Long-range power system planning for renewable integration under uncertainty
Visual encoding of dissimilarity data via topology-preserving map deformation
Available for comment on
The future of Australian energy mix
As Deputy Director of the Monash Energy Materials and Systems Institute (MEMSI) and Senior Lecturer at Monash’s Faculty of Information Technology, Dr Ariel Liebman leads Monash's Digital Energy initiatives. He brings together researchers from across disciplines such as Data Science, Optimisation and Electrical Engineering to identify ways to integrate new and renewable technologies into the system optimally.
Ariel is an energy markets specialist with 15 years’ experience across all aspects of the electricity supply chain incorporating modelling of deregulated power markets and generation investment planning, network regulation analysis, and commercial retail portfolio energy trading and risk management (ETRM). One of his recent activities is the modeling and simulation of electricity markets using high performance computing platforms such as computing clouds to manage the explosive complexity in analysing future system scenarios to incorporate technology cost uncertainty and policy volatility. Ariel holds a PhD in Physics from the University of Queensland and a Masters in Physics from Auckland University. He has published on various aspects of the electricity industry including impacts of emission trading, real-options investment, and wholesale price forecasting.
Ariel Liebman's Articles
Baffled by baseload? Dumbfounded by dispatchables?
The term “energy crisis” is bandied around quite loosely with some confusion around whether the crisis is about prices or security of supply.