Wireless power web puzzle

Lunch Lecture

There is no lunch lecture in March.
Auke Hoekstra, E-Laad Foundation/Twente University will present on 13 April
'Heading the Spark City research program into a multi-disciplinary simulation model of the energy transition'
More information will follow soon

Call for proposals

For all current Open Calls in the Power Web field click here

Vacancy

Algorithmics research group offers three PhD positions on the development of algorithmic techniques for automated planning and scheduling.
Deadline: February 28, 2017
URL: http://www.alg.ewi.tudelft.nl/vacancies/

Press Release

TPM signs Letter of Intent with Joint Research Centre Institute for Energy and Transport (JRC-IET)

Power Web


Read about Power Web.

PowerWeb

Towards the smart energy grid of the future
The electrical power infrastructure is rapidly changing due to the growing use of distributed renewable sources and is becoming increasingly complex to manage. Today's electricity market requires an infrastructure for flexible, reconfigurable smart grids that can facilitate the producer and consumer in their changing needs. Future electricity grids ask for a multi-layered ICT approach in order to become robust. And need to be embedded in society as a socio-technological system in itself.

TU Delft PowerWeb Platform
In search of integral solutions for this changing energy market, three faculties at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) joined forces in the PowerWeb initiative. Our view on smart grids research comprises the integrated study of the underlying physical systems (hardware), the design of smart energy management systems (software), and the study of smart grids in relation to their societal and economic environment (peopleware). This will allow us to model and design ICT systems that integrate energy production and consumption services in a robust way.

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