Gerda Deac, Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing.

Studies of public administration at the Federal University of Applied Administrative Sciences in Berlin and of industrial engineering at the University of Flensburg, specializing in “Energy and Environmental Management“. Studies at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia in the field of sustainable urban and regional planning. Since February 2011 research assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI in Karlsruhe; until December 2011 in the Competence Center Energy Policy and Energy Systems, since January 2012 in the Competence Center Energy Policy and Energy Markets.

    • Modelling the power generated by photovoltaics and wind energy on an hourly basis 
    • Modelling interactions between heat and electricity market
    • Dallinger, D.; Schubert, D.; Wietschel, M. (2013): Integration of intermittent renewable power supply using grid-connected vehicles - a 2030 case study for California and Germany. In: Applied Energy 104, pp. 666–682.
    • Schubert, G. (2012): Modeling hourly electricity generation from PV and wind plants in Europe. 9th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM 2012). Florence.