Location

Research & Innovation Stage

Date

Jun 19 2019

Time

15:30 - 16:15

Labels

1June 19,
5Research & Innovation Stage

Academic Elevator Pitches

The selected academic abstracts submitted to EventHorizon 2019, will present their work in 2min pitches.

Speakers in alphabetical order:

  1. Amanda Ahl – Tokyo Institute of Technology
  2. Alain Brenzikofer – Supercomputing Systems
  3. Karolina Brücknerova – Stockholm School of Economics
  4. Michael J. Fell – University College London’s Energy Institute
  5. Marlon Fleck – Reiner Lemoine Institute
  6. Christian Gorenflo – University of Waterloo
  7. Simon Johanning – Institute for Infrastructure and Resources Management (IIRM), Leipzig University
  8. Salam Khanji – Green Tomorrow for smart sustainable solutions – Research and Development
  9. Alexandra Schneiders – University College London’s Energy Institute
  10. Ian J. Scott – Instituto Superior Técnico
  11. Arne Surmann – Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (Fraunhofer ISE)
  12. Dr. Ioannis Vlachos – National Technical University of Athens
  13. Takeda Yasuhiro –  The University of Tokyo
  14. Andreas Zeselmaier – FfE e.V.

    Running Order:

    15:32 15:34 Review of blockchain-based distributed energy: Implications for institutional development Ahl Amanda Tokyo Institute of Technology
    15:34 15:37 SubstraTEE: Enhancing Privacy on Substrate-Based Blockchains leveraging Trusted Execution Environments Brenzikofer ALAIN Supercomputing Systems AG
    15:37 15:40 Using a Blockchain to Mitigate Trust in Electric Vehicle Charging* Gorenflo Christian University of Waterloo
    15:40 15:43 GreenRide: Blockchain-based Decentralized Rewarding Ridesharing Application Khanji Salam Green Tomorrow for smart sustainable solutions – Research and Development
    15:43 15:45 ‘Watts the Deal?’: The Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading Game Schneiders Alexandra  University College London’s Energy Institute
    15:45 15:48 Bidding and Markets in Hierarchical Blockchain Peer 2 Peer (P2P) Electricity Trading Scott Ian J. Instituto Superior Técnico
    15:48 15:51 P2P Energy Trading based on Market Mechanism Yasuhiro Takeda The University of Tokyo
    15:51 15:54 The Diffusion of Blockchain Technology in P2P Electricity Trading Brücknerova Karolina Stockholm School of Economics
    15:54 15:56 Customer demand for blockchain-enabled peer-to-peer energy trading in the United Kingdom Fell Michael J.  University College London’s Energy Institute
    15:56 15:59 Development of a Blockchain-based multi-agent energy management system for tenant electricity concepts in a zero-emission neighborhood in Germany Surmann Arne Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (Fraunhofer ISE)
    15:59 16:02 DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A DECENTRALIZED AMR SYSTEM USING BLOCKCHAINS, SMART CONTRACTS AND LORAWAN Dr. Ioannis Vlachos National Technical University of Athens
    16:02 16:05 Implementation and Evaluation of a Distributed Energy Data Platform Zeiselmair Andreas  FfE e.V.
    16:05 16:07 LabChain:
    A blockchain-based Research Infrastructure for Experimental Energy Economics
    Johanning Simon Institute for Infrastructure and Resources Management (IIRM), Leipzig University
    16:07 16:10 Microgrid bidding strategies and the effect of big participants Fleck Marlon RWTH Aachen

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