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Cost-Benefit analysis in participatory budgeting

27 septiembre, 2019

Título:  Cost-Benefit analysis in participatory budgeting

Ponente: Annick Laruelle, Ikerbasque

Organizador: Joaquín Sánchez

Fecha: Viernes 27 de septiembre de 2019, 12:30 h.

Lugar: Sala de Seminarios , Instituto Universitario de Investigación CIO, Edificio Torretamarit, Universidad Miguel Hernández (Campus de Elche)

Resumen: In participatory budgeting, citizens are invited to vote on different projects. Those with the most votes are chosen and implemented. The voting rules used in  practice are usually based on single winner elections. A shortcoming of using these rules is that  they do not take into account the costs of the projects, although those costs may differ  substantially. The aim of this study is to provide an algorithm for a decision support system adapted to participatory budgeting processes. It relies on two main principles: First, a costly project should require more votes than a cheap project in order to be adopted; second, it is  important to satisfy as many participants as possible. The method is applied to the 2018  participatory budgeting of the city of Portugalete (Spain).

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Miércoles, 11 de septiembre de 2019 Sin comentarios

Mathematics vs Photovoltaic systems

26 septiembre, 2019

Título:  Mathematics vs Photovoltaic systems

Ponente: Antonino Laudani (Università Degli Studi Roma Tre)

Organizador: Javier Toledo Melero

Fecha: Jueves 26 de septiembre de 2019, 11:00 h.

Lugar: Aulas 0.1 y 0.2 , Instituto Universitario de Investigación CIO, Edificio Torretamarit, Universidad Miguel Hernández (Campus de Elche)

Resumen: All the field of engineering are fullfilled by mathematic approaches and this is particularly true for the fields of electrical and electronic engineering. On the other hand, it is also true that in the case of Photovoltaic systems (with this term I indicate all the Photovoltaic objects from the small devices to the large power plants), there are still a lot of things that mathematicians can do to improve the analysis, the modelling and the design of them. In this talk, I will discuss the contribution given by mathematic techniques (from Lambert function to Least Square Problem solution, etc) applied to photovoltaics and their open problems. Mathematicians together with electrical and electronic enginers and computer science scientists can provide a fundamental contribution in the research advance.

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Martes, 10 de septiembre de 2019 Sin comentarios