Annual Conference 2014

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Energy strategy 2050 and the new SCCER
Prof. Domenico Giardini, Chair of Seismology and Geodynamics, ETHZ

Climatic change and hydropower
Prof. Paolo Burlando, Chair of Hydrology and Water Resources Management, ETHZ

Aktuelle wirtschaftliche Herausforderungen der Wasserkraft
Michael Wider, Head of Generation, ALPIQ

Challenges for Hydropower within the Framework of the ES2050 and their Implications for Research
Chr. Bühlmann, Stv. Sektion Energieversorgung und Monitoring, Bundesamt für Energie

Broadening the hydraulic turbine operating range for a lean grid integration of new renewable energy resources
Prof. François Avellan, Director of the EPFL Institute of Mechanical Engineering

Hydropower challenges in Switzerland and SCCER-SoE 10 years R&D roadmap
Prof. Anton Schleiss, Laboratoire de constructions hydrauliques, EPFL

The Role of Geothermal Energy in the Swiss Confederation’s Energy Strategy 2050
G. Siddiqi, Deputy Section Energy Research, Bundesamt für Energie

EGS pilot projects in Switzerland: status and outlook
Dr. Peter Meier, CEO of Geo-Energie Suisse

Successes and failures in the development of deep geothermal projects in the Bavarian Molasse basin
Dr. Jörg Uhde, Head of Business Unit Geothermal Power Plants, Axpo

The nature and properties of fracture damage surrounding faults
Prof. Dan Faulkner, Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences, University of Liverpool

A multi-scale, multi-disciplinary approach to understanding and managing induced seismicity
Prof. Wiemer, Director, Swiss Seismological Service, ETHZ

Deep Geothermal challenges in Switzerland and SCCER-SoE 10 year R&D roadmap
Prof. Domenico Giardini, Chair of Seismology and Geodynamics, ETHZ