Ukraine, Portugal, Poland and The Netherlands are the new countries joining the “SMART GRID from A to Z” courses for its second round! If you are from one of these countries, you have now a dedicated course just for you.
SMAGRINET 2nd academic year already successfully started in September 2021.
Eight universities and one national power company within and beyond the consortium are currently working on the SMAGRINET short-term programmes.
The second pilot is running until the end of February 2022. Apart from the previously involved countries, the courses attracted a large group of participants from the Ukraine. Two sessions are planned: the first session ran for the period from 27th September 2021 until the 12th of November 2021 and the second session started on the 15th of November 2021 and will be running until the end of the year 2021.
Further short-term programmes deployment is planned in:
The courses are in English. A Certificate will be provided upon a successful completion of the course.
ARE YOU FROM ONE OF THE COUNTRIES MENTIONED ABOVE? Join us!
INTERESTED IN A PILOT IN YOUR COUNTRY/ORGANISATION?
Besides the on-line course „Smart Grid from A to Z“ developed on the LMS Canvas, the consortium offered course coordination in cooperation with local organisations, continuous support for participants and series of online live sessions when participants have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about recent research projects and activities in the field of smart grids.
Common online live sessions are organised within the pilots in Germany, France and in Ukraine. This allows experts involved in online live sessions to connect with each other and maximizes the impact of knowledge, competencies and expertise exchange.
Facts from the Ukraine pilots:
- 1st pilot: more than 30 workforces from National Power Company “UkrEnergo” and 19 researchers. The pilot included 5 online live sessions, where consortium experts shared experience and gave a lecture.
- 2nd pilot: more than 40 participants have been registered in the course for broader public, as well as around 20 workforces and researchers.
- Pilots in Ukraine are coordinated by Technical University Dresden in cooperation with such local organisations as O.M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv, Lviv State University of Life Safety and National Power Company “UkrEnergo”.
List of Lectures provided by the SMAGRINET Consortium during the online live sessions:
- Electrolyzer and Fuel Cell: The Key Technologies for the Development of Smart Grid. | Speaker: Dr. Damien Guilbert, Associate Professor, Université de Lorraine
- Explorative Implementation of Open-Source Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading Approaches | Speaker: Alex Gabriel, researcher, Université de Lorraine
- Smart Energy Grid trends - from digital twin to AI. | Speaker: Sebastian Kosslers, Head of VDE Competence Center Smart Grid, Germany
- Automatic Anomaly Detection in Power Quality Data using AI method. | Speaker: Olga Zyabkina, research assistant, Chair of Electrical Power Supply, Institute of Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering, Technical University Dresden, Germany
- Energy Network Berlin Adlershof | Speaker: Stefan Bschorer, researcher, Department of Energy and Automation Technology, Technical University Berlin
- TU Berlin App Smart Grid and Real-Time Smart Grid Lab | Speakers: Anna Czerwinska, Flavio Gromann, researchers, Department of Energy and Automation Technology, Technical University Berlin
- Evaluation of potential benefits of load flexibility as a part of distribution network planning | Speaker: Gregor Lekan, mag. ing. el., Researcher at Laboratory of Electricity Networks and Devices, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Optimal sizing of battery storage for electrical power systems | Speaker: Aivaras Slivikas, project engineer, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
INTERESTED IN PROGRAMMES SYLLABUS – please follow the links:
- BROADER PUBLIC PROGRAMME SYLLABUS: link
- RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING PROGRAMME SYLLABUS: link
- WORKFORCE PROGRAMME SYLLABUS: link