MMB & DFT 2016
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Workshop on “E-mobility and smart grids: challenges and opportunities”
April 4th, 2016, Münster, Germany, Workshop Website: http://www.mmb2016.de/emobility
The workshop discusses challenges and opportunities that arise from the embedding of e-mobility and smart grids in an inter- and transdisciplinary setting — an embedding which will become crucial but non-trivial to achieve, as e-mobility becomes increasingly commonplace and fully adopted by the public.
The workshop will discuss regulations and concepts that are able to ensure a successful integration of charging infrastructure for e-mobility and smart grids. The workshop is especially concerned with the long-term effects of a large population of e-cars for the power grid. However, we also aim at discussing appropriate measures to increase user acceptance of e-cars and how known mobility patterns of users can help to reduce the impact on the grid.
The program will consist of a variety of invited presentations both from industry and academia that focus on different aspects of e-mobility and smart grids, as well as of open discussions, covering the following aspects:
- mobility (specifically, assessment and analysis of preferences and needs)
- consumer acceptance
- human machine interfaces,
- charging and service infrastructures
- battery technology and battery modelling.
The workshop is organized in cooperation with the conference MMB 2016. Please register via the conference registration at http://www.mmb2016.de/page/registration. You are also welcome to join the conference reception on Monday evening, which will take place at the ‘Akademische Bieranstalt - Blaues Haus’.
- Prof. Dr. Johan Hurink (Uinversity of Twente, NL)
- Dr. Stephan Hell (RWE Effizienz)
- Dr. Christoph Stasch (52°North)
- Matthias Löchte (Stadtwerke Münster)
- Dr. Henrik Blunck (https://www.uni-muenster.de/Informatik.AGVahrenhold/personen/henrikblunck.shtml)
- Dr. Martin Matzner (https://www.wi.uni-muenster.de/de/institut/gruppen/is/personen/martin-matzner)
- Prof. Dr. Anne Remke (https://www.uni-muenster.de/Informatik.AGRemke/personen/prof.dr.anneremke/index.html)