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    Kueppers. M., C. Perau, M. Franken, H. Heger, Matthias Huber, M. Metzger, S. Niessen

    Data-Driven Regionalization of Decarbonized Energy Systems for Reflecting Their Changing Topologies in Planning and Optimization

    Energies, vol. 13, no. 16


    DOI: 10.3390/en13164076

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    The decarbonization of energy systems has led to a fundamental change in their topology since generation is shifted to locations with favorable renewable conditions. In planning, this change is reflected by applying optimization models to regions within a country to optimize the distribution of generation units and to evaluate the resulting impact on the grid topology. This paper proposes a globally applicable framework to find a suitable regionalization for energy system models with a data-driven approach. Based on a global, spatially resolved database of demand, generation, and renewable profiles, hierarchical clustering with fine-tuning is performed. This regionalization approach is applied by modeling the resulting regions in an optimization model including a synthesized grid. In an exemplary case study, South Africa’s energy system is examined. The results show that the data-driven regionalization is beneficial compared to the common approach of using political regions. Furthermore, the results of a modeled 80% decarbonization until 2045 demonstrate that the integration of renewable energy sources fundamentally changes the role of regions within South Africa’s energy system. Thereby, the electricity exchange between regions is also impacted, leading to a different grid topology. Using clustered regions improves the understanding and analysis of regional transformations in the decarbonization process.

    GesundEuropan Campus Rottal-Inn


    A. Kupferberg, M. Iacoboni, V. Flanagin, M. Huber, Anna-Maria Kasparbauer, T. Baumgartner, G. Hasler, F. Schmidt, C. Borst, S. Glasauer

    Fronto-parietal Coding of Goal-Directed Actions Performed by Artificial Agents

    Human Brain Mapping, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 1145-1162


    DOI: 10.1002/hbm.23905

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    With advances in technology, artificial agents such as humanoid robots will soon become a part of our daily lives. For safe and intuitive collaboration, it is important to understand the goals behind their motor actions. In humans, this process is mediated by changes in activity in fronto-parietal brain areas. The extent to which these areas are activated when observing artificial agents indicates the naturalness and easiness of interaction. Previous studies indicated that fronto-parietal activity does not depend on whether the agent is human or artificial. However, it is unknown whether this activity is modulated by observing grasping (self-related action) and pointing actions (other-related action) performed by an artificial agent depending on the action goal. Therefore, we designed an experiment in which subjects observed human and artificial agents perform pointing and grasping actions aimed at two different object categories suggesting different goals. We found a signal increase in the bilateral inferior parietal lobule and the premotor cortex when tool versus food items were pointed to or grasped by both agents, probably reflecting the association of hand actions with the functional use of tools. Our results show that goal attribution engages the fronto-parietal network not only for observing a human but also a robotic agent for both self-related and social actions. The debriefing after the experiment has shown that actions of human-like artificial agents can be perceived as being goal-directed. Therefore, humans will be able to interact with service robots intuitively in various domains such as education, healthcare, public service, and entertainment.

    Maschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    Karl Hain, Christoph Rappl, S. Reitberger, S. Huber

    Development of an Innovative Tool Rack by Providing a Creativity Frame for Educational Engineering Projects

    Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Science & Technology: Applications in Industry and Education; Penang, Malaysia, 16.-17.12.2010


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    D. Festner, Andreas Gegenfurtner, B. Meier, A. Babichenko, J. Huber, T. Koch, B. Morgenthaler, S. Schmid, F. Scheider, H. Gruber

    Transfer of training and its determinants

    A study conducted in the domain of occupational health and safety

    4th EARLI Special Interest Group (SIG) 14 Learning and Professional Development Conference, Jyväskylä, Finnland


    Elektrotechnik und MedientechnikIQMA


    Günther Benstetter, R. Schmidt, S. Ascher, M. Kerber, Johannes Grabmeier, A. Huber

    Evaluation of thin oxide reliability by means of wafer level stress-testing

    8th European Parametric Test User Group Meeting, Prien am Chiemsee