Students

On this webpage you find a list of all available student projects:

Cooperative Distributed Management in Building Climate Comfort Systems with Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) Systems Smart Grids

Master Thesis Title: Tractable Reserve Scheduling Formulations for Alternating Current Power Grids with Uncertain Generation

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Short Bio: Ole is born in Haarlem, the Netherlands. He has a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Delft University of Technology and is currently in his second year of his master Systems and Control. His fields of interest include optimization, machine learning and modeling. In his free time he enjoys sailing, skiing, cycling and spending time with friends.

Graduation Date (Presentation and Defense): Tuesday 2 May 2017, 09.30am - 11.30am, in Room Emile Truijen, Faculty 3mE, Delft University of Technology.

You can find his thesis here and some photos from his graduation ceremony in here.

I am proud to announce that my master student Ole ter Haar defenses his final thesis project. He received an excellent (exceptional) grade from the board of examiners (9.5 out of 10). This yields a Master degree with cum laude graduation award for Ole ter Haar. You can find his thesis here and some photos from his graduation ceremony in here. The board of examiners consists of Prof. Mart A.M.M. van der Meijden, Prof. Jacob W. van der Woude, myself, and Prof. Tamas Keviczky.

Master Thesis Title: Distributed Energy Management in Smart Thermal Grids with Uncertain Demands

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Short Bio: He is from Indonesia and currently, he is in the second year of his master in Systems and Control. He got his bachelor degree in electrical engineering from University of Indonesia in 2011. Before coming to TU Delft, He had worked for 2.5 years in Indonesia. He is interested in the field of control theory and optimization. In his spare time, he loves reading books and playing badminton.

Graduation Date (Presentation and Defense): Tuesday 30 August 2016, 09.30am - 11.30am, in Room C, Faculty 3mE, Delft University of Technology.

You can find his thesis here and some photos from his graduation ceremony in here.

He received a very good grade from the board of examiners (8.5 out of 10), and he will be heading over the pond to Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain, working with Carlos Ocampo-Martinez in November. The board of examiners consists of Prof. Matthijs Spaan, myself, Prof. Tamas Keviczky, and Prof. Hans Hellendoorn.