Lunch Lecture by Emilia Chojkiewicz: “The trends and challenges of the US power system”

ESAT Aula L Kasteelpark Arenberg 10, Heverlee, Vlaams-Brabant, Belgium

  Register here! In this talk, we jump across the pond to dive deep into the dynamic landscape of the US power system. The discussion will explore how the accelerating shift towards renewable energy resources along with recent legislation like the Inflation Reduction Act is impacting the grid, highlighting active areas of research like congestion

BASF Antwerp Company Visit

Join is to visit the largest chemical production center in Belgium! BASF Antwerp's product range includes basic and specialty chemicals, plastics and precursors, processing products and inorganics. Event is free but registration is mandatory here. Bus pick-up point and time from Leuven will be communicated to the registered attendees at due time.

AI in Power Systems Symposium

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

Our first AI in Power Systems Symposium brings together leading experts, innovators, and researchers in the fields of artificial intelligence and power systems. This symposium aims to explore the latest advancements, applications, and challenges at the intersection of AI and power system engineering. The event will end with a reception where you can informally talk

Lunch Lecture by Geert Deconinck: Sustainable energy supply of the future

ESAT B91.200 kasteelpark arenberg 10, Belgium

ESAT Eco-Team & IEEE SB Leuven PES Chapter bring you a lecture by Geert Deconinck (KU Leuven) about the electric grids of the future. You are all invited to join the reception and share your view on the evolution of the energy landscape over the upcoming years! More information and registration by following this link.

Lecture by Mathaios Panteli: Towards Resilient Power Systems

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

This seminar will introduce the concept of power system resilience. It will start by reviewing existing reliability-driven network planning and operation standards, highlighting their limitations for resilience applications. It will then provide qualitative and quantitative frameworks for understanding, measuring and enhancing power system resilience, sharing experiences and applications from EU and international projects. More information