Adrian Odenweller

Doctoral Researcher
Odenweller

Current highlight:

New paper in Nature Energy on the market ramp-up of electrolysis for green hydrogen production. We show that green hydrogen suffers from short-term scarcity and long-term uncertainty if it grows as fast as wind and solar power have done, the growth-rate champions of the energy transition. These issues could be overcome by unconventionally high growth rates, experienced for certain technologies under specific circumstances in the past.


Publications

Work in progress / under review

  • Y. Simsek, P. Vercoulen, A. Ball-Burack, Femke J. M. M. Nijsse, A. Odenweller, J.-F. Mercure: FTT:Power 2.0: A global simulation model of power technology diffusion with learning-by-doing and renewables integration.
  • J. Biehl et al. (incl. A. Odenweller): Wicked facets of the German energy transition – examples from the electricity, heating, transport, and industry sectors. Preprint: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-2134870/v1
  • C. Gong, F. Ueckerdt, R. Pietzcker, A. Odenweller, W.-P. Schill, M. Kittel, G. Luderer (2022): Bidirectional coupling of a long-term integrated assessment model with an hourly power sector model. Preprint:

Peer-reviewed

  • A. Odenweller, F. Ueckerdt, G. F. Nemet, M. Jensterle, G. Luderer (2022): Probabilistic feasibility space of scaling up green hydrogen supply. Nature Energy, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41560-022-01097-4
  • A. Odenweller (2022): Climate mitigation under S-shaped energy technology diffusion: Leveraging synergies of optimisation and simulation models. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 178, 121568. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2022.121568
  • L. Baumstark et al. (incl. A. Odenweller) (2021): REMIND2.1: transformation and innovation dynamics of the energy-economic system within climate and sustainability limits. Geoscientific Model Development, 14, 6571–6603. https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-14-6571-2021
  • A. Odenweller & R. V. Donner (2020): Disentangling synchrony from serial dependency in paired-event time series. Physical Review E, 101(5), 052213. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.101.052213

Policy paper


Short CV

  • 11/2022 - 12/2022: Visiting researcher, Melbourne Climate Futures, University of Melbourne, Australia.
  • Since 09/2020: Doctoral researcher, RD3, PIK, Germany.
  • 06/2020 - 07/2020: Research Associate, Research Unit Sustainability & Global Change (FNU), University of Hamburg, Germany.
  • 10/2017 - 04/2020: M.Sc. Integrated Climate System Sciences, Cluster of Excellence CLICCS, University of Hamburg, Germany. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hermann Held.
  • 01/2018 - 03/2020: Research assistant, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Department: The Land in the Earth System, Global Vegetation Modelling Group, Hamburg, Germany.
  • 10/2018-01/2019: Visiting researcher, Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG), University of Cambridge, UK. Supervisors: Dr. Jean-Francois Mercure, Dr. Pablo Salas.
  • 2017: Trainee, Macroeconomic Statistics Division, European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany.
  • 2012 - 2017: B.Sc. Physics, University of Cologne, Germany. Thesis written at PIK.
  • 2012 - 2016: B.Sc. Economics, University of Cologne, Germany.
  • 2014: Semester abroad, Corvinus University Budapest, Hungary.
  • 2011 - 2012: Enrolled in MEng Civil Engineering, University College London (UCL), UK.

Department

Working Group

Contact

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
adrian.odenweller[at]pik-potsdam.de
P.O. Box 60 12 03
14412 Potsdam

ORCID

Ariadne (BMBF funded Kopernikus Projekt)