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.

Here is some information about the master in electrical engineering and in particular the focus on electric power and energy sytems (smart grids) where I am the most active.

Team

  • 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

Former members

  • Ioannis Boukas, PhD

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

Link to the course description

  • 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

Link to the course description

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 (2015-2020)

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