The lecture series is open for students, researchers and the general public alike that are interested in the broad field of energy studies. The many facets of energy-related issues and how a wide range of disciplines approaches these is at the core of the lectue series.
A wide range of disciplines including for example engineering, mathematics, economics, or social sciences will introduce how their discipline conceptualizes and approaches the issues that future energy systems face.
The lecture regularly takes place Tuesdays, 4pm (c.t.) and can be accessed at:
Johanna Myrzik: Future of grids
Andreas Fischer: Wind turbines: Challenges of on-site research
Sergio Contreras: Microgrids as part of future power systems: How to solve the microgrids’ planning problem from current deployment challenges
Malin Lachmann: Optimization Techniques in Energy Applications
Sven Kerzenmacher: Microbes & Electrons – Can Biotechnology Contribute to Energy Transition?
Julian Schwenzel: All- Solid-State Batteries: recent advances and design strategies
Stefanie Baasch: Energy transition with biomass residues and waste: regional- scale potential and conflicts
Matthias Burwinkel: Sector-coupled energy systems in production systems: Fundamentals and selected components from a real-world case study
Jutta Günther: Innovation systems and energy transition
Uwe Krien: OEMOF as a tool for modelling energy systems
Torben Stührmann: Resilient Transitions of Energy Systemss