68eme Worshop International de l'ETSAP octobre 2015

 

Le Centre de Mathématiques appliquées accueille et co-organise le prochain Workshop international de l’ETSAP à MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis les 22 et 23 octobre. Ce Workshop vise à rassembler les experts de l'ETSAP et les utilisateurs des modèles de la famille TIMES afin de présenter les avancées de leurs travaux et développements autour de ces modèles. Une session sera consacrée aux travaux en modélisation prospective de la Chaire MPDD et apportera un focus sur le système énergétique français d'une part et sur la COP 21 d'autre part.

Date : 22 et 23 octobre 2015
Lieu : Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées, MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis, Amphitéatre Mozart
Contact : Sandrine Selosse, [sandrine.selosse@mines-paristech.fr] ; George Giannakidis, [ggian@cres.gr].

Au programme :

SESSION 1: FRANCE PERSPECTIVES AND COP 21 INSIGHTS
Chair: Nadia Maïzi (CMA, MINES ParisTech)

Edi Assoumou, MINES ParisTech, CMA : Emission impacts of marginal electricity demand in France

Vincent Krakowsky, MINES ParisTech, CMA : Power systems reliability assessment in prospective analyses: the case of France under ambitious renewable energy penetration scenarios

Sébastien Postic, MINES ParisTech, CMA :  Energy sector contribution to climate action - The case of Latin America

 

SESSION 2: PRESENTATION OF ETSAP PROJECT PROPOSALS
Chair: George Giannakidis (CRES, Greece)

Amit Kanudia, KANORS-EMR : Automating combinatorial and parametric scenarios in VEDA FE

Gary Goldstein, DWG : Inclusion  of  the  DWG  Analysis  Case  Comparison  Graphing  Excel  Add-in  as  part  of  the  TIMES-Starter Package

Kenneth Karlson, DTU : Integration of VEDA-FE with GIT version control

Kenneth Karlson, DTU : Collaboration forum for ETSAP-TIAM based on GIT version control

Tom Kober, ECN : Integrated Water Modeling in TIMES – Moving towards best practice

Maryse Labriet, Eneris : Energy services in developing countries: data access and innovative modeling of cooking and water heating in TIMES models

Kris Poncelet, VITO : Time-slice tool for capturing the characteristics of intermittent renewables

Francis Li, UCL : Myopic windows: Temporal trade-offs in decarbonisation pathways

Kari Espegren, IFE : Sustainability performance of the energy systems

 

SESSION 3              
Chair: Kari Espegren (IFE)

Aiymgul Kerimray, National Laboratory Astana, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan : Imrpoving residential sector in TIMES- Kazakhstan

Giada Venturini, Technical University of Denmark : Modelling behaviours in integrated energy and transport systems: a review

Stefan Petrovic, Technical University of Denmark : Modelling of residential heat pumps in TIMES-DTU model

Birgit Fais, UCL Energy Institute : Impact of technology uncertainty on future low-carbon pathways in the UK

Maria Rosa Virdis, ENEA : Impacts of deep decarbonization on the italian energy intensive industries

 

SESSION 4        
Chair:  Edi Assoumou (CMA, MINES ParisTech)

Kristoffer Steen Andersen, Technical University of Denmark : Accounting for changes in investment flows in soft-linked hybrid models

Maurizio Gargiulo, John Curtis, James Glynn, John FitzGerald and Brian Ó Gallachóir : Comparing hard-linking (TIMES-MSA) and soft-linking (TIMES-HERMES) methodologies for quantifying economic impacts of mitigation

James Glynn, University College Cork :  Who pays for climate change mitigation? Integrated Assessment of equitable emissions budgets in ETSAP-TIAM-MACRO

Roman Kanala, University of Geneva : Inclusion of demand-side behavioural parameters in long-term energy modelling

 

SESSION 5
Chair: Ms. Birgit Fais

Olexandr Balyk, Technical University of Denmark : Development of the pathways to achieve SE4ALL 2030 objectives

Cristian Cabrera, Technical University of Denmark : Energy Efficiency Measures - Building Envelope Improved in ETSAP-TIAM

Ryoichi Komiyama, University of Tokyo : Assessment of renewable energy in nation-wide power grid in Japan by optimal power generation mix model

Thomas Brinsmead, CSIRO, Australia : Potential economic viability of battery storage in the Australian National Electricity Market

Jacopo Tattini, Technical University of Denmark : Value of the interconnectors in the Nordic countries