The transition of our energy supply to a fully renewable one is a major challenge of our society and an essential contribution to climate protection. To achieve this, generation and consumption of electrical energy have to be balanced on the energy market, and power grids must be operated reliably and efficiently. With the increasing digitalization, the historically evolved energy supply structures are becoming a complex and dynamic cyber-physical energy system (CPES) in which thousands of components interact with each other.
The Distributed Artificial Intelligence group is therefore working on equipping the distributed components of a CPES with intelligence and autonomy and networking them with self-organization processes. We work closely with the Department of Energy Informatics at Leibniz University Hannover and the OFFIS group Power Systems Intelligence.
Oest, Frauke and Radtke, Malin and Blank-Babazadeh, Marita and Holly, Stefanie and Lehnhoff, Sebastian; Energies; 02 / 2021
Veith, Eric MSP and Balduin, Stephan and Wenninghoff, Nils and Tröschel, Martin and Fischer, Lars and Nie"sse, Astrid and Wolgast, Thomas and Sethmann, Richard and Fraune, Bastian and Woltjen, Torben; CYBER 2020, The Fifth International Conference on Cyber-Technologies and Cyber-Systems; October / 2020
Stefanie Holly, Astrid Nieße, Martin Tröschel, Lasse Hammer, Christoph Franzius, Viktor Dmitriyev, Johannes Dorfner, Eric MSP Veith, Christine Harnischmacher, Maike Greve, Kristin Masuch, Lutz Kolbe, Boris Wulff & Julian Kretz ; Oct / 2020
Frost, Emilie and Veith, Eric MSP and Fischer, Lars; 7th International Conference on Control, Decision and Information Technologies (CoDIT); June / 2020