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Smart Energy Research. At the Crossroads of Engineering, Economics, and Computer Science
Christian Derksen, Christoph Weber
Front Matter

SmartER Europe 2016

Future Energy Systems – Autonomous Control, Self-sufficient Energy Infrastructures and Big Data
Peter Birkner
Digital Transformation Within the Emobility Market–Learnings and Insights from Early Market Development
Andreas Pfeiffer, Matthias Jarke
Future ICT-Infrastructure for Smart Grids
Daniel Schöllhorn, Daniel Iglhaut, Martin Waldburger, Matthias Wissner
Self-detection of New Photovoltaic Power Plants Using a Low Voltage Smart Grid System
Philippe Steinbusch, Sebastian Fischer, Marcus Stötzel, Markus Zdrallek, Nils Neusel-Lange
Dynamic Aggregation of Virtual Power Plants with a Registry System for Distributed Energy Resources
Tim Dethlefs, Thomas Preisler, Wolfgang Renz
Understanding Distribution Grid Congestion Caused by Electricity Generation from Renewables
Hans Schermeyer, Michael Studer, Manuel Ruppert, Wolf Fichtner
Wholesale Bidding Approaches of an Autonomous Trading Agent in Electricity Markets
Serkan Özdemir, Rainer Unland

SmartER Europe 2017

Extending Energetic Potential of Data Centers to Participate in Smart Grid Networks
Alexander Borgerding, Sven Rosinger
Preparing Energy Providers’ Knowledge Base for Going Digital
Fabian Reck, Michael Kolloch, Alexander Fliaster
Open and Secure: Amending the Security of the BSI Smart Metering Infrastructure to Smart Home Applications via the Smart Meter Gateway
Christian Freudenmann, Dominik Henneke, Christian Kudera, Markus Kammerstetter, Lukasz Wisniewski, Christoph Raquet, Wolfgang Kastner, Jürgen Jasperneite
Testbed Application of Energy Agents
Nils Loose, Christian Derksen, Rainer Unland
Opportunities of Big Data Tools in Smart Energy Systems
Peter Birkner
Valorization of Aggregated Decentral Flexibilities
Andreas Dietrich, Christoph Weber



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