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Markus Löschenbrand

Research Scientist

Markus Löschenbrand

Research Scientist

Markus Löschenbrand
Phone: 948 60 561
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Department: Energy Systems
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1947738/

Due to the absence of well documented experiences from implementations of Local Energy Communities (LECs), it is very difficult to infer implications of increased LEC integrations for the distribution network as well as for the wider society. To conduct quantifiable assessment of different control...

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1939861/

In this paper we present a simple and intuitive method for fitting a non-linear Bayesian regression model on short-term load forecasts. Such models have been implemented via Bayesian neural networks, which are known for their hyper-parameter sensitivity. We instead show a more general method to fit...

Year 2021
Type Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1924931/

This paper applies a generative deep learning model, namely a Variational Autoencoder, on probabilistic optimal power flows. The model utilizes Gaussian approximations in order to adequately represent the distributions of the results of a system under uncertainty. These approximations are realized...

Year 2021
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1904529/

In recent years, power systems have undergone changes in technology and definition of the associated stakeholders. With the increase in distributed renewable generation and small- to medium-sized consumers starting to actively participate on the supply side, a suitable incorporation of decentralized...

Authors Sigurd Bjarghov Markus Löschenbrand A.U.N. Ibn Saif Raquel Alonso Pedrero Christian Pfeiffer Shafiuzzaman K. Khadem Marion Rabelhofer Frida Huglen Revheim Hossein Farahmand
Year 2021
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1617524/

Traditionally, electricity markets have been designed with the intention of disabling producer side market power or prohibiting exercising it. Nonetheless it can be assumed that players participating in pool markets and aiming to maximize their individual benefits might depart from the optimum in...

Authors Markus Löschenbrand Magnus Korpås Marte Fodstad
Year 2018
Type Academic chapter/article/Conference paper