Summer School in Future Energy Information Networks

Application to Summer School in Future Energy Information Networks 2018 is now closed.

Slides

Economic Analysis of Energy Markets (Rolf Golombek)

Deconstructing Blockchains: Concepts, Systems, and Insights (Roman Vitenberg)

A hands-on tutorial: Working with Smart Contracts in Etherum (Roman Vitenberg)

Introduction to Future Energy Information Networks (Frank Eliassen)

Dependability in interdependent systems-of-systems (Poul Heegaard)

Future Energy Markets: Power based Markets vs. Energy based Markets (Christopher Wiig)

Power Modelling and Characterisation for Data Centers (Kristoffer Robin Stokke)

Smart Grid Security from IOT & Software Engineering Perspectives (Phu H. Nguyen)

Deep Learning for Future Energy Systems 1 (Michael Alexander Riegler)

Deep Learning for Future Energy Systems 2 (Michael Alexander Riegler)

Energy System Analysis (Arne Lind)

An Introduction to 5G: architecture and use cases (Ahmed Elmokashfi)

Solar Electricity (Erik Stensrud Marstein)

Power-Quality Monitoring in Low-Voltag Grids (Thomas Hühn)

Energy Market and Game Theory (Sabita Maharjan)

Call for Participation

Simula Metropolitan Center for Digital Engineering, the University of Oslo and the Technical University of Berlin host the 1st Joint Summer School in Future Energy Informaiton Networks 2018: 

  • Focus: Models, Algorithms, Tools and Techniques for Future Energy Information Networks
  • Location: Fornebu, Norway
  • Dates: September 3-7, 2018
  • Application deadline: July 13, 2018 

The annual summer school is tailored for postgraduate students (MSc and early PhD-level students). The summer school will provide the students an opportunity to perform cutting-edge research with the world's leading researchers in their fields. The course description can be read here, and other practical information is available here

Detailed Program

You can read the detailed program here.

Apply

Please include the following in your application:

  1. Current CV
  2. Cover letter
  3. Letter of support
  4. University transcripts (BSc and MSc level courses)
  5. You may also include other documents that you feel are relevant for your application. (All documents should be in PDF.)