Conference booklet

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29th March 2016

Download the conference booklet now with detailed practical information regarding IEEE ENERGYCON 2016. Note that the most up-to-date version of the conference programme will be available under “Programme”.

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Tutorial 1 – Co-Simulation of Cyber Physical Energy Systems – From Black-Box Model Exchange to Design of Experiments

The aim of the tutorial is to offer attendees the basics of co-simulation with examples of applications in ICT-driven Smart Grid analysis. Co-Simulation based approaches should be utilized to develop, test and verify paradigms for next generation monitoring, control and operation of energy systems. The co-simulation approach usually involves the integration of two or more simulators to capture the cyber physical dependency of a process.

23rd February 2016
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Tutorial 4 – Information-centric communication infrastructure for real-time state estimation of distribution networks using PMUs

Distribution system operation can largely be improved by the availability of the accurate and real-time knowledge of the system state, facilitated by the use of Phasor Measurement Units. In that respect, a critical challenge is the lack of a scalable and resilient communication infrastructure for timely (i.e. sub-second) delivery of high volume of UTC-synchronized and continuous synchrophasor measurements, collected from different locations. The aim of this tutorial is to present…

23rd February 2016
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Conference reception in Leuven’s historical town hall

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3rd December 2015

The conference reception will take place in the Town Hall, being the historical heart of the city. A visit to the Leuven Town Hall is almost always accompanied with ‘ooohs’ and ‘aaaahs’. The building is justifiably the pride of the city. The first stone was laid in 1439 but the 236 statues have only been in place since 1850. Leuven scholars, artists and patron saints, Brabant counts and dukes, biblical…

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