Work, Technology and Participation

Research campus Mobility2Grid (preliminary phase / 1st funding phase)

The research campus Mobility2Grid (M2G) is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in the initiative "Research campus: public-private partnership for innovations". After a preliminary phase (2013-2015) and a first funding phase (2016-2021), for which information is provided here, the project is currently in the second funding phase (2022-2027).

Research focus of the 1st funding phase (2016-2021)

As part of the first funding phase, the ArTe department worked on the subject areas “Acceptance and Participation” (TF 1) and “Education and Knowledge Transfer” (TF 5).

Project team: Prof. Dr. Hans-Liudger Dienel, Dr. Birgit Böhm

TF 1 Acceptance and Participation

untersuchte den Akzeptanzprozess für die im M2G entwickelten Konzepte und Angebote auf verschiedenen Ebenen, analysierte akzeptanzbehindernde und -fördernde Faktoren, leitete akzeptanzerhöhende Maßnahmen ab und führte verschiedene Partizipationsformate mit unterschiedlichen Akteuren durch, um ihr Potenzial zur Akzeptanzerhöhung zu erforschen. FG ARTE war in TF 1 mit dem Schwerpunkt Partizipationsforschung beteiligt.

Final report: Dienel, H.-L., Böhm, B. (2021). Mobility2Grid research campus. Energy transition and electromobility in networked and urban areas. Final report Technical University of Berlin: Topic 1 "Acceptance and Participation". TIB: doi.org/10.2314/KXP:1796057797

Documentation from TF 1:

 

TF 5 Education and knowledge transfer

developed master's degree programs that had already been conceived in the preliminary phase (see below) and has designed and tested new formats for communicating M2G-relevant results, which are intended to enable different target groups to understand the challenges arising from the energy and transport transition and to develop possible solutions. ARTE has taken over the coordination in this field and has held topic-specific symposiums annually (documentation see below).

Final report: Dienel, H.-L.; Behrendt, F.; Kratzer, J.; Boehm, B.; Manthey, A.; Karohs, K.; Alexandrakis, J. (2021). Mobility2Grid research campus. Energy transition and electromobility in networked and urban areas. Final report Technical University of Berlin: Topic 5 "Education and knowledge transfer". TIB: doi.org/10.2314/KXP:1796059366 [Transfer title to Citavi project using this ISBN]

Dokumentationen aus TF 5:

Research focus of the preliminary phase (2013-2015)

In the preliminary phase of the Mobility2Grid research campus, the ArTe department was involved in three work packages: "Management, control and dissemination" (WP 1), "Traffic-related requirements: E-fleet operation, charging infrastructure, mobility concept, acceptance research" (WP 3) and "Development of new teaching formats; master's courses; training and further education offers; Support for young entrepreneurs” (WP 5).

Project team: Prof. Dr. Hans Liudger Dienel, Dr. Birgit Böhm, Andreas Manthey, Eliseo Hernandez

Final Reports:

AP 1: Dienel, H.-L., Böhm, B.; Manthey, A.; Hernandez, E. (2015). Mobility2Grid research campus. Technical University Berlin. Final report AP1 (AP1.4): Governance, quality control and dissemination. TIB: https://doi.org/10.2314/GBV:858946394

AP 3: Albayrak, S.; Dienel, H.-L.; Richter, T.; Boehm, B.; Hernández, E.; Keizer J (2015). Mobility2Grid research campus. Technical University Berlin. Final report AP 3: Traffic requirements: E-fleet operation, charging infrastructure, mobility concept, acceptance research. TIB: https://doi.org/10.2314/GBV:862378249

AP 5: Behrendt, F.; Karohs, K.; Alexandrakis, J.; Weber, H.; Boehm, B.; Böhme, U. (2015). Mobility2Grid research campus. Technical University Berlin. Final report AP 5: Development of new teaching formats; master's courses; training and further education offers; Support for young entrepreneurs. TIB: https://doi.org/10.2314/GBV:862937795

Citizens' report: Intelligente Energie- und Verkehrswende in Berliner Stadtquartieren (Intelligent energy and transport transition in Berlin city districts)

Technology salon: Best-Case-Szenario Mobility2Grid 2025 (best-case scenario Mobility2Grid 2025)

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