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Workshop: Connecting Energy Researchers at CBS

Date and time

Monday 10. June 2024 at 09:00 to 16:00

Registration Deadline

Monday 10. June 2024 at 09:00


Howitzvej 60, 6th Floor, Room 601, Howitzvej 60, 2000 Frederiksberg Howitzvej 60, 6th Floor, Room 601
Howitzvej 60
2000 Frederiksberg

Workshop: Connecting Energy Researchers at CBS

Event Description

Monday June 10, from 9-15:30, at Howtizvej 60, top floor.
With this workshop we want to connect energy-related researchers at CBS. In collaboration with the Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI), we invite you to get an overview of the latest advancements in the CBS research domain for Energy.  
The workshop aims to establish an internal forum where CBS scholars from diverse disciplines can share their recent activities within the energy domain. We’ve planned the workshop in two halves, and you can join either before or after lunch, or stay with us the whole day.


Speaker and Topic


Arrival and Breakfast


Albina Dioba, Postdoc, MSC.
Identifying Key Barriers to joining an Energy Community using analytical hierarchy process. 

Jens Weibezahn, Assistant Professor, CSEI/ECON.
How flexible electrification can integrate fluctuating renewables.

Trine Pallesen, Associate Professor, IOA.
Engineering Energy Markets. The role of expertise in market design.


Break with Refreshments


Rajani Singh, Assistant Professor, DIGI.
Optimizing Renewable Energy: The Power of Digital Twin Technology.

Christine Brandstätt, Assistant Professor, CSEI/ECON.
Incentives for repurposing natural gas pipelines for hydrogen.




Philipp Ostrowicz, Dr. Phil and Coordinator for CSEI
CSEI and the mission for Decarbonizing Energy in Europe. Our activities and how to connect.


Henrik Engell-Hedager and Karen Slej, Research Advisor, CBS Research Support Office.
National and international funding options for energy-related research.


Breakout into Discussion Groups. Choose between three topics:

1.       Project application processes and approaches

2.       Teaching energy curriculum at CBS

3.       Impact on the energy policy debate


Coffee and Cake


Plenary discussion moderated by Christine Brandstätt


Wrap up and next step

By participating, you have the opportunity to present your work, contribute to the ongoing discourse surrounding energy supply in Europe, and foster collaborations across CBS. The workshop comes with free catering. Please let us know if you register and do not end up using your spot.

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Organizer Contact Information

Copenhagen Business School
Phone: +45 3815 3815

Organizer Contact Information

Copenhagen Business School
Phone: +45 3815 3815