Equipe : VERTE|Site : IMT Atlantique Campus de Nantes, France

Email: khaled.loubar@mines-nantes.fr

URL: https://cv.archives-ouvertes.fr/khaled-loubar

Dr Khaled LOUBAR is an Associate Professor in the Department of Energy Systems and Environment at the IMT Atlantique, France (former Ecole des Mines de Nantes) since 2009. He holds an Engineer degree in Energy Engineering (INGM, Algeria) and a Magister degree in Energy Systems (EMP, Algeria). He obtained his PhD in 2006 at the University of Nantes. He later held the position of Research Engineer at Veolia Environnement (2006 – 2009). His research works are related to alternative fuel, internal combustion engines adaptation and energy recovery from waste and residues. He developed an expertise in the field of thermochemical processes (pyrolysis, gasification, hydroliquefaction) applied to the production of fuels as well as the use of the latter in internal combustion engines. He is co-leader of the research team VERTE (GEPEA Laboratory).

Alternative fuels for an energy and environmental transition
The majority of global energy needs are provided by fossil fuels. They are limited and non-renewable sources. For instance, transportation sector is depending on fossil fuels for more than 95% all over the world. The continuous use of these fuels generates serious problems of air pollution and causes the emission and accumulation of greenhouse gases. It is becoming urgent to develop new and alternative fuels (biodiesel, bioethanol, biogas, syngas, natural gas, etc.). The keynote addresses some progress in the development of these solutions and the challenges to be tackled.

Director General of GIWEH: Global Institute of Water Environment and Health, Geneva, Switzerland.
Email: nidal.salim@icwre.com
Founder and Director General of (GIWEH)
Steering Board member of the Swiss Water Partnership (SWP) Board of Governance of Asia Water Council (AWC) Member
URL: http://www.giweh.ch/page.aspx?s=1&l=1&pg=39&md=pagedetail

Dr. Nidal Salim, a Swiss citizen from Geneva – Switzerland, was born in 1968. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Applied Geophysics from Damascus University (1993), his master’s degree in Groundwater Hydrology from UNESCO-IHE, Delft, the Netherlands (1998), and his doctoral degree in the Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the Water Cycle from the University of Geneva, Switzerland (2006).
In 2007, Nidal Salim founded the Global Institute for Water, Environment and Health (GIWEH). GIWEH was formed in recognition of the need for a new, broad-based, interdisciplinary approach to water, in order to respond to the recent tremendous increase in threats to environmental safety.
Before forming GIWEH, Nidal was involved in collaborations with different research institutes, universities, and international organizations—such as the Middle East Peace Process, Water Working Group, EXACT, World Health Organization (WHO), World Meteorological Organization (WMO), United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP), and many others. Prior to joining the University of Geneva in September 2002, he worked as a Director General at the Palestinian Water Authority (PWA), which involved many separate hydrological projects at the local and regional scales.

Materials and Electronic Systems Laboratory

Bordj Bou Arreridj University, Algeria

Email: a.bouzid@univ-bba.dz

URL: http://www.univ-bba.dz

Prof. Dr. Abderrazak BOUZID is a Full Professor at the Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Bordj Bou Arréridj (Algeria) since 2005. He is the head of ‘materials and processes’ research team of the materials and electronic systems laboratory. He obtained his PhD in Materials Engineering in 2002 from the ‘Institut National des Sciences Appliqués (INSA) of Lyon’ in France. He is also engineer in materials technology from Materials Institute of Boumerdes. His researches are focused on functional materials (Semiconductors, piezo-electrics, , …etc.) and also on some structural materials such cellular concretes and valorisation of local raw materials for membranes applications.

Materials for Energy: A key issue for scientific and sustainable development
Man and Energy is a long history of need and exigencies, based on continuous materials researches and developments. Hereby a special focus on Semiconductors materials for solar or photovoltaic energy and piezoelectric materials for energy conversion is given. These two materials families are the most used in their technological field for several applications. Another example of local raw materials valorisation in wastewater treatment is exposed. Major results are presented to show the importance of materials in a sustainable development.

Gdansk University of Technology (Politechnika Gdanska) 11/12 Gabriela Narutowicza Street, 80-233 Gdansk Poland

Email: krzysztof.blecharz@pg.edu.pl

URL: http://pg.edu.pl/krzysztof.blecharz

Dr Krzysztof Blecharz received the Master Science degree in electricalengineering from Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland, in 2002, and Ph.D. degree from Gdansk University of Technology (GUT), Poland, in 2008. He worked as an Associate Professor in Department of Mechatronics and High Voltage Engineering, GUT until 2013. Currently, he is an Associate Professor in Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering, Department of Electric Drives and Energy Conversion, GUT. The area of his research interest includes electric drives especially doubly fed generators, wind power generators modelling and control, power converters. He is a participant in many research projects in the field of power electronics and control systems. Now is a leader of the research team financed by Regional Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management in Gdansk, Poland.

Design and modeling aspects of small wind turbines realization
Renewable energy is an important area of activities of developed countries. Many research centers are looking for new solutions for obtaining energy from renewable sources. Another important area of action is to improve the efficiency of existing solutions such as the use of the latest construction materials, and new better control algorithms or modification of generator designs. A new tendency in modern societies is the direction of development associated with production electricity directly by the final recipient, which becomes a prosumer. The keynote concerns selected aspects of the design and modeling of small wind turbines and the realization of laboratory tests.
MESO/URMPE, M Bougara University, Boumerdès, Algeria Head of MESO/URMPE, Research Unit, Modelling, Simulation and Optimization of Alternative and Sustainable SystemsPr Kamal MOHAMMEDI is a Senior Lecturer of Applied Numerical Methods, Multiphase Flows, Solar Thermal Energy and Renewable Energy, since 1993, at M. Bougara University, Boumerdès/ Algeria, Department of Mechanical Engineering.He received his M Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Boumerdès National Institute of Mechanical Engineering (INGM) Algeria, in 1985 and his Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies and PhD degrees in Process Engineering from the INSA de Lyon, France, in 1992. Head of the Modelling Simulation and Optimization of Alternative and Sustainable Systems (MESOnexTeam), he has been involved in 2 FP6 European projects and 10 national projects in the fields of hybrid renewable energy systems, Renewable Energy Desalination, CSP, Sustainable Industrial parks, Carbone Dioxide mitigation in cement industry, Energy Efficiency, etc. . He is the author and co-author of more than 40 published papers; book chapters and 100 conference articles in the fields of Concentrated Solar Power, Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems, and multiphase flows interface tracking. He is a member of scientific committees and a reviewer of national and International journals. He is a member of advisory boards of national and international conferences where he chaired sessions. He supervised Master/Engineer/Magister and PhD theses and consults for industry.

Codes and Softwares for solar Power Plants Design and Performances Assessment
Codes and softwares are necessary when it comes to size, design and assess the performances of solar power plants, particularly concentrating solar power (CSP) based technologies, e.g. : parabolic trough concentrator, central receiver tower, linear fresnel concentrator and dish systems. Solar Power plants Design and assessment softwares and codes are classified according to each of the four CSP technologies. A brief overview of each CSP technology is provided, followed by a presentation of softwares and codes that are used to address the major components of each CSP configuration e.g., collector/reflector optics, receiver performance, thermal storage processes, power output, etc… relatively to Input parameters and distributions like geometry, reflectivity, solar radiation, temperature, flow rates, efficiencies, cost, etc…

About the author:

Jaroslaw Guzinski received M.Sc., Ph.D. and D.Sc. degrees from the Electrical Engineering Department at Technical University of Gdansk, Poland in 1994, 2000 and 2011 respectively. Since 2016 he is Associate Professor at Gdansk University of Technology. Currently he is the head of the Department of Electric Drives and Energy Conversion. From 2006 to 2009 he was involved in European Commission Project PREMAID Marie Curie, ‘Predictive Maintenance and Diagnostics of Railway Power Trains’, coordinated by Alstom Transport, France. From 2010 to 2014 he was a consultant in the prestigious project of integration of renewable energy sources and smart grid for building unique laboratory LINTE^2. In 2012 he was awarded by Polish Academy of Sciences – Division IV: Engineering Sciences for his monograph “Electric drives with induction motors and inverters output filters – selected problems”. He obtained scholarships in the Socrates/Erasmus program, and was granted with three scientific projects supported by the Polish government in the area of sensorless control and diagnostic for drives with LC filters. He has authored and co-authored more than 150 journal and conference papers. He is an inventor of some solutions for speed sensorless drives with LC filters (six patents). His interests include sensorless control of electrical machines, multiphase drives (5-phase), inverter output filters, renewable energy, and electrical vehicles. Dr. Guzinski is a Senior Member of IEEE.

Control and Applications of Multi-phase Machines

Multiphase machines are gaining an increasing popularity due to their advantages over three-phase machines, e.g. reduced per phase power rating, improved reliability, and increased degrees of freedom. Compared with three-phase AC drives, variable speed multiphase drives provide a higher power range by utilizing low-power switching devices, due to the higher number of inverter phase legs and higher torque density. These properties are in particular important for applications in which power supply voltage is limited, torque oscillation amplitude decrease is necessary, and/or greater fault tolerant ability is required. Indeed, the fault-tolerance capability is one of the most attractive properties of multiphase machines for industrial applications. This especially includes drive systems with high reliability in non-stop operation conditions that are known for high economical and safety repercussions caused by fault occurrence, e.g. in electrical vehicles, traction, ship propulsion, and other safety-critical applications such as electrical helicopters.
The workshop will deliver the base knowledge on multiphase induction motor drives. The mathematical model, exemplary motor constructions, drive control methods including speed sensorless control, multi-phase voltage inverter control and furthermore the operation in faulty states will be shown