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So far Kevin Koch has created 8 blog entries.

“Implementing a blockchain-based local energy market” has been a accepted by Computer Communications

2020-06-13T10:10:29+02:00June 13th, 2020|

We are very pleased that our article "Implementing a blockchain-based local energy market: Insights on communication and scalability" was recently published in Computer Communications. You can find the full article here. Peer-to-peer (P2P) energy markets are gaining interest in the energy sector as a means [...]

Our work on peer-to-peer electricity markets will be published in Applied Energy (IF 8.426)

2020-06-13T10:11:05+02:00May 29th, 2020|

We are proud that our paper on “user behavior in a real-world peer-to-peer electricity market” will be published in Applied Energy (IF 8.426). You can find the full article here. Peer-to-peer (P2P) energy markets are a widely discussed approach toward a sustainable energy supply that [...]

In-vehicle intervention and blockchain papers accepted at ECIS 2020 in Marrakech

2020-06-13T10:10:45+02:00May 25th, 2020|

We are very happy that the following research in progress papers have been accepted at the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Marrakech, Morocco: Koch, Kevin; Liu, Shu; Berger, Thomas; and Wortmann, Felix, "Towards the Healing Car: Investigating the Potential of Psychotherapeutic In-vehicle Interventions" (2020). [...]


2019-10-15T15:18:45+02:00February 5th, 2019|

Diabetes mellitus and its associated complications represent an important challenge to society and the health care systems globally. It is estimated that currently 425 million adult patients suffer from diabetes, and that this number will increase to over 640 million by 2040. Despite ongoing developments in the [...]

Personalized Mobility

2019-06-20T13:58:21+02:00February 1st, 2018|

In an ever-more digitalised world, the effortless and secure identification of a person has become a key enabler of many new products, services and business models. However, person identification today is often cumbersome and insecure. Consequently, there is a new generation of frictionless and reliable identification [...]