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Prof. Dr. Andreas Berl

Professor

  • Studiengangskoordinator des Masterstudiengangs Artificial Intelligence and Data Science
  • Mitglied der Prüfungskommission Angewandte Informatik / Interaktive Systeme / Cyber Security, Life Science Informatics
  • Mitglied des Fakultätsrats der Fakultät für Angewandte Informatik
  • Fachstudienberater des Bachelorstudiengangs Angewandte Informatik

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Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Markus Eider
  • B. Sick
  • Andreas Berl

Context-aware recommendations for extended electric vehicle battery lifetime [Submitted article]

In: Sustainable Computing: Informatics and Systems

Elsevier B.V.

  • (2022)
  • Angewandte Informatik
  • MOBIL
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Nicki Bodenschatz
  • Markus Eider
  • Andreas Berl

Challenges and requirements of electric vehicle fleet charging at company parking sites

pg. 623-628.

  • (2021)

DOI: 10.1109/ACIT52158.2021.9548563

The uprising number of electric vehicles on company parking sites creates a variety of challenges, in terms of scheduling charging processes. In uncoordinated charging, peaks loads can occur that harm the low voltage grid and make the company pay a higher electricity bill. Further, some vehicles may not be charged enough to be used for service appointments at customer homes. In a first step, this paper highlights the individual problems in detail that can appear in a company parking scenario. Next, it is shown that charging scheduling in a company case is not trivial. Finally, requirements to a software-based solution of the challenges are derived from the individual problems.
  • Angewandte Informatik
  • MOBIL
Vortrag

  • Nicki Bodenschatz
  • Markus Eider
  • Andreas Berl

Mixed-Integer-Linear-Programming model for the charging scheduling of electric vehicle fleets

In: 2020 10th International Conference on Advanced Computer Information Technologies (ACIT)

Deggendorf

  • 16.-18.09.2020 (2020)
  • TC Plattling MoMo
  • Angewandte Informatik
  • DIGITAL
  • NACHHALTIG
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Markus Eider
  • Andreas Berl

Requirements for prescriptive recommender systems extending the lifetime of EV batteries

pg. 412-417.

  • (2020)

DOI: 10.1109/ACIT49673.2020.9209011

Lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles are subject to degradation, which is strongly influenced by the actions of vehicle users. Hereby, inexperienced users can cause the battery to reach its end of life state earlier than average. For this reason, this paper proposes the concept of a prescriptive recommender system that supports users in planning their utilization actions. The paper identifies functionalities of decision support systems relevant to extend the lifetime of electric and electronic systems. This allows to determe generic functional and non-functional requirements for prescriptive recommender systems. Further, the derived requirements are discussed in connection to the practicability of a prescriptive recommender system.
  • Angewandte Informatik
  • TC Plattling MoMo
  • MOBIL
  • NACHHALTIG
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Christina Sigl
  • Siegfried Hildebrand
  • Alexander Faschingbauer
  • Andreas Berl
  • J. Geyer
  • M. Prokýšek
  • R. Vohnout

Sustainable Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading Principles and Smart Meter Requirements for Smart Grids

In: Bavarian Journal of Applied Sciences vol. 5 pg. 461-475.

  • (2019)

DOI: 10.25929/bjas.v5i1.66

The sustainability and efficiency of the current and future power grid is an important topic nowadays. Thus, the increasing usage of renewable energy sources for generation of electricity requires a more complex infrastructure to manage generation and demand efficiently. In order to stabilize a power grid there are different methods to trade energy sources. Especially for smart grid infrastructures, the most interesting approach is to trade energy peer-to-peer. Thus, we consider different peer-to-peer principles in detail. Particularly, the underlying subsystem is essential for fast and accurate trading. That is why smart meters, forming the lowest layer of the system, are one of the most important parts within the grid infrastructure. Their main task is to provide high quality information and services for smart contracting and also for controlling the power grid with regard to efficiency and sustainability. The information provided by smart meters can also be used within a smart energy management to optimize production and consumption times. This demand side management approach helps to prevent overproduction and hence leads to more sustainablitiy in future decentralized power grids. For this purpose, peer-to-peer methods and smart meters have to fulfil dedicated requirements which are considered here in more detail.
  • Angewandte Wirtschaftswissenschaften
  • TC Freyung
  • NACHHALTIG
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Nicki Bodenschatz
  • Andreas Berl

Viability and Optimality of Electric Vehicle Fleet Schedules

pg. 425-430.

  • (2019)
The number of electric vehicles is steadily growing and commercial fleet owners follow this trend. However, the charging of fleets has a major impact on the already stressed power grid. To prevent negative impact on the grid, it is necessary to schedule charging processes. This charging scheduling should not only utilize the existing charging infrastructure and the available resources, but it should furthermore allow an optimized charging schedule, e.g. in terms of cost reduction. This scheduling problem is complex and it needs significant information about infrastructure and fleet in order to create a viable charging schedule. However, not all of the relevant information is always available. For this reason, this paper analysis the possibilities to create a charging schedule with missing information. To achieve this, the paper provides a detailed description of the charging scheduling problem for a day ahead planning and the necessary input parameters. It clarifies the influence of the input parameters on the viability and optimality of a charging schedule. On this base, the paper establishes data sets with different degrees of scheduling possibilities. Further, the paper analyses the affectation of missing input parameters on the scheduling and it provides possible solutions to approximate the missing parameters under the proposition to guarantee the viability of a charging schedule.
  • Angewandte Informatik
  • MOBIL
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Siegfried Hildebrand
  • Christina Sigl
  • Andreas Berl

Smart Grid Technologies for Rural Areas and SMEs

pg. 71.

  • (2019)
  • TC Freyung
  • Angewandte Informatik
  • NACHHALTIG
  • DIGITAL
Vortrag

  • Christina Sigl
  • Alexander Faschingbauer
  • Andreas Berl

Management of Virtual Desktops in Energy Efficient Office Environments Using Thin Clients

In: Ninth International Conference on Cloud Computing, GRIDs, and Virtualization (CLOUD COMPUTING 2018), colocated with ComputationWorld 2018

Barcelona, Spanien

  • 18.-22.02.2018 (2018)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
  • TC Freyung
  • DIGITAL
  • NACHHALTIG
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Nicki Bodenschatz
  • Diana Schramm
  • Markus Eider
  • Andreas Berl

Classification of Electric Vehicle Fleets Considering the Complexity of Fleet Charging Schedules . [Status: Presented]

New York, NY

  • (2018)
  • TC Freyung
  • MOBIL
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Markus Eider
  • Andreas Berl

Dynamic Generation of Recommendations for EV Battery Health

  • (2018)

DOI: 10.23919/EETA.2018.8493182

Electric vehicles equipped with Lithium-ion batteries face performance loss due to battery ageing. This effect can be actively influenced through behaviour introduced by vehicle users. Therefore, this paper proposes a dynamic recommendation architecture to automatically generate dynamic recommendations in order to prolong battery lifetime. We propose dynamic recommendations as well as requirements for them. The recommendations suggest a certain user behaviour for a specific chronological scope in the future as well as a weight based on their impact on maintaining battery health. Furthermore, we present an exemplary architecture, based on the requirements. Using historical electric vehicle driving data, it can automatically derive dynamic recommendations.
  • TC Freyung
  • MOBIL
  • NACHHALTIG
Vortrag

  • Markus Eider
  • Andreas Berl

Verlängerte Batterielebensdauer von Elektrofahrzeugen durch dynamische Nutzungsempfehlungen

In: 4. Jahreskonferenz des Netzwerks INDIGO (Internet und Digitalisierung Ostbayern)

Technische Hochschule Deggendorf Deggendorf

  • 23.11.2018 (2018)
  • TC Freyung
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
  • MOBIL
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Diana Schramm
  • Nicki Bodenschatz
  • Andreas Berl

Usage Profiling in Electric Vehicles

In: Bavarian Journal of Applied Sciences vol. 4 pg. 342-353.

  • (2018)

DOI: 10.25929/bjas.v4i1.52

In the overall effort of reducing CO2 emissions, the significance of alternative drive engines is growing. The transition from combustion engine vehicles to electric vehicles is high on the political agendas, with governments providing extensive funding to promote electric mobility. However, there are still challenges that hamper the dissemination of electric vehicles. One of those challenges is the limited range and the resulting range anxiety. Displayed vehicle range data contribute to this, as they are relatively inaccurate and might vary quite strongly during individual trips. This problem could be addressed by personalizing the range display according to the driving style of the current driver. Driver assistance services, like distance control, are becoming increasingly personalized nowadays, however, they are predominantly designed for internal combustion engine vehicles. In this paper, relevant input parameters for classifying the driving styles of electric vehicle users are identified. Furthermore, a system based on real-life driving data is developed to determine the driving style. Real-life driving data were collected in experiments and used to profile the driving style by means of fuzzy logic. Based on the results, an approach for a realistic classification of driving styles of electric vehicle users is discussed.
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
  • MOBIL
Vortrag

  • Christina Sigl
  • Alexander Faschingbauer
  • Andreas Berl
  • J. Geyer
  • R. Vohnout
  • M. Prokýšek

The Role of Smart Meters in P2P Energy Trading in the Low Voltage Grid

In: Advanced Computer Information Technologies- ACIT 2018

České Budějovice, Czech Republic

  • 01.-03.06.2018 (2018)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
  • TC Freyung
  • NACHHALTIG
  • DIGITAL
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Christina Sigl
  • Alexander Faschingbauer
  • Andreas Berl
  • J. Geyer
  • R. Vohnout
  • M. Prokýšek

The Role of Smart Meters in P2P Energy Trading in the Low Voltage Grid

pg. 280-284.

  • (2018)

  • TC Freyung
  • NACHHALTIG
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Christina Sigl
  • Andreas Berl

Benchmarking and User Types in Virtual Desktop Infrastructures

pg. 47-54.

  • (2018)

  • TC Freyung
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
  • DIGITAL
  • NACHHALTIG
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Markus Eider
  • Andreas Berl

Dynamic EV Battery Health Recommendations

pg. 586-592.

New York, NY

  • (2018)
  • TC Freyung
  • MOBIL
  • NACHHALTIG
Vortrag

  • Christina Sigl
  • Alexander Faschingbauer
  • Andreas Berl

WVDI - Workstation based Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Eine verteilte hyperkonvergente Infrastruktur. . Posterpräsentation

In: 5. Tag der Forschung

Technische Hochschule Deggendorf Deggendorf

  • 08.03.2018 (2018)
  • TC Freyung
  • DIGITAL
  • NACHHALTIG
Vortrag

  • Christina Sigl
  • Andreas Berl

Benchmarking and User Types in Virtual Desktop Infrastructures

In: 2018 IEEE 14th International Conference on Intelligent Computer Communication and Processing (ICCP)

Cluj-Napoca, Romania

  • 06.-08.09.2018 (2018)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
  • TC Freyung
  • NACHHALTIG
  • DIGITAL
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • J. Benze
  • Andreas Berl
  • K. Daniel
  • G. Eibl
  • D. Engel
  • Andreas Fischer
  • U. Hofmann
  • A. Kießling
  • S. Köpsell
  • L. Langer
  • H. Meer
  • C. Neureiter
  • M. Niedermeier
  • T. Pfeiffenberger
  • M. Pietsch
  • A. Veichtlbauer

VDE-Positionspapier Energieinformationsnetze und -systeme (Smart Grid Security)

Berlin

  • (2014)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer

Intelligentes Stromnetz der Zukunft

In: Niederbayern-Forum e.V. - Das Who is Who der Niederbayerischen Energiewirtschaft pg. 90-91.

  • (2014)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Andreas Berl
  • G. Lovász
  • F. Tüllenburg
  • H. Meer

Modelling Power Adaption Flexibility of Data Centres for Demand-Response Management

In: Energy Efficiency in Large Scale Distributed Systems: COST IC0804 European Conference, EE-LSDS 2013, Vienna, Austria, April 22-24, 2013, Revised Selected Papers. null (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8046) pg. 63-66.

  • (2013)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Andreas Berl
  • M. Niedermeier
  • Andreas Fischer
  • D. Hutchinson
  • H. Meer

Virtual Energy Information Network: A Resilience Perspective

In: e&i Elektrotechnik & Informationstechnik (Special Issue on ’Smart Grid and Security’) vol. 130 pg. 121-126.

  • (2013)

Increasing demand in energy consumption, missed modernisations, and the increasing difficulties in predicting power production due to volatile renewable energy sources (e.g., based on wind or sun) impose major challenges to the power grid. Power supply and power demand are closely interconnected with the need to maintain the power grid in a stable state with a sufficient quality of power. This requires energy-relevant information to be exchanged through the so called Energy Information Network. Communication, however, is challenging within the Energy Information Network due to privacy, security, resiliency, and quality-of-service requirements. Particularly, the resilience of communication within the Energy Information Network needs to be considered to maintain the power grid in a stable and controlled state. This paper suggests a Virtualised Energy Information Network (VEIN), where the Energy Information Network is divided into multiple virtual networks that run over a common substrate network. Furthermore, this paper discusses benefits of this approach in terms of privacy, security, and resilience and points out open research questions.
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • S. Klingert
  • Andreas Berl
  • M. Beck
  • R. Serban
  • M. Di Girolamo
  • G. Giuliani
  • H. Meer
  • A. Salden

Sustainable Energy Management in Data Centres through Collaboration

In: Energy efficient data centers. First International Workshop, E²DC 2012, Madrid, Spain, Mai 8, 2012, Revised selected papers (LNCS sublibrary. SL 5, Computer communication networks and telecommunications) pg. 13-24.

Berlin; New York

  • (2012)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Andreas Berl
  • G. Lovász
  • H. Meer
  • T. Zettler

Survey on Energy Efficiency in Office and Residential Computing Environments

In: Journal on Green Engineering vol. 2 pg. 255-272.

  • (2012)

Cloud Computing is today's most emphasized Information and Communications Technology (ICT) paradigm that is directly or indirectly used by almost every online user. However, such a great significance comes with a support of a great infrastructure that includes large data centers comprising thousands of server units and other supporting equipment. Their share in power consumption generates between 1.1% and 1.5% of the total electricity use worldwide, and is projected to rise even more. Such alarming numbers demand rethinking the energy efficiency of such infrastructures. However, before making any changes to the infrastructure, an analysis of the current status is required. In this paper we perform a comprehensive analysis of an infrastructure supporting the Cloud Computing paradigm with regards to the energy efficiency. First, we define a systematic approach for analysing energy efficiency of most important data center domains, including server and network equipment, as well as cloud management systems and appliances consisting of a software utilized by end users. Secondly, we utilize this approach for analysing available scientific and industrial literature on state of the art practices in data centers and its equipment. Finally, we extract existing challenges and highlight future research directions.
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer

Integrating Mobile Cellular Devices into Popular Peer-to-Peer Systems

In: Telecommunication Systems vol. 48 pg. 173-184.

  • (2011)

Today, peer-to-peer content-distribution networks are highly popular among users that have stationary computers with high-bandwidth Internet connections. Mobile devices (e.g. cell phones) that are connected to the Internet via cellular-radio networks, however, could not yet be launched into this field to a satisfactory extent. Although most mobile devices have the necessary hardware resources for joining peer-to-peer content-distribution networks, they are often not able to benefit from participation in an energy efficient way, due to limitations caused by mobility. In this work, mobile devices are identified as providers of advanced mobile features and services that are usually not available to computers in stationary networks. These mobile features and services can be exchanged for services in peer-to-peer networks, turning mobile devices into valuable trading partners. Partnership schemes are set up to define the way of a fair cooperation between mobile devices and other peers. A novel peer-to-peer architecture is suggested that applies partnership schemes to a well-established peer-to-peer content-distribution network and facilitates the integration of mobile devices.
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • G. Lovász
  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer

Energy-Efficient and Performance-Conserving Resource Allocation in Data Centers

pg. 31-35.

[Toulouse]

  • (2011)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer

Redução do consumo de energia de computadores de escritórios

In: Electricidade Moderna pg. 66-77.

  • (2011)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Andreas Berl
  • Andreas Fischer
  • H. Meer

Virtualisierung im Future Internet - Virtualisierungsmethoden und Anwendungen

In: Informatik-Spektrum vol. 33 pg. 186-194.

  • (2010)

DOI: 10.1007/s00287-010-0420-z

Das Future Internet stellt sich der Herausforderung, die Verknöcherung und die Unzulänglichkeiten des heutigen Internets zu überwinden. Es soll beispielsweise robust, zuverlässig und fehlertolerant sein und dabei Dienste auf energieeffiziente Weise erbringen. Zusätzlich müssen auch neue Anforderungen antizipiert werden, die zukünftige Dienste und Netze stellen, um der Entwicklung von neuen Diensten und Protokollen nicht im Wege zu stehen. Erforderlich ist hierbei die Entwicklung einer äußerst variablen und rekonfigurierbaren Netzwerkarchitektur, die eine möglichst einfache und autonome Netzwerkverwaltung mit einschließt. Die Virtualisierung von Host- und Netzwerkressourcen stellt in diesem Zusammenhang eine der Schlüsseltechnologien dar, mit der diese notwendige Flexibilität erreicht werden kann. Virtualisierung verbirgt die Komplexität von physikalischen Netzwerkinfrastrukturen und stellt homogene, flexible und dynamisch rekonfigurierbare virtuelle Ressourcen zur Verfügung. Dieser Artikel gibt einen Überblick über verschiedene Host- und Netzwerkvirtualisierungsmethoden. An mehreren Beispielen wird aufgezeigt, wie verschiedene Herausforderungen angegangen werden können, die sowohl im heutigen Internet als auch im Internet der Zukunft eine Rolle spielen.
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
  • DIGITAL
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer

Energy-Efficient Office Environments

pg. 101-105.

  • (2010)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Andreas Berl
  • Andreas Fischer
  • H. Meer

Using System Virtualization to Create Virtualized Networks

In: Electronic Communications of the EASST (Workshops der Wissenschaftlichen Konferenz Kommunikation in Verteilten Systemen (WowKiVS2009) vol. 17 pg. 1-12.

  • (2009)

The method of system virtualization is very popular for the use in data centers and desktop virtualization today. In this work, system virtualization is applied to core network elements (routers and links) in order to create a virtualized network. The selection of this virtualization method crucially determines the emerging network model. The network model consists of virtual networks, virtual routers, and virtual links that form overlays on top of the physical network. The properties, features, and limitations of this network model are analyzed and described in this paper. Additionally, a proof of concept implementation using currently available technology and infrastructure is presented. Finally the dynamic configurability of virtual resources in such a system virtualization based virtualized network is evaluated.
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer
  • H. Hlavacs
  • T. Treutner

Virtualization in Energy-Efficient Future Home Environments

In: IEEE Communications Magazine vol. 47 pg. 62-67.

  • (2009)

Home environments promise high potential in terms of resource sharing and energy saving. More and more home computers are running on an always-on basis (e.g., media centers or file sharing clients). Such home environments have not been sufficiently analyzed regarding the possibility of aggregating home user resources in an energy-efficient way. This article describes a future home environment in which available hardware resources (e.g., CPU cycles, disk space, or network capacity) are shared energy efficiently and balanced among end users. Furthermore, the article provides an overview of different virtualization methods that are needed in future home environments to enable cooperation of home networks. Virtualization-related requirements are discussed in detail and virtualization methods and concepts are compared to each other with respect to their usability in the architecture.
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Zeitschriftenartikel

  • Andreas Berl
  • E. Gelenbe
  • M. Di Girolamo
  • H. Giuliani
  • H. Meer
  • M. Quan Dang
  • K. Pentikousis

Energy-Efficient Cloud Computing

In: The Computer Journal pg. 1-7.

  • (2009)

Energy efficiency is increasingly important for future information and communication technologies (ICT), because the increased usage of ICT, together with increasing energy costs and the need to reduce green house gas emissions call for energy-efficient technologies that decrease the overall energy consumption of computation, storage and communications. Cloud computing has recently received considerable attention, as a promising approach for delivering ICT services by improving the utilization of data centre resources. In principle, cloud computing can be an inherently energy-efficient technology for ICT provided that its potential for significant energy savings that have so far focused on hardware aspects, can be fully explored with respect to system operation and networking aspects. Thus this paper, in the context of cloud computing, reviews the usage of methods and technologies currently used for energy-efficient operation of computer hardware and network infrastructure. After surveying some of the current best practice and relevant literature in this area, this paper identifies some of the remaining key research challenges that arise when such energy-saving techniques are extended for use in cloud computing environments.
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer

Integration of Mobile Devices into Popular Peer-to-Peer Networks

Piscataway, NJ

  • (2009)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Andreas Fischer
  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer

Virtual Network Management with XEN

  • (2008)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Andreas Berl
  • Andreas Fischer
  • H. Meer
  • A. Galis
  • J. Rubio-Loyola

Management of Virtual Networks

In: Middleware technologies for enabling next generation network services and applications (Samos Island, Greece, 22nd - 26th September 2008; Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Next Generation Networking Middleware (NGNM 2008) and 4th IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on End-to-end Virtualization and Grid Management (EVGM 2008)). null (Multicon lecture note series) pg. 197-202.

Schöneiche bei Berlin

  • (2008)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • A. Garcia
  • Andreas Berl
  • K. Hummel
  • R. Weidlich
  • A. Houyou
  • K. Hackbarth
  • H. Meer
  • H. Hlavacs

An Economical Cost Model for fair resource sharing in Virtual Home Environments

pg. 153-160.

  • (2008)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • Andreas Fischer
  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer

Virtualized Networks based on System Virtualization

  • (2008)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • H. Hlavacs
  • K. Hummel
  • R. Weidlich
  • A. Houyou
  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer

Energy Efficiency in Future Home Environments: A Distributed Approach

In: Home networking. First IFIP WG 6.2 home networking conference (IHN'2007) [December 10-12, 2007; Paris, France] (International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)) pg. 69-84.

New York

  • (2008)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • C. Fahy
  • S. Davy
  • Z. Boudjemil
  • Van der Meer, S.
  • J. Rubio-Loyola
  • J. Serrat
  • J. Strassner
  • Andreas Berl
  • H. Meer
  • D. Macedo

Towards an Information Model That Supports Service-Aware, Self-Managing Virtual Resources

In: Modelling Autonomic Communications Environments - Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE international workshop, MACE 2008 (September 22-26, 2008; Samos Island, Greece). null (LNCS sublibrary. Computer communication networks and telecommunications) pg. 102-107.

Berlin

  • (2008)
  • Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

  • I. Dedinski
  • Andreas Berl
  • A. Hofmann
  • S. Heglmeier
  • Bernhard Sick
  • et al.

A Source Routing Solution to Non-Transitive Connectivity Problems in Distributed Hash Tables

pg. 601-608.

  • (2007)
  • Maschinenbau und Mechatronik

Projekte

SmiLE, MAID und SMART-VHB, siehe unten


Labore

Deep Learning KI-Labor (THD, im Aufbau), Smart Grid Labor (TC Freyung), WVDI Labor (TC Freyung), Home Entertainment and Connectivity Labor (THD)


Kernkompetenzen

  • Elektromobilität und Flottenmanagement
  • Rechnernetze
  • Virtualisierung und Energieeffizienz
  • Intelligentes Energieinformationsnetz (Smart Grid)


Vita

  • seit 2021 Studiengangskoordinator des Masterstudiengangs Artificial Intelligence and Data Science
  • seit 2019 Mitglied der Prüfungskommission der Fakultät für Angewandte Informatik.
  • seit 2019 Mitglied des Fakultätsrats der Fakultät für Angewandte Informatik
  • seit 2019 Wechsel in die Fakultät „Angewandte Informatik“.
  • seit 2018 Inhaber einer Forschungsprofessur, verbunden mit einer Reduzierung der Lehre auf 9 SWS.
  • 2015 - 2019 Mitglied der Prüfungskommission der Fakultät Elektrotechnik, Informatik und Medientechnik.
  • seit 2015 Fachstudienberater für den Bachelorstudiengang „Angewandte Informatik“.
  • seit 2015: Professur “Grundlagen der Informatik”, Fakultät für Elektrotechnik, Medientechnik und Informatik.
  • 2005-2015: Forschung, Lehre und Projektarbeit in nationalen und internationalen Forschungsprojekten, am Lehrstuhl für Rechnernetze und Rechnerkommunikation, Fakultät für Informatik und Mathematik, Universität Passau
  • 2011: Promotion an der Universität Passau, Promotionsthema: „Energy Efficiency in Office Computing Environments“. Ausgezeichnet mit dem „Wissenschaftspreis der Universität Passau 2012“.
  • 2009: Gastwissenschaftler am Computing Department der Lancaster University in Großbritannien.
  • 2000-2005: Studium (Dipl.-Informatiker mit Nebenfach Psychologie) Universität Passau.


Sonstiges

Projekte

Laufende Projekte

  • SmiLE - Smartes und integriertes Laden von Elektrofahrzeugen auf Firmenparkplätzen https://zaf.th-deg.de/public/project/183 Bayerische Forschungsstiftung 05/2020 - 04/2023 (3 Jahre)
  • MAID - “Master Studium Künstliche Intelligenz und Data Science” https://zaf.th-deg.de/public/project/114 EU, INTERREG 03/2019 - 07/2022 (3,5 Jahre)
  • SMART-vhb - “Java Programmierung” Virtuelle Hochschule Bayern https://smart.vhb.org 09/2020 - 10/2021 (1 Jahr)

Abgeschlossene Projekte

  • CITRAM - “Citizen Science for Traffic Management” https://zaf.th-deg.de/public/project/101 BMVI - mFund 09/2018 - 11.2020 (2 Jahre)
  • SMART-vhb - “Java Programmierung” Virtuelle Hochschule Bayern https://smart.vhb.org 09/2019 - 08/2020 (1 Jahr)
  • Smart Grid - “Smart Grid-Technologien für ländliche Gebiete und KMUs” http://www.smartgrid.science EU, INTERREG 04/2017 - 03/2020 (3 Jahre)
  • WVDI - “Workstation-based virtual desktop infrastructure” https://zaf.th-deg.de/public/project/54 Sonderforschungsprojekt der THD 01/2017 - 12/2018 (2 Jahre)
  • Electrific - “Enabling seamless electromobility through smart vehicle-grid integration” https://www.electrific.eu EU, Horizon 2020 09/2016 - 08/2019 (3 Jahre)

Vorlesungen

  • Informatik 1 (in MATLAB)
  • Informatik 2 (in C)
  • Grundlagen der Informatik
  • Einführung in die Programmierung (in C)
  • Objektorientierte Softwaretechnik (in Java)
  • Java Programmierung
  • Programmieren I (in Java)
  • Programmieren II (in Java)
  • Architekturen für vernetzte Softwaresysteme
  • Netzwerktechnik und IT-Netze
  • Projektmanagement