Dr. Marc Müller-Stoffels is the founder and CEO of denamics GmbH, which is focusing on supporting customers in developing strategic roadmaps towards increased energy resiliency and reliability in a world of rapidly advancing technologies in the energy, automation, and digitalization sectors, and to provide R&D services to those that want to drive this technological advancement. Previously, Marc served as the Director for the Power Systems Integration Program at the Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP). Marc’s research focused on the integration of variable generation sources into isolated microgrids. He has lead the testing of an inverter-battery system to enable diesel-off mode in high contribution wind scenarios. Prior to joining ACEP, Marc developed regional scale climate models with focus on Arctic sea ice, and chaired a small software company specializing in optimization algorithms. Marc holds graduate degrees in physics from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Otago University, New Zealand.