DTU Summer School

DTU CEE Summer School

DTU CEE Summer School

NB: The summer school has been completed for 2018. Please follow this site for upcomming information on next year's summer school.

DTU CEE Summer School brings together academics and industry professionals from around the world, in an intensive 5-day course, where they learn about the latest developments in optimization for energy systems, connect, and exchange ideas. Distinguished speakers from the US and Europe, excelling both in research and teaching, are invited to give 4-hour lectures both providing the fundamentals and introducing advanced topics in their field.

Location: The summer school will be held at the CEE facilities at DTU Lyngby Campus, located north of Copenhagen.

Certificate: We will issue EES-UETP-verified certificates for participation and workload of 2.5 ECTS credits.

Fee: Students (without accommodation): 400€ / Non-students (without accommodation): 700€ /  Participants from EES-UETP members (without accommodation): 400€

 

Summer School 2018

Lyngby Campus:
Modern Optimization in Energy (June 24-29, 2018)

The DTU CEE Summer School 2018 aimed to give participants practical experience with the latest developments in optimization for energy systems. Participants of the course :

  • Gained practical experience with optimization techniques applied to energy systems
  • Saw relevant examples of these techniques used in cutting-edge research
  • Sharpened their peer review and feedback skills by reviewing other participants’ work

The summer school focused in particular on optimal power flow, distributionally robust optimization, convex relaxations, data-driven methods, integrated energy systems and consumer-centric electricity markets.

Read more and download slides at https://energy-markets-school.dk/

Risø Campus:
Quantifying the quality of Smart Energy Solutions via Testing (August 27-31, 2018)

During the last week of August DTU CEE held a summer school for PhD students with participants from Turkey, Denmark, Germany and Austria.  
The topic of the summer school was “Quantifying the quality of Smart Energy Solutions via Testing”. Participants learned about Simulation and Hardware Testing, Statistical Design of Experiments, and Industrial testing & certification. During the week, students implemented their own test design and carried out experiments in a Co-simulation environment, a distributed systems testbed (SIMLAB), and a full-scale Smart Grid Laboratory (SYSLAB of PowerLabDK).
 
The summer school was organized in context of the ERIGrid (www.erigrid.eu) on interconnecting smart grid research infrastructures.

Summer School 2017
Modern Challenges in Power System Operation and Electricity Markets - An Optimization Perspective (June 12th - 16th, 2017)

With 56 participants (from universities and enterprises, and from all over the world) and 10 world-renowned lecturers, this event was even larger than the previously organized school. The summer school focused on advanced optimization techniques, e.g. convex relaxation and stochastic optimization, as well as game theory and decision making, and their application to the electricity markets. Students received tutorials on the application and interpretation of these techniques, and used their skills to complete group projects. Finally, students were asked to disseminate their findings to other students through presentations and peer review. The overall evaluation from 56 participants was as follows: excellent: 67.9%, good: 32.1%, fair: 0%, poor: 0%.

Read more at https://energy-markets-school.dk/summer-school-2017/

Summer School 2016
Uncertainty in Electricity Markets and System Operation (July 4 to July 8, 2016)

With 48 participants (from universities and enterprises, and from all over the world) and 10 world-renowned lecturers, this event was one of the largest summer school courses in EES-UETP history. The summer school focused on advanced optimization techniques, e.g., stochastic, interval and robust optimization, and their applications to energy systems. Students received tutorials on the application and interpretation of these techniques, and used their skills to complete group projects. Finally, students were asked to disseminate their findings to other students through presentations and peer review. The overall evaluation from 48 participants was as follows: excellent: 53.2%, good: 42.5%, fair: 4.3%, poor: 0%.

Read more at https://energy-markets-school.dk/previous-schools/

 

 

View CEE Summer School Website
http://www.cee.elektro.dtu.dk/education/summer_school
17 DECEMBER 2018