jeweco

Department of Economics

  • Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI)
Jens
Weibezahn
Postdoc
,
ph.d.


Room: PH16A 1.97
Tel:
+4538152244
E-mail: jew.eco@cbs.dk
Jens Weibenzahn
Presentation

Jens is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI) at Copenhagen Business School (CBS). He holds a PhD in Economics from Technische Universität Berlin and was a Research Associate at TUB's Workgroup for Infrastructure Policy (WIP), where he is now a Guest Researcher. 

Having studied at TU Berlin and the University of California, Berkeley, he has a background in industrial engineering and management with a concentration on energy and transportation infrastructure. His research is mainly focused on open-source energy system modeling with an emphasis on market models, energy communities, flexibility options, sector integration, and stochastic modeling.

Primary research areas
  • Energy System Analysis
  • Energy/Electricity Market Design
  • Local Energy Transformation
  • Flexibility Solutions
  • Sector Integration (Transportation, Hydrogen)
Social media
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/jeweco
Courses
  • Operationsanalyse/Operations Research, BSc HA(math.)
  • Energy System Economics and Modelling, MSc, Energy Minor
Publications sorted by:
2021
Jens Weibezahn; Alexandra Krumm; Pao-Yu Oei; Laura Färber / Erfolgsstory mit mehr Potenzial : Die Erneuerbaren.
In: Das Energiesystem der Zukunft in Smart Cities und Smart Rural Areas. ed. /Alexander Schlüter; Juan Bernabé-Moreno. München : Carl Hanser Verlag 2021, p. 37-64
Book chapter
Lissy Langer; Jens Weibezahn; Konstantin Tolstikhin; Thomas Volling / INSYSTED : An Open-source Platform for Blended Learning Based on Serious Games in Operations Management.
In: Proceedings of the Conference on Learning Factories (CLF) 2021Rochester, NY : SSRN: Social Science Research Network 1.6.2021
Article in proceedings > peer review
2020
Jens Weibezahn / Modeling an Integrated Energy Transformation of the Electricity Sector : An Open-source Analysis for Germany.
Berlin : Technischen Universität Berlin 2020, 261 p.
Doctoral thesis > peer review
Alexandra Lüth; Jens Weibezahn; Jan Martin Zepter / On Distributional Effects in Local Electricity Market Designs : Evidence from a German Case Study.
In: Energies, Vol. 13, No. 8, 4.2020
Journal article > peer review
Alexandra Lüth; Jens Weibezahn; Jan Martin Zepter / On Distributional Effects in Local Electricity Market Designs : Evidence from a German Case Study.
Copenhagen : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2020, 2 p.
Working paper
Christian R. Hirschhausen; Jens Weibezahn; Richard Weinhold; Wolf-Peter Schill; Mario Kendziorski; Dominik Möst; Philipp Hauser; David Schönheit; Christoph Weber; Sina Heidari / Projekt "Langfristige Planung und kurzfristige Optimierung des Elektrizitätssystems in Deutschland im europäischen Kontext" (LKD-EU) : Schlussbericht : Laufzeit des Vorhabens: 04/2016-03/2019
Berlin : Technischen Universität Berlin 2020, 59 p.
Working paper
Jens Weibezahn; Mario Kendziorski; Hendrik Kramer; Christian von Hirschhausen / The Impact of Transmission Development on a 100% Renewable Electricity Supply : A Spatial Case Study on the German Power System.
In: Transmission Network Investment in Liberalized Power Markets. ed. /Mohammad Reza Hesamzadeh; Juan Rosellón; Ingo Vogelsang. Cham : Springer 2020, p. 453-474 (Lecture Notes in Energy, Vol. 79)
Book chapter > peer review
2019
Jens Weibezahn; Mario Kendziorski / Illustrating the Benefits of Openness : A Large-scale Spatial Economic Dispatch Model Using the Julia Language.
In: Energies, Vol. 12, No. 6, 2019
Journal article > peer review
Marlin Arnz; Mathias Böhm; Jens Weibezahn / Mit Hochgeschwindigkeit auf der Seidenstraße : Ergebnisse einer Potenzialanalyse des Transportkorridors Shanghai – Duisburg.
In: Internationales Verkehrswesen, Vol. 71, No. 3, 2019, p. 38-41
Journal article > peer review
Jan Martin Zepter; Jens Weibezahn / Unit Commitment Under Imperfect Foresight : The Impact of Stochastic Photovoltaic Generation.
In: Applied Energy, Vol. 243, 6.2019, p. 336-349
Journal article > peer review
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