Carlo Corinaldesi

 Carlo Corinaldesi

Carlo is a post-doc research associate at the Energy Economics Group (EEG) since 06/2022. He received a B.Sc. in Industrial Energy Engineering in 2015 (Politecnico di Torino), a M.Sc. in Energy Systems and Automation Engineering in 2018 (TU Wien), and a PhD in Energy Economics in 2022 (TU Wien). After joining the EEG in 2018, he has been contributing to many international and national research projects. Carlo’s research interests in energy system analysis and modelling include the portfolio optimization of several end-user energy flexibilities. This has also been the core topic of this PhD thesis, which is based on several peer-review journal papers in the field. The topic also includes the consideration of several flexibility potentials of electric vehicles. In this context, the project Car2Flex is the core focal point of his current research.


06/2022 — date
Post-Doc Research Associate at EEG, TU Wien
07/2018 — 05/2022
Research Associate and PhD Candidate at EEG, TU Wien
M.Sc. Energy Systems and Automation Engineering, TU Wien
B.Sc. in Industrial Energy Engineering, Politecnico di Torino


2021 — 2024

Provision of System Flexibilities of e-Vehicles for different use of e-Mobility for various end user applications

2019 — 2022

Blockchain based ElectricitY trading for the integration Of National and Decentralized local markets

2018 — 2022

Thermal demand and supply as flexible elements of future sustainable energy systems

2018 — 2022

Großflächiger Einsatz von Prosumer-Flexibilität an kurzfristigen Strommärkten unter Berücksichtigung von Prosumer-Interessen