Prof.dr. M.E. (Martijn) Warnier
Martijn Warnier is professor of Complex Systems Design and the head of the Multi-Actor Systems Department. 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.
- Impact of Service Sector Loads on Renewable Resource Integration - Nina Voulis, Martijn Warnier and Frances Brazier, In Applied Energy, Elsevier, 2017.
- Distributed Monitoring for Prevention of Cascading Failures in Operational Power Grids - Martijn Warnier, Stefan Dulman, Yakup Koç and Eric Pauwels, In the International Journal of Critical Infrastructure Protection, Elsevier, 2017.
- 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.
- 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.
- SEN1111 - Introduction to Design in Complex Systems
- SEN1211 - Agent Based Modeling
- SEN1241 - Design in Networked Systems (Module Manager)
- EPA1333 - Computer Engineering for Scientific Computing
- 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).
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Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Room number: B2.010
Prof.dr. M.E. Warnier
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2022-03-01 - 2024-03-01