Mattia Marinelli

Associate Professor, Head of Section

Mattia Marinelli

Department of Wind and Energy Systems


Frederiksborgvej 399

Building 330 Room S12

4000 Roskilde





Power System Dynamics and Stability Dynamic Modellling & Simulation of Electric Power Systems Renewable Energy, wind power integration Renewable energy Energy storage Demand Response SmartGrids Vehicle to grid

Summary - more information can be found in my personal page: www.mattiamarinelli.eu Mattia Marinelli (born 1983 in Genoa, Italy) holds a master degree in electrical engineering (2007) and a PhD degree in power systems (2011) from the University of Genoa, Italy. Since 2012, he has been working at the Technical University of Denmark, where he is associate professor in distributed energy resources. His research interests include power system integration studies, wind and solar data analysis, demand-side and electric vehicles management, and distributed energy resources modeling. Mattia teaches two courses at master level on wind integration and distributed energy technologies and is involved in four research projects: EV4EU, focusing on developing and testing V2X strategies; H2020 Insulae, where is responsible for the demonstration activities on the island of Bornholm on technologies for energy decarbonization; Danish funded Topcharge, where a new innovative storage system for EV fast-charging buffering is being developed; Danish funded ACDC, where he is leading the development of a new autonomous electric vehicle smart charging technology. Since May 2022, Mattia has been leading a section with 26 researchers focusing on e-mobility and prosumers integration. CompetencesElectric vehicle technologiesBattery energy systemsElectric power distributionWind and solar generationPower system operation and controlActive distribution networksProsumer technologiesHybrid power plantsEnergy management systemsElectric vehicle charging management Applications Grid integrated electric vehicles; Smart and autonomous charging; Vehicle-to-grid; Fast-charging stations; Charging patterns; Hybrid power plants; Behind-the-meter applications; Electric vehicle battery degradation; EV clustering and control Research involvement: currently working in 5 EU and national projects (previously involved in 21 research projects). - FLOW (Internal project leader). Flexible energy systems Leveraging the Optimal integration of EVs deployment Wave. Horizon Europe project, which tests, validates and enhances user-centric V2X smart charging solutions and their orchestrated integration into energy grids that deliver flexibility assets to favour additional penetration of renewables and alleviate energy grid challenge. Project scale 10 M€; Internal budget 0.5 M€; 07/2022 - 06/2026 - EV4EU (Internal project leader). Horizon Europe funded project, will propose and implement bottom-up and user-centric Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) management strategies creating the conditions for the mass deployment of electric vehicles. Project scale 9 M€; Internal budget 1.2 M€; 06/2022 - 11/2025 - INSULAE (Internal project leader and WP leader). H2020 (European) funded project, which aims at proving technologies for increasing renewables and energy independency in 3 demo-islands (including the island of Bornholm for which I am responsible). Project scale: 12 M€; Internal budget: 1.2 M€; 04/2019 – 11/2023. http://insulae-h2020.eu/ - ACDC - Autonomously Controlled Distributed Chargers (Project leader). EUDP (Danish) funded project, which will develop an electric vehicle autonomous smart charge controller to ensure the fulfillment of specific grid services. Project scale: 2.4 M€; Internal budget: 0.8 M€; 04/2020 - 09/2023. https://www.acdc-bornholm.eu/ - Topcharge (Internal projects leader). EUDP and IFD (Danish) funded projects. The goal of the TOPChargE project is to demonstrate and mature a next-generation high-power charger. The TOPChargE system is centered around a variable topology battery system allowing to store electricity and use it to charge electric vehicles directly from the battery. Project scale: 4 M€; Internal budget: 0.5 M€; 01/2020 - 12/2021 (EUDP); 07/2020 - 06/2023 (IFD). https://topcharge.eu/ PhD student supervision (ongoing): - Xihai Cao, "V2X Management Strategies of EV Charging to Enhance Renewable Integration and System Stability," Ph.D. in E.E. connected to the EV4EU project, DTU, 11/2022 – 10/2025 (supervisors: M. Marinelli, C. Ziras) - Anna Malkova, “Electric Vehicles Powered Hybrid Power Plants,” Alliance Ph.D. in E.E. with NTNU and connected to ACDC and EV4EU projects, DTU, 10/2022 – 09/2025 (supervisors: M. Marinelli, C. Træholt, M. Korpås) - Mirko Ledro, “Offshore wind-Battery Energy Li-Ion Control Scheme,” Industrial D. in E.E. with Ørsted, DTU, 09/2022 – 08/2025 (supervisors: M. Marinelli, C. Træholt, M. Paludan, O. E. Idehen) - Simone Striani, “Electric vehicle clustering methods for behind the meter services,” Ph.D. in E.E. connected to the ACDC and FUSE projects, DTU, 07/2021 – 06/2024 (supervisors: M. Marinelli, P. B. Andersen) - Zoltan Mark Pinter, “Advanced Management and Control of Reconfigurable Battery Systems,” Ph.D. in E.E. connected to the Topcharge projects, DTU, 07/2021 – 06/2024 (supervisors: M. Marinelli, C. Træholt, G. Rohde) - Tim Unterluggauer, "Urban Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure - Grid Impacts and Services," Ph.D. in E.E. connected to the FUSE project, DTU, 03/2021 – 02/2024 (supervisors: P. B. Andersen, J. Rich, M. Marinelli) - Kristian Sevdari, “Control and clustering of autonomous electric vehicle chargers,” Ph.D. in E.E. connected to the ACDC project, DTU, 12/2020 – 11/2023 (supervisors: M. Marinelli, P. B. Andersen) Teaching and education involvement: - 46745 (Integration of wind power in the power system - former 31783). Main teacher and course responsible. Editions taught: 2014-2023. https://kurser.dtu.dk/course/2022-2023/46745 - 46740 (Distributed energy technologies modelling and control - former 31778). Main teacher and course responsible. Editions taught: 2017-2023. https://kurser.dtu.dk/course/2022-2023/46740 Membership and advisory roles: - Study line responsible for the Electric Energy System track of the Sustainable Energy master. - Co-organizer and scientific publication chair of the 4th Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT Europe 2013): 450 participants; 558 extended abstract received; 254 full papers published. - CINELDI (Centre for Intelligent Electricity Distribution @SINTEF) Scientific Committee member. - UPEC (University Power Engineering Conference) Steering Committee member since 2017. - IEEE Senior member since 2017 (member since 2010). - IEEE Denmark Section, Power&Energy Chapter chair (01/2019-12/2020). - Reviewer for IEEE PES Transactions and Elsevier Journals Applied Energy, EPSR, Energy and SEGAN.