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Energy Systems Models

The Energy Systems Models Area is constituted by expert researchers in developing models for efficiently supporting decisions and techno-economic analysis of generation, transmission and distribution systems in the energy sector. A fundamental aspect of this analysis is the modelling of energy markets and the associated operative, tactical and strategic decisions. The area research is the cornerstone of disciplines such as operations research, energy economics and power systems operation. The unit’s work is focused on the creation of numerous computer models and on providing complementary analysis, advice and consulting services. We are relevant leaders and participate in European projects with public or private support and in many national and international projects. The unit is composed of an interdisciplinary research team that is continuously adapting to the emerging necessities of a sector that is undergoing a process of change worldwide. We also have an important teaching function. The unit participates intensively in the Master and PhD program in the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería (ICAI) and in the Asociación Universidad/Empresa para la Formación en Sistemas de Energía Eléctrica (AUEF-SEE).

Research topics

  • Gamification
  • Serious games
  • Philosophical implications of modeling, Philosophy of Technology
  • Unit-commitment in electricity markets with high RES penetration
  • Network constrained optimal generation scheduling for hybrid AC/DC systems
  • Strategic bidding models
  • Short and Medium term hydro and hydrothermal scheduling
  • Integrated water and energy models
  • Electricity and natural gas market models
  • Risk management models
  • Generation and transmission planning co-optimization
  • EPEC and MPEC models

Publications

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Education

Coordinator

Jesús María Latorre Canteli was born in Madrid, Spain, in 1977. He received the degree of Electronic Engineer from Universidad Pontificia Comillas in 2001 and the PhD degree in November 2007. He is currently Researcher at the Institute for Research in Technology. His main interest areas include operations research and mathematical modeling, stochastic programming, parallel and distributed computing, algorithms and numerical methods,…

Members

Assistant Researcher

Barrella,
Roberto
Assistant Researcher

Brito Pereira,
Paulo
Assistant Researcher

Domínguez Barbero, David
Assistant Researcher

Gómez Pérez,
Jesús David
Assistant Researcher

Gómez Sánchez,
Stefanía
Assistant Researcher

Herrero Rozas,
Luis Alberto
Assistant Researcher

Huclin,
Sébastien
Assistant Researcher

Montero Guirao,
Luis Manuel
Assistant Researcher

Otaola Arca,
Pedro de
Assistant Researcher

Pérez Bravo,
Manuel
Assistant Researcher

Santos Oliveira,
Dilayne
Visiting Researcher

Dueñas Martínez,
Pablo
Visiting Researcher

Reneses Guillén,
Javier
Visiting Researcher

Wogrin,
Sonja
Visiting Student

Khan,
Muhammad Minhaj
Visiting Student

Orgaz Gil,
Alberto