Welcome to DynPOWER 2023
The 7th international workshop on dynamic stability challenges of the future power grids DynPOWER will take place in the Mondai House of AI, Delft, Netherlands, on 25 September 2023. After a series of successful workshops in the past years placed in Winterthur, Switzerland, the organizing committee decided to continue to bring communities together for the first time outside of Switzerland to discuss, interact, and work on some of the most pressing problems facing energy systems.
The 2023 workshop will cover a broad range of topics around power systems dynamics and applications of big data and machine learning to dynamic simulators in two separated sessions. The speakers will represent transmission system operators, leader technological companies and respected universities. The workshop will allow attendees to engage our speakers with real-time questions and discussions thanks to the hybrid modality.
This year we expect to host attendees on site, and as in our previous events, the presentations will be streamed to give access to our international audience that we have gained over the last years. Moreover, the 2023 edition has few novelties for the in-person attendees such as technical tours and one poster session, where participants can have the chance to exhibit their own work.
The workshop is addressed to scholars, researchers, PhD students, Senior MSc students as well as engineers from the industry having research interests in future challenges of energy systems.
Titles of presentations will be complete by end of August 2023. The schedules displayed are in central Europe time GMT+02:00 (Amsterdam, Paris, Zurich).
This year the event will take place in Hybrid form, and we expect to host a limited number of attendees persons on site in the venue NEXT, locate in the Mondai House of AI, of TU Delft. Also, the presentations will be streamed virtually via Cisco Webex platform. Please note that only the presentations will be streamed, the tour and poster session will not be accessible for online participants.
Regardless of your type of participation, please register using the following link:
Click here to register to DynPOWER 2023 (free of charge!)
For a better planning and organization, if you choose to attend in person and want to guarantee a place in the workshop, you will be contacted to confirm your assistance one week before the actual event.
For the in-person attendees, there is a technical tour that include the visits to the Green Village and Electrical Sustainable Power Laboratory, both located inside TU Delft campus, and are very close to each other.
The Green Village is a field lab for sustainable innovation in the urban environment where you can test on neighbourhood-, street- and building level. The Green Village is a place where people can live, work and learn, exempt of standard rules and regulations. More information can be found in the official website: https://www.thegreenvillage.org/en/.
The Electrical Sustainable Power Laboratory is a facility containing high voltage equipment, Real Time Digital Simulators RTDS, state-of-the-art power electronics laboratory, photovoltaics, electromobility and many other things: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/eemcs/research/facilities/esp-lab.
Are you working on solving dynamic stability challenges of the future power grids? Then come to share your work with us. This year we open a poster session invitation, where drinks and snacks will be prepared for all attendees to enjoy technical discussions and learn more about your work.
To participate in the poster session is very simple, please fill in the additional online form and follow the instructions: https://forms.office.com/e/AA1tXBBekp (deadline to submit a poster: 15.09.2023)
Mondai House of AI, location: Next Delft, Molengraaffsingel 8, 2629 JD Delft
In addition to DynPOWER 2023, TU Delft is also organizing the annual power web conference on 27 September 2023, which may be of interest of you.
Under the fact "Optimizing Today's Energy System for a Better Tomorrow", the event is hosted by the faculty of 3ME, with a day full of insights and innovations in control and optimization for energy systems. In an era where sustainable energy systems are critical, this conference illuminates the instruments that facilitate this transition while ensuring a safe supply for tomorrow. There will be ample opportunities to learn about state-of-the-art developments and connect with industry peers over lunch and the closing drinks.
The official website with all detailed information about the event and the registration link can be found scanning the QR code below.
- Dr. Rafael Segundo, DynPOWER General Chair
Research Associate, Institute of Energy Systems and Fluid Engineering (IEFE)
Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW
- Prof. Petr Korba, DynPOWER Technical Program Chair
Head of Electric Power Systems and Smart Grids Group, Institute of Energy Systems and Fluid Engineering (IEFE)
Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW
- Prof. Jochen Cremer, Local Organizing Committee Chair
Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the AI Energy Lab, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science
TU Delft, Netherlands