Natalja Kleiner (Pulter)

Research Scientist

Werdegang

Natalja Kleiner studied Computer Science at the University of Karlsruhe. The main focus of the studies was on Telematics and Information Systems. In her diploma thesis she worked on the evaluation of fuel consumption and emission on intersections, which are managed by agend based assistance systems.

Since July 2008 she works in the Department Information Process Engineering at FZI. The main research topic is disruption management in logistic networks

Focus of research and work:

  • Disruption Management in Logistic Networks
  • Flexible Payment System for Services
  • Quality Management

Publications

  • How Agents Can Help Curbing Fuel Combustion - a Performance Study of Intersection Control
    Year: 2011
    Authors/Eds.: Natalja Pulter, Heiko Schepperle, Klemens Böhm
    Type of publication:
    Proceeding
    Source:
    Proceedings of the 10th International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS-2011)
  • Managing Contingencies in Timed Transportation Networks by Agent Technology
    Year: 2010
    Authors/Eds.: Natalja Pulter, Jens Nimis, Peter C. Lockemann
    Type of publication: Proceeding
    Source: Proceedings of the Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Logistics (AILog-2010) at the 19th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2010), Lisbon, Portugal
  • Störungsmanagement in offenen, getakteten Logistiknetzen
    Year: 2010
    Authors/Eds.: Natalja Pulter, Jens Nimis, Peter C. Lockemann
    Type of publication: Article
    Source: KI - Künstliche Intelligenz, 24(2), p. 131-136

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Kontakt

Telefon: +49 721 9654-844
Fax: +49 721 9654-845
E-Mail: natalja.kleiner@dont-want-spam.fzi.de