Artificial Intelligence in Energy Demand Response : A Taxonomy of Input Data Requirementsin: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI), Nuremberg, Germany, 2022
Michaelis, AnneHalbrügge, StephanieKörner, Marc-FabianFridgen, GilbertWeibelzahl, Martin
How to trade electricity flexibility using artificial intelligence : An integrated algorithmic frameworkin: Proceedings of the 55th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Kauai, USA, 2022
Hanny, LisaKörner, Marc-FabianLeinauer, ChristinaMichaelis, AnneStrüker, JensWeibelzahl, MartinWeissflog, Jan
The search for the perfect match : Aligning power-trading products to the energy transitionin: Energy Policy, 2020
Fridgen, GilbertMichaelis, AnneRinck, MaximilianSchöpf, MichaelWeibelzahl, Martin
Ausgangsbedingungen für die Vermarktung von Nachfrageflexibilität : Status-Quo-Analyse und Metastudie. 2 Fassung2019
Buhl, Hans UlrichFridgen, GilbertKörner, Marc-FabianMichaelis, AnneRägo, VadimSchöpf, MichaelSchott, PaulSitzmann, AmelieBertsch, JoachimSachs, ThomasSchweter, Helena
After graduating from the Albertus-Magnus-Gymnasium in Bergisch Gladbach, Anne Michaelis studied Business Administration (B.Sc. and M.Sc.) at the University of Bayreuth majoring in Technology, Operations and Processes. She attended a part of her bachelor studies at the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) in China. During her master studies, she spent a semester abroad at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) in Australia, focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship. Among others, Anne Michaelis gained practical experience at GEA Group AG in Johannesburg, South Africa and the transmission system operator TenneT in Bayreuth. At the FIM Research Center and the Project Group Business & Information Systems Engineering of Fraunhofer FIT, she started as a Research Assistant in April 2019 and is a Doctoral Candidate since February 2021.
Within the scope of her research activities, Anne Michaelis tackles various challenges in the areas of digitalization and energy systems. Currently, her research focuses especially on electricity market design, new electricity trading products and demand-side flexibility combined with the use of digital technologies.
Wittelsbacherring 10 3.20 Universität Bayreuth