Energy Research in Oldenburg
Research in Oldenburg has applied itself to the wide ranging research field of energy for more than 30 years. This research includes science and engineering areas as well as information technology, meteorology and economics. These activities take place at the University of Oldenburg and at independent research institutions such as ForWind, NEXT ENERGY and OFFIS. The main focus of energy research in Oldenburg is the future of energy supply systems.
In order to structurally strengthen the interdisciplinary cooperation between the various Oldenburg research groups, the cross-faculty research network ENERiO, with over 25 participating research groups, has been established.
The scientific profile of the doctoral training is based on the interconnection between different scientific disciplines and a strong relation to other industry and scientific partners.
|Solar Energy Meteorology|
Wind as a Resource
|Energy Meteorology, Dr. Detlev Heinemann|
Turbulence, Wind Energy and Stochastics - Twist, Prof. Dr. Joachim Peinke
ForWind, Prof. Dr. Joachim Peinke
Wind Energy Converters
Energy and Semiconductor Research, Dr. Levent Gütay
|Stationary Energy Storage||Energy and Semiconductor Research, Dr. Martin Knipper|
|ICT for Smart Grids|
Energy Systems Technology
Energy Systems Analysis
|OFFIS, Jun.-Prof. Dr. Sebastian Lehnhoff|
DLR Institute of NES, Dr. Karsten von Maydell
DLR Institute of NES, Dr. Thomas Vogt
|Ecological Economics, Prof. Dr. Bernd Siebenhüner|
Environmental and Development Economics, Prof. Dr. Klaus Eisenack
Economic Policy, Prof. Dr. Christoph Böhringer
Cascade Use, Dr. Alexandra Pehlken