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Nubius Brandner

"For me, the energy system stands for… an upswing for renewables through a holistic examination of the energy system"


Nubius Brandner

In his doctoral studies, Nubius Brandner explores the resilience of power grids in the face of increasing electricity demand and a growing threat from extreme weather events. He uses energy system models from theoretical physics to identify vulnerabilities in the power grid and examine measures for stabilization.

He is supervised at the Technical University of Berlin by Prof. Dr. Sabine Klapp (, head of the Collaborative Research Center on the Control of Self-organizing Nonlinear Systems, and at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) by Dr. Frank Hellmann (, head of the Dynamics, stability and resilience of complex hybrid infrastructure networks working group.

During his physics studies at Humboldt University of Berlin and as a student assistant, he methodically engaged in modeling. In his master's thesis at PIK, this knowledge was applied to the development of methods for modeling power grids. During his studies, he spent a year in Cairo.