Alexander Wanitschke

M.Sc. Renewable Energy Systems (TU Berlin)

+49 (0)30 1208 434 81

Ph.D candidate


Alexander has been awarded a scholarship by Reiner Lemoine-Stiftung in January 2017, the working title of his dissertation is “Multi-objective optimization and robustness analysis for improved decision-making in the transformation of mobility and energy systems”. In advance, he has been working as a researcher in the team Mobility with Renewable Energy at RLI since 2015. He focused on the optimization of hybrid energy and mobility systems.

At RLI, Alexander developed an evolutionary multi-objective optimization algorithm for the in-house simulation framework SMOOTH. Between March 2015 and June 2016, he has also been involved in the coordination of RLI's communications activities.

Alexander holds a bachelor’s degree in Energy and Process Engineering and a master’s degree in Renewable Energy Systems, both from TU Berlin. During his studies, he has worked on projects on energy concepts and energy systems optimization.

Alexander volunteers for Naturschutzzentrum Ökowerk Berlin e. V. and assists at events on ecological sustainability.