newest activities

Talk on
"The Uncertainties of Modelling Hydrology under a Changing Climate"
by Tricia Stadnyk

On Wednesday, May 26, 2021 at 10am to 11:15am MST/18:00 to 19:00 CET the AbbyNet monthly lectures series features its first talk.

Talk on
Interpretable PID Parameter Tuning for Control Engineering using General Dynamic Neural Networks
by Klaus Diepold

On Wed 28th of April 2021 at 10am to 11.15 am MST/18:00 to 19:00 CET the AbbyNet monthly lectures series features its next talk .

Abby-Net Summer School will be back in 2022

The next Abby-Net Summer School is planned to be held in 2022 in Bavaria.

Talk on
Power on Short Notice: Roles and Applications of Mechanical Energy Storage Systems
by Pierre Mertiny

On Wed 24th of February 2021 at 10am to 11am MST/18:00 to 19:00 CET the AbbyNet monthly lectures series features its next talk .

Talk on
Climate Change and Energy Systems – a Sensitive Interface
by Ralf Ludwig

On Wed 27th of January 2021 at 10am to 11am MST/18:00 to 19:00 CET the AbbyNet monthly lectures series features its first talk .

Abby-Net starts Online Lecture Series '21

Join our montly lecture series on Energy and Environment related topics in 2021 via Zoom.
for registration contact Julia Linke.

10th Abby-Net Research Workshop

The 10h Abby-Net Research Workshop took place at the Kanaskis Field Station in January 2020.

Abby-Net Summer School'19
on Natural Resource Management and Energy Systems Under Changing Environmental Conditions

The 7th Abby-Net summer school was hosted by the University of Calgary at the Barrier Lake Station. For further informaction click here.

9th Abby-Net Research Workshop

The 9th Abby-Net Research Workshop was hosted at the University of Calgary. At this Workshop Abby-Net PIs shared results, discussed project progress and initiated new research.

Abby-Net Summer School'18
on Trends in future Energy transitions

The 6th Abby-Net summer school took place at Burg Trausnitz,Bavaria. Students developed a trend analysis on future scenarios for energy and environment.

5th Abby-Net Research Workshop

The 5th Abby-Net Research Workshop was hosted at TUM Munich. At this Workshop Abby-Net PIs shared results, discussed project progress and initiated new research.

Our Mission

The mission of ABBY-Net is to bring together researchers from Alberta, Canada and Bavaria, Germany who collaborate on interdisciplinary research and training for an improved understanding of the complex interactions in E³-Systems (Environment, Engineering and Socio-Economics) to facilitate energy systems transitions.

ABBY-Net undertakes:

ABBY-net core topics

Key research topics to facilitate energy transitions include:

KEY RESEARCH APPROACHES

Key research approaches include:

Partner Universities in Alberta

University of Calgary
(UoC)

University of Alberta Edmonton
(UoA)

Partner Universities in Bavaria

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
(LMU)

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
(FAU)

Technische Universität München
(TUM)