Energy Dialogue 2019
Welcome to the Energy Dialogue 2019! A meeting and networking place for the future energy system. KTH performs research for developing novel methods and techniques toward the future sustainable energy system. Overall targets are to contribute to the sustainable development climate goals by the United Nations.
Time: Thu 2019-11-14 11.00 - 19.00
Participating: Lina Bertling Tjernberg
At the Energy Dialogue 2019 examples of KTH-research will be presented covering from a wide variety of scientific fields including engineering, economics and behavior. The event will start with a networking lunch and poster session. The plenary program will be opened by the President of KTH. Two key note lectures will be given and the Vattenfall Award for best master thesis at KTH will be handed out by the CEO of Vattenfall. Four plenary session and discussions will be led by the moderator Willy Silberstein. The seminar will be concluded with information of coming events and handing out of the best student poster award.
The documentation from the event will be made in English. The lectures and discussions will be either in Swedish or English and be led by the moderator Willy Silberstein.
Date: 14th November, 2019
Time: 11-19 (poster mounting from 10)
Location: KTH Campus, Nymble, Drottning Kristinas väg 19
Organizer: KTH Energy Platform
11- 13 Poster session exhibition and networking lunch
Welcome - Lina Bertling Tjernberg Director of the KTH Energy Platform
Opening remark - Sigbritt Karlsson, President of KTH
Key note - Robert Andrén, General Director for the Swedish Energy Agency
"Sweden’s strategy for a 100% renewable energy system"
Key note - Magnus Hall, CEO Vattenfall
Vattenfall’s strategy for sustainability
Handing out of the Vattenfall Award for the best master thesis within area of energy
13:40 – 14:20 Panel KTH Energy Platform ten years – success stories
Ramon Wyss – Professor emeritus
Olga Kordas – Program Director for Viable Cities
Mark Howells – Professor in Energy System Analysis and expert for the United Nations
Rajeev Thottappilli - Professor in Electric Power Engineering and Director of the Swedish Center for Smart Grids and Energy Storage (SweGRIDS)
14:20-15:00 Panel New technologies for a secure and sustainable energy system
Lina Bertling Tjernberg - Professor in Power Grid Technologies
"Power grid technologies with energy storage and electrical vehicles"
Pontus Johnson - Professor in Network and systems engineering
"Cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure"
Rakel Wreland Lindström - Associated Professor in applied electrochemistry
"The use of fuel cells and batteries"
Ilya Sytjugov - Professor in Applied Physics
"Luminescent solar concentrators as semi-transparent solar cells"
15:00-15:25 Coffee break and poster session
15:25-16:05 Panel Towards a sustainable energy system
Semida Silveira - Professor in Energy Systems Planning Energy and Climate Studies
"Towards a sustainable urban mobility"
Lennart Söder - Professor in Electric Power Systems
"The key role of wind power and new market perspectives"
Cecilia Katzeff - Associate professor in Human-Computer Interaction
"User perspective on smart grids in households"
16:05-16:45 Panel Business aspects, recycling and use of waste for the energy sector
Mats Engwall - Professor in Industrial Economics
"Technology developments and market models"
Janne Wallenius - Professor in Nuclear physics
"How to make recycle of nuclear waste economic"
Cecilia Sundberg - Associate professor in Industrial Ecology
"Life Cycle Assessment of Large scale Biochar production"
Christophe Duwig - Associate professor in mechanics
"Waste heat and cheap energy"
16:45 -17.00 Closure
Summary reflections from the seminar and about coming events
Lina Bertling Tjernberg - Director of the Energy Platform
Christophe Duwig - Deputy Director of the Energy Platform
Handing out of the Best Student Poster Award
Marie Alpman, Charlie Gullström, Per Alvfors, Jury for the Best Poster Award
17.00-19.00 Networking and light buffet dinner
Last day to register is Monday November 4, 2019