M.Sc. Philip Gauglitz


Research Interest

The focus of my work is on the regionalization (spatial modeling) of renewable energies and electrical consumers in scenario building. Projects and application areas range from the investigation of nature conservation compliant wind energy scenarios to the provision of high-resolution data on charging points of electric vehicles for grid calculations. The current project focus of my work (and at the same time of my PhD project) is the modeling of charging points for electric vehicles under consideration of influencing variables such as demographic change and socio-economic parameters.



Academic background

 

ab 2020Research assistant at the University of Kassel, Department of Integrated Energy Systems
ab 2018Ongoing PhD on the topic "Regionalisierung von e-KfZ-Ladestellen in Szenarien für den zukünftigen Ausbau in Deutschland" (Regionalization of e-Car Charging Stations in Scenarios for Future Rollout in Germany)from
ab 2016Research assistant at Fraunhofer Institute for Energy Economics and Energy System Technology
2012 - 2016Master Program Energy Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, majoring in Renewable Energy Engineering, final grade 1.1
2012 - 2014Project
assistant at Adapton Energiesysteme AG, activities include potential
analyses of renewable energies and development of municipal climate
protection projects
2007 - 2012Bachelor program in Mechanical Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, majoring in Energy Engineering, final grade 1.9
2007Abitur (A-levels), Rhein-Maas-Gymnasium Aachen, final grade 1.1

 



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