Department of Energy Systems
Argonne National Laboratory
United States of America
Audun Botterud is an Energy Systems Engineer in the Center for Energy, Environmental and Economic Systems Analysis. His research focuses on modeling and analysis of electricity markets and power systems, using a variety of mathematical optimization and simulation methods. He is particularly interested in decision making under uncertainty as it pertains to the planning and operation of power and energy systems. After joining Argonne in 2005, Botterud contributed to the development of the Electricity Market Complex Adaptive System (EMCAS) model and agent-based simulator of restructured electricity markets. More recently, his work has focused on challenges related to the integration of renewable energy (wind and solar) into the electric power grid. He led a project on improved wind power forecasting and better use of forecasts in electricity markets. Previous to his tenure at Argonne, Botterud was part of SINTEF Energy Research in Trondheim, Norway. At SINTEF, he developed optimization tools for hydropower scheduling and reservoir management, and conducted studies of the Nordic electricity market. Some of his Ph.D. studies were performed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Botterud A, Zhou Z, Wang J, Bessa RJ, Keko H, Sumaili J, Miranda V. Wind power trading under uncertainty in LMP markets. IEEE Transactions on power systems. 2012 May;27(2):894-903.
Ferreira C, Gama J, Matias L, Botterud A, Wang J. A survey on wind power ramp forecasting. Argonne National Laboratory (ANL); 2011 Feb 23.
Botterud A, Ilic MD, Wangensteen I. Optimal investments in power generation under centralized and decentralized decision making. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems. 2005 Feb;20(1):254-63.