OpenModelica

                                                                                                                                                 Final Program                          

OpenModelica Annual Workshop January 31, 2022

  Supported by

Open Source Modelica Consortium (OSMC) and

Linköping  University (LIU)

 

 

Registrationhttps://liu-se.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SwqwBLItQCK7aY66ZzEE2g

 

Program

 08.45-09.00  Web-meeting opens

 09.00-09.10      Martin Sjölund and Adrian Pop (Linköping University and RISE Linköping, Sweden)

                        Workshop Opening

 Session Chair: Bernhard Bachmann

  09.10-09.30     Francesco Casella, Director of OSMC (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

                           Status and Directions of OpenModelica

  09.35-10.00     Karim Abdelhak and Bernhard Bachmann (University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld, Germany)

                           Status of the New Backend

  10.00-10.25     John Tinnerholm, Adrian Pop (Linköping University and RISE Linköping, Sweden) 

                           Language extensions to simulate Variable Structured Systems within a standard-compliant Modelica Compiler

  10.25-10.50     Lluc Figueras Llerins, Vinicius Lacerda, Eduardo Prieto-Araujo, Adrien Guironnet and

                          Quentin Cossart (CITCEA-UPC Barcelona, Spain and RTE Réseau de Transport d’Electricité, Paris, France)

                           Modelling and Simulation of Power Systems with Grid-Connected Converters in OpenModelica 

 

  10.50-11.15 Coffee break

  Session Chair: Lena Buffoni

  11.15-11.40      Rüdiger Franke (ABB AG, Germany)

                           Use of OpenModelica in ABB OPTIMAX for model-based control and optimization of sustainable energy systems

  11.40-12.05      Peter Fritzson (Linköping University and OSMC, Sweden), Shivam Bedar, Dinkar Verma, Sunil Shah (Modelicon, India),

                           Francesco Casella (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

                           A Modelica library and scenarios for Sweden’s conversion from fossil powered to electric transportation

  12:05 -12.30    Sören Kai Möller, Bernhard Bachmann and Rüdiger Franke  (University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld and ABB AG, Germany)

                           Implementation of a Modelica library for modeling and simulation with neural networks in OpenModelica

  
  12.30-13.30 Lunch break

  Session Chair: Francesco Casella

  13.30 -13.55     Adrian Pop, OSMC Technical Coordinator (Linköping University and RISE, Sweden)

                           Current Status and Technical Overview of OpenModelica and its Development Environment

  13.55-14.20      Andreas Heuermann, Philip Hannebohm and Bernhard Bachmann (University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld, Germany)

                           Replacing Strong Components with Artificial Neural Network Surrogates in an Open-Source Modelica Compiler

  14:20 -14.45    Digvijay Singh, Kannan Moudgalya and Arunkumar Palanisamy (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India and RISE, Sweden)

                           Interoperability between R and OpenModelica                      

 
14.45-15.05 Coffee break
 

  Session Chair: Lennart Ochel

  15.05 -15.35     Jan Peter Axelsson (Vascaia AB, Sweden)

                           Design aspects of FMU-explore a Python module to complement PyFMI

  15.35 -15.55     Martin Sjölund (Linköping University, Sweden)

                           The OpenModelica Package Manager

  15:55 -16.15     Peter Fritzson (Linköping University and OSMC, Sweden), Reshma R, Ajeya B, Sunil Shah (Modelicon, India),

                           Francesco Casella (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

                           A Modelica library and scenarios for thermal and electric solar energy and storage for cities and buildings

  16:20 -16.50    Panel Discussion Chairs: Adrian Pop and Martin Sjölund

                           Future Directions of OpenModelica [Minutes]                    

16.50-17.00 Coffee break

   17.00-18.00   Open Source Modelica Consortium Annual Statutory Meeting

 

 
 
 
 
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