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Data-driven methods with energy applications

KTH Digitalisation & Energy Platforms workshop

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The digital transformation of the energy sector is seen as a key towards a more sustainable society, but the transformation poses many scientific challenges. The most innovative solutions often require competence from both the energy and digitalisation domains. This workshop is for researchers from both areas to inform and discuss the latest data-driven methods applied to the energy domain and applications in the energy domain that benefit from digitalisation solutions.

Time: Thu 2023-09-14 09.00 - 14.00

Location: Teknikringen 1, Arenan & Torget, KTH Campus

Language: English

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9:00–9:10 Welcome

A man with dark hair, glasses and a blue shirt. A woman with dark hair and a red jacket.
Tobias Oechtering and Lina Bertling Tjernberg. Photo: KTH and Ateljé Uggla
  • Tobias Oechtering, director KTH Digitalisation Platform and Lina Bertling Tjernberg, director KTH Energy Platform

9:10–10:30 Session 1: Research on Digitalisation tools for Energy

Three men with dark short hair, one with glasses and one with a beard.
Torben Bach Pedersen, William Usher, and György Dán. Photo: Lars Horn/Baghuset and KTH

Plenary discussion run by moderator Tobias Oechtering

10:30–10:45 Coffee break

10:45–12:05 Session 2: Research on Energy Systems exploiting Digitalization

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G. Kumar Venayagamoorthy, Qianwen Xu, and Olli Vigren. Photo: Clemson University and KTH

Plenary discussion run by moderator Lina Bertling Tjernberg

12:05–13:00 Networking lunch

13:00–13:55 Session 3: Society Aspects with examples from Industry and Living lab

A woman with dark hair and glasses, a man with short dark blonde hair.
Shiva Sander Tavallaey, Cecilia Gerlitz, and Jonas Anund Vogel. Photo: KTH and Vattenfall

Moderators Lina Bertling Tjernberg and Tobias Oechtering

13:55–14:00 Closing

Networking lunch

During the workshop networking lunch, every participant will be invited to introduce themselves and briefly talk about their current and planned research in the domain.

You are most welcome!