Modelling Smart Grids 2017

Modelling, Optimization and Detection


October 26th - 28th, 2017


Main goal of the workshop is to connect researchers and energy providers, traders and operators. The workshop will focus on using modern optimization, statistical and computational methods suitable for analysis of big data, creation of advanced forecast models for both deterministic and probabilistic prediction, development of new optimization methods for energy leak management, environmental quality improvement, etc.

Round table discussion with introductory talks given by leading representatives of Czech energy industry and research, and by representatives of European Network for Business and Industrial Statistics, will form part of the workshop. Language of the round table discussion will be both Czech and English, translation will be provided.

Main output of the workshop will be up-to-date knowledge transfer from the researches to the users and, conversely, opening new research targets and horizons as required by the power and gas industry.


October 26th:

Modelling, Optimization and Detection

October 27:th

Energy day 2017

Round table discussion

October 28th:

Energy Systems Modelling

Final program



Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics
Jugoslávských partyzánů 3, Praha 6 - Dejvice
(Thursday) - metro line A

Czech Statistical Office
Na padesátém 3268/81, Praha 10
(Friday) - metro Skalka, line A

Czech Technical University in Prague
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Karlovo náměstí 13, Praha 2 - Nové Město
(Saturday) - metro line B


Scientific program committee

Frieder Borggrefe
German Aerospace Center

Iva Ritschelová
Czech Statistical Office

Organizing committee

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The workshop and round table are supported by the Czech Academy of Sciences within the framework of the research program Strategie AV21, the research program Centre of Advanced Aeronautic Technologies, Czech Technical University in Prague, Charles University in Prague, Czech Statistical Office and Czech Statistical Society