MOSES (Modelling and optimization of ship energy systems) workshop 2017
23rd to 25th of October 2017
EPFL Valais-Wallis, Sion, Switzerland
The workshop was successfully run and completed.
It took advantage of a seeing the participation of a wide and diverse audience. There were participants from the industry and from universities. Participants with many years of experience, and younger PhD and MSc students. Participants working with a higher system perspective, down to component modelling. Participants working with ship design and with ship operations. Participants working with subjects that are long established with the research community, and others who are investigating new, advanced directions.
“The workshop was great, and speaking for myself I have never before seen that many interesting presentations in one conference.”
Download here the final program of the conference
– The workshop saw the participation of a total of 28 people, of which 7 invited speakers, 17 external participants and 4 internal (EPFL) participants.
– We had participants from institutions spread among a total of 9 countries, including UK, US, Italy, France, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Greece.
– Both industry and academia were represented at the workshop. In particular, out of the total of 28 participants, 7 of them came from the shipping industry, 1 from a classification society and 1 from a technical research centre.
– There were a total of 25 presentations, including 8 keynote speeches
- Ahlgren – Linneaus Uni – Cruise ship energy efficiency.pdf
- Andersson – Chalmers – Zero emission, green shipping or energy efficiency.pdf
- Brynolf – Chalmers – Cost-effective choices of marine fuels in a carbon constrained world.pdf
- Dimopoulos – DNV-GL – Complex ship energy systems modelling, simulation and optimization.pdf
- Figari – University of Genoa – Ship voyage optimizatin by 3D dynamic programming.pdf
- Frangopoulos – NTUA – Static and dynamic optimization of synthesis, design and operation of total energy systems of ships.pdf
- Geertsma – TU Delft – Ship drive, adaptive and autonomous control for hybrid propulsion and power generation systems.pdf
- Gentner – TU Hamburg – A HT-PEM fuel cell system model for the electric power supply on ships.pdf
- Hanninen – VTT – Tool for evaluation of operating economy and ecology in ship concept design.pdf
- Larsen – Chalmers – Expansion of ORC working fluid in a cylinder of a low-speed two-stroke ship engine.pdf
- Mejin – Damen – What do you get when you mix gray and green.pdf
- Moret – EPFL – Uncertainty, sensitivity analysis and robust optimization.pdf
- Rosati – Uni Bologna – Optimization strategies development for efficiency improvement in naval sector, a case study.pdf
- Sciberras – Damen – Modelling for energy management, a shipyards perspective.pdf
- Sommer – Meyer Werft – Energy simulation for shipbuilding at Meyer Werft.pdf
- Sun – Uni Michigan – Integrated power systems for electrified ships, real-time control and optimization.pdf
- Tammi – Aalto Uni – Ship energy efficiency in simulations and energy system analysis.pdf
- Theotokatos – Uni Strathclyde – Towards the development of a systematic method for ship propulsion system energy management.pdf
- Coraddu – Uni Strathclyde – Ship energy systems modelling, a gray-box approach.pdf
- Mohammadzadeh – EPFL – Mathematical optimization approach to the optimal and economic operations of a hybrid ferry.pdf