Modeling, Computing & Optimization on RES and Electrical Technologies Application
Panel Chair: Professor Valeriy Kharchenko
Federal Scientific Agroengineering Center VIM, Russia
Nowadays circumstances year by year puts forward new problems and challenges. Mankind food and other vital goods consuption steadyly grows. To meet these requirements constant involving in economic circulation of new lands and territories, suitable for the economic activities organisation is required.
As a rule these territories and peaces of lands disposed far of main populations activity and in the same time from centralized centres of energy supply. The most suitable activity for these territories is agriculture.
Start a business in such territories is easiest if you are engaged in the production of agricultural products on small-scale enterprises, with a small number of employed people. Small scale production makes it possible to quickly deploy work, easier and faster to ensure the sale of products.
Such activities require special technical support measures both for the livelihood of people living there and for organizing a highly efficient and cost-effective production process. Naturally, in such territories it is easiest and quickest to deploy activities related to the production of agricultural products. Such enterprises are easier to provide with energy resources, in particular, using renewable energy sources.
Existing technologies of energy supply, cropping and processing of crops can not always be easily adapted to use in small and medium-sized enterprises.
There was such a situation that information of this kind is needed not only directly by the worker in the village. The manufacturers and developers of such technical facilities and technologies and scientific organizations that are engaged in the development of technologies and equipment for the power industry of the village, production processes of various types, as well as the problems of housing and communal solutions, are showing great interest in new efficient means of conducting agricultural business, especially on a small scale, problems of the rural population.
At the same time, the implementation in practice of new technologies, both renewable energy sources and agro-production technologies at all production stages, has a number of barriers and obstacles, for the overcoming of which it is necessary to carry out a complex of scientific research or experimental design work. Their implementation requires a lot of money and time.
Significantly accelerate these processes may be by using modern approaches such as Intelligent Computing, including such approaches as Artificial intelligence, Quantum computing, Artificial Neural Networks, Self-Organizing, Fuzzy logic, Membrane computing, Evolutionary computation, Learning theory, Probabilistic methods, Image processing Computer vision etc., and Optimization, comprising such approaches as Ant colony optimization, Artificial bee colony, Artificial immune systems, Artificial neural networks, Automatic computing, Bacterial foraging, Combinatorial Optimization, Computational intelligence, continuous optimization, Cultural algorithms, Direct Search, Fuzzy optimization, Hybrid algorithms, Local and global search, Memetic algorithms and many, many others.
It seems advisable to apply these approaches for the promotion of new technologies mentioned above, it would be advisable to consider it at ICO2018 within a special panel or workshop and for this purpose, please kindly contact Prof. Kharchenco for your participation in this panel session.
Professor Valeriy Kharchenko is a researcher and consultant in a wide range of energy saving fields, including energy policy at national and international level, energy RTD strategy, RUE and RES. Education 1994 - 1995 Tacis Training Programme (Manager in energy) 1994 Tashkent State Technical University, Uzbekistan (professor) 1987 State Higher Training Courses on Patenting and Invention (Certificate with distinction) 1987 Institute of Electronics, Moscow (Doctor of Engineering Sciences Degree) 1969 Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk (Candidate of Chemistry Degree) 1956 - 1961 Tashkent Polytechnic Institute (Technical University) (?echnology engineer) International activity experience: 1994-1996 –counterpart expert in the Project of EU “Monitoring and evaluation of the energy (non-nuclear) projects implementation in Uzbekistan” ( carried out by European companies); 1998-2000 - the expert for evaluation of submitted proposals INTAS (ID 716); 1996-2000 –senior expert of the Central Asia Energy Advisory Group (a project under the EC DG XVII’s SYNERGY Programme) with obligations included duties for formation of expert groups, peering and estimation of their reports and preparing general Interim and Final annual reports; 2000-2001 years -UNDP Program, Global Environmental Facility, Government of Uzbekistan (Joint Project UZB/98/G42/A/1G/99), expert at the premises. Among of obligations - evaluation and reception of reports of local expert groups on various aspects of the organization of heating and hot water supply system of Tashkent city Area of Scientific activity. Development of new technological approaches for superpure silicon fabrication, improvement of silicon epitaxial layers technology, application of silicon layers in various devices, including PV cells, application of installations on the basis of solar cells in practice, development of new approaches for production of silicon for solar cells, application of a solar energy for electricity and heat producrion; Participation in a number of international projects of the Eurocommission and UNDP on an energy policy, energy saving (RUE) and renewable energy sources (RES), works on increase of efficiency of use of energy in systems of heating and hot water supply.
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