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EnerTrain Autumn School 2013
EnerTrain is a series of events in ENERgy Infrastructure research and policy TRAINing designed for graduate scholars, practitioners, and policy makers. They are designed to promote the training of graduate scholars (advanced Master students, PhD-students, post-docs) as well as junior practitioners and policy makers (from ministries, regulatory agencies, and the private sector).
ENERTRAIN is designed as a forum for exchanging ideas of established research and work in progress, whereas the mutual development of new ideas by on-site communication is also seen as a major objective. Thereby INFRATRAIN covers the theoretical and applied topics most relevant for modern European infrastructure policy.
This year’s EnerTrain event will take place from 7 to 11 October, 2013, at DIW Berlin. It is dedicated to the issue of Advanced Energy Modeling: Numerical Models and Efficiency Analysis.
Participants are offered alternative training sessions with a small number of participants (for the topics of training sessions click here). Beside that, attendees can present their own research work in seminars. Keynote lectures of high level researchers complete the program.
ENERTRAIN is coordinated by the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) and the Workgroup for Economic and Infrastructure Policy (WIP) at TU Berlin. Scientific coordinators of ENERTRAIN are Dr. Friedrich Kunz (DIW Berlin) and Prof Dr. Christian von Hirschhausen (TU Berlin / DIW Berlin).