Vladimir Koritarov

Vladimir Koritarov

Principal Energy Systems Engineer
- Decision and Information Sciences

Vladimir Koritarov is the Deputy Director of the Center for Energy, Environmental, and Economic Systems Analysis in the Decision and Information Sciences Division.  The Center provides analytical services on strategic energy and environmental issues to government agencies, international organizations, and private institutions around the world.

He has 30 years of experience in the analysis and modeling of electric and energy systems in domestic and international applications.

Most recently, Koritarov has been working on the development of new agent-based modeling approaches for the simulation of energy and electricity markets, and applying advanced simulation methods to study the role and possible evolution of non-conventional energy resources, such as renewable generation and energy storage.

A large component of his work relates to technology transfer, capacity building, and providing technical assistance and training to developing countries. He has managed numerous energy and environmental projects, and provided technical assistance to more than 30 countries.

Awards, Honors & Memberships

  • Three-time recipient of DIS Special Achievement Award, Argonne National Laboratory
  • DIS Appreciation Certificate, Argonne National Laboratory, 2003
  • Exceptional Performance Award, Argonne National Laboratory, 1996
  • Member, IEEE Power Engineering Society
  • Member, National Hydropower Association
  • U.S. Representative for Hydro Annex IX, International Energy Agency

Publications & Patents

  • U.S. Patent Pending, “Frequency Based Electric Vehicle Charge Controller System and Method for Implementing Demand Response and Regulation Services to Power Grid using Frequency Detection.”
  • Donalek P., B. Trouille, and V. Koritarov, “Modeling and Analyzing the Value of Advanced Pumped Storage”, International Journal on Hydropower & Dams, Vol. 19, Issue 4, pp. 50-51, July 2012.
  • Conzelmann G. and V. Koritarov, “Smart Planning for a Smart Grid”, Power Grid International, Vol. 15.09, pp. 48-50, September 2010.
  • Wang, J., A. Botterud, G. Conzelmann, and V.S. Koritarov, “Multi-Agent System for Short and Long-Term Power Market Simulations”, International Journal of Innovations in Energy System and Power, Vol. 4. no. 1, April 2009.
  • Fei Zhao, Jianhui Wang, Vladimir Koritarov, Godfried Augenbroe, “Agent-Based Modeling of Interaction between Commercial Building Stocks and the Power Grid,” IEEE Conference on Innovative Technologies, Boston, MA, 27-29 September 2009.
  • Jianhui Wang, Audun Botterud, Vladimir Koritarov, Thomas D. Veselka, “Renewable Energy in Generation Expansion Planning Models,” INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Diego, 2009.
  • Kovacina, T., V. Koritarov, and A. Ademovic, ”Power Plants Construction Planning in Bosnia and Herzegovina,” VII BiH CIGRÉ Meeting, Neum, Bosnia and Herzegovina, September 27 – October 1, 2009.
  • Wang, J., V. Koritarov, J. Kim, “Agent-Based Modeling of a Cap-and-Trade System in Electricity Markets, ”IEEE PES General Meeting, pp.1-8, July 26-29, 2009
  • Wang, J., A. Botterud, G. Conzelmann, and V. Koritarov: “Market Power Analysis in the EEX Electricity Market: An Agent-Based Simulation Approach,” IEEE PES General Meeting, Page(s):1-8, July 20-24, 2008.
  • Wang, J., A. Botterud, G. Conzelmann, and V. Koritarov: “Multi-agent System for Short and Long-term Power Market Simulations”, 16th Power Systems Computation Conference - PSCC2008, Glasgow, Scotland, July 14-18, 2008.
  • Wang, J., A. Botterud, G. Conzelmann, and V. Koritarov: “Simulating Prices in the German and Austrian Electricity Market: An Agent-based Approach”, 16th Power Systems Computation Conference - PSCC2008, Glasgow, Scotland, July 14-18, 2008.
  • Thimmapuram, P., T. Veselka, V. Koritarov, S. Vilela, R. Pereira, and R.F. Silva, Modeling Hydro Power Plants in Deregulated Electricity Markets: Integration and Application of EMCAS and VALORAGUA, 5th International Conference on the European Electricity Market, Lisbon, Portugal, May 2008.
  • Veselka, T.D., A. Botterud, G. Conzelmann, V. Koritarov, L. Poch, and J. Wang: “Climate Change Impacts on the Electric Power System in the Western United States,” American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting, San Francisco, December 2007.
  • Botterud, A., V. Koritarov and P. Thimmapuram: “Multi-Agent Simulations of Electricity Market in Central Europe,” presented at the 26th Annual North American Conference of the USAEE-IAEE, Ann Arbor, Michigan, September 2006.
  • Koritarov, V., “Real-World Market Representation with Agents: Modeling the Electricity Market as a Complex Adaptive System with an Agent-based Approach, ”IEEE Power & Energy Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp 39-46, July/August 2004.
  • Conzelmann, G., Boyd, G.A., Koritarov, V.S., and T.D. Veselka, “Multi-Agent Power Market Simulation using EMCAS,” in Proc. 2005 General Meeting of the IEEE Power Engineering Society, San Francisco, June 12-16, 2005.
  • Koritarov, V., T.D. Veselka, and G. Conzelmann: “Analysis of Economic and Financial Impacts of a Southeast European Electricity Market,” 6 pg in Proc. 6th IAEE European Conference on “Modeling Energy Economics and Policy,” Zurich, Switzerland, September 2004.
  • Koritarov, V., T. Kovacina, and A. Ademovic: “Analyzing Impacts of Regional Power Markets on the Operation of Hydro Power Plants,” 10 pg. in Proc. HydroVision 2004 Conference, Montreal, Canada, August.
  • Koritarov, V.S., and T.D. Veselka: “International Dimensions of Power Interconnections: Integration of Southeast European Electricity Market,” in Proc. APERC 2003 Mid-Year Workshop, Tokyo, Japan, October 29-30, 2003.
  • Koritarov, V.S., T.D. Veselka: “Modeling the Regional Electricity Network in Southeast Europe,” 6 pg. in Proc. 2003 General Meeting of IEEE Power Engineering Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 13-18, 2003 (invited paper).
  • Koritarov V., G. Conzelmann, T. Veselka, W. Buehring, and R. Cirillo, “Incorporating Environmental Concerns into Electric System Expansion Planning Using a Multi-Criteria Decision Support System”, Int. Journal of Global Energy Issues, Vol. 12, No. 1-6, pp. 60-67, 1999.