Marc Schmidt

Marc Schmidt
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology | KIT · Institute of Information Systems and Marketing

Master of Science

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The increasing penetration of renewable generation in electricity markets as well as the rising number of electric vehicles pose new challenges for transmission grids. Additional demand and regionally clustered generation force system operators to consider costly expansion plans and employ expensive redispatch measures in the meantime. In this pape...
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Introduction Virtual reality (VR-)trainers are well integrated in laparoscopic surgical training. However, objective feedback is often provided in the form of single parameters, e.g., time or number of movements, making comparisons and evaluation of trainees’ overall performance difficult. Therefore, a new standard for reporting outcome data is hig...
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The worldwide transition to renewable wind and solar electricity generation leads to more complex and decentralized energy systems. It is no longer sufficient to centrally optimize large controllable units. As electricity systems cannot be controlled from a top-down perspective anymore, the consumer behavior moves into focus and it is becoming an i...
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With an increasing number of electric vehicles (EVs) on the road the need for charging stations increases. Some of these stations are placed at the destinations of drivers rather than along the route of their trip. The aim of this paper is to highlight the importance of user behavior in the context of public destination charging and to provide an e...
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Electric vehicles have proven to be a viable mobility alternative that leads to emissions reductions and hence the decarbonization of the transportation sector. Nevertheless, electric vehicle adoption is progressing slowly. Vehicle fleets are a promising starting point for increased market penetration. With this study, we address the issue of fleet...
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Battery electric vehicles do not emit CO 2 from an internal combustion engine but can cause emissions while charging electricity generated by remote fossil power plants. Smart charging offers the possibility to reduce carbon dioxide emissions (CO 2) by shifting the charging sessions to moments with lower emissions in power generation. However, this...
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The transition to more sustainable energy generation challenges transmission system operators to include intermittent renewable generation as well as electric vehicles into the power system. Especially in uniform-price power markets, this results in the need for unpopular grid expansions to overcome grid congestion. We analyze the ability of the ex...
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With an increasing amount of renewable energy generation, the scheme of supply following demand is no longer viable. As a consequence, aggregating entities (e.g., utilities, service providers) have to find new ways to balance demand and supply in order to guarantee an economic and environmental friendly operation of the energy grid. An approach rec...

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