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Marcus Venzke

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Dr. Marcus Venzke
Room 4.086, building E
Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 3
21073 Hamburg
phone+49 40 42878 - 3378
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I am in the Institute of Telematics since 1997, having the position of the senior engineer (Oberingenieur) since 2004. Find my private homepage at www.MarcusVenzke.de.

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Publications

Marcus Venzke and Volker Turau. Simulative Evaluation of Demand Response Approaches for Waterbeds. In Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON), April 2016. Leuven, Belgium. To be published.
@InProceedings{Telematik_EnergyCon_2016_SimulationDemandResponseWaterbed, author = {Marcus Venzke and Volker Turau}, title = {Simulative Evaluation of Demand Response Approaches for Waterbeds}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON)}, pages = , day = {4-8}, month = apr, year = 2016, location = {Leuven, Belgium}, }
Abstract: This paper quantitatively compares five demand response (DR) approaches for waterbeds using simulation. The approaches enable privacy by design with a local control and contribute to the planning phase of the electricity network’s balancing process. Approaches are assessed by their energy consumption, their ability to shift power consumption to times of high availability, and the effort of realization and configuration. Load steps were identified as a risk for power network stability. A classification of DR methods, based on the position of their contribution within the electricity network’s balancing process, is used to distinguish our approach from the DR approaches found in the literature.
Marcus Venzke and Volker Turau. A demand response approach locally implementable for waterbeds. In Proceedings of 1st Workshop on Middleware for a Smarter Use of Electric Energy (MidSEE’15), March 2015, pp. 1–6. Cottbus, Germany.
@InProceedings{Telematik_VT_2015_DemandResponseWaterbed, author = {Marcus Venzke and Volker Turau}, title = {A demand response approach locally implementable for waterbeds}, booktitle = {Proceedings of 1st Workshop on Middleware for a Smarter Use of Electric Energy (MidSEE’15)}, pages = {1-6}, day = {12}, month = mar, year = 2015, location = {Cottbus, Germany}, }
Abstract: The paper presents a demand response scheme for waterbeds that can be implemented in practice today. It balances the requirements of saving energy and shifting power to times with higher power availability by planning heating phases to minimize costs according to a virtual electricity tariff derived from trading prices of an electricity exchange. The approach was successfully validated with a real waterbed under real conditions.
Maciej Muehleisen, Marcus Venzke, Christoph Petersen, Andreas Timm-Giel and Volker Turau. Reliable Transmission of Aircraft Data over Satellite. In Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Aircraft System Technologies (AST 2015), February 2015. Hamburg, Germany.
@InProceedings{Telematik_Ast_Workshop_2015, author = {Maciej Muehleisen and Marcus Venzke and Christoph Petersen and Andreas Timm-Giel and Volker Turau}, title = {Reliable Transmission of Aircraft Data over Satellite}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Aircraft System Technologies (AST 2015)}, month = feb, year = 2015, location = {Hamburg, Germany}, }
Abstract: After almost two years to recover the flight data recorder of Air France Flight 447 and, by January 2015, still no sign of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, the public and media ask the question: "How is it possible to have almost worldwide Internet access in the cabin but not being able to track the position of an aircraft?" One answer to the question is that the passenger pays for Internet access in the cabin while the airline would have to pay for transmission of sensor data, such as the aircraft position. Furthermore Internet access in the cabin is offered on a best effort basis without any guarantees with regard to delay, throughput and loss rate. In this paper we present a simple system capable of transmitting critical data to the ground and evaluate the statistical distribution of the end-to-end delay a transmitted data packet encounters. Signal Flow Graphs are used to systematically model the transmission system with regard to delays encountered by a packet, including those caused by retransmissions of lost data. Results for the Inmarsat-4 Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) service are derived, but the method is applicable to many other transmission systems.

The complete list of publications is available separately.

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