PROF. DR. KILIAN HARTMANN

Hartmann, Kilian | Intelligent Systems, Materials

Research Area:
Intelligent Systems, Materials

Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Faculty: Engineering

E-Mail: Kilian.Hartmannth-abde
Phone: +49 6021/4206-933

Areas of Expertise

  • Clean Tech
  • Energy management
  • Energy policy and law
  • Biogas
  • Control and balancing energy from biogas
  • Biogas plant control
  • Grid integration of renewable energies


Research Labs


Research Projects

AIRES: Artificial Intelligence for Renewable Energy Systems

AIRES

IntelligentSystems   ArtifialIntelligenceDataScience

Use of machine learning methods for the development of marketing strategies for electricity generated from renewable sources from virtual power plants.

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Curriculum Vitae

since 2010Aschaffenburg UAS, GermanyProfessor
2007-2010Dr. Gehrig Management- und Technologieberatung, GermanyConsultant (Freelance)
2008-2010Fraunhofer IWES, GermanyGroup Leader
2005-2008AGRA-TEG, Göttingen, GermanyConsultant (Freelance)
2006-2008German Agricultural Society (DLG), GermanyProject Manager
2002-2006HAWK UAS, GermanyScientific employee
2002-2006University of Göttingen, GermanyDoctorate Dr. sc. agr.
1998-2002HAWK UAS, GermanyDiploma Industrial Engineering

Publications

  • Hartmann, Kilian, Montserrat, Lluch, Spurk, Christoph, 2020. HoMethan - Operation of 5 m³ biogas digesters with manure and organic waste in Middle and South America. Abstract Fulltext
  • Hartmann, Kilian, Candra, Dodiek Ika, Nelles, Michael, 2019. Von einer fluktuierenden zur verlässlichen Stromerzeugung. In: ew Magazin für die Energiewirtschaft. 04/2019(7655), S. 42 – 44. Abstract Fulltext
  • Wilches, Camilo, Nelles, Michael, Hartmann, Kilian, 2019. Representative sampling Implementation in Online VFA/TIC Monitoring for Anaerobic Digestion. In: MDPI energies. 12(12/06), S. 1179 – 1186. Abstract Fulltext
  • Candra, Dodiek Ika, Hartmann, Kilian, Nelles, Michael, 2018. Economic Optimal Implementation of Virtual Power Plants in the German Power Market. In: MDPI energies. 11(11/09), S. 2365 – 2373. Abstract
  • Hartmann, Kilian, 2017. Einsatz derivativer instrumente für die Integration erneuerbarer Energien in bestehende Strommärkte. Abstract

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