Schulz, Detlef (Hrsg.)

NEIS 2022

Conference on Sustainable Energy Supply and Energy Storage Systems, Hamburg, September 26 – 27, 2022

2022, 258 Seiten, Din A4, Broschur
ISBN 978-3-8007-5983-5, E-Book: ISBN 978-3-8007-5984-2
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Inhaltsverzeichnis Vorwort

With the ongoing transition of the electrical power system to a more sustainable generation structure we need new ideas and solutions for a safe and reliable energy supply. The future power system design demands a sustainable approach with several contributions and ideas from different application fields. With the NEIS conference, the Conference on Sustainable Energy Supply and Integration of Energy Storage Systems, we established a platform for the exchange of research and new developments in these fields.

The NEIS 2022 was the 10th conference event, providing an annual occasion for scientists to present their current work. A special focus of this year‘s conference was placed on electrical power grids and relevant aspects such as power systems operation and control, smart and future grids, power systems measurement and identification, and grid integration of electro-mobility. With 3 keynote presentations and 35 contributions from Austria, Denmark, Greece, Norway, Spain, Thailand, and Germany, the NEIS conference continues to grow and to attract participants from all over the world.
Detlef Schulz received the Dipl.-Ing. in 1997 from Technical University Cottbus, Germany. From 1997 to 1999 he was with ABB Industrial Automation in Cottbus. In 2002 he received the Dr.-Ing. degree from the Technical University Berlin, Germany. The venia legendi was finished at the Technical University Berlin in 2006. From 2004 to 2005 he was a Professor for Electrical Engineering and Wind Energy at the University of Applied Sciences in Bremerhaven/Competence Center Wind Energy. Since 2005 he has been a Full Professor and the Head of the Institute of Electrical Power Systems, Helmut Schmidt University, University of the Bundeswehr, Hamburg, Germany. His research areas are electrical power systems and on-board electrical systems: grid integration and grid conformity of distributed generation and electro-mobility, grid impedance measurement, grid protection and internal electrical control of fuel cells. The research is assigned to the DLab – Distributed Energy Laboratory. He is a Full Member and since 2019 a spokesmen of the working group "Hydrogen for Northern Germany" of the Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Hamburg, a member of the VDE ETG and senior member of IEEE. Since 2013 he is Member of the Board of the Research Association Wind Energy and other Distributed Energies – FGW and since 2020 CEO of the Board of the "Grid Impedance Association".