Dr.

Wolfgang Hauser

Research Associate
Research Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies

Contact

+49 711 685-84814
+49 711 685-82487

Seidenstr. 36
70174 Stuttgart
Deutschland

Subject

Alongside research on social aspects of the energy system and the creation of scenarios, he works on agent-based simulations and the topics of lifestyle and life satisfaction.

Selected Publications:

 Brodecki, L.; Fahl, U. Tomascheck, J.; Wiesmeth, M.; Gutekunst, F.; Siebenlist, A. Salah, A.; Baumann, M.; Graf, R.; Brethauer, L.; Horn, R.; Hauser, W.; Sonnberger, M.; Léon, C.; Pfenning, U.; O’Sullivan, M.; (2017):Analyse des Energie-Autarkiegrades unterschiedlich großer Bilanzräume mittels integrierter Energiesystemmodellierung

  Weimer-Jehle, W./Buchgeister, J./Hauser, W./Kosow, H./Naegler, T./Poganietz, W.-R./ Pregger, T./Prehofer, S./von Recklinghausen, A./Schippl, J./Vögele, S. 2016: Context scenarios and their usage for the construction of socio-technical energy scenarios. Energy 111, 956–970. DOI: 10.1016/j.energy.2016.05.073.

  Deuschle, Jürgen/ Hauser, Wolfgang/ Sonnberger, Marco/ Tomaschek, Jan/ Brodecki, Lukasz/ Fahl, Ulrich (2015): Energie-Autarkie und Energie-Autonomie in Theorie und Praxis. In: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft 39 (3), 151-162.

  Hauser, W. (2013): Analysis and Agent-based Modelling of Lifestyle Aspects Influencing the Residential Energy Demand in France and Germany. Dissertation, Universität Stuttgart.

 Gruen, Carola/Hauser,Wolfgang/Rhein, Thomas (2010): Is Any Job Better than No Job? Life Satisfaction and Re-employment Journal of Labor Research, Vol. 31, Nr. 3, p. 285-306.

 

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Wolfgang Hauser studied Sociology at the University of Bamberg and Université de la Réunion. He gained his doctorate from the University of Stuttgart with a thesis on the relationship between private energy consumption and lifestyle.

His work focuses on the socio-technical analysis of the energy system and scenario building. In addition to the classical methods of empirical social research, agent-based modeling and cross-impact balance analysis are mainly applied. His main research interests in the field of CIB are the creation of hybrid scenarios and statistical scenario analysis.

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