INTELEC95 Symposium 2019
Program

This year we will focus on the way in which the energy transition determines and influences technological developments. Of course, we will zoom in on three fundamental fields: power electronics, energy storage and intelligent distribution networks. These fields of work in turn form the basis on which the continuity of the energy supply is established. The theme of this symposium will be:

Energy storage is indispensable for an energy transition

What new developments can we expect in the coming period? What challenges must be faced? How does industry anticipate the energy transition? The programme is full of interesting presentations by renowned speakers from science and industry. It promises to be another event worth participating in this year.

SPEAKERS

SCHEDULE

(To be published in February 2019)


ABSTRACTS & PROFILES

Prof. Dr. Ad van Wijk

Title: Hydrogen, key in a sustainable, reliable and affordable future energy system

Profile

Ad van Wijk is a sustainable energy entrepreneur and part-time Professor Future Energy Systems at TU Delft. He is also affiliated with the KWR Water Research Institute, where he designs the Energy and Water research programme. And he is a member of the Northern Innovation Board to realize the energy transition.
In 1984, van Wijk was co-founder of the company Ecofys, later part of Econcern. Van Wijk was the CEO of Econcern a company that developed many new sustainable energy products, services and projects. Examples are the 120 MW offshore wind farm Princess Amalia in the North Sea, several multi-MW solar farms in Spain and a bio-methanol factory in the Netherlands, the largest second generation biomass plant in the world.
Van Wijk received many important awards for excellent entrepreneurship. Among other things, he was elected Dutch entrepreneur of the year in 2007 and top man of the year in 2008.
At TU Delft, van Wijk's research focuses on the energy systems of the future. Besides research in the field of hydrogen and fuel cell cars he realizes these systems in "the Green Village".
www.thegreenvillage.org.
Van Wijk has written a popular book about energy: ‘Hoe kook ik een ei’  ISBN/EAN: 978-90-78171-13-3.
He has also published the following books:
‘Welcome to the Green Village’ ISBN 978-1-61499-283-7,
‘Our Car as Power Plant’ ISBN 978-1-61499-376-6,
3D printing with biomaterials’ ISBN 978-1-61499-485-5,
‘De Groene Waterstof Economie in Noord-Nederland’
ISBN 978-90-826989-1-6,
‘Solar Power to the People’ ISBN 978-90-827637-0-6.
Follow Ad van Wijk on twitter @advanwijk or via his website www.profadvanwijk.com.

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Prof. Dr. Noshin Omar

Title: (not yet available)

Profile

Prof. Dr. Noshin Omar obtained his M.S. degree in Electronics and Mechanics from Erasmus University College Brussels. He obtained his PhD in 2012 in the department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology ETEC, at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium.
He is the Director of the Battery Innovation Center of VUB. Currently he is coordinating several national and European projects in the field of characterisation, electrical, thermal, electrochemical and lifetime modelling of various rechargeable energy storage systems. He was and is still active in various European projects such as SUPERLIB, BATTERIES2020, FIVEVB, ORCA, ASSURED, GHOST, OBELICS, IMAGE. He is authors of more than 180 scientific publications.
His research interests include characterization, modeling (electrical, thermal, ageing) and system development of electrical double-layer capacitors and batteries in BEV’s, PHEV’s, HEV’s and stationary applications. He is also active in several international standardization committees such as ISO/TC 22/SC 37.

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Nurhan Rizqy Averous, M.Sc.

Title: (not yet available)

Profile

Nurhan Rizqy Averous is professor at the RWTH Aachen University.

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