Alpen-Adria-Universitaet Klagenfurt
46. Jahrestagung, Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI), Klagenfurt/Österreich
INFORMATIK 2016 > _Energieinform. 2016

Energieinformatik 2016

Zeit und Ort

Donnerstag-Freitag 29.09. - 30.09.
Raum HS C
CFP, Programmkomitee, Kontakt

D-A-CH+ Energy Informatics is a joint initiative of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, the Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, and the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (http://www.smartgrids-dach.eu/). The ambitious D-A-CH targets for reducing greenhouse gas emission and enlarging the share of enewable energy sources result in a trend towards increasingly complex “systems of systems”. In the energy system, integration of heterogeneous and often networked components has become indispensable. Energy Informatics is developing the IT-based solutions required for achieving these targets and managing the complexity of the paradigm shift in energy systems.

Thursday, September 29

Welcome and Keynote

09:00-09:15h Welcome Addresses
Friederich Kupzog, Wilfried Elmenreich, Ronald Bieber; Conference Chairs

09:15-09:50h Keynote: Power Line Communications for the Smart Grid: Status and Future
Andrea M. Tonello, Alpen-Adria Universität

Session 1 - Simulation and Validation of Networked Smart Grid Systems

Chairperson Sebastian Lehnhoff
09:50-10:10h Incremental Development of a Co-Simulation Setup for testing a Generation Unit Controller for Reactive Power Provision
Jorge Velasquez, OFFIS Oldenburg

10:10-10:30h OpenGridMap: Towards Automatic Power Grid Simulation Model Generation from Crowdsourced Data
Jose Rivera, Technische Universität München

Session 2 - Scheduling of Flexibility

Chairperson Friederich Kupzog
11:00-11:20h Demand-Response Optimized Heatpump Control for Service Sector Buildings
Edith Birrer, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts

11:20-11:40h Distributed demand side management using electric boilers
Lorenzo Nespoli, SUPSI

11:40-12:00h Impacts of Domestic Electric Water Heater Parameters on Demand Response
Tobias Lübkert, Hamburg University of Technology

12:00-12:20h Targeting Customers for an Optimized Energy Procurement - A Cost Segmentation Based on Smart Meter Load Profiles
Simon Albrecht, Hochschule Fresenius – University of Applied Sciences

12:20-12:30h PhD Workshop Flashlight talks Part I

Poster Session: Networking with ongoing research projects in DACH+ Region

14:00-14:20h Poster Flashlight Talks

14:20-15:30h Interactive Poster Session

Session 3 - Advanced Technologies for Distribution Grids

Chairperson Silvia Santini
16:00-16:20h GridBox Pilot Project Results
Alain Brenzikofer, Supercomputing Systems

16:20-16:40h A Framework for Disturbance Analysis in Smart Grids by Fault Injection
Igor Kaitovic, ALaRI, University of Lugano

16:40-17:00h Providing primary frequency control with residential-scale photovoltaic-battery systems
Sandro Schopfer, ETH Zurich

17:00-17:30h Provisioning, Deployment, and Operation of Smart Grid Applications on Substation Level
Stephan Cejka, AIT

Friday, September 30

09:00-09:40h Get together, Opening Day II

Session 4 - Power Grid Automation & Protocols

Chairperson Thorsten Staake
09:40-10:00h Message-oriented Machine-to-Machine Communication in Smart Grids - An Approach for and Experiences from Mapping IEC 61850 and CIM to XMPP
Richard Kuntschke, Siemens AG

10:00-10:20h Accurate Clock Synchronization for Power Systems Protection Devices over Packet Switched Networks
Andreas Aichhorn, Sprecher Automation GmbH

10:20-10:30h PhD Workshop Flashlight talks Part II

Session 5 - Privacy

Chairperson Günther Eibl
11:00-11:20h Preserving Privacy in Distributed Energy Management
Daniel Brettschneider, University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück

11:20-11:40h Differential Privacy for Real Smart Metering Data
Günther Eibl, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences

Session 6 - Electric Vehicles

Chairperson Wilfried Elmenreich
11:40-12:00h Coordinated Charge Management for Battery Electric Vehicles
Arne Groß, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems

12:00-12:20h Ensembles of Context and Form for Repurposing Electric Vehicle Batteries – An Exploratory Study
Markus Monhof, WWU Muenster – ERCIS

12:20-12:30h PhD Workshop Flashlight talks Part III

Session 7 - Forecasting and Segmentation Approaches

Chairperson Hartmut Schmeck
14:00-14:20h Analysis and Model-Based Predictions of Solar PV and Battery Adoption in Germany: An Agent-Based Approach
Hermann de Meer, University of Passau

14:20-14:40h Photovoltaic power forecasting using simple data-driven models without weather data
Jorge Ángel González Ordiano, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

14:40-15:00h Evaluation of Network State Estimators for Adaptive Power-Balancing Controller in a Microgrid scenario
Mislav Findrik, AIT

15:00-15:20h Hybrid simulation and energy market based optimization of cement plants
Peter Bazan, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

15:20-15:30h Roundup


15:30-16:00h Start to Excursion

16:00-17:30h Visit to Carinthia’s largest Energy provider KELAG and guided tour through control centre of KNG Kärnten Netz GmbH