Bachelor Presentations

 

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Final Lectures of the Institute Electrical Systems and Networks, Digitalization and Energy Management

Presentation Date Location Presenter (Supervisor)
Investigation of the suitability
of synthetically generated
cyber attack data for
machine learning
based attack detection

February 1,
2023,
1pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Bozhidar Ivanov

(Ömer Sen)
Development of scenarios
for the stochastic
deployment planning of aggregators

February 1,
2023,
1:20pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Finn Heimberg

(Felix Gaumnitz)
Investigation of the effects
of topology changes and
decentralized generation plants
on the grid protection in high and
medium-voltage networks

February 1,
2023,
1:40pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Pascal Ritzka

(Antigona Selimaj
und Maxim Müllender)
Analysis of methods for 
machine learning in the
topology optimization of electrical
transmission networks

February 22,
2023, 
9am

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Luna Zirkel

(Felix Preuschoff)
Analysis of the
convergence behavior in
the joint
optimization of current- and
voltage-related bottlenecks

February 22,
2023, 
9:20am

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Fiona Koster

(Simon Thams)
Consideration of
stability-promoting
restrictions in a procedure
for the operational simulation of
electrical transmission networks

February 22,
2023 
9:40am

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Sara Marie Schrüllkamp

(Fabian Meißner)

Analysis of the system state 
after the application of 
congestion management measures

February 22,
2023,
10am

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Jan Brunke

(Fabian Meißner)

Analysis and modeling of the
future hydrogen demand

February 22,
2023 
10:20am

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Leon Dorstel

(Carolin Guntermann)

Data set extension for
voltage quality analyses
using machine learning

February 22,
2023, 
1pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Katharina Alefs

(Markus Stroot und Ömer Sen)
Investigation of the impact
of the penetration of
measurement technology on the
quality of the network state
estimation

February 22,
2023, 
1:20pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Mike Holtzem

(Franziska Tischbein und
Philipp Lutat)
Investigation of the development
of short-circuit currents with
increasing meshing
of the medium voltage level

February 22,
2023 
1:40pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Linus Wasser

(Maxim Muellender)

Coordinated voltage stability
in the extra-high and high-voltage
network taking into account the
integration of renewable energies

March 7,
2023, 
1pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Alice Jüngling

(Christian Ziesemann)

Plant-specific modeling
of flexible reactive power in
electrical distribution grids

March 15,
2023 
1pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Vincent Bröse

(Florian Klein-Helmkamp und
Armin Fatemi)

Development of a host-based
intrusion detection system for
SCADA applications to protect
against cyber attacks

April 5,
2023,
1pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Tarek Hassan

(Ömer Sen)

Development of a method
for the georeferenced modeling
of network participants in the
high-voltage level

April 5,
2023,
1:20pm

seminar room 104

Schinkelstraße 6

Paul Katsioupis

(Simon Braun)

If you are unable to attend in person, you are welcome to join the presentations via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 346 731 8818 
Identification Code: 123456

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