1. Thomas Fritsch: Neuronal networks in planning and optimization of mobile communication systems. In: Computer science research results, Volume 20, Verlag Dr. Kovač, Hamburg, 1996, Link to publisher
  2. Thomas Fritsch: Cellular Mobile Communication Design Using Self-Organizing Feature Maps. In: Yuhas B., Ansari N. (eds): Neural Networks in Telecommunications, Springer, Boston, MA, 1994, Link to publisher


Magazine articles

  1. Thomas Fritsch: Sturmzeichen im Netz - Vorboten von Blackouts rechtzeitig erkennen. In: Bulletin SEV/AES 15/06, ElectroSuisse, 2006, Link to PDF Leserbrief
  2. Thomas Fritsch, Miroslaw Wrobel, Eckard Glaser, Janet Grassmann: Exploitation and usage of signal evaluating concepts of nature Ultrasonic data acquisition and neural network signal processing. In: The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 105, Issue 2, p. 1251, February 1999, Link to PDF (abstract only)
  3. T. Fritsch, M. Mittler, P. Tran-Gia: Artificial Neural Net Applications in Telecommunication Systems. In: Neural Computing & Applications, Springer, London, 1993, Link to PDF
  4. Christian Scholz, Frank Wirner, Juan Ruben Gomez-Solano, and Clemens Bechinger: Enhanced dispersion by elastic turbulence in porous media. In: EPL 107, 54003, 2014,
  5. Frank Wirner, Christian Scholz, and Clemens Bechinger: Geometrical interpretation of long-time tails of first-passage time distributions in porous media with stagnant parts. In: Phys. Rev. E. 90, 013025, 2014,
  6. Christian Scholz, Frank Wirner, Jan Götz, Ulrich Rüde, Gerd E. Schröder-Turk, Klaus Mecke, and Clemens Bechinger: Perneavility of porous materials determined from the Euler characteristic. In: Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 264504, 2012,
  7. Christian Scholz, Frank Wirner, Yujie Li, and Clemens Bechinger: Measurement of permeability of microfluidic porous media with finite-sized colloidal tracers. In: Experiments in Fluids 53, 1324-1333, 2012,


Conference articles

  1. Thomas Fritsch: On the Current State of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its (possible) Use in the Energy Industry. In: 8th Regensburg Transformer Symposium, DTC Daemisch Transformer Consult, 2017, Link to PDF (presentation slides)
  2. Thomas Fritsch, Frank Wirner, Stefan Lech, Jens Füser: Transformer Oil BDV Online Monitoring. In: 2nd Trafotech Workshop 2016, New Delhi, IEEMA, 2016, Link to PDF  Link to short presentation
  3. Thomas Fritsch: Measuring transformer oil parameters via multi-frequent ultrasound: TranSCoM as a new innovative method providing increased safety for power transformers. In: Inductica 12, 2012, Link to PDF
    Hinweis: erschien auch in den Proceedings der CoilTech-Konferenz in Pordenone, Italien am 27.9.12
  4. Thomas Fritsch, Kurt Tutschku, Kenji Leibnitz: Field Strength Prediction by Ray-Tracing for Adaptive Base Station Positioning in Mobile Communication Networks. In: 2nd ITG Conference on Mobile Communication '95, Neu-Ulm, 1995, Link to PDF
  5. T. Fritsch, P.H. Kraus, H. Przuntek, P. Tran-Gia: Classification of Parkinson Rating-Scale-Data Using a Self-Organizing Neural Net. In: IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, San Francisco, 1993, Link to PDF



  1. Mihai Huzmezan, Frank Wirner, Mihai Bogdan: TranSCoM Online™ – Breakdown voltage (BDV), Pilot installation report, Electrica Transilvania Nord S.A – Substation Cluj Centru, RO. 2017 (By courtesy of A. Eberle GmbH & Co. KG, Nuremberg), Link to PDF


Other publications

  1. Jürgen Binder: Conception and programming of a game agent for StarCraft: Brood War. University of Würzburg, 2012, Link to PDF


About the Blackout 2006

In 2006, there was a blackout in the power grids in Europe, the consequences of which could have been catastrophic. The company A.Eberle GmbH & Co.KG reacted already in the run-up to this (by all means still rare) event with the development of a device and algorithms which should support operators in case of a blackout. The device was brought to the market under the name CPR-D and today operates under the name GDASys or DMR-D.

At that time, the company A.Eberle GmbH & Co.KG kindly gave Dr. Thomas Fritsch the opportunity to publish a series of special publications on this subject, which will be documented here.