Tobias Massier
Tobias Massier
Principal Scientist and Department Head at TUMCREATE, Singapore
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Estimation of the energy demand of electric buses based on real-world data for large-scale public transport networks
M Gallet, T Massier, T Hamacher
Applied energy 230, 344-356, 2018
The sizing rules method for CMOS and bipolar analog integrated circuit synthesis
T Massier, H Graeb, U Schlichtmann
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and …, 2008
Cost optimal integration of flexible buildings in congested distribution grids
S Hanif, T Massier, HB Gooi, T Hamacher, T Reindl
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 32 (3), 2254-2266, 2016
Distributed congestion management of distribution grids under robust flexible buildings operations
S Hanif, HB Gooi, T Massier, T Hamacher, T Reindl
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 32 (6), 4600-4613, 2017
Estimating the building based energy consumption as an anthropogenic contribution to urban heat islands
P Boehme, M Berger, T Massier
Sustainable Cities and Society 19, 373-384, 2015
Robust electric vehicle aggregation for ancillary service provision considering battery aging
DFR Melo, A Trippe, HB Gooi, T Massier
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 9 (3), 1728-1738, 2016
Life cycle assessment of a sewage sludge and woody biomass co-gasification system
S Ramachandran, Z Yao, S You, T Massier, U Stimming, CH Wang
Energy 137, 369-376, 2017
Charging optimization of battery electric vehicles including cycle battery aging
AE Trippe, R Arunachala, T Massier, A Jossen, T Hamacher
IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies, Europe, 1-6, 2014
Charging of electric vehicles and demand response management in a Singaporean car park
DFR Melo, GH Beng, T Massier
2014 49th International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC), 1-6, 2014
Sustainable transport by use of alternative marine and aviation fuels—A well-to-tank analysis to assess interactions with Singapore's energy system
K Schönsteiner, T Massier, T Hamacher
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 65, 853-871, 2016
District cooling network optimization with redundancy constraints in Singapore
J Dorfner, P Krystallas, M Durst, T Massier
Future Cities and Environment 3, 1-13, 2017
Modelling a low-carbon power system for Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore
J Stich, M Mannhart, T Zipperle, T Massier, M Huber, T Hamacher
33rd IEW International Energy Workshop, 2014
Optimized charging of electric vehicles with regard to battery constraints-Case study: Singaporean car park
A Trippe, T Massier, T Hamacher
2013 IEEE Energytech, 1-6, 2013
Developing a large-scale microscopic model of electric public bus operation and charging
M Gallet, T Massier, D Zehe
2019 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), 1-5, 2019
Electrification of road transport in Singapore and its integration into the power system
T Massier, D Recalde, R Sellmair, M Gallet, T Hamacher
Energy Technology 6 (1), 21-32, 2018
Enhancing the integration of renewables by trans-border electricity trade in ASEAN
J Stich, T Massier
2015 IEEE PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC), 1-5, 2015
Sizing rules for bipolar analog circuit design
T Massier, H Graeb, U Schlichtmann
Proceedings of the conference on Design, automation and test in Europe, 140-145, 2008
Model predictive control scheme for investigating demand side flexibility in Singapore
S Hanif, DFR Melo, M Maasoumy, T Massier, T Hamacher, T Reindl
2015 50th International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC), 1-6, 2015
Combination of renewable generation and flexible load aggregation for ancillary services provision
D Fernando, R Melo, S Hanif, T Massier, GH Beng
2015 50th International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC), 1-6, 2015
Life cycle greenhouse gas analysis for automotive applications—a case study for taxis in Singapore
B Reuter, K Schönsteiner, M Wagner, D Gleyzes, T Massier, T Hamacher, ...
International Journal of Smart Grid and Clean Energy 3 (2), 127-134, 2014
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