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Lancement de la Chaire DEEP unissant HUTCHINSON, l'ESPCI et MINES ParisTech
Fonction: Responsable du groupe ERSEI
Implantation: Sophia Antipolis
Domaines de compétence: Renewable Energies, Distributed Generation, Smart Grids, Microgrids, Electricity Markets, Power Systems, Renewable Energies Forecasting, Optimization
Head of Renewable Energies & SmartGrids Group (ERSEI), Senior Scientist at MINES ParisTech/ARMINES
George Kariniotakis (S’95-M’02-SM’11) received his Eng. and M.Sc. degrees from Greece in 1990 and 1992 respectively, and his Ph.D. degree from Ecole des Mines de Paris in 1996. He is currently with the Centre PERSEE of MINES ParisTech as a senior scientist and head of the Renewable Energies and Smartgrids Group. He has authored more than 220 scientific publications in journals and conferences. He has been involved as participant or coordinator in more than 40 R&D projects in the fields of renewable energies and distributed generation. Among them, he was the coordinator of some major EU projects in the field of wind power forecasting and integration such as Anemos (FP5), Anemos.plus (FP6) and SafeWind (FP7) projects.
Integration of renewables into power systems and electricity markets; SmartGrids; Time series forecastiong (wind power, solar, dynamic line rating, demand); Distributed generation; Wind energy; Photovoltaics; Modelling, management and planning of power systems; Decision making under uncertainty; Expert consulting; R&D project development & management
2018- Member of the Scientific Council of Think SmartGrids France Association - The national Technology Platform on SmartGrids.
2017- Member of the expert group for the Roadmap of ADEME “Systèmes énergétiques et territoires: interactions multi vecteurs”
2017- Member of the European Technology and Innovation Platform Smart Networks for Energy Transition (ETIP SNET)
2015 Member of the European Technology Platform on Smart Grids (ETP Smart Grids)
2014- Member of expert group« Stratégie R&D de la filière REI » in the frame of action 9 de la Feuille de Route Réseaux Electriques Intelligents
2012-2015 Chair of Working Group “Grid Integration” of TPWind (European Wind Energy Technology Platform).
2011 Member of the Expert Group for the definition of a Strategic R&D Roadmap for Wind Energy in France (mandated by the French Government and ADEME).
2010-2014 Member of the Management Committee of the Action Cost ES1002, WIRE “Weather Intelligence for Renewable Energies”. Elected chair of the Working Group on “Wind and Solar Forecasting Methods”.
2010 Member of the Task Force on SmartGrids and Integration of Renewables Initiated by the Strategic Committee of Eco-Industries (COSEI) and the ministries of State, Ecology & Energy (MEEDDM) and Industry in France.
2009 Participation in the Core Group of the SET-PLAN Task Force on Energy Storage.
2007 Participation in the Expert Group for the definition of a Strategic R&D Roadmap for SmartGrids in France (mandated by French Government and ADEME).
2006-2015 Member of the Steering Committee of TPWind.
2006/2007 Participation in two expert groups (Networks Operations and Generation & Storage) of the "SmartGrids" Technology Platform.
2003 - Consultancy activities and projects evaluations for European Commission and national organisations in Europe, Canada and Latin America.
HDR - University LILLE I (2013)
PhD - Ecole des Mines de Paris (1996),
M.Sc. - TUC, Greece (1992),
Engineering degree - TUC, Greece (1990).
First journal paper ever on artificial intelligence applied on renewable generation forecasting:
G. Kariniotakis, E. Nogaret, G. Stavrakakis, "Wind Power Forecasting Using Advanced Neural Networks Models", IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, Vol. 11, Issue 4, 1996, pp. 762-767. <DOI: 10.1109/60.556376>
Renewable Energy Forecasting - From Models to Applications (Editor)
Co-author of Chapters 2 (Microgrids Control Issues) and 6 (Pilot Sites: Success stories and learnt lessons).
Selection of R&D projects:
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