Hans Würfel, M.Sc.

After receiving my Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering with a focus on process automation from the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg in 2015, I studied Physics at the Humboldt University of Berlin where I've received my Bachelor's degree in 2020 and my Master's degree in 2022. During my Master Program, I was working on numerical models and software infrastructure for large-scale dynamic transient simulations of power grids at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.

In 2022 I joined the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg again to work on experimentally validated power inverter models for transient stability simulations.

I work on developing, implementing and validating power inverter models for the Julia library PowerDynamics.jl in a joint project with elena international GmbH.

A. Büttner, H. Würfel, A. Plietzsch, M. Lindner and F. Hellmann, "An Open Source Software Stack for Tuning the Dynamical Behavior of Complex Power Systems," 2022 Open Source Modelling and Simulation of Energy Systems (OSMSES), 2022, pp. 1-6,

M. Lindner, L. Lincoln, F. Drauschke, J. M. Koulen, H. Würfel, A. Plietzsch, and F. Hellmann , "NetworkDynamics.jl—Composing and simulating complex networks in Julia", Chaos 31, 063133 (2021)