18th Power Symposium: Offshore Grids and future developments in the North Sea

ESAT, Auditorium R, 00.54 Kasteelpark Arenberg 10, Heverlee, Belgium

The 18th edition of the IEEE Student Branch Leuven - PES Chapter, Power Symposium will explore Offshore grids and their future developments in the North Sea. The power symposium aims to bring together researchers, engineers, and industry professionals to discuss the latest developments, challenges, and opportunities in the North Sea offshore grid. More information and registration by following this

Workshop: Optimal Power Flow (OPF) in Julia

ELEC 01.57 ESAT, Kasteelpark Arenberg 10, Leuven, Belgium

Learn how to formulate and solve hands-on practice the most utilized power systems calculation using the versatile Julia language. Limited capacity, registration is required via vTools.

DLP Federico Milano: Complex Frequency and Simple Control in Low Inertia Systems

Energy Ville Energy Ville 1, Thor Park 8310, Genk, Belgium

The conventional power system model for transient stability analysis assumes of quasi- steady-state phasors for voltages and currents. The crucial hypothesis on which such a model is defined is that the frequency required to define all phasors and system parameters is constant and equal to its nominal value. This model is appropriate as long as

ABB Industry Workshop

ESAT Aula R Kasteelpark Arenberg 10, Leuven, Belgium

During this exciting industry workshop, we will learn how ABB deals with energy management and control, as well as apparatus state monitoring. Follow this link to register. Glenn Ceusters will cover energy management and advanced process control, which can help reduce energy costs and CO2 emissions. Dries Van Laerhoven will talk about Asset Performance Management