Call for Papers
Be a speaker at the 22nd Wind & Solar Integration Workshop!
In order to give a presentation at the Workshop, a short abstract has to be submitted first until 30 April 2023.
All authors will be notified of the acceptance of their submissions for presentation no later than 12 June 2023.
In-person participation in Copenhagen is mandatory for speakers and poster presenters presenting their work.
» Note: Platform accepts abstracts until 01 May 09:59 CEST / 30 April 23:59 AKDT.
- The full, camera-ready papers have then be submitted online by 24 August 2023 at the latest.
- As the conference language is English, all abstracts and papers have to be written in English.
- Speakers will pay a REDUCED workshop fee.
- All participants are responsible for paying their own travel and hotel expenses.
- Abstracts, papers and presentation slides must be submitted online. Do not fax, mail or email your abstract or paper as it will not be considered.
More questions? Please check out FAQs for more information.
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Topics of the Workshop
Due to the current rapid development in this field, the topic of hydrogen will be be more strongly represented at the Wind & Solar Integration Workshop. For this reason, some hydrogen topics are proposed again for the Call for Papers 2023.
Project Experience with Grid Integration of Wind Power / PV / Batteries
Grid Forming Aspects and Experience
Power System Studies
Distribution Grid Issues
Transmission Grid / Power System Issues
Power Quality Issues
Grid Code Issues and Future Aspects
Wind / Solar Power & Battery Modelling Issues
Power System Balancing Issues
Smart Grid / IT Innovations
Energy Market and Regulatory Issues
AI and Machine Learning for Grid Integration
Decarbonization of Energy Sectors
Hybrid Power Systems
Hybrid Power Plants
Battery Aspects (operation, modelling)
Sector Coupling Based on Wind / PV incl. Hydrogen
Fuel Cell Modelling / Fuel Cell Systems Modelling
Hydrogen Systems Modelling
Renewable Hydrogen Technologies and Applications
Decarbonizing the industrial processes
Energy system management with hydrogen