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The research focus of Astrid Nieße is the application of computer science methods to problems in multimodal energy systems. The methodological focus of her research group is on the application of distributed artificial intelligence methods in this context, such as agent-based control of distributed energy systems for the - partly market-based - provision of system services, agent-based simulation, flexibility modeling, data analysis methods, and the analysis of the resilience of distributed energy systems.
Astrid Nieße and the scientific staff in the group Digitalized Energy Systems offer courses in Bachelor and Master in Computer Science and Business Informatics as well as Computer Science courses for other study programs.
Thematically, in addition to aspects of distributed algorithms, nature-inspired methods and agent-based systems, courses are also offered in the area of environmental informatics.
Curriculum VitaeProf. Dr.-Ing. Astrid Nieße is Professor for Digitalized Energy Systems at the University of Oldenburg since 2020 and member of the Division Board Energy at OFFIS - Institute of Computer Science. From 2018 to 2020, she has been Professor of Energy Informatics at Leibniz Universität Hannover.
Astrid Nieße received her PhD from the University of Oldenburg in 2015; her doctoral thesis focused on the application of distributed algorithms in the field of decentralized energy systems.
Astrid Nieße studied computer science and biology at the University of Applied Sciences Bremen and at the University of Oldenburg.