Henning Nolzen

Department of Ecological Modelling

Working Group Energy

IP EnergyLandUse


Contact

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ

Department of Ecological Modelling

Permoserstr. 15
04318 Leipzig
Germany

Phone: +49 341 235-1895
henning (dot) nolzen (at) ufz.de

Henning Nolzen


Research Interests

  • Modelling of newly emerging energy landscapes: Simulation of spatial patterns of power suppy infrastructure units in context of the German energy transition, analysis of economic and environmental impacts and performance wirth regard to supply security.

  • Land use change modelling: Indirect land use change (ILUC) in the context of bioenergy production.


Research of the Department of Ecological Modelling: Energy Transition

See also: Energy Economic Research at the UFZ

Publications

  • Groeneveld, J., Müller, B., Buchmann, C.M., Dressler, G., Guo, C., Hase, N., Hoffmann, F., John, F., Klassert, C., Lauf, T., Liebelt, V., Nolzen, H., Pannicke, N., Schulze, J., Weise, H., Schwarz, N., (2017):
    Theoretical foundations of human decision-making in agent-based land use models – A review
    Environ. Modell. Softw. 87 , 39 - 48
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  • Schulze, J., Gawel, E., Nolzen, H., Weise, H., Frank, K., (2017):
    The expansion of short rotation forestry: characterization of determinants with an agent-based land use model
    GCB Bioenergy
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  • Sun, Z., Lorscheid, I., Millington, J.D., Lauf, S., Magliocca, N.R., Groeneveld, J., Balbi, S., Nolzen, H., Müller, B., Schulze, J., Buchmann, C.M., (2017):
    Simple or complicated agent-based models? A complicated issue
    Environ. Modell. Softw. 86 , 56 - 67
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  • Müller, B., Balbi, S., Buchmann, C.M., de Sousa, L., Dressler, G., Groeneveld, J., Klassert, C.J., Le, Q.B., Millington, J.D.A., Nolzen, H., Parker, D.C., Polhill, J.G., Schlüter, M., Schulze, J., Schwarz, N., Sun, Z., Taillandier, P., Weise, H., (2014):
    Standardised and transparent model descriptions for agent-based models: current status and prospects
    Environ. Modell. Softw. 55 , 156 - 163
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