• Henrik Madsen

    Professor, Section Head, DTU

    Bio:
    Henrik Madsen is Section Head and Professor in Stochastic Dynamical Systems at the Technical University of Denmark.  Henrik is scientific leader of the FED project.
    Since January 2014 he has been heading the National Strategic Research Centre for IT-Intelligent Energy Systems in Cities (CITIES). Henrik´s research interests include analysis and modeling of stochastic dynamical systems with focus on a wide range of  application domains.

    Title of presentation:
    Digitalization for the future weather-driven energy system

    Abstract of presentation:
    An efficient implementation of a low-carbon society calls for an energy system where demand follows the weather-driven production. This highlights a need for new digital solutions for
    unlocking energy flexibility at all levels of the society. This talk describes the Smart-Energy Operating-System (SE-OS) for controlling the electricity load using a hierarchical setup of AI, forecasting and control technologies.
     

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Enghave Plads & Kødbyen
      30-11-2 -
      Organized by AAU in collaboration with DIREC

      Digitization of the energy system using state of the art technologies is a prerequisite in order to realise the green transition which is based on flexible use of distributed energy resources. The key technologies are IoT, Big Data analytics and AI. The session will present recent results and applications. The presenters participate in the Innovation Fund Denmark project Flexible Energy Denmark (FED) which aims at developing a data lake for Living Labs as well as tools, solutions and a business eco-system. Among the 24 project partners are the technical universities and utility/technology companies. The presentations will be related to the project aims.

      Program:
      Introduction: “The importance of digital technologies in the green transition”, Kim Guldstrand Larsen, Professor, AAU Computer Science
      Scientific Talk: “Digitalization for the future weather-driven energy system”, Henrik Madsen, Professor, DTU Compute
      Scientific Talk: “Business Eco-Systems for Digital Energy”, Bo Nørregaard Jørgensen, Professor, SDU Energy Informatics
      Business Talk: “Data-driven control and monitoring to support energy efficient and flexible building operation”, Henrik Lund Stærmose, CEO, Neogrid Technologies ApS
      Business Talk: “FlexShape Aggregator-as-a-Service for Scalable Digital Energy and Flexibility Trading”, Jonas Brusokas, Senior Scientist, FlexShape ApS
      Business Talk: “Center Denmark – the Danish Hub for Digital Energy”, Søren Skov Bording, CEO, Center Denmark

      Session coordinator: Arne Skou, Associate Professor, AAU Computer Science
      Facilitator: Kim Guldstrand Larsen, Professor, AAU Computer Science
      Digital Energy – using IoT, Big Data and AI for the Green Transition
    • Hovedbanegården
      01-12-2 - Organized by Energy Cluster Denmark and DTU
       
      The energy system is being disrupted by new innovations based on AI, big data, end-user flexibility, Power-to-X and sector integration. In this section, leading companies, researchers, and experts will discuss the latest technological innovations – and discuss the implications for Denmark.
       
      Program:
      Introduction: "The disruption of the energy system and the newest technologies", Henrik Madsen, Professor, DTU
      Scientific Talk: “New technologies, disruption and smart energy systems”, Mads Almassalkhi, Director, Core Systems Lab, Vermont University and
      Business Talk: Niels Martin Andersen, Public Affairs Manager, Data Centre Nordics, Google
      Business Talk: Mikkel Westenholz, CEO, Enfor A/S
      Business Talk: André Bryde Alnor, Senior Manager, Energinet
      Debate: How do we make Denmark an international frontrunner with a green and digital energy system? And how do we get more technological innovation.
       
      Panel:
      - Søren Skov Bording, CEO, Center Denmark
      - Glenda Napier, CEO, Energy Cluster Denmark
      - Carolina Benjaminsen, CEO, Digital Lead

      - Kim Behnke, vicedirektør, Dansk Fjernvarme
       
      Session coordinator: Lene Vest Munk Thomsen, Energy Cluster Denmark, Henrik Madsen, DTU, and Fanny Saemund, Business Developer, Digital Lead.
      Facilitator: Jens Nedergaard, Senior Relationship Manager, DigitalLead
      How will the energy system be disrupted by AI, big data, and new innovations?
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