|Implementation and Comparison of Modeling Approaches for Communication Systems in Energy System Scenarios
In the context of the increasing digitalization of energy systems, efficient and reliable communication among participants is crucial.
In order to adequately capture the diversity and complexity of communication systems in such scenarios, a variety of modeling approaches can be used.
The objective of this thesis is the implementation and comparison of at least one (preferably several) modeling methods for communication systems in energy scenario contexts. Possible approaches include, but are not limited to, graph models, stochastic methods, and integrated, detailed communication simulations. The focus should be on evaluating the suitability of these methods for representing the dynamics and complexity of communication processes in energy systems.
The specific implementation of the task can be coordinated and defined with me according to your own interests.
|Department of Computing Science
|Type of work
|practical / application-focused
|Type of thesis
|Bachelor's or Master's degree
|Malin Radtke, M. Sc.
Prior knowledge in the field of energy and/or communication systems is helpful, but not a prerequisite.