This page contains the following:
A list of academic publications. See also Google Scholar and my university profile.
Real-Time Carbon Accounting Method for the European Electricity Markets
Managing Volumetric Risk of Long-term Power Purchase Agreements
Flow-based analysis of storage usage in a low-carbon European electricity scenario
Flow-based nodal cost allocation in a heterogeneous highly renewable
European electricity network
Power flows in complex renewable energy networks (to appear)
Contribution to FIAS International Symposion on Discoveries at the Frontiers of Science
Decompositions of injection patterns for nodal flow allocation in renewable electricity networks
Allocation of nodal costs in heterogeneous highly renewable European electricity networks
Optimal heterogeneity in a simplified highly renewable European electricity system
Statistical meandering wake model and its application to yaw-angle optimisation of wind farms
Power Flow Tracing in Complex Networks
Power flow tracing in a simplified highly renewable European electricity network
Scalar and Vector Flow Tracing in a Simplified Highly Renewable European Electricity Network
My Master's thesis: Simulations of a future highly renewable European electricity network.
What is a good name? The S factor in Denmark at the name-level
Increasing inequality in general intelligence and socioeconomic status as a result of immigration in Denmark 1980-2014
Political ignorance and liquid democracy: A partial solution?
This is an old draft manuscript that was never finished.
Virialization of dark matter halos in the large scale structure
My bachelor's thesis: Cosmological N-body simulations of the universe.
A list of public talks.
Flow-based analysis of storage usage in a low-carbon European electricity scenario at the 15th International Conference on the European Energy Market, Łódź, June 2018.
Statistical meandering wake model and its application to yaw-angle optimisation of wind farms at WIND ENERGY DENMARK 2017, Herning, October 2017.
Market integration of renewables at the CoNDyNet Industry Workshop: From Research to Application, Frankfurt, November 2016.
Statistisk modellering af meningsdannelse at Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, June 2015.
A list of selected spare time projects.
A static website rendered by a Django
application. This means I have all the functionality of Python/Django available during development, but only require a simple web server for deployment. I like to keep the site simple and lightweight. Styling is based on Skeleton
A simple Python scraper and parser for Twitter pages using Beautiful Soup 4
and Selenium WebDriver
. This is not for streaming tweets but rather archive old tweets for statistical or semantic analysis. The approach of using a virtual browser in Selenium is slow, but has since proved very useful for other scraping projects, where developers have tried making it difficult to scrape site content.
A tool to navigate the building Navitas at Aarhus University. This was necessary because of no systematic numbering of rooms throughout the building. The project consists of an interactive website accompanied by Android and iOS apps.
A script that finds meta-tags for Google Scholar's indexer on a website and creates a dialog with formatted citations for APA and BibTeX.
An automated tool for creating Ambiance wallpapers for the Jolla phone. Since the release of Sailfish OS 2.0 in the fall of 2015 this tool is now obsolete due to changes in the UI.
An old website from 2012 dedicated to jokes and puns centered around the name Bo. It's simple and ugly on purpose. It's still possible to add new jokes to the database.