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Energy Market Engineering

The energy landscape is undergoing several fundamental changes. Decentralized and intermittent generation from renewable energy carriers is replacing the controllable fossil fuel energy sources. Furthermore, micro-grids advocate a semi-distributed infrastructure as opposed to the conventional centralized energy systems. Finally, increasing the number of electric vehicles, and the replacement of passive consumers with active prosumers requires new energy trading platforms.

1st International Workshop on Energy Market Engineering

These trends create major challenges to electricity markets. Introducing new ways of providing flexibility, emergence of new concepts such as vehicle to the grid, redefining energy/power unit commitments, and creating local electricity markets. These are some examples of how new market designs can accommodate these changes efficiently.

Schedule

 

09:15-10:00 - Keynote One

Enzo Sauma, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile


10:00-10:30 - Coffee Break


10:30-12:45 - Paper Session

1) A Generalized Nash Equilibrium Analysis of Electric Power Transmission-Distribution Coordination

Ilyès Mezghani, Anthony Papavasiliou (Center for Operations Research and Econometrics, Université catholique de Louvain), Hélène Le Cadre (EnergyVille)

2) Bidding Strategies for Flexible and Inflexible Generation in a Power Market Simulation Model

Anke Weidlich (University of Freiburg), Thomas Künzel, Florian Klumpp (Fichtner GmbH & Co. KG)

3) Clustering Household Preferences in Local Electricity Markets

Esther Mengelkamp, Christof Weinhardt (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

4) Engineering Smart Platforms for Market Based Congestion Management

Julian Huber (Forschungszentrum Informatik), Simon Köppl (Forschungsstelle für Energiewirtschaft e.V.), Melanie Schutz (TenneT TSO GmbH), Nikolai Klempp (University of Stuttgart), Erik Heilman (University of Kassel)

5) Effect of Real-Time Electricity Pricing on Ancillary Service Requirements

Md Umar Hashmi (INRIA and ENS Paris, Deepan Muthirayan (Cornell University), Ana Busic (INRIA and ENS Paris)


12:45-14:15 - Lunch Break


14:15-15:30 - Keynote Two

Jens Strueker, Hochschule Fresenius


15:30-16:00 - Coffee Break


16:00-17:30 - Round Table

The role of storage and flexibility in future electricity market

Important Date

Paper submission: April 23rd, 2018
Notification of acceptance: May 4th, 2018
Submission of camera-ready papers: May 7th, 2018

 

Call for Papers

The workshop invites original papers of up to 6 pages that were not previously published and are not currently under review for publication elsewhere. We welcome submissions describing conceptual advances, as well as advances in market design, implementation and experimentation. Topics include, but are not limited to:

• Evolution and responsibilities of ISOs
• Grid fee organization of and investment remuneration
• Modelling the prosumer energy profiles and their market participation
• Modelling and simulation of energy markets
• Integrating renewable energy in the electricity market
• The role of energy storage in the electricity market
• Market design
• Auction design and exchange mechanisms incl. P2P mechanisms
• Blockchain in energy markets

• Electricity market operation
• Local electricity markets
• Resilience of local energy markets
• Integrating renewable energy in the electricity market
• Trading flexibility in the market
• Smart electricity markets
• Large scale experiments on market operations
• Sector coupling
• Dynamic pricing and contract design for demand response services
• Agent-based simulations

 

Submission and publication of the work

The workshop will be co-located with ACM eEnergy 2018. Please submit your manuscript via submission portal. Manuscripts will be published in the ACM proceedings and must adhere to ACM format. Submission implies the willingness of at least one author to register and present the paper at the workshop. The organizers reserve the right to exclude a paper from publication if it is not presented. For more information please contact Yashar Ghiassi-Farrokhfal, Wolfgang Ketter, Christof Weinhardt or Johannes Gärttner.

 

Keynote Speakers

To be defined

 

Workshop Program

To be defined

  

Workshop Chairs

 

Technical Program Committee (preliminary)

  • Omid Ardakanian, University of Alberta
  • Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Universität zu Köln
  • Derek Bunn, London Business School
  • Duncan Callaway, UC Berkeley
  • John Collins, University of Minnesota
  • Clemens van Dinther, ESB Business School – Hochschule Reutlingen
  • Wolf Fichnter, Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie
  • Christoph Flath, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
  • Gilbert Fridgen, Bayreuth
  • Mohammad Reza Hesamzadeh, KTH
  • Patrick Jochem, Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie
  • Alvaro Lorca, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
  • Dominik Möst, TU Dresden
  • Matias Negrete-Pincetic, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
  • Anthony Papavasiliou, Université catholique de Louvain
  • Martin Paschmann, U of Cologne
  • Vedran Podobnik, U of Zagreb
  • Kameshwar Poolla, UC Berkeley
  • Daniel Olivares Quero, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
  • Enzo Sauma, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
  • Konstantina Valogianni, IE Madrid
  • Anke Weidlich, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Christoph Weber, Universität Duisburg-Essen
  • Adam Wierman, California Institute of Technology