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Steven Gabriel gives keynote address at German Economic Research Institute


ISR-affiliated Professor Steven Gabriel (CEE) gave the keynote address at a workshop entitled "Modellieren für die Energiewende – Modellansätze und aktuelle Anwendungen" ("Modeling for the Energy Turnaround - Modeling Approaches and Current Applications") sponsored by the Hertie School of Governance, at the German Economic Research Institute (DIW) on Oct. 12, 2012 in Berlin. Gabriel's talk focused on the complex interaction of natural gas, electricity, and renewables and highlighted key areas of possible modeling and analysis that cut across the energy, transportation, and agricultural sectors. The DIW also used this occasion to launch Gabriel's new book, "Complementarity Modeling in Energy Markets" (Springer, 2012), co-written with A. J. Conejo, J.D. Fuller, B.F. Hobbs and C. Ruiz.

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January 18, 2013


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