Ir. T.E. (Tristan) de Wildt

Profile

Tristan is a PhD researcher at the Energy and Industry section of the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management of Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands. After having completed the System Engineering, Policy Analysis and Management program in Delft, he worked as a consultant within the CWE Flow-Based Market Coupling project. Since December 2015, Tristan carries out a research on the selection of value-robust energy systems.

Research

Tristan’s research focusses on the selection of value-robust smart energy systems. Due to conflicting values in designs, societal concerns may emerge which may influence the institutional and technical stability of smart energy systems and largely affect their performance. Our aim is to propose smart energy systems that are able to cope with these emerging societal concerns. This is done by using agent-based simulation, multi-objective robust optimization and the scenario discovery technique.

  • TB141EA Introductie in Energie- en Industriesystemen (teacher tutorial) 

Capturing the societal value of smart energy systems

Aim: developing innovative organizational and business models that take moral values into account and are robust to value conflicts.


Tristan de Wildt

PhD candidate


Department:
Engineering Systems and Services

Group:
Energy and Industry

Research interests:
Modelling and Simulation
Decision-making under deep uncertainty
Institutional Economics
Smart Energy Systems
Moral acceptability of energy systems


Additional information

Ir. T.E. (Tristan) de Wildt

publicaties
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2016 - Introductie in Energy- en Industriesystemen
2016 - Introductie in Energy- en Industriesystemen
2017 - Introductie in Energy- en Industriesystemen
2015 - Introductie in Energie- en Industriesystemen
2018 - Introductie in Energy- en Industriesystemen
2019 - Introductie in Energy- en Industriesystemen