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Chairs at the IIP
The IIP congratulates Viktor Slednev, who completed successfully his doctoral examination on "Development of a techno-economic energy system model considering the highly resolved conversion and multimodal transmission of energy carriers on a global scale" on February 6th, 2024.
The IIP congratulates Daniel Fett, who completed successfully his doctoral examination over „Impacts of the increasing diffusion of residential photovoltaic battery storage systems" on December 22nd, 2023.
The IIP congratulates Alexandra Ilg, who completed successfully her doctoral examination on "Flexibility options in a sustainable power system - Approaches from different power system perspectives” on December 20th, 2023.
The IIP congratulates Ms. Stella Oberle, who completed successfully her doctoral examination on "The role of gas distribution networks in the energy system of the future in Germany" on November 3rd, 2023.
Researchers of KIT-IIP, including lead author Max Kleinebrahm, together with partners, have investigated the potential for a completely self-sufficient energy supply of residential buildings. In the journal "Joule", they show that 53 percent of single-family homes in Europe can become technically energy self-sufficient - and this by today. Further information can be found at the following link.
The symposium ReGrow - Natural Resources in Digital Circular Construction at the German Federal Garden Show 2023 (Buga23) took place in Mannheim on September 29. Representatives of the KIT research project ReGrow and international guest speakers gave exciting insights into their current research. In addition to the topics of design, architecture, and digital manufacturing from renewable and natural raw materials, the IIP project team contributed with a presentation on the evaluation of sustainable circular economy in construction.
The IIP congratulates Ms. Sally Köhler, who completed successfully her doctoral examination on "Building-specific simulation and validation of current load profiles for residential and non-residential buildings for use in energy-efficient district planning” on October 17th, 2023.
With a delegation consisting of Florian Zimmermann, Thorsten Weiskopf, Katharina Eberhardt, Alexander Plarre, Sonja Rosenberg, Christian Perau, Sonia Alikhah and Andreas Rudi, the IIP was represented at the OR2023 from 29.8.-1.9.2023 in Hamburg. Special thanks to the organisers of the University of Hamburg, to the stream and session chairs and to all the researchers for the inspiring discussions with exciting insights into current research topics.
The Chair of Energy Economics at the IIP conducted two surveys among KIT employees in January and April, intending to evaluate support for short-term energy-saving measures. The results of the survey can be found at the following link.