Irina Chuchueva’s scientific blog dedicated to

mathematical modelling in electricity markets

I'm an independent contractor. I have two clients: a Russian company AnalyticsHub and the European company I don't name due to the signed non-disclosure agreement. I'm having a great time with these collaborations! The number of inquiries for the projects I've been receiving recently exceeds what I'm able to accomplish. With this website, the goal is to keep blogging about my professional wins and failures and find co-authors.

Are you a power analyst? Are you looking for professional mates? Are you willing to share your experience in texts? You’re welcome to join me in this electricity market sci-log adventure.

My current projects:

  1. Development of the short-term power consumption forecast tool to participate in the closed forecast competition in Russia, 2019-2021.
  2. Development of the mathematical backend for the portfolio managment system of the company operating on European Electricity Market, 2020 and further.
  3. Redesign and update the Mathematical Bureau website, 2021.

Latest Articles

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June 21, 2021
Today I'm submitting an official complaint to the CEMA-2021 organizers: I claim that my paper was rejected unfairly and with bias.
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June 21, 2021

Last week, I participated in the CEMA-2021 conference, listened to 15 presentations, asked a dozen of questions. Here is the outcome of my efforts in five saturated points.

CEMA 2021
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June 21, 2021
A brief overview of the four forecast topics presented during the CEMA-2021 conference last week.
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June 15, 2021
I'm trying to look closely at CEMA-2021. It's not a matter of my curiosity. I just want to figure out if it makes sense to spend my time and efforts on conferences.

Why do I do scientific blogging?

September 09, 2021

I’ve been working as a power analyst in the Electricity Market of Russia since 15 May 2007. As an independent contractor, I started my deeds on the European Electricity Market on 1 June 2020. During these years, I have participated in several big projects in the area of electricity price forecast and analysis, combine and heat power plants optimization, electricity consumption and production forecast, portfolio management. I’ve had experience with MATLAB 10+ years, Python 2+ years, Java, SAS Macro, R for around one year each. Doing the project for my employers and clients leaves the results of my efforts to the employers and clients. I don’t own anything except for the experience. The experience is intangible. This scientific blog allows me to own, embrace, and share what I’ve learned from my wins and failures.

If you have the experience to share and looking for blog platform for your publications, please, contact me. I would be happy to team up!

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