SEGE 2016

August 21-24, 2016 | UOIT, Oshawa, Canada

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Conference Program

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Conference Proceedings

Best Paper Award 2016

Innovative Flexible Heating System by the Use of Additive Plasma Coating Technology
Thomas Braun, Johannes Bürner, Markus Michl, Lukas Schaller, Ralf Böhm and Jörg Franke
Time reconciliation and space agregation to shed light on the plausibility of longterm low carbon pathways for power systems
Nadia Maïzi, Vincent Mazauric, Edi Assoumou, Vincent Krakowski and Xiang Li
Optimal scheduling of energy hubs in interconnected multi energy systems
Aboelsood Zidan, Hossam A. Gabbar
Potential analysis of the use of electric storage heaters for demand side management applications
Johannes Bürner, Thomas Braun, Michael Gaus, Markus Michl, Jörg Franke
A Power Plant with Storage but without Fuel or Exhausts for Smoothing 'Green' Electricity
H. Richter
Economic Assessment of the Cu-Cl Thermochemical Cycle Coupled with SCWR for Large Scale Hydrogen Production
R. S. El-Emam, I. Khamis, I. Dincer
IEEE International Conference on Smart Energy Grid Engineering (SEGE’15), UOIT, Oshawa, ON, 21-
24 August, 2016
Best Paper Awards
Optimization of Renewable Powered Hydrogen Micro-grid; taking in to account Economic Criteria
Azadeh Maroufmashat, Ushnik Mukherjee, Jonathan Ranisau, Mohammed Barbouti, Aaron Trainor, Hadi El-Shayeb, NidhiJuthani, Michael Fowler
Design and realization of photovoltaic modules monitoring system based on wireless sensor network
Xianbo Sun, Yong Huang, Janjun Tan, Jingqiao Yi, Zhu Li
Evaluating Demand Response Strategies in the presence of Renewable Energies: A Distribution Grid Perspective
Sarmad Hanif, Tobias Massier, Thomas Hamacher, Thomas Reindl
Supervisory Controller for Power Management of AC/DC Microgrid
Hossam A.Gabbar, Mohamed El-Hendawi, Gaber El-Saady and El-Nobi Ibrahim
Modeling and Delay Analysis of Wide Area Network in Smart Grid Communications
Abdulfattah Noorwali, Raveendra Rao, and Abdallah Shami

Keynote Speakers  

Henrik Lund
M.Sc.Eng., Ph.D., Dr.Techn. Professor in Energy Planning at Aalborg University, Denmark

Smart Energy Systems - the design of 100% renewable energy solutions

Dr. Jianhui Wang
Argonne National Laboratory, USA

 Grid Modernization: Challenges, Opportunities, and Solutions


Dr. Toshihisa FUNABASHI
Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability (IMaSS), Nagoya University, Japan

Micro Grid Philosophies Expansion to the Future Local Energy Systems


Dr. Hossam A. Gabbar
University of Ontario Intitute of Technology (UOIT),

 Planning, Control, and Protection of Resilient Interconnected Micro Energy Grids


Dr. Maurizio Repetto
Dipartimento di Energia, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Integration of different energy vectors in polygeneration systems


Tanay Sidki Uyar
Professor in Renewable Energy at Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey

Energy End Use Efficiency together with the Symphony of Renewables is the Solution for Equity, Freedom, Peace, Democracy and Local Employment