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Bachelor's or master's thesis: Development of a mobility module in the context of a decision support platform for individual energy transformations
The use of decentrally self-generated, photovoltaic electricity offers great leverage to significantly reduce the operating costs for battery-powered, electric mobility. As part of the development of the decision support platform "Deine Energiewende", a module is to be developed that allows individual mobility behavior to be mapped quantitatively. This concept is to be extended to commercial companies with small and medium-sized vehicle fleets. The basic interface is the input of qualitative user information. The "advanced" interface consists of the development and/or adaptation of an app that automatically determines the user's movement profile from GPS data of the mobile device. This information is further processed into representative time series that are fed to the computational core of the decision support platform "Deine Energiewende". The ratio of charging at the home charging station to the public charging station is determined from this. Finally, it will be derived which cooperative possibilities exist so that citizens can offer each other charging power at favorable conditions in order to better utilize the photovoltaic peaks in decentralized generation.
A scientific environment in which your work is embedded in the context of national and international energy system transformation. Our department "Integrated Energy Systems" develops informational, analytical and numerical methods for techno-economic assessment of the new energy infrastructures, especially at the system level. At the university, an interdisciplinary institute for sustainability has currently been founded, through which this work topic is placed in the context of the faculties of electrical engineering and computer science, economics, civil and environmental engineering, social sciences, mechanical engineering and others.