PresentationsScietific work in the centre is presented at national and international energy conferences. Below some of the centres presentations are listed.
ICAE2011 - International Conference on Applied Energy
Modelling of heat supply and heat savings in a 100 % renewable heat and power system in Denmark in 2050Balyk O. and Zvingilaite E.
ENVIROMIS-2010: International Conference and Early Career Scientists School on Environmental Observations, Modeling and Information Systems, Tomsk, Russia, 5-11 July 2010
Enviro-HIRLAM: Environment – HIgh Resolution Limited Area Model: Research and Development, Technical Support and Science Education
Baklanov A., Sass B.H., Mahura A., Korsholm U.S., Nuterman R., Nielsen K.P., Nielsen N.W., Petersen C., Sattler K., Zakey A.
Dubrovnik conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, Dubrovnik-Croatia – 20 September-3 October 2009
Human health-related externalities in energy system modelling (Conference paper)Zvingilaite, E. (2009)
The Nordic Health Economic Study Group’s meeting, Iceland, August 2009
Health economic consequences of the future energy production – a framework for analysis.Jan Sørensen.
CITES-2009: Young Scientists School and International Conference on Computational Information Technologies for Environmental Sciences, Russia, Krasnoyarsk, July 5-15
Coupling of different scale atmospheric models for environment modelling of urban areasNuterman R., Baklanov A., Starchenko A.
The International Energy Workshop, Venice-Italy – 17-19 June 2009
Modelling of heating sector in Denmark with focus on local externalities.Zvingilaite, E.
Proceedings from 7th International Conference on Air Quality - Science and Application (Air Quality 2009), Istanbul, 24-27 March 2009
THOR – an operational and integrated model system for air pollution
forecasting and management from regional to local scale (Conference
Brandt, J. et al.
IOP Conference, Copenhagen March, 2009 S21.08 Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges and Decisions
Economic optimization of the Danish energy systems through minimization of direct costs as well as indirect costs related to air born pollutionKaas, E.(2009) http://download.iop.org/ees/ees9_6_212008.pdf
European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU), Vienna, Austria, 20 - 24 April 2009
The new Danish Centre of Energy, Environment and Health (CEEH)Brandt, J.; The CEEH team (2008) EGU2008-A-08386; AS3.06-1TH5P-0078; Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10, EGU2008-A-08386, 2008 http://www.cosis.net/abstracts/EGU2008/08386/EGU2008-A-08386.pdf
Assessment of health-cost externalities of air pollution at the national level using the EVA model systemBrandt, J., L. M. Frohn, J. H. Christensen, M. S. Andersen, O. Hertel, C. Geels, A. Buus Hansen, K. M. Hansen, G. B. Hedegaard, and C. A. Skjøth
Poster presented at Session "Air Pollution Modelling"See the poster (pdf)
New accurate methods for modelling of the continuity equationBuus Hansen, A.; Kaas, E.; Christensen, J. H. EGU2008-A-12191; AS3.06-1TH5P-0081; Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10, EGU2008-A-12191, 2008 http://www.cosis.net/abstracts/EGU2008/12191/EGU2008-A-12191.pdf
Enviro-HIRLAM: on-line coupled modelling of meteorological and
atmospheric chemical transport processes with two-way feedbacks
Baklanov, A., et al (2008)
In: Interaction between climate change, air pollution and related impacts. TemaNord 2008:602, ISBN 978-92-893-1791-7, pp. 55-60.
The first CEEH Energy Externality Workshop - February 6 and 7 at Risø-DTU, DK-4000, Roskilde, Denmark
Methodology for Energy, Environment and Health Integrated ResearchPresentations by danish and international energy researchers
See the programme here
See the presentations here
ACCENT/GLOREAM Workshop 2007, Berlin, Germany, 28-30 November 2007
Precentation of the centre at workshop on tropospheric chemical
The new Danish Centre of Energy, Environment and Health (CEEH) - basic ideas and frameworkLise M. Frohn, National Environmental Research Institute (email@example.com)
Abstract: The objective of the
Environment and Health (CEEH) is to provide advanced research of energy
production and related environmental/health issues and thereby
from these areas. The main goals are to study the future production of
A key element of the CEEH will be to expand, evaluate and apply integrated models for the whole impact pathways, including integrated energy system, emissions, atmospheric chemistry/transport, human exposure, human health models as well as cost models. The main research areas include:
- Modelling and research in atmospheric transport, dispersion, chemistry and faith of pollutants due to energy production and consumption. Both primary and secondary particles as well as chemical gas-phase constituents will be considered. Knowledge of the regional and local environmental burden related to emissions of pollutants and accidental risks from power production is needed for estimation of environmental and health costs.
- Physiological and statistical studies of the impact of atmospheric pollutants on the human body and on health in general. Based on the atmospheric burden these studies will be used to quantify the relative importance and costs of different types and amounts of emissions (as well as other types of environmental impacts).
The grant for CEEH covers a 5-year period from 2007-2011, and the basic model system to be applied in the Centre is the EVA model system (External Valuation of Air pollution) developed at NERI/AU.See more about the workshop
Second International Conference on Earth System Modelling - Hamburg 2007Poster presentation of a new numerical method for atmospheric modelling
A new locally mass conserving, monotonic and accurate method for solving the continuityequations in Earth System ModelsEigil Kaas, University of Copenhagen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- a simple and cost effective method to ensure local, i.e. inherent, mass conservation in traditional semi-implicit (SI), semi-Lagrangian (SL)models
- an efficient locally mass conserving spatial filter.
model in plain geometry but with topography. Without the filter the scheme is at least as accurate as the traditional SL schemes. The filter enhances the accuracy for all tests carried out. However, it becomes particularly impressive near sharp gradients and discontinuities. The increase in numerical cost of the new scheme relative to traditional SI-SL models is small, particularly when there are several passive tracers
See the poster (pdf)
International Energy Workshop - June 25-29, 2007
The centre was presented at the "International Energy Workshop" (IEW) and at "Energy Technology System Analysis Programme" (ETSAP) workshop, held jointly in San Francisco 25-29 juni 2007.
Integrating Externalities in Optimisation of Future Energy Systems
Analysis Department, Roskilde, Denmark. bNational
Environmental Research Institute, Aarhus
Denmark. c Niels
See the presentations: CEEH IEW 2007.pdf and CEEH ETSAP 2007.pdf
Kick-off presentations from each CEEH partner institute
At the centre kick-off meting January 2007 each partner institute gave
a presentation of their on-going work. These can be seen below.
Niels Bohr Institute (NBI) - University of Copenhagen (UoC)
|A new efficient numerical method
to solve the continuity equation for atmospheric pollutants
Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI)
|DMI Modeling Systems and Plans
for CEEH Activities
National Environment Research Institute (NERI) - Universit of Aarhus (UoAa)
|THOR - an operational integrated
air pollution forecast and management system.
Natioanl Institute for Public Health (NIPH) - University of Southern Denmark (SDU)
på baggrund af meteorologiske data
Esben Meulengracht Flachs
vurdering af effekten af risikofaktorintervention
Risø National Laboratory - Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
|On-going activities: Risø
Lars Henrik Nielsen
Centre for Applied Health Services Research and Technology Assessment (CAST)
- University of Southern Denmark (SDU)
helbredsmæssige og økonomiske konsekvenser ar ændret
adfærd omkring frugt og grønt, fysisk aktivitet og omega-3
Institute for Public Health - University of Aarhus (UoAa)