Novel modeling concepts of complex interconnected energy systems (Gas, Power,…)

This activity addresses the development of alternative and general modeling solutions for future energy systems, with emphasis on the integration of different networks (e.g., gas and power). This research focuses on theoretical investigation of model generation algorithms for complex systems and networks. Specific attention is paid to complexity (order) reduction starting from first-principle physics-based models of interconnected components. A graph-based approach is used, with the aim of facilitating the modeling of complex intelligent systems characterized by a large size, the interconnection of heterogeneous objects (e.g., distributed renewable sources or storages such as electric vehicles charging hubs, etc), and a stochastic behavior due to both unknown customer demand and other external conditions (e.g., weather, strong geo-storms, lightning storms, etc).


ERC Sector:

  • PE7_2 Electrical engineering: power components and/or systems
  • PE7_3 Simulation engineering and modelling
  • PE7_12 Electrical energy production, distribution, application


  • Complex networks
  • Power distribution
  • Graph-based modeling
  • Electrical network
  • Gas network
  • Simulation

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