EuroSun 2020 - Best Poster Award - Winner announced!

14. September 2020

ISES, the organizers of EuroSun 2020 and Elsevier are pleased to announce the winner of the EuroSun 2020 Best Poster Award!

65 posters, covering the12 conference themes of EuroSun 2020 were submitted to the EuroSun 2020 Best Poster Competition. All submitted posters were ranked by the Theme Chairs of their respective theme and submitted to the Best Paper Award Committee who chose this year's winning poster due to the scientific merit of the poster and its clear format, presenting the findings in an excellent way.

Out of the 65 posters submitted to the competition the winners are Ph. D. Maria Malvoni and Prof. Nikos Hatziargyriou from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens, Greece with their poster on Forecasting Power Output of Distributed PV Systems.

The poster presents a proposed forecasting method which can capture the correlations of distributed PV plants to improve the prediction accuracy. Please find the E-poster as well as a handout presenting the full study below as well as a recording of the presentation given by the poster author on occasion of EuroSun 2020.

On winning the EuroSun 2020 Best Poster Award, Ms Malvoni said: " I am very honoured to receive the EuroSun 2020 Best Poster Award. From my side, the conference was a great experience to meet the solar energy experts as well as networking opportunities. As a Virtual Conference due to COVID-19, the EUROSUN 2020 was organized in an excellent manner. Of course, I will participate next year."

The EuroSun Best Paper Award was sponsored by Elsevier, publisher of the ISES Solar Energy Journal and Adam Fraser, Senior Publisher for Renewable and Sustainable Energy Journals at Elsevier expressed his congratulations to Ms Malvoni and Prof. Hatziargyriou, wishing them the best of luck for their future work. 

 

E-Poster - Forecasting Power Output of Distributed PV Systems

Abstract - Forecasting Power Output of Distributed PV Systems