Portrait of Michael Stadler

Michael Stadler

Microgrids
Grid Integration Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road MS 90-1121
Berkeley CA 94720
Office Location: 90-1129
(510) 486-4929

 

Dr. Michael Stadler is a Research Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He leads the microgrid and distributed energy resources team at Berkeley Lab and is the lead developer of the microgrid design tool DER-CAM. He studied at Vienna University of Technology, from which he holds a Master’s degree in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. summa cum laude in energy economics. Michael has published more than 190 papers, journal papers, reports, as well as five software tools in his 13 year career to date.


Education

2001, MS Electrical Engineering, Vienna University of Technology
2003, PhD Energy Economics, Vienna University of Technology

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Publications

2005

Siddiqui, Afzal S., Chris Marnay, Jennifer L. Edwards, Ryan M. Firestone, Srijay Ghosh, and Michael Stadler. "Effects of a CarbonTax on Microgrid Combined Heat and Power Adoption." Journal of Energy EngineeringAmerican Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 131 (2005): 2-25.
Roesener, Charlotte, Peter Palensky, Manfred Weihs, Brigitte Lorenz, and Michael Stadler. Integral Resource Optimization Network - a new solution on power markets In INDIN '05. 2005 3rd International IEEE Conference on Industrial Informatics August 10-12, 2005. Perth, Western Australia, 2005.
Stadler, Michael, Lukas Kranzl, Gustav Resch, Claus Huber, and Reinhard Haas. Introduction to the Invert Simulation Tool In International dissemination conference of the project Invert. Brussels, Belgium, 2005.
Stadler, Michael, Lukas Kranzl, Gustav Resch, Claus Huber, and Reinhard Haas. Invert Simulation Tool: Modelling Promotion Schemes for sustainable energy systems In International dissemination conference of the project invert . Brussels, Belgium, 2005.

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