On Friday, July 15, 2022, Mr. Florian Rothenberg, Senior Carbon Market Analyst from the company ICIS will give a guest lecture on CO2 emissions trading in the lecture "Energy Trading and Risk Management".
Location: R004, Building 30.28 (Learning Center at the Fasanenschlösschen)
The IIP congratulates Dr. Christoph Fraunholz on the presentation of the Science Prize of the KIT Department of Economics and Management in the category "Interdisciplinary Research". Mr. Fraunholz received the award for his dissertation on the topic "Market Design for the Transition to Renewable Electricity Systems". More information can be found here.
On Tuesday, July 5, 2022, Mr. Thomas Baier from the company ILOS Projects GmbH will give a guest talk relating to „Project Finance and Investment for Renewable Energy Projects” in the lecture „Introduction to the Energy Economics" by Prof. Fichtner.
Location: Carl Benz lecture hall, building 10.21
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
As part of the Energy Trading and Risk Management lecture, IIP employees and a group of students visited the Rheinhafen steam power plant in Karlsruhe on June 9th, 2022.
IIP invites scientists and researchers from all over the world to participate in OR 2022 with the main theme of energy, information and mobility. This conference provides an excellent platform to discuss and present your research, discover new and breakthrough applications and practices, create excellent networking opportunities with professionals from around the world, and exchange ideas with leading industry experts.
Visit us at www.or2022.de
As part of the NOLAN project, we created a short video about our work in public-private collaborations in emergency logistics and posted it on KITopen here.
The IIP congratulates Ms. Verena Weiler, who successfully completed her doctoral examination on "Automatic simulation of heat demand and supply at district level" on March 8th, 2022.
"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.
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 Zongfei Wang, who successfully completed his doctoral examination on „Optimization methods for developing electric vehicle charging strategies” on February 2nd, 2022.