Seminars 2018
Thursday 31.05, 14.15-15.30, Karl Borch's Aud.

Quentin Grafton, Australian National University


Seminars 2017
Wednesday 31.05, 12.15-13.30, Meeting room 6th floor

André Rossi, University of Angers

Cutting planes for a robust electricity distribution network problems, and column generation for a wireless sensor network with camera sensors

Wednesday 13.09, 11:30-15:45, Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Center

Energy Lab half-day seminar:

Efficient and Sustainable Electricity Markets

Tuesday 14.11, 12.15-13.15, Meeting room 6th floor

Spiros Papaefthimiou, Technical University of Crete

Intelligent and sustainable management of water resources

Monday 27.11, 12.15-13.15, Meeting room 6th floor

Penelope Melgarejo, MINES ParisTech

Growth modelling for salmon production optimization

Thursday 30.11, 12.15-13.30, Karl Borch's Aud.

Gernot Wagner, Harvard University

Applying Asset Pricing Theory to Calibrate the Price of Climate Risk

Seminars 2016
Friday 19.02, 14.15-15.30, Meeting room 6th floor

Apostolos Serletis, University of Calgary

Volatility and a Century of Energy Markets Dynamics

Thursday 18.08, 14.15-15.30, Meeting room 6th floor

Daniel Huppmann, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis

Binary equilibrium problems with compensation and the power market uplift problem

Tuesday 22.11, 14.15-15.30, Meeting room 6th floor

Mario Blazquez de Paz, Research Institute of Industrial Economics

Electricity Auctions in the Presence of Transmission Constraints and Transmission Costs

Seminars 2015
Thursday 05.03, 14.15-15.30, Meeting room 9th floor

Eric Nævdal, University of Oslo

Catastrophes and Expected Marginal Utility – How The Value Of The Last Fish In A Lake Is Infinity And Why We Shouldn't Care (Much)
Thursday 30.04, 14.15-15.30, Meeting room 9th floor

Gilbert Fridgen, University of Bayreuth

The Value of IS-Enabled Flexibility in Electricity Consumption
Wednesday 03.06, 10.00-11.15, Main meeting room at SNF

Jan Bråten, Statnett

Cost-effective climate policy: How could so many economists be so wrong for so long?

Wednesday 14.10, 14.15-15.15, Meeting room 6th floor

Carolyn Fischer, Resources for the Future

The Effects of Strategic Firm Behavior on Aquatic Ecosystems: Disease Risk and Market Power in Salmon Aquaculture

Thursday 19.11, 14.15-15.15, Meeting room 6th floor

Jiehong Kong, SINTEF

Hydro scheduling in deregulated power systems
Seminars 2014
Thursday 03.04, 14.15-15.15, Meeting room 9th floor

Peter Berck, University of California, Berkeley

Crop Adaptation to Climate Change / The Not So Big Squeeze: Modeling Future Land Use Patterns of Miscanthus for Bioenergy Using Fine Scale Data
Wednesday 30.04, 14.15-15.15, Meeting room 9th floor

Torben Mideksa, University of Oslo

Deforestation and Conservation Contracts
Thursday 15.05, 14.15-15.15, Meeting room 9th floor

Pavel Popela, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

From Waste to Energy by Optimization Modelling
Thursday 22.05, 14.15-15.15, Meeting room 9th floor

Marc Grönwald, University of Aberdeen

Financialization of oil futures markets and futures market efficiency: a multifractal perspective
Monday 02.06, 14.15-15.15, Meeting room 9th floor

Sara Lumbreras, Comillas Pontifical University, Madrid

Real Options Valuation Applied to Dynamic Transmission Expansion Planning

Wednesday 25.06, 14.15-15.15, Meeting room 9th floor

Kunal Chakraborty, Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services

Impact of ecosystem variability in the tropical Indian Ocean: A coupled 3-D bio-physical ocean general circulation model
Tuesday 21.10, 14.15-15.30, Karl Borch's Aud.

Martin D. Smith, Duke University

Detecting Ecological Disturbances from Economic Data: The Case of Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico
Seminars 2013
Friday 01.03, 11.15-12.30, Karl Borch's Aud.

Afzal Siddiqui, University College London

Exploring the Natural Hedge of a Gas-Fired Power Plant

Thursday 31.10, 11.15-12.30, Midt i mellom II

Trine Krogh Boomsma, University of Copenhagen

Termination of renewable energy support schemes: How uncertainty may speed up investment rates