Self-Managed Dynamic Institutions in Power Grids: Sharing the Cost of Reliability
This project studies control structures that can be used to shape dynamic self-managing institutions of agents. The primary aim is to explore the potential and implications of decentralised agent-based self-management in power grids. The underlying mechanisms by which effective system configurations can be discovered and adapted are explored. Emphasis is placed on the question of whether the discovery of effective reliable system configurations is feasible without requiring major changes to existing infrastructures and regulations.