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October 2018 Seminar at The Ohio State University, a joint event with the IEEE Student Chapter

Thanks to Professor Rahmteen Sioshansi for his informative lecture on power system modeling, in relation to decarbonization of the energy sector. 21 attended this meeting at the Baker Systems building on campus, with several undergrad & grad-student attendees.

Title: Modeling and Decomposing Multi-Stage and Multi-Scale Stochastic Investment Problems

This lecture will give a lesson on capacity-expansion modeling with renewables & energy storage by Professor Ramteen Sioshansi of The Ohio State University. 1.0 hour of CPD credit will be provided to attendees as needed. This will be a joint event with the OSU IEEE Student Chapter.

Abstract: Power system generation and transmission expansion problems are inherently difficult due to uncertainties, costly and long-lived investments, and long lead times in assets being built. This talk will give an overview of how to capture the various scales of uncertainties and decisions in these types of problems and the various time dynamics. The use of decomposition and clustering techniques to make these problems computationally tractable will also be discussed.

  • 2015 Neil Ave
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • United States 43210
  • Building: Dreese Lab
  • Room Number: Room 260

October 24th, 2018

5:30 – 6:00 PM: Arrivals, refreshments (pizza or subs) & networking

6:00 – 7:00 PM: Lecture from Dr. Sioshansi, with time for Q&A