Guest lecture By Dr. Qiuwei Wu
26.08.2019 kl. 10.00 - 11.00
There will be a guest lecture on August 26 prior to the PhD defence of Pengfei Li
Smart Energy Solutions for Renewable Energy Systems
Associate Professor Qiuwei Wu, DTU
Environmental concerns and the quest for energy supply independence have resulted in increasing penetration of renewable energy sources (RESs) and a move toward electrification of transportation and heating. With the long-term goal of developing renewable based energy systems, the integration of electricity, heat and gas systems has become necessary in order to realize efficient and secure operation of the future renewable based energy systems. The interactions among electricity, heat and gas sectors can provide further flexibility to handle the fluctuations from renewables. In the talk, the smart energy solutions for the 2050 Danish energy systems will be introduced which integrates multi-energy sectors. In the end, the Power2Gas technology will be introduced and its technical and economic feasibility in the future energy system will be discussed.
About the lecturer
Qiuwei Wu (M’08-SM’15) obtained the PhD degree in Power System Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, in 2009.
He was a senior R&D engineer with Vestas Technology R&D Singapore Pte Ltd from Mar. 2008 to Oct. 2009. He has been working at Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark (DTU) since Nov. 2009 (PostDoc Nov. 2009-Oct. 2010, Assistant Professor Nov. 2010-Aug. 2013, Associate Professor since Sept. 2013). He was a visiting scholar at Department of Industrial Engineering & Operations Research (IEOR), University of California, Berkeley, from Feb. 2012 to May 2012 funded by the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation (DASTI), Denmark. He was a visiting professor named by Y. Xue, an Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, at Shandong University, China, from Nov. 2015 to Dec. 2017. He was a visiting scholar at School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University from Nov. 2017 to Oct. 2018 funded by the Otto Mønsteds Fond.
His research interests are power system operation and control with renewables, including modeling and control of wind power, active distribution networks, and operation and real time control of integrated energy systems. He has published 117 SCI indexed journal papers, 24 other journal papers, and 75 conference papers.
He is an Editor of IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid and IEEE Power Engineering Letters. He is also an Associate Editor of International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems, and Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy. He is a Subject Editor and the Regional Editor for Europe for IET Renewable Power Generation, and a Subject Editor for IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution.
THE guest lecture WILL TAKE PLACE in Pon 111 in the auditorium and all are welcome.
Department of Energy Technology
Pontoppidanstræde 111, auditorium 1.177