Spring School on Hybrid and Multimodal Energy Systems: System Theoretical Methods for Complex Networks

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The upcoming spring school organized as part of the DFG Priority Program 1984 will provide an opportunity for participants to engage with leading experts in the field of hybrid and multimodal energy systems. The program will consist of a series of lectures, discussions, and workshops aimed at exploring the latest research on system theoretical methods for the transformation and operation of complex energy networks.

The lectures will be delivered by project leaders from various universities, who will share their insights and experiences in developing innovative approaches to the challenges posed by hybrid and multimodal energy systems. Topics covered will include optimization and control of energy systems, modeling and simulation of complex networks, and the integration of renewable energy sources into existing energy systems. Participants will also have the opportunity to engage in workshops, where they can apply the concepts and techniques discussed in the lectures to real-world scenarios.

Where: Centre of Energy and Information, 85748 Garching bei München, Germany

When: 12-14 April 2023

You can find the full agenda here