assoc. prof. (M.) Martijn Warnier
Dr. (M.) Martijn Warnier research focuses on secure management of large scale socio-technical systems.
With a particular interest on understanding and managing confidentiality, integrity, trust, privacy, and other security properties and on studying the computational foundation of self-organizing, self-healing and self-configuring systems, both in the context of socio-technical systems.
Several application domains are central in his research:
- the energy domain
- distributed networks such as cloud computing
- sensor networks
- green ICT
The societal impact of trust and privacy and security is studied in a wide context, ranging from agent based systems to cloud and grid computing.
- The DST-NWO joint research project on “Smart Grids” ADREM: Adaptive clustering for Decentralized Resilient Energy Management, Delft University of technology, CWI, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur and Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, 2015-2019.
- The NWO URSES project Stascade: Stable and scalable decentralized power balancing systems using adaptive clustering, Delft University of Technology and CWI, 2014-2018.
- The EU FP7 STREP project CIVIS: Cities as drivers of social change, Delft University of Technology and others, 2013-2016.
- The AgentScape: Distributed Agent Middleware project, Delft University of Technology and D-CIS Lab, 2001 (ongoing)
Links to projects and researches
- Multi-level ICT control (PowerWeb)
Research Group :
IT: Distributed Service Platform
IT: Smart Algorithms (Medium/Low Voltage)
Power electronics components and systems