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    • A market-based smart grid approach to increasing power grid capacity without physical grid expansion 

      Bagemihl, Joachim; Boesner, Frank; Riesinger, Jens; Künzli, Michael; Wilke, Gwen; Binder, Gabriela; Wache, Holger; Laager, Daniel; Breit, Jürgen; Wurzinger, Michael; Zapata, Juliana; Ulli-Beer, Silvia; Layec, Vincent; Stadler, Thomas; Stabauer, Franz (2018-02-01)
      The continuous increase of competitiveness of renewable energy in combination with the necessity of fossil fuel substitution leads to further electrification of the global energy system and therefore a need for large-scale ...
    • Case-based configurator for open-source ERP 

      Lafranchi, Lawrence (2014)
      This project investigates, whether or not a proposed case-based configurator for the configuration and deployment of Tryton ERP for SMEs in Switzerland could bring any advantages compared with existing software configurators ...
    • Energy saving in smart homes based on consumer behaviour data 

      Zehnder, Michael (2015-01-31)
      This paper discusses how energy can be saved in smart homes without lowering the comfort of the inhabitants, based on consumer behaviour data only. A recommender system was designed, that suggests actions for inhabitants ...
    • Energy Trading in the Smart Stability Network 

      Mettler, Fabian (2015-01-30)
      The current implementation of the electrical grid has not changed since the last 50 years and due to the increase of energy demand the stability of the electrical grid is strongly affected which can result in power c ...
    • How WEIRD is HCI?: Extending HCI Principles to Other Countries and Cultures 

      Sturm, Christian; Oh, Alice; Linxen, Sebastian; Abdelnour Nocera, Jose; Dray, Susan; Reinecke, Katharina (ACM, 2015)
      A large majority of articles published at prominent HCI venues such as CHI and CSCW reports on studies with WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic) participants, ignoring that the results might not ...
    • Learning frequent and periodic usage patterns in smart homes 

      Schweizer, Daniel (2014-01-31)
      This paper discusses how usage patterns and preferences of smart home inhabitants can be learned efficiently. Such patterns as a baseline of what constitutes normal behavior of inhabitants allows future smart homes to ...
    • Load Control in Real Time Price Prediction 

      Account, Thesis MSC BIS; Arsi, Irisa (2017-06-20)
      Switzerland’s electricity consumption in 2014 was 59.3 TWh (Abrell, 2016) and continues to rise every year. As residential needs for electrical energy increase, so does the demand (Abrell, 2016; Filippini, 2011; IEA, 2012; ...
    • Monitoring statistical data preparation 

      Hulliger, Beat (2016-03)
    • Poster Abstract: SmartStability - A multi-agent simulation environment for flexibility trading in households 

      Wache, Holger; Künzli, Michael; Schulz, Nicola; Bichsel, Jürg; Hall, Monika (2018-02-01)
      The increasing number of volatile energy sources, such as solar power plants, challenges the power network operators, the energy brokers as well as the electricity market actors. In this work, a multi-agent based approach ...
    • Shaping aggregated load profiles based on optimized local scheduling of home appliances 

      Hunziker, Christoph; Schulz, Nicola; Wache, Holger (2018-02-01)
      We present a new method to control an aggregated electric load profile by exploiting the flexibilities provided by residential homes. The method is based on a common energy price combined with inclining block rates, ...
    • Technical Validation of the RLS Smart Grid Approach to increase Power Grid Capacity without Physical Grid Expansion 

      Christen, Ramón; Layec, Vincent; Wilke, Gwendolin; Wache, Holger (SciTePress, 2019-05)
      The electrification of the global energy system and the shift towards distributed power production from sus- tainable sources triggers an increased network capacity demand at times of high production or consumption. Existing ...
    • Ungenutzte IT-Potenziale im Einkauf 

      Tanner, Christian (2012-09)
      Die FHNW führte zusammen mit procure.ch erneut eine Studie zum Einsatz von IT in der Beschaffung in Schweizer Grossunternehmen durch. Die 102 teilnehmenden Beschaffungsverantwortlichen aus diversen Branchen geben einen ...