fridays for Future initiatives reiterate the urgent need to rebuild our energy system and its economic boundary conditions. Understanding and redesigning power transmission and distribution grids as well as the forms and modes of energy feed-in and consumption constitutes a fundamental prerequisit to achieve such a goal. The collaborative research project on the Collective Nonlinear Dynamics of Power (Grid) Networks (CoNDyNet) aims to work out fundamental theoretical and modeling contributions, develop algorithms and software and evaluate boundary conditions in support.

The aim of the workshop is to summarize the state of research between the fields of statistical physics, nonlinear dynamics, graph theory, data-driven modeling and algorithm development, to provide basic overviews and to discuss current and future developments and challenges. The focus is on the possibilities of bridging the disciplinary boundaries and the bridging of theoretical to application-driven basic research on phenomena of the collective dynamics of electrical energy systems.

 

Invited Speakers:

Mehrnaz Anvari (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer System, Dresden)

Sabine Auer (Elena International, Berlin)

Katharina Chinnow (Georg August University Göttingen)

Martin Greiner (Aarhus University, Denmark)

Matthias Gries (Universität Osnabrück)

Hauke Hähne (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg)

Benjamin Schäfer (Queen Mary University of London, UK)

Johannes Schiffer (BTU Cottbus)

Franziska Wegner (KIT Karlsruhe)

Stefan Werner (Lokale Agenda 21 Allensbach und Easy Smart Grid)

Holger Wiechmann (EnBW, Karlsruhe)

 

Date:
22. - 26. July 2019

Location:
TU Dresden, Barkhausen-Bau BAR-I86C/BAR-I88

Scientific Organizers:
Xiaozhu Zhang, Marc Timme

Local Organizer:
Manuela Merkel

Agenda

Monday, 22nd July 2019
Time Program
12:30-13:30 Registration & Light Lunch
13:30-13:45 Welcome: Marc Timme
13:45-14:45

Opening Speaker: Holger Wiechmann (EnBW, Karlsruhe): The Customer - the forgotten one » – or the Impact of full Decarbonisation on Utilities, their Customers and the CoNDyNet Project

14:50-15:30 Frank Hellmann (PIK Potsdam): Losses and Learning States, patterns of desynchrony
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-16:40 Hans-Peter Beck (TU Clausthal): Influence of inverter-fed renewable energy sources on grid stability
16:45-17:05 Franziska Wegner (KIT Karlsruhe): Analogies to Power Flow — Towards Algorithms for the Power Flow and Maximum Power Flow Problem
17:05-17:45 Time for discussion

 

Tuesday, 23rd July 2019
Time Program
08:45-09:15 Registration
09:15-10:15 Stefan Werner (Lokale Agenda 21 Allensbach and Easy Smart Grid):
How can future grids be optimized in their physical structure and the corresponding market structure for grid control?
10:20-10:40 Mehrnaz Anvari (MPI PKS Dresden): The stochastic characteristics of the load power as a source of fluctuations in the mains frequency
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10-11:30 Markus Schlott (FIAS Frankfurt):
The impact of input weather data on renewable 15+power
11:35-12:15 Franz Kaiser (FZ Jülich):
Non-local impact of line outages in linear power flow model
12:20-12:40 Xiaozhu Zhang (TU Dresden): Predictability of frequency excursions in fluctuation-driven power grids
12:40-13:40 Lunch
13:40-14:00 Hauke Hähne (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg):
Propagation of Wind-Power-Induced Fluctuations in Power Grids
14:05-15:05 Stefan Werner (Lokale Agenda 21 Allensbach and Easy Smart GridGmbH): How can grid stability and economics be optimized by system identification?
15:05-15:35 Coffee Break
15:35-18:00 Postersession

 

Wednesday, 24th July 2019
Time Program
08:45-09:15 Registration
09:15-10:15 Martin Greiner (Aarhus University, Denmark):
Flow tracing and nodal cost allocation in renewable energy networks
10:20-10:40 Steven Reineke (TU Clausthal): Stabilizing effect of the virtual synchronous machine in decentralized electrical grids
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10-11:50 Philipp Böttcher (JU Bremen):
Time delay effects in the control of synchronous electricity grids
11:55-12:15 Matthias Gries (Universität Osnabrück): Impact of grid modeling level on the assessment of power grid stability
12:20-12:40 Chengyuan Han (FZ Jülich):
Incorporate Divers Demand to a Globalization Model
12:40-13:40 Lunch
13:40-14:00 Martin Palovic (JU Bremen):
Decentralized network congestion management: Discussing the incentives towards the TSO-DSO coordination
14:05-14:45 Alexander Kies (FIAS Frankfurt):
Decentral Energy Systems of the Future
14:45-15:15 Coffee Break
15:15-16:15

Internal Scientific Exchange with Project Management

16:30-18:00 Cultural Program
18:00-21:00 Social Evening

 

Thursday, 25th July 2019
Time Program
08:45-09:15 Registration
09:15-10:15 Sabine Auer (Elena International, Berlin): PowerDynamics.jl 2.0 - an Open-Source Software for Transient Stability Analysis
10:20-10:40 Katharina Chinnow (MPI DS Göttingen):
Impact of the Anthropogenic Heat Emissions on Global Warming
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10-11:50 Martin Greiner (Aarhus University, Denmark): Decarbonization of the European energy system with strong sector couplings
11:55-12:15 Anton Plietzsch (PIK Potsdam): A Generalized Linear Response Theory for Renewable Fluctuations in Microgrids
12:15-12:30 Conference Photo
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30 Johannes Schiffer (BTU Cottbus): On Multivariable Cell Structures and Leonov Functions for Global Synchronization Analysis in Power Systems
14:35-15:15 Tom Brown (KIT Karlsruhe): Avoiding new transmission lines in scenarios for the European energy system with low greenhouse gas emissions emissions
15:15-15:45 Coffee Break
15:45-16:05 Benjamin Schäfer (Queen Mary University of London, UK): Experimental evidence of theoretical predictions: Braess paradox and network inference in the power grid
16:10-16:30 Guosong Lin (TU Clausthal): State estimation of medium voltage grids with incomplete measurement infrastructure
16:35-17:15 Marc Timme (TU Dresden): Systemic Dynamics of Energy Systems -- Growth, Fluctuations, and Inference
17:15-17:30 Closing Marc Timme

 

Friday, 26th July 2019
Time Program
9:15-11:30 Interne Projektplanung
(nur CoNDyNet-Verbundpartner)

 

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