Presentations from Chalmers Energy Conference 2012

 
Download pdf-versions of the presentations from the Chalmers Energy Conference 2012 below (in chronological order). Some of the presentations are not available in full length due to confidentiality reasons.

Wednesday March 28

Introduction and setting the scene

Introduction and welcome
Thore Berntsson, Director Chalmers Energy Area of Advance

Global, European and Swedish challenges. How can electricity make a difference?
Tomas Kåberger, Chalmers Energy Area of Advance

Overview electrification of road transport
Mats Alaküla, Lund/Volvo

Use and recycling of critical materials in electrified vehicles
Maria Ljunggren Söderman, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers and IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute

The future of wind power
Helge Aagaard Madsen, Technical University of Denmark

 

Renewable power generation

Wind + Offshore

Wind power research at Chalmers
Ola Carlson, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers

Offshore Wind Power
Göran Dalén, WPD

Current research issues on the wind turbine mechanics
Thomas Abrahamsson, Department of Applied Mechanics, Chalmers

Wind power from a component industry perspective
Olle Bankeström, SKF

 

Solar + Ocean

PV power - Technologies and trends
Marika Edoff, Ångströmlab Uppsala

Polymer PV - Status and challenges
Mats Andersson, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chalmers

Ocean Energy Overview - Status and Challenges
Oskar D Fängström, Pöyry SwedPower

Ocean Energy – from Research to Patents
Mats Leijon, Uppsala Universitet 


Grid Integration

Wind power integration
Lennart Söder, KTH

Grid connection of Renewable Energy
Per Halvarsson, ABB Power Systems, FACTS

Integration of wind power to regional and local grids - issues and challenges
Peiyuan Chen, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers

 

Electrification of road transport 

Vehicles and Powertrains 

Vehicles and powertrains
Ali Rabiei, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers

Optimal dimensioning and control of HEV powertrains via convex optimization
Nikolce Murgovski, Department of Signals and Systems, Chalmers

Volvo Cars, Plug-In Hybrid Concept Development
Klas Niste, Volvo Cars

Safe efficient vehicle solutions (SEVS) – results from an interdiciplinary scenario study
Else-Marie Malmek, Malmeken AB and Anders Grauers, Department of Signals and Systems, Chalmers


Electromobility

Plugin and electric buses
Edward Jobson, Volvo Buses

Effects of plug-in electric vehicles on electrical distribution systems
David Steen, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers

Driving patterns matter
Sten Karlsson, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers

PrimoveCity - Electric Mobility in Public Transportation
Neil Walker, Bombardier, Germany


Energy Storage – batteries and fuel cells

Lithium-ion batteries - a family of chemistries with many possibilities
Kristina Edström, Uppsala Universitet

New material strategies for old and new battery concepts
Patrik Johansson, Department of Applied Physics, Chalmers

Fuel cells - when comes the next hype?
Anna Martinelli, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chalmers

 

Thursday March 29

Emerging technologies – international perspectives

Smarter power grid operations with synchrophasors
Jay Giri, Alstom Grid, USA

Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) - Technologies and challenges
Manuel Romero, IMDEA Energy, Spain

Magnetic Confinement Fusion - Status and challenges
Friedrich Wagner, Max-Planck-Institut for Plasma Physics, Germany

Next generation nuclear power

Introduction - Teodora Retegan, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chalmers

Multi-physics modelling of nuclear reactor systems
Christophe Demaziere, Department of Applied Physics, Chalmers

ELECTRA-FCC, an R&D centre for Generation IV systems in Sweden
Janne Wallenius, KTH

The noble art of catching nuclear rowdies - today and in the future
Ane Håkansson, Uppsala Universitet

Implications from Fukushima & stress tests
Magnus Reinsjö, Vattenfall

Smart Grid

Electrification key for Sustainable Road Transport
Bo Normark, Power Circle

The SmartGrid as a Distributed Cybersystem
Marina Papatriantafilou, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Chalmers

Ensuring Reliability and Economic Efficiency Through Scheduling of Smart-Grid Resources
Christopher Saunders, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers

The future role of energy consumers: The value of flexibility
Magnus Brolin, SP

Tomorrow, policy instruments, business models & pricing

Sustainable energy future
Filip Johnsson, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers

Business models and pricing, energy services
Lars Holmquist, Göteborg Energi

The Business Model as enabler for commercializing technology innovations
Mats Williander, Viktoriainstitutet

The role of policy in the transformation of the energy sector?
Björn Sandén, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers

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