Title: Trinity Solar beteiligungen
Paul Grunow has completed his Ph.D at the age of 30 years from Technical University Berlin and Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin and postdoctoral studies from the COPPE/UFRJ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is the general manager of Trinity Solarbeteiligungen GmbH, an investment company in renewable energies. Before, he co-founded three companies in the area of photovoltaics based in Berlin, i.e. Solon, Q-Cells, PI Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin. He has published more than 12 papers in reputed journals.
Title: Research on power optimization strategies of photovoltaic array on highway pavement under the dynamic random vehicle shading conditions
As a new trend of photovoltaic (PV) power generation comprehensive utilization project, "PV + expressway" is in the embryonic stage of development. Compared with the traditional PV power generation system, the shadow distribution of vehicles with strong random uncertainty and rapid change speed is formed by the high-speed driving vehicles in the PV highway.
Mingxuan Mao received the Ph.D. degree in control theoryand control engineering at Chongqing University in 2017.From June 2016 to June 2017, he was a visiting scholar in University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K., where he was engaged in research on advanced control theory and applications for renewable power generation and power electronics. His research interests include renewableenergy systems, power electronics converterand artificial intelligence algorithm.
Title: Advanced remote sensing methods for environmental development monitoring
This research presents advanced remote sensing methods and techniques for monitoring and analysis of environmental development. The research deals with novel state-of-the-art technology for spatial data collection based on satellite imagery as well as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Preprocessing, classification of satellite and aerial imageries, as well as methods for the land-cover mapping, environmental monitoring, and environment development analysis will be shown and explained in real cases.
Professor Mateo Gasparovic, Ph.D. is the head of the chair of photogrammetry and remote sensing of the faculty of geodesy, University of Zagreb. As a scientist, Prof. Gasparovic actively works on the development and application of advanced remote sensing and photogrammetry methods in environmental science, geoinformation system, documentation of cultural heritage and the development of UAVs.