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Join us for a conference focusing on the latest advances of green digitalization within energy.
The international conference on Green Digitalization 2020 is organized by three of the leading research consortia in Denmark: CITIES - Centre for IT-Intelligent Energy Systems (in cities), DiCyPS - Center for Data-Intensive Cyber-Physical Systems and FED - Flexible Energy Denmark.
The conference programme includes a range of Danish and international presentations focusing on the present state and future potential of green digitalization – data collection, management and analysis to flexibility and balance of the energy system to the benefit of consumers, DSOs, TSOs, etc. – and, most of all, to the benefit of the environment.
The conferences will only be carried through with in-person attendance if this is justifiable with regards to current conditions regarding COVID-19. Participants are responsible for keeping up-to-date with the current situation/restrictions, and the organizers are in no way liable for any expenses for transport, accommodation etc. if the conference is transformed to a 100% virtual event.
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10 November 2020
Registration deadline for in-person attendance: 5 November 2020 at 4PM
Registration deadline for online attendance: 9 November 2020 at 12 noon
Remember that you need to sign up for each of the three conferences that you wish to attend
No-show fee (in-person attendance)
Please note that in case of cancellation of your in-person attendance later than Friday 6 November at 12 noon, you will be subject to a no-show fee of DKK 400+VAT.
The agenda includes presentations by a range of Danish and international experts on green digitalization, including members of the International Advisory Boards of CITIES, DiCyPS and FED
The schedule will be continuously updated and may be subject to change.
|08:45AM||Networking and breakfast by FED|
|08:30AM||WELCOME AND PROGRAM by Anders Høeg Nissen, Moderator|
|08:50AM||Keynote: Energy Systems Integration, Global Power Systems Transformation by Mark O'Malley, Professor of Electrical Engineering at University College Dublin|
|09:20AM||Keynote: Roadmap for achieving the 70 per cent 2030 greenhouse gas emission reduction target in Denmark by Brian Vad Mathiesen, Professor at the Department of Planning at Aalborg University|
|09:50AM||Break by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|10:00AM||GOFLEX DOMS – Distribution Observability Management Systems by Francesco Fusco, Research Staff Member at IBM Research - Ireland|
|10:30AM||Distribution Network Characterisation: Visibility and Operation by Andrew Keane, Director of Energy Institute at University College Dublin|
|11:00AM||Coffee break by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|11:10AM||Inspirational cases: Impact of Energy Communities on Distribution Grids & Opportunity: Flexible control of wastewater treatment plants by Tilman Weckesser, Consultant, MSc Engineering, Ph.d. at Danish Energy and Peter Stentoft, business PhD. at Krüger A / S and Veolia Water Technologies|
|11:40AM||Market Flexibility for DSOs (Challenges and solutions) by Peter Hermans, DGA at Valcre BV|
|12:10AM||Lunch by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|01:00PM||Reshaping the energy system through Electrification, Decentralization & Digitalization by Anders Stouge, Deputy Director General of the Danish Energy Association|
|01:30PM||Energy Aware Buildings – Modelling, Analysis and Optimization using Model Checking and Machine Learning by Kim Guldstrand Larsen, Professor at the Department of Computer Science at Aalborg University|
|02.00PM||Break by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|02.10PM||Cities as front-runners in the green transition by Peter Rathje, CEO of ProjectZero|
|02:40AM||Digitalized District Heating and sectorial integration by Kim Behnke, Head of Development at the Danish District Heating Association|
|03:10PM||Coffee Break by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|03:30PM||Data management and governance by Peter Hermans, DGA at Valcre BV|
|04:00PM||Integrated modelling, forecasting and control for the future low carbon society by Henrik Madsen, Professor at the Technical University of Denmark|
|04:30PM||Concluding remarks by Anders Høeg Nissen, Moderator|