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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Nytsch-Geusen received his PhD in Engineering at Technology University of Berlin in 2001. Since 2001 he is responsible for the development of simulation methods and simulation tools for complex technical systems at Fraunhofer FIRST. These research activities are focused on object-oriented modeling technologies and the integration of simulation tools in the design process of technical systems. He was the leader of a joint project of six Fraunhofer Institutes, within which the Modelica-based simulation tool MOSILAB was developed. At University of the Arts Berlin he holds a chair in “Building Services Engineering” since 2007. There, his research activities are focused on modeling and simulation methods for energy efficient building energy design and for complex energy supply systems for single buildings and whole districts.