Computational research on the energy transition plays a vital role in revolutionizing the way we generate, distribute, and utilize energy. By leveraging advanced algorithms, simulations, and data analytics, ZIB’s researchers can model and help to optimize various aspects of the energy transition. In a variety of projects, they help to optimize energy distribution networks, or investigate optimal strategies for utilizing existing infrastructure of hydrogen transport, for example. Additionally, computational research enables the exploration of different scenarios and policy interventions, allowing policymakers to make informed decisions for a sustainable and resilient energy future. By harnessing the power of computation, researchers can accelerate the transition to clean and renewable energy sources, paving the way for a greener and more sustainable world.



In the project Stadt-Land-Energie, we develop open and transferable methods and tools that enable the computation and appropriate reprocessing of robust, regionally... Stadt-Land-Energie
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Electric Bus Scheduling

A major obstacle to the electrification of public bus networks yet to be solved in a satisfactory manner is the electric bus scheduling problem. Contrary to diesel buses... Electric Bus Scheduling

Research Campus MODAL

The Forschungscampus ("Research Campus") MODAL is a platform for a public-private innovation partnership established by ZIB and Freie Universität Berlin together with... Research Campus MODAL