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Mathworks hosts Energy Virtual Conference

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Mathworks is a developer of software for technical computing and model-based design. MathWorks Energy Virtual Conference showcases MATLAB and Simulink solutions for energy related applications including power generation, power conversion, hybrid-electric vehicles, oil & gas, and energy trading. Customers present real-world examples of how professionals use MathWorks solutions to evaluate energy resources, develop systems for power generation and distribution and create products that consume less energy and produce less waste. This is used in Electric Utilities, Energy Trading, Hybrid electric vehicles, solar power and Wind power. The virtual conference consists of live presentations (with question-and-answer sessions), on-demand presentations, an exhibit floor and a networking lounge. This conference will be held on Thursday, March 25, 2010, from 8:00 p.m. AEDT. 

 Featured customer presentations include: 

“Flexible wind data processing with MATLAB” by Andrea Vignaroli, Research Scientist.VTT Wind Energy

“MATLAB in the Lab: The Role of MATLAB in the National Nuclear Laboratory” by Brendan Perry, Thermo-fluid Modeling Team and Fiona Rayment, Head of Modeling and Environmental Technology, National Nuclear Laboratory

“Modeling Thermodynamics in Energy Systems” by Houda Karaki, Development Engineer, M. Sc., EUtech Scientific Engineering GmbH

“Wind Power Plant Modeling for Real-Time Simulation” by Richard Gagnon, Engineer, Hydro-Québec

“HEV Control Strategies to Maximise Vehicle Efficiency Via Model-Based Design” by Larry Michaels, Principal Vehicle Systems Engineer, Argonne National Laboratory 

“Modeling the operation of LNG terminals” by Tristram Scott, Energy Consultant, Quantitative Energy Models

“Modeling Wind Energy” by Hans Tuenter, Senior Model Developer, Ontario Power Generation

“Delivering Innovation Across The Electrical Grid” by Charlie Vartanian,  Director, Grid Integration, A123   

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