T45-2024 - Research Assistant / Doctoral Student (all genders) - Real-time solutions to energy management in Smart Grid

  • Darmstadt
  • 100%
  • Temporary (3 Jahre)
  • Pay group 13 TV TU Darmstadt
  • immediately
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About TU Darmstadt

TU Darmstadt stands for excellent and relevant science. We are playing a decisive role in shaping the far-reaching processes of global change—from the energy transition to artificial intelligence—through outstanding scientific knowledge and innovative academic programmes. We group our cutting-edge research into three fields: Energy and Environment, Information and Intelligence, Matter and Materials. We are a university with strong ties to the Frankfurt Rhine-Main metropolitan region and a very strong international focus. We are committed to European values and European integration.

About our department

The Department of Control Methods and Intelligent Systems (ris) is part of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. As part of the Emmy Noether Program, a new working group is being established here on the topic of distributed decision-making in real time in autonomous driving and smart grids.

Your tasks

The focus is on the development of efficient algorithms that solve real-time decision-making problems arising in energy management of Smart Grid. Powerful theoretical tools should be designed to analyze realistic scenarios in modern power systems by taking into account their technological features. Achieving this goal should enable improvement in operation of energy systems in terms of cost efficiency and stability. The successful candidate will deal with a realistic representation of modern Smart Grid. Appropriate game-theoretic optimization algorithms should leverage information settings in the system and take into account time-invariant problem nature to address complex real-time decision-making problems faced by strategic agents in the energy system under consideration. Publications in international top venues are desired. Support of teaching and other lab duties is expected.

Your profile
  • Excellent University Science Degree (M.Sc. /Diploma) in engineering, mathematics, computer or natural sciences
  • Interested in the topic of energy management in Smart Grid
  • Advanced programming experience (e.g. C,C++, Matlab, Python)
  • Previous knowledge in game-theoretic optimization is advantageous, but can also be learned during the project
  • Very good English is a must, German language skills are beneficial
  • Independent working style, initiative and ability to work in a team
We offer

Technical University of Darmstadt offers varied and challenging assignments, freedom to work independently, the latest technologies, good collaboration between colleagues in partnership, needs-based training opportunities and customised personnel development.

Opportunity for further qualification (doctoral dissertation) is given. The fulfillment of the duties likewise enables the scientific qualifications of the candidate.

  • Development and organisation – comprehensive in-house training offers, including the opportunity for continuing education and development;
  • Annual leave/educational leave – 30 days annual leave (full-time employment) and 5 days educational leave;
  • Sustainable and mobile – eligibility to free public transport in the state of Hesse with the LandesTicket Hessen (Hesse StateTicket) in accordance with the currently valid collective agreement, in addition to opportunities to working mobile at times;
  • Fit and healthy – free of charge preventive medical check-ups and a wide-ranging subsidised sports programme
  • Work-life balance – flexible working time models, plus BGM (Betriebliches Gesundheitsmanagement – University Health Management);
  • Pension scheme – supplementary public service pension scheme (VBL) in accordance with the currently applicable regulations;
  • University bicycle
  • Family-friendliness/compatibility of family/care/career – (university-run) childcare services, child allowance (based on the collective agreement), childcare programmes during school holidays
General information, data privacy

TU Darmstadt intends to increase the number of female employees and encourages female candidates to apply. In case of equal qualifications, applicants with a degree of disability of at least 50 or equal will be given preference. Remuneration is in accordance with the collective agreement for the Technical University of Darmstadt (TV - TU Darmstadt). Part-time employment is generally possible.

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Contact

If you have any questions about this position, please contact Dr. rer. nat. Tatiana Tatarenko tatiana.tatarenko@tu-darmstadt.de.

Your contact person:

Dr. rer. nat. Tatiana Tatarenko

tatiana.tatarenko@tu-darmstadt.de

Published on

6/14/2024

Application deadline

7/14/2024

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Institute of Automation Systems

Department of Control Methods and Intelligent Systems

Landgraf Georg Str. 4

64283 Darmstadt