M.Sc. Martin Pietsch

M.Sc. Martin Pietsch
Landgraf-Georg-Str. 4
64283 Darmstadt

Building S3|10, Office: 310
Phone: +49 (0) 6151 16-21719
Telefax: +49 (0) 6151 16-21712

martbidn3in4hi9.pietsch@eins.tuvk-diy/armstadt.wtnde42u
Pietsch

Research Interest

General Research Interest:

  • Distribution Grid Restoration
  • Optimisation of Grid Restoration Sequences
  • Resilience enhancement and
  • Post disaster measures

Research Project:

Even though the german electricity grid has been highly reliable for years, the supply risks are increasing. While extreme weather events present growing physical threats to the grids infrastructure, the electricity grids rising degree of digitalisation and decentralised renewable energies pose both, risks and chances for electricity supply. Grid overloads, due to excess supply of renewable power production and hacker attacks on digitalised power plant- and grid-control show real risks to supply reliability. At the same time, decentralised electricity generation from renewable energies and smart digitalised grid- and power plant-operations make a valuable contribution to the energy transition and offer new opportunities to improve the resilience of the electricity supply in crisis situations. 

These possibilities are investigated within the program cyber-pyhsical systems (CPS1) of the emergenCITY center, funded by the LOEWE initiative (Hesse, Germany). Based on the digital city of the future, we tackle the questions on how to maintain its functionalities even in extreme situations, crises and disasters and to increase the reliability of its critical infrastructure in the digital context. Considering the interdependencies of energy, communication and water infrastructure we formulate optimisation problems as mixed integer linear programs to find optimal switching sequences of digitalised grid components.

 

Short Bio

  • Since 2019: PhD student at EINS

  • 2017-2019 M.Sc. Energy Engineering at RWTH Aachen
    Field of specialisation: Renewable Energies

  • 2011-2017 B.Sc Mechanical Engineering at RWTH Aachen:
    Field of specialisation: Energy Engineering

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