Cornelius Steinbrink

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The increasing installation of renewable energy generation requires the integration of new automation and communication components into a (smart) power grid. This, in turn, requires rigorous testing of these components and their interaction in order to guarantee safe, reliable energy supply. Co-simulation will become more and more important as means of(More)
Smart grid systems are characterized by high complexity due to interactions between a traditional passive network and active power electronic components, coupled using communication links. Additionally, automation and information technology plays an important role in order to operate and optimize such cyber-physical energy systems with a high(er)(More)
Co-simulation is a promising approach for the development of cyber-physical systems like smart grids, but the inherent uncertainty of simulation models is a crucial problem. Worst-case estimations of uncertain simulation scenarios may be obtained rather easily. However, the common demand for optimization usually requires probabilistic information about the(More)
Evaluating new technological developments for energy systems is becoming more and more complex. The overall application environment is a continuously growing and interconnected cyber-physical system so that analytical assessment is practically impossible to realize. Consequently, new solutions must be evaluated in simulation studies. Due to the(More)
The gradual deployment of intelligent and coordinated devices in the electrical power system needs careful investigation of the interactions between the various domains involved. Especially due to the coupling between ICT and power systems a holistic approach for testing and validating is required. Taking existing (quasi-) standardised smart grid system and(More)
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