Nicolas Gensollen

Nicolas Gensollen
Sorbonne Université | UPMC · Laboratoire d'informatique de Paris 6 (LIP6)

PhD. in computer science

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Abstract We study the interplay between social ties and financial transactions made through a recent cryptocurrency called Ğ 1 $\breve {G}1$ . It has the particularity of combining the usual transaction record with a reliable network of identified users. This gives the opportunity to observe exactly who sent money to whom over a social network. Thi...
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We study the interplay between social ties and financial transactions made through a recent cryptocurrency called $\breve{G}1$. It has the particularity of combining the usual transaction record with a reliable network of identified users. This gives the opportunity to observe exactly who sent money to whom over a social network. This social networ...
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This paper presents a graph-based forward looking algorithm applied to distribution planning in the context of distributed photovoltaic penetration. We study the target hosting capacity problem where the objective is to find the least-cost sequence of system upgrades to reach a predefined hosting capacity target value. We show that commonly used sh...
Thesis
This thesis is devoted to the study of agents called prosumers because they can, from renewable, both produce and consume electricity. If their production exceeds their own needs, they are looking to sell their surplus on electricity markets. We propose to model these prosumers from meteorological data, which has allowed us to highlight non trivial...
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Achieving a successful energetic transition through a smarter and greener electricity grid is a major goal for the 21st century. It is assumed that such smart grids will be characterized by bidirectional electricity flows coupled with the use of small renewable generators and a proper efficient information system. All these bricks might enable end...
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In a smart grid environment, we study coalition formation of prosumers that aim at entering the energy market. It is paramount for the grid operation that the energy producers are able to sustain the grid demand in terms of stability and minimum production requirement. We design an algorithm that seeks to form coalitions that will meet both of thes...
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One of the most important goals of the 21st century is to change radically the way our society produces and distributes energy. This broad objective embodies in the smart grid's futuristic vision of a completely decentralized system powered by renewable plants. Imagine indeed such a real time power network in which everyone could be a consumer or a...

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