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Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik

Doctoral Studies Concerning Hybrid Simulation of Energy Grids and Communication Networks Successfully Finished

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Hanno Georg with his doctor hat © CNI

On June 10, 2015, Dr.-Ing Hanno Georg successfully passed his doctoral examination to the topic "Co-Simulation Based Performance Evaluation of ICT-Infrastructures for Smart Grids".


The institute congratulates the newly minted Doctor of Engineering and, at the same time, is happy about a small jubilee, for this Ph.D. thesis was the tenth since Prof. Wietfeld's accession to office.


In his thesis, Dr.-Ing Hanno Georg deals with the conception and realization of the simulation platform "Integrated Co-Simulation of Power and ICT Systems for Real-Time Evaluation (INSPIRE)". The research has been conducted within the Forschergruppe 1511 "Schutz - und Leittechnik für eine zukünftige, sichere Energieversorgung". Georg's contribution to the research group's idea of the co-simulation of energy grids and communication networks especially lies within the suggestion of using the High-Level-Architecture (HLA) approach. He has to be given credit for the detailed draft, realization and validation by case studies.

The thesis will be published in the series "Dortmunder Beiträge zu Kommunikationsnetzen und -systemen" by Shaker Verlag, soon.