We are pleased to announce the fourth edition of the international conference „Mathematics of Gas Transport and Energy MOG 2024″ on October, the 10th and 11th, 2024, in Regensburg, Germany.

The two-day conference aims at connecting leading experts in applied mathematics with leading stakeholders from the industry and the public sector that are concerned with the transition of the energy system. It aims at stimulating fruitful discussions between academic partners and representatives from other sectors on today´s broad challenges in the energy sector, taking into account the transition from natural gas to hydrogen networks, its coupling with electricity, and related topics. More information and registration (until 15 July 2024) is available under https://www.trr154.fau.de/mog2024/.

The conference is organized by the German Collaborative Research Center TRR154 („Mathematical Modelling, Simulation and Optimization using the Example of Gas Networks“) funded by the German Science foundation, see https://www.trr154.fau.de/trr-154-en/.

Regensburg is located at the Danube’s northernmost point, in between the Gäuboden region and the two low mountain ranges Fränkische Jura and Bayerischer Wald. The international airports Nuremberg and Munich are only a 60 minute drive away. Due to its unique status as „the only authentically preserved large medieval city in Germany“ the Old Town Regensburg with Stadtamhof“ was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006.

For earlier editions of the conference, see https://mog2.zib.de/index.html and
(organized together with the Marie-Curie ITN MINOA and the ADA Lovelace Center)