Multiple Criteria Performance Modelling and Impact Assessment of
Renewable Energy Systems - Literature Review.- Towards Energy
Self-sufficiency in Large Metropolitan Areas: Business
Opportunities on Renewable Electricity in Madrid.- How do Energy
Engineers of the Future Think? Analysis of Master Students'
Proposals.- Concentrated Solar Plants: Present and Future.-
Concentrated Solar Plants Management: Big Data and Neural Network.-
Wind Energy Power Prospective.- Managing Costs and Review for Icing
Blades Problem.- Big Data and Wind Turbines Maintenance
Management.- Societal and Environmental Impact of High Energy
Return on Investment (EROI) Geothermal Energy Access.- Future
Maintenance Management in Renewable Energies.
Prof. Fausto Pedro Garcia Marquez obtained his European Doctorate
in 2004 at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM, Spain) with
a maximum distinction. He has distinguee with the Runner Prize
(2015) Advancement Prize (2013) and Silver Prize (2012) by the
International Society of Management Science and Engineering
Management, or the Advancement Prize in the Third International
Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management. He is
working at UCLM as Senior Lecturer (with tenure, accredited as Full
Professor), Spain, Honorary Senior Research Fellow at Birmingham
University, United Kingdom, Lecturer at the Postgraduate European
Institute, and he was Senior Manager in Accenture (2013-2014).
Fausto has managed a great number of projects: 5 Europeans as
Principal Investigator (PI), 4 FP7 framework programme and 1
Euroliga+4), being researcher in 3 FP7; He is PI in 2 national
projects, and he has participated in 2 as PI and 2 as researcher; 4
Regional Projects, 1 as PI and 3 as researcher; 3 University
Projects, 1 as PI and 2 as researcher; and more than 100 with
research institutes and industrial companies (98% as director). He
has been evaluator in different programs, nationals and
internationals... As a result of the research work, he has
published more than 150 papers (65 % in ISI journals, 30% in JCR
journals and 92% internationals), being main author of 68
publications. Some of these papers have been especially recognised,
e.g. by "Renewable Energy" (as "Best Paper Award 2014");
"International Society of Management Science and Engineering
Management" (as "excellent"), and by the "International Journal of
Automation and Computing" and "IMechE Part F: Journal of Rail and
Rapid Transit" (most downloaded), etc. He is author of 18 books
(Elsevier, Springer, Pearson, Mc-GrawHill, Intech, IGI, Marcombo,
AlfaOmega,...), and he is author of 5 patents. He is associate
editor of the International Journals: Engineering Management
Research, Open Journal of Safety Science and Technology, and
International Journal of Engineering and Technologies, and he has
participated as Committee Member in more than 25 International
Conferences. He is Director of Ingenium Research Group.
Dr. Mayorkinos Papaelias (Ph.D. in Metallurgy, Chartered Engineer - Greece) is Senior Lecturer in NDT and Condition Monitoring at the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham. Dr Papaelias is an expert in NDT and condition monitoring technology. He has been involved as technical coordinator or scientific consultant in several FP6 and FP7 collaborative research projects. He is the author or co-author of more than 70 journal and conference papers in NDT and condition monitoring. He is also a Member of the International Society for Condition Monitoring. Dr Papaelias regularly authors articles for industrial magazines.
Dr. Alexander Karyotakis after graduating in Mechanical Engineering and completing a PhD on the optimization of offshore wind farm O&M strategies and reliability of wind turbines at University College London (UCL), he has been working as a coordinator and business developer on renewable energy projects, while involved as a technical consultant in several international research and development programs in renewables including NIMO, Optimus and SolarFox, having published highly cited journal and conference papers in renewables. In 2010 he joined TERNA ENERGY (Member of GEK-TERNA Group), where he got involved and coordinated the development, engineering, construction and operation of large onshore wind projects in Europe and the USA, while supervised the first stage technical design and conceptual development of several offshore wind farms (conventional and floating) in southern Europe.