邀請人：王如竹 教授、徐震原 副教授（制冷與低溫工程研究所）
Hatef Madani is Associate Professor in Energy Technology at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. Beside teaching and doing research in Academia, Hatef is working closely with Research institutes and industries in Europe and he is currently Senior Scientist at Austrian Institute of Technology. Hatef is also a member of the steering committee at Renewable Heating and Cooling European Technology and Innovation Platform (RHC ETIP).
Hatef received his PhD on optimization and control of heat pump systems from KTH. During the last decade, he has been leading several national and international research projects on energy system analysis and system modeling. Smart Fault Detection and Diagnosis for heat pumps, techno-economic analysis of solar PV system systems, Spatial analysis of building heating solutions in China, and heat pumps in smart grids are the examples of his recent research projects.
Within KTH Energy Technology's masters course Energy Management (MJ2410), approx. 100 students have created sustainable energy system proposals for the Chinese town Meili, near Shanghai, to be completed by 2040. Sixteen teams were competing for the opportunity to travel to China and pitch their ideas for the local stakeholders in Meili.
The top five groups already presented their proposals at KTH at presence of the scientific counselor of Embassy of People's Republic of China in Sweden. The winning group has been given the chance to travel to China and deliver their results to local stakeholders including SJTU, the academic partner of KTH. The seminar will be of interest to anyone from academia, business, government, or anyone involved with sustainable cities and innovation.