The SuMo-Rhine research project coordinated by DFIU celebrated its closing event on November 17, 2021 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The event took place in attendance at the University of Freiburg. In addition, a live stream was offered over the internet.
The IIP congratulates Ms. Miriam Klein, who successfully completed her PhD examination on "Cross-Border Collaboration in Disaster Management " in October 2021.
The IIP congratulates Ms. Amelie Schwärzel, who was awarded with the second place of the DKKV Promotional Award 2021 with her bachelor thesis on the topic "Public-Private Partnerships in a Crisis Context from a Company Perspective - An Empirical Investigation" in November 2021 (for more information click here).
The closing event of the PREVIEW project took place on September 28, 2021. Participants from authorities, science and industry contributed to the interactive knowledge transfer. The project duration extends until February 2022 for the last remaining activities. Further information can be found here and on the project website.
"Project planning with added value" - this is the title of a current report in the KIT blog RESEARCH TO BUSINESS about a project planning tool developed by IIP and RODIAS GmbH. The planning tool, brought to market as software product OPTIRA, was developed within the BMBF-funded research projects MogaMaR and NukPlaRStoR. The development was supported by VPC Nukleare Dienstleistungen GmbH with know-how from nuclear dismantling.
To mark the conclusion of the Bioeconomy Baden-Wuerttemberg research program, an interactive infographic BioGraphie BW has been developed. The graphic offers different approaches to the exciting questions of the bioeconomy and lets researchers of the research program themselves have their say.
The IIP has participated in bioeconomy research with three projects. In the modeling research network, different approaches for the quantitative assessment of biobased value chains were investigated; in a follow-up project, selected holistic approaches were further developed; and in the B4B collaborative project, a lignocellulosic biorefinery was evaluated for the bioeconomy in Baden-Württemberg.
Funded by the Baden-Wuerttemberg Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, Baden-Württemberg scientists spent around seven years researching bioeconomic raw materials, processes, products, their interaction and their effects.
On November 4th, from 10:30 am to 12:00, Mr. Wiens and Mr. Kaiser will give a lecture organized by the BME Association on the subject of “Big Data Analytics in Investment Purchasing - Process Value-Oriented Investment Analysis of Digitization Objects”. Registration and further information here.
|The IIP wins two transfer awards
Two teams of the IIP were awarded in June 2021 at the KIT innovation competition NEULAND in the category Transfer Award: The 2nd prize was awarded to the model “REᶟASON (Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency Analysis and System OptimizatioN) developed at the Chair of Energy Economics, which greenventory GmbH now uses to plan sustainable energy systems. The 3rd prize was awarded to the model "NukPlaRStoR" developed at the Chair of Production and Operations Management and resulting from the BMBF-project “Development of a user-friendly cost-optimizing planning tool for nuclear dismantling projects”. NukPlaRStoR is integrated into the project planning software OPTIRA More information about the award ceremony can be found here.
The NOLAN project is now officially part of the KIT research program on the Covid-19 pandemic. You can find out more here.
The IIP was nominated twice for NEULAND - the innovation competition 2021: For the transfer award "Re3son (Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency Analysis and System Optimization) model" for the Chair of Energy Economics and "Development of a modern cost-optimizing planning tool for nuclear dismantling projects" for the Chair of Business Administration, Production and Operations Management. Details you'll find here.
The IIP congratulates Dr. Marcus Wiens, who successfully completed the habilitation procedure in June 2021 and thus obtained the Venia Legendi for the discipline Business Administration and Management. The title of the habilitation thesis: "Resilient Systems - an Economic, Operational, and Behavioral Perspective".
Whether foothills of the Alps, low mountain ranges, or seashores - in Germany's most beautiful landscapes, the expansion of wind power often meets with rejection. Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), together with partners from Great Britain and Denmark, have investigated what exactly this means for the energy turnaround. In the journal Patterns, they calculate that the cost of a kilowatt hour could rise by up to seven cents and CO₂ emissions by up to 200 grams. More
The IIP congratulates Mr. Daniel Sloot, who successfully completed his Ph.D. examination on "Bringing Community and Environment Together: The role of community in sustainability transitions" at the Faculty "Behavioral and Social Sciences" of the University of Groningen (The Netherlands) in April 2021.
The IIP congratulates Mr. Christoph Fraunholz, who successfully passed his doctoral examination on „Market Design for the Transition to Renewable Electricity Systems" in May 2021.
The IIP congratulates Mr. Richard Carl Müller, who successfully passed his doctoral examination on „Decision support for planning and evaluation of sustainable industrial value chains - illustrated by the example of vehicle parts" in May 2021.
The ZDF reports on current work of the IIP in cooperation with the Energy AI consultants of Helmholtz on the detection of thermal bridges in existing buildings using Artificial Intelligence. For more information click here and on ZDF-Mediathek online (from minute 58.20).
On February 25, 2021, a virtual expert-workshop within the NOLAN project took place. The project consortium and its partners exchanged the latest findings from emergency logistics and experiences with the Corona pandemic.
KIT Researchers notice a shift from positive to negative media reports - public support and long-term goals might be at riskMore about the article "Energy transition"
The IIP congratulates Sabrina Ried, who successfully passed her doctoral examination on „Gesteuertes Laden von Elektrofahrzeugen in Verteilnetzen mit hoher Einspeisung erneuerbarer Energien – ein Beitrag zur Kopplung von Elektrizitäts- und Verkehrssektor” in January 2021.
The IIP congratulates Mrs. Khuong Phuong, who successfully passed her doctoral examination on „Urbanisation and renewable energies in ASEAN: multi-disciplinary approaches to analysing past and future trends” in December 2020.
What does the energy system look like today and how will it develop in the future? The research initiative "Decision making in Distributed and Volatile Energy Markets" invited experts to give lectures on this topic on Wednesday, April 21 via Zoom. You can find the spekears' presentations here, here and here. Please look at the flyer here.
The IIP congratulates Mr. Florian Diehlmann, who successfully passed his doctoral examination on „Facility Location Planning in Relief Logistics: Decision Support for German Authorities" in March 2021.
The IIP congratulates Mr. Andreas Schiessl, who successfully passed his doctoral examination on „Integrated CO2- assessment and decision support model for supplier selections” in March 2021.
The IIP congratulates Farnaz Mahdavian, who successfully passed her doctoral examination on „Emergency Decision Making and Disaster Recovery"” in December 2020.
The Namares project video was developed during the status conference and is now available online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ONiHjQ5cc0.
Im Zuge des Bioökonomiejahres 20/21 ist ein Artikel über über das Forschungsprojekt CoBiVal (Cooperation and Competition in Bioeconomy Value Chains) veröffentlicht, an dem Raphael Heck arbeitet. Hier geht es zum Artikel.