The OSMOSE project gathers six transmission network operators (TSOs), eleven research partners and sixteen industry and market players (manufacturers, solution providers, producers, energy service companies) who address the need to identify and develop flexibilities required to integrate a high share of renewables (RES) in the energy system.
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Miran Kavrečič graduated in the field of power systems at University of Ljubljana. Currently he’s working as a Senior Quantitative Analyst in Holding Slovenske elektrarne d.o.o. His work of covers fields from corporative analysis to research of new capacity and flexibility in Group HSE. One of his task is also coordination of OSMOSE project in HSE.
Maxime Lâasri is a research engineer specialized in economics and energy markets. He graduated from a double degree program with CentraleSupélec and IFP School in France, and joined RTE in 2015. He is now working in RTE’s Research Department as one of the Work Package Leader of the OSMOSE project, to work on market designs for flexibility. He also became the project manager of PROMETHEUS, an innovative research platform that will be used for quantitative simulations in OSMOSE.
Mr Dario Siface, PhD, after his graduation in Aerospace Engineering in 2005 at Politecnico di Milano, worked as a fluid dynamic specialist in Methanol Casale SA from 2006 to 2008. Then, he took his doctorate in 2012 in “Computational Methods for the Economics and Financial Decisions” at Università degli Studi di Bergamo.
From then on, he is working in RSE SpA, an Italian research Institution in the field of Energy Systems, as a researcher in the mathematical modelling of the Energy Systems and in Energy Market Regulation. Within his research activity he collaborated, among the others, with GME (Italian Market Operator) and ARERA (Italian Energy Regulation Authority).
Before his involvement in the OSMOSE H2020 project, he worked to the SmartNet H2020 project, who was closed in June 2019. He is also currently involved in the INTERRFACE H2020 project and will work to the Flexplan H2020 project starting in the next October.
Gregor Goričar studied Power Systems and Electricity Markets at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana. During the studies, he began to study in depth the smart grids. Special attention was paid to the observability problem of distribution networks during active participation in the European project SUNSEED. Gregor Goričar works at ELES d.o.o. on the H2020 projects OSMOSE and INTERRFACE.