Dr. M.E. (Martijn) Warnier

Profile

Martijn Warnier received his PhD in Computer Science from the Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. After four years as a Postdoctoral Researcher in computer systems group at the VU University Amsterdam, he moved to Delft University of Technology where he currently holds the position of Associate Professor.

My research focuses on self-management of large scale socio-technical systems, such as sensor networks, the power grid or road networks. I study both operational aspects, such as robustness, resilience, efficiency and reliability, but also other aspects such as empowerment, security and privacy of users.
I believe that, in general, the really interesting research challenges can only be solved by truly multidisciplinary research that combines expertise from researchers with a variety of academic backgrounds.

Several application domains are central in my research: the energy domain, distributed networks such as cloud computing and sensor networks, and green ICT. The societal impact of trust and privacy and security is studied in a wide context, ranging from agent based systems to cloud and grid computing.

  • Green Wireless Power Transfer Networks - Qinzghi Liu, Michał Goliński, Przemysław Pawełczak and Martijn Warnier, In IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (J-SAC), IEEE, 2016.
  • Peer-to-peer Aggregation for Dynamic Adjustments in Power Demand - Evangelos Pournaras, Martijn Warnier and Frances Brazier, In Peer-to-Peer Networking and Applications, Springer, 2015.
  • A Topological Investigation of Phase Transitions of Cascading Failures in Power Grids - Yakup Koç, Martijn Warnier, Piet Van Mieghem, Rob Kooij and Frances Brazier, In Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 415(273-284), Elsevier, 2014.
  • An Entropy-based Metric to Quantify the Robustness of Power Grids against Cascading Failures - Yakup Koç, Martijn Warnier, Rob Kooij and Frances Brazier, In Safety Science, 59:8(126-134), Elsevier, 2013.
  • Self-Adaptive Service Level Agreement Monitoring in Cloud Environments -Kassidy Clark, Martijn Warnier and Frances Brazier, In Multiagent and Grid Systems, 9:2(135-155), IOS Press, 2013.

More publications

  • SPM4111 - Introduction to Designing Multi-actor Systems
  • SPM1211 - Agent Based Modeling
  • SEM1241- Design in Networked Systems (Module Manager)
  • SPM5905 - SEPAM Master Thesis Project Definition
  • TB133A - Agent-gebaseerd modelleren (Module Manager)
  • TB113A - Systeemmodelleren 2
  • The DST-NWO joint research project on "Smart Grids" ADREM: Adaptive clustering for Decentralized Resilient Energy Management, Delft University of technology, CWI, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur and Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, 2015-2019.
  • The NWO URSES project Stascade: Stable and scalable decentralized power balancing systems using adaptive clustering, Delft University of Technology and CWI, 2014-2018.
  • The EU FP7 STREP project CIVIS: Cities as drivers of social change, Delft University of Technology and others, 2013-2016.
  • The AgentScape: Distributed Agent Middleware project, Delft University of Technology and D-CIS Lab, 2001 (ongoing).

Martijn Warnier

Associate Professor

Department:

Multi-Actor Systems

Group:

Systems Engineering

Research interests:
Self-management
Distributed computing
Energy management
Infrastructures
Security

 


Additional information

Dr. M.E. Warnier

subjects
2011 - Business Systems Analysis (Project)
2011 - Business Systems Analysis (Theory)
2010 - CoSEM Master's Thesis Project
2010 - Business Systems Analysis
2011 - Master thesis EPA
2010 - Master thesis EPA
2011 - CoSEM Master's Thesis Project
2011 - Business Systems Analysis
2011 - Agent Based Modelling
2014 - Master thesis EPA
2014 - Networking
2012 - Introduction to Designing Multi-actor Systems
2012 - Business Systems Analysis (Theory)
2013 - Introduction to Designing Multi-actor Systems
2013 - CoSEM Master's Thesis Project
2013 - CoSEM Thesis Project Definition
2013 - Networking
2014 - CoSEM Thesis Project Definition
2013 - Master thesis EPA
2014 - CoSEM Master's Thesis Project
2014 - CoSEM Thesis Project Definition
2015 - Systems Modelling 2
2015 - Agent-Based Modelling
2015 - Master thesis EPA
2015 - Networking
2012 - CoSEM Thesis Project Definition
2015 - Introduction to Designing Multi-actor Systems
2015 - CoSEM Master's Thesis Project
2016 - Systems Modelling 2
2016 - Agent-Based Modelling
2012 - Agent Based Modelling
2012 - Master thesis EPA
2012 - CoSEM Master's Thesis Project
2013 - Systems Modelling 2
2013 - Agent-Based Modelling
2012 - Networking
2012 - Business Systems Analysis (Project)
2014 - Systems Modelling 2
2014 - Agent-Based Modelling
2014 - Introduction to Designing Multi-actor Systems
2016 - Introduction to Design in Complex Systems
2016 - CoSEM Master's Thesis Project
2016 - Systems Modelling 2
2016 - Computer Engineering for Scientific Computing
2016 - Networking
2016 - Agent-based Modelling
2016 - Design in Networked Systems
2017 - Systems Modelling 2
2017 - Systems Modelling 2
2017 - Agent-Based Modelling
2017 - Computer Engineering for Scientific Computing
2017 - Master thesis EPA
2016 - Networking
2016 - CoSEM Thesis Project Definition
2017 - Introduction to Design in Complex Systems
2017 - Agent-based Modelling
2017 - Agent-based Modelling
2017 - Design in Networked Systems
2017 - Design in Networked Systems
2017 - Design in Networked Systems
2016 - Design in Networked Systems
2015 - Agent Based Modeling of complex energy and industrial networks
2016 - Master thesis EPA
2016 - Agent-based Modelling
2016 - Design in Networked Systems
2015 - Networking
ancillary activities
-Geen nevenwerkzaamheden -

2016-01-01 - 2018-01-01

publications
Robustness assessment of link capacity reduction for complex networks

peer reviewed : Y

Reliability Engineering & System Safety (2017) 10 pages , p. 544-553

authors

  • Oded Cats
  • Gert Jaap Koppenol
  • Martijn Warnier
Distributed monitoring for the prevention of cascading failures in operational power grids

peer reviewed : Y

International Journal of Critical Infrastructure Protection (2017) 12 pages , p. 15–27

authors

  • Martijn Warnier
  • Stefan Dulman
  • Yakup Koc
  • E.J.E.M. Pauwels
The role of context in residential energy interventions: A meta review

peer reviewed : Y

Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2017)

authors

  • Sanja Scepanovic
  • Martijn Warnier
  • Jukka K. Nurminen
Safe and Secure Wireless Power Transfer Networks: Challenges and Opportunities in RF-Based Systems

peer reviewed : Y

IEEE Communications Magazine (2016) 6 pages , p. 74-79

authors

  • Qingzhi Liu
  • Kasm Sinan Yildirim
  • Przemek Pawelczak
  • Martijn Warnier
Green Wireless Power Transfer Networks

peer reviewed : Y

IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2016) 17 pages , p. 1740-1756

authors

  • Qingzhi Liu
  • Michal Golinnski
  • P. Pawelczak
  • Martijn Warnier
Structural vulnerability analysis of electric power distribution grids

peer reviewed : Y

International Journal of Critical Infrastructures (2016) 20 pages , p. 311-330

authors

  • Yakup Koç
  • Abhishek Raman
  • Martijn Warnier
  • Tarun Kumar
Smart phones for a smart city

peer reviewed : Y

Proceedings of the 14th international conference on computers in urban planning and urban management (2015) 20 pages , p. 1-20

authors

  • A Tisma
  • MM de Weerdt
  • MB van Riemsdijk
  • ME Warnier
  • R van der Velde

editors

  • J Ferreira
  • R Goodspeed
An empirical performance evaluation of GPU-enabled graph-processing systems

peer reviewed : Y

Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE 12th international conference on networking, sensing and control, ICNSC 2015 (2015) 6 pages , p. 438-443

authors

  • Y Huang
  • ME Warnier
  • FM Brazier
  • D Miorandi

editors

Architectural complexity analysis for large-scale emergency rescue management systems

peer reviewed : Y

Proceedings of the International Conference on Complex Systems Engineering, ICCSE 2015 (2015) 6 pages , p. 1-6

authors

  • L. Gao
  • ME Warnier
  • S van Splunter
  • Long Chen
  • FM Brazier

editors

Design for the value of privacy

peer reviewed : N

Handbook of ethics, values, and technological design: sources, theory, values and application domains (2015) 871 pages , p. -

authors

  • ME Warnier
  • F Dechesne
  • FM Brazier

editors

  • MJ van den Hoven
  • PE Vermaas
  • IR van de Poel