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Dr. Hendrik F. Hamann

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Research Staff Member, Manager

IBM Watson Research Center
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Local Address: Yorktown Heights, New York, United States
IBM Corporation
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"Solar is without a doubt the ...
newyork.construction.com, 21 Jan 2014 [cached]
"Solar is without a doubt the hardest to predict," said Hendrik F. Hamann, project lead for IBM's Watt Sun program, one of two funded by the U.S. Department of Energy to develop accurate forecasting systems for the energy industry.
The main issue is that solar panels turn on and off with little advanced notice, and require other power plants to increase or decrease output in response. In a few years, when it is estimated that solar will make up a larger slice of New England's electric grid, the momentary shifts in power output will require immediate responses from power plants to maintain balance in the electric grid.
Hamann described the need for forecasting through this metaphor: If you need to write an email, but your computer is off, you will have to wait a few minutes for it to start up.
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Hamann, 46, standing in front of a grid of four flat-screen computer displays, selected a small array in Rutland, Vt.
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The volume of data and specificity of modeling need to accurately predict where, when and how long the sun will shine on solar panels throughout the country make the Watt Sun application a "perfect big data problem," Hamann said.
IBM Researcher Hendrik ...
www.ctnow.com, 21 Jan 2014 [cached]
IBM Researcher Hendrik Hamann talks about forecasting conditions for solar power generation.
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"Solar is without a doubt the hardest to predict," said Hendrik F. Hamann, project lead for IBM's Watt Sun program, one of two funded by the U.S. Department of Energy to develop accurate forecasting systems for the energy industry.
The main issue is that solar panels turn on and off with little advanced notice, and require other power plants to increase or decrease output in response. In a few years, when it is estimated that solar will make up a larger slice of New England's electric grid, the momentary shifts in power output will require immediate responses from power plants to maintain balance in the electric grid.
Hamann described the need for forecasting through this metaphor: If you need to write an email, but your computer is off, you will have to wait a few minutes for it to start up.
...
Hamann, 46, standing in front of a grid of four flat-screen computer displays, selected a small array in Rutland, Vt.
...
The volume of data and specificity of modeling need to accurately predict where, when and how long the sun will shine on solar panels throughout the country make the Watt Sun application a "perfect big data problem," Hamann said.
Dr. Hendrik F. ...
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Dr. Hendrik F. Hamann
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Dr. Hendrik F. Hamann is currently a Research Manager in the Physical Sciences Department at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY. He received his PhD from the University of Goettingen in Germany. In 1995 he joined JILA (Joint institute between the University of Colorado and NIST) as a Research Associate in Boulder, Colorado. During his tenure at JILA he developed novel near-field optical microscopes to study single molecules at high spatial resolution. Since 2001 he is leading the Physical Analytics program in IBM Research, first as a Research Staff Member and currently as a esearch Manager. Between 2005 and 2009 he worked on energy and thermal management all the way from the device level to large scale computing systems. His current research interest includes sensor networks, sensor-based physical modeling, renewable energy, energy management and system physics. He has authored and co-authored more than 70 peer-reviewed scientific papers and holds over 55 patents and has over 25 pending patent applications. Dr. Hamann is an IBM Master Inventor and has served on governmental committees such as the National Academy of Sciences and as an industrial advisor to Universities. He is a member of the American Physical Society (APS), Optical Society of America (OSA), The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the NY Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Hendrik F. Hamann, ...
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Dr. Hendrik F. Hamann, Research Manager, Physical Science Depart., IBM
Hendrik Hamann (IBM T.J. ...
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Hendrik Hamann (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)
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