Marcus Brennenstuhl

Akademischer Mitarbeiter / Doktorand
Marcus Brennenstuhl
Büro:
7/010
Telefon:
+49 711 8926 2647
Fachgebiet

Lastmanagement
Gebäudesimulation
Optimierung
Wärmepumpen
Kleinwindkraft
Wärmenetze

Vita
  • seit 2019

    Mitarbeiter am Steinbeis-Transferzentrum LOCASYS

  • seit 2017

    Doktorand am Stuttgarter Lehrstuhl für Windenergie, Universität Stuttgart. Kooperative Promotion zwischen HFT Stuttgart und Universität Stuttgart im Rahmen des Promotionskollegs "Windy Cities"

  • seit 2014

    Akademischer Mitarbeiter am zafh.net

  • 2011 - 2014

    M.Sc, SENCE (Sustainable Energy Competence), HFR Rottenburg/HFT Stuttgart/HS Ulm

  • 2011

    GN Bauphysik (Ingenieur)

  • 2010 - 2011

    GN Bauphysik (Werksstudent) 

  • 2007 - 2011

    B.Eng, Bauphysik, HFT Stuttgart

Auszeichnungen und Preise
  • 2017-2020

    Stipendium der Landesgraduiertenförderung

Veröffentlichungen
  • Fraunhofer IRB Verlag

    “Energiewende Bauen: Forschungserkenntnisse von der Komponente bis zum Quartier,” Gastbeitrag "Vision 2020: kommunale netzgebundene Energieversorgung in Wüstenrot (EnVisaGe + EnVisaGePlus)", 2020.

  • L. Romero Rodríguez, M. Brennenstuhl, M. Yadack, P. Boch, and U. Eicker

    “Heuristic optimization of clusters of heat pumps: A simulation and case study of residential frequency reserve,” Appl. Energy, vol. 233–234, pp. 943–958, 2019.

  • E. Francesco, M. Brennenstuhl, A. Kathirgamanathan, M. Rosa, M. Yadack, U. Eicker, D. Finn

    “A set of comprehensive indicators to assess energy flexibility: A case study for residential buildings,” E3S Web Conference, vol. 111, 2019.

  • D. Lust, P. Rößner, M. Brennenstuhl, E. Klemm, B. Plietker, and U. Eicker

    “Decentralized city district hydrogen storage system based on the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide to formate BT - The 13th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference 2019 (IRES 2019),” 2019, pp. 137–144.

  • M. Brennenstuhl, R. Zeh, R. Otto, R. Pesch, V. Stockinger, and D. Pietruschka

    “Report on a Plus-Energy District with Low- Temperature DHC Network , Novel Agrothermal Heat Source , and Applied Demand Response,” Appl. Sci., 2019.

  • M. De Rosa, M. Brennenstuhl, C. A. Cabrera, U. Eicker, and D. P. Finn

    “An Iterative Methodology for Model Complexity Reduction in Residential Building Simulation,” pp. 1–20, 2019.

  • U. Eicker, M. Brennenstuhl, J. Schumacher, V. Weiler

    "Renewable Energy Supply Concepts for Next Generation Cities Using the Integrated Urban Modeling Platform Insel 4D", ISES Solar World Congress 2019/IEA SHC International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry 2019 doi:10.18086/swc.2019.51.02

  • M. Brennenstuhl, D. Lust, P. Boch, M. Yadack, and U. Eicker

    “The Potential of Small Wind Turbine Integration in Residential Buildings Complementing PV and Heat Pump Operation,” ISEC Conference Proceedings, pp. 331–339, 2018.

  • U. Eicker, M. Brennenstuhl, M. Yadack, and P. Boch

    "Simulating and Testing Heat Pumps’ Contribution to Demand Response in Germany", VDE Verlag GmbH, 2017.

  • U. Eicker, M. Yadack, P. Boch, M. Brennenstuhl, and D. Pietruschka

    "Netzintegration von Photovoltaik im städtischen Raum bis 2050. In: 32. PV-Symposium, Bad Staffelstein, 08.03.-10.03.2017 (S. 1–8), 2017.

  • D. Pietruschka, I. Hassine, M. Brennenstuhl, R. Fedrizzi, M. Cozzini, S. Buffa

    "FLEXYNETS - A New Generation of Intelligent Low Exergy District Heating and Cooling Networks",  The 15th International Symposium on District Heating and Cooling, 2016

  • M. Brennenstuhl, M. Yadack, D. Pietruschka, and U. Eicker

    “Towards Understanding the Value of Decentralized Heat Pumps for Network Services in Germany: Insights Concerning Self-Consumption and Secondary Reserve Power,” in Proceedings of the IEEE Second International Smart Cities Conference, 2016.

  • D. Monien, R. Wilting, E. Casper, M. Brennenstuhl, V. Coors

    "WeBest–Automatisierte Korrektur und Mapping von Fassadenthermographien auf 3D-Gebäudemodellen"; Photogrammetrie-Fernerkundung-Geoinformation 2016, pp. 246-257, 2016.

  • D. Pietruschka, M. Brennenstuhl, B. Matthiss, and J. Binder

    “Decentralised heat pumps and small electricity storages as active components in a virtual power plant for smart grid services,” 2015 IEEE 15th International Conference of Environmental and Electrical Engineering EEIC 2015 - Conference Proceedings, pp. 737–741, 2015.