Bertrand Cornélusse

I am assistant professor in "smart-microgrids" within the Montefiore research unit. I apply optimization and machine learning to practical applications in electric power systems. My main current interests are teaching, multi-energy local energy communities and home energy management systems. Before turning to microgrids, I worked on active network management in distribution systems (GREDOR Project), I lead for some time the development of Euphemia, the algorithm that is used by European Power Exchanges for clearing the day-ahead electricity market, and I developed some algorithms for the optimal scheduling of EDF's power plants. I participated to the MeryGrid project (a local energy community)

My publications are available on Orbi.

Team

  • Ioannis Boukas, PhD student, participation of microgrids to markets
  • Jonathan Dumas, PhD student, weather based forecasting for electricity markets
  • Selmane Dakir, PhD student, microgrid sizing
  • Selim El Mekki, PhD student, Home energy manegement
  • Sophie Marchand, PhD student, microgrid management systems

A few pieces of open source code I contributed to

  • Microgrid-bench - a microgrid benchmark for operational planning controllers
  • openDAM - an implementation of the day ahead market coupling algorithm used in some of my publications
  • ANM benchmark - a benchmark for active network management controllers in distribution systems
  • DSIMA - a testbed for the quantitative analysis of interaction models within distribution networks

Teaching

ELEC0053 Circuits électriques

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  • The course is in french.
  • The source code of the textbook is on Github, with PDF releases.
  • Some accompanying code for illustration is available on Github as well.
  • Additional supporting material and instructions are available on eCampus for ULiège members.

INFO2059-1 Laboratoire de programmation mathématique et physique 2

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The course is in french. Supporting material available here.

PROJ0016 Big data project

Course material and instructions are on eCampus.

ELENO445-1 Microgrids

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Schedule for 2020-2021: Wednesdays from 1:30PM to 3:30PM in room I.97, building B28.

The course material is available on Github and we will interact through eCampus (videos, notifications, homeworks, questions, etc.).

ELECO447-1 Analysis of electric power and energy systems

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Schedule for 2020-2021: Mondays from 8:30AM to 12:30AM in room 1.94, building B28.

The course material is available on Github and we will interact through eCampus (videos, notifications, homeworks, questions, etc.).

ELECO448-1 Planning and operation of electric power and energy systems

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New course in 2020-2021

ELECO449-1 Practices and evolution of the electric power and energy industry

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New course in 2020-2021

ELEC0018-1 Energy Markets

See the web page of Pr. Damien Ernst for the full course.

Here are some slides of one lecture I gave on the organization of European day-ahead electricity markets and the algorithm used for solving the market coupling problem.

Contact info