ECS-Mathematical Sciences Energy Seminars
Seminars are usually held on Wednesday at 14:00 in E240, but you should check the seminar details for exceptions. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information about this seminar series.
Mathematical modelling underlies much of energy engineering. At Durham, relevant engineering research ranges from power network reliability, economics and planning, through reliability analysis of generation units, to computational fluid dynamics models of wind and steam turbines. For this reason, ECS and Mathematical Sciences are organising a joint seminar series to explore opportunities for future collaborative research and grant proposals.
Each seminar will consist of a 20-30 minute talk from each discipline, followed by an extended discussion. While these seminars are open to any Durham researcher, the series is tightly focused on discovering topics for future external proposals between the Mathematical Sciences and ECS.
- 25 May 2012 14:00: Combustion modelling through principal manifolds & End users of energy: data, ethics and engagement - Jochen Einbeck and Gareth Powells, Durham University
- 16 May 2012 14:00: Measurement-based identification of power system dynamic model & Numerical Methods for Optimal Control - Janusz Bialek and Max Jensen, Durham University
- 25 April 2012 12:00: On the generalization of the signature to systems with multiple types of components & Operations and reliability research for offshore wind - Frank Coolen and Chris Crabtree, Durham University