Hellenic International Power Group 2021

Multimedia amphitheater, Zografou campus, NTUA, Athens, Greece

The annual meeting of the Hellenic International Power Group gathers Greek power system professionals at an annual meeting that has been held in the National Technical University of Athens since 2016. The goal of the event is to foster exchange among power system professionals who are active internationally, with the first day of the event featuring short overviews of attendants’ research activities and the second day featuring presentations by invited speakers. This year’s event celebrates the contributions of Professors Costas Vournas, Nikos Hatziargyriou, and Pantelis Capros by featuring them as guest speakers for the second day of the event.

Dates: The event was held on December 21-22, 2021.

Location. The event was hybrid, with the physical part of the meeting held at the National Technical University of Athens.

Videos and presentations. The event has been held as a Teams Meeting. Sessions have been recorded, and can be accessed by clicking on the session titles below. Presentations, whenever available, can be accessed by clicking on the presentation titles below.

Session 1 (video)
11:15 – 12:15Pantelis Capros (NTUA)
PRIMES Model for the Power, Heat and Steam Supply Sector
12:15 – 13:15Nikos Hatziargyriou (NTUA)
The Evolution of Research in Microgrids Control
Session 2 (video)
14:15 – 15:15Costas Vournas (NTUA)
A Journey in the Analysis of Power System Dynamics