Final Papers

IAEW continuously offers practice-oriented and up-to-date bachelor and master theses from a broad spectrum of topics concerning electricity supply and energy economics. We consider extensive mentoring with clear objectives and tasks for the bachelor and master theses as very important. Not least are the students the backbone of our research and development as they support us in various projects. Beyond work, IAEW offers a range of activities for students in order to get in touch with the institute and its staff.

Please contact for bachelor theses Lara Lück (ll@iaew.rwth-aachen.de); for master theses Marius Siemonsmeier (si@iaew.rwth-aachen.de)

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Type

Name

Theme

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Master
Carl Albrecht Becker
Application Of Machine Learning To Develop Simplified Distribution Grid Models
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Master
Lukas Gatzka
Integration Of Optimal Power Flow Calculations In The Distribution System Operation
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Master
Alexander Maximilian Jaschek
Investigation of the impact of electrification of the transport-sector on innovative smart grids
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Bachelor
Modelling of Up– and Downstream Networks with Inverter-based Power Plants for Practical Short Circuit Calculations
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Master
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Master
Optimization of a method for redispatch forecasting in the transmission grid
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Master
Calculation of Short Circuit Current in DC Distribution Grids
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Bachelor
Quality of Data Reports on Interruptions of Power Supply
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Bachelor
Analysis of energy management concpets in context of a regeneratively shaped electrical power system
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Bachelor
Analysing the Future Consumer Behaviour Considering an Increased Penetration of Innova-tive Technologies on the Demand Side
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Bachelor
Evaluation of Methods for the Determination of Probabilistic Power Flows
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Bachelor
Analysis of an approach for approximation of system states in distribution systems
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Bachelor
Determination of Grid Cluster for the German Medium- and Low-Voltage Level
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Bachelor
Optimized usage of transmission grid capacities in the transmission grid planning
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Bachelor
Implementation of an automated development of the ICT system in smart grids
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Bachelor
Flow Based RAM – Analysis of flow based concepts for transmission capacity calculations
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Bachelor
Conceptual design of the power frequency control for future generation structures
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Bachelor
Development of Dynamic Models for Wind Power Plants under Consideration of Frequency and Voltage Dependence
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Bachelor
Development of a Dynamic Model for Photovoltaic Power Plants under Consideration of Frequency and Voltage Dependence
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Master
Development of models of the failure behaviour of network customers for the reliability assessment of Smart Grids
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