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  • 18/03/2013
    VDE Task Force Smart Cities in Frankfurt

    Prof. Monti and Ivelina Stoyanova participates to the meeting of the VDE Task Force Smart Cities in Frankfurt.

  • 04/03/2013
    last Workshop of the EU COST Intellicis

    ACS hosts the last Workshop of the EU COST Intellicis.

    Prof Monti holds also a Keynote speech.

  • 04/03/2013
    International graduate school on Modeling and Simulation

    ACS hosts the international graduate school on Modeling and Simulation organized in collaboration with the EU Cost Intellicis.

    Prof. Monti holds a lecture on Real Time simulation and Hardware in the Loop.

  • 28/02/2013
    Workshop on Modeling and Simulation of City Quarters

    ACS hosts a Workshop on Modeling and Simulation of City Quarters as part of the EU FP7 project COOPERATE.

  • 21/02/2013
    Prof. Ponci attends the Officer Retreat

    Prof. Ponci attends the Officer Retreat of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurements as Vice President of the Society.

  • 18/02/2013
    New options for collaborations

    Prof. Monti and Prof. Ponci visit the University of South Carolina to explore new options for collaborations.

  • 06/02/2013
    ACS hält ein Seminar zu IEC61850

    ACS hosts a seminar on IEC61850 presented by Dipl.-Ing Karlheinz Schwarz.

  • 29/01/2013
    Smart Grid Summit in Berlin

    Prof. Monti participates to the Smart Grid Summit in Berlin. During the second day he also presents an overview of the work performed in the area of Future Energy for City Quarters.

  • 15/01/2013
    Prof. Monti and Ivelina Stoyanova attend the VDE meeting

    Prof. Monti together with Ivelina Stoyanova participates to the meeting of the Task Force of the VDE dedicated to Smart Cities. In this situation, Prof. Monti is officially selected as chair of the Task Force

  • 08/01/2013
    Forschungscampus

    Prof. Monti participates to the RWTH events celebrating officially the award of the two "Forschungscampus".

    Prof. Monti serves as co-director of the "Forschungscampus" Energie Netze der Zukunft (Future Energy Networks)

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    Virtual PHOENIX Plenary Meeting

    On 4-5 June 2020, Nikolaus Wirtz, Hendrik Flamme, Chijioke Eze and Ömer Sen (IAEW) presented the progress on the assessment and analysis of risk prevention strategies and the situation awareness and incident mitigation modules to the PHOENIX consortium during an online plenary meeting. Beyond that, it was great to hear Nelly Leligou of University of West Attica presenting education for the energy transition according to project ASSET.

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    Second Energy Research Dialogue: Strong Impulses for the Rhine Area

    At the second energy research dialogue, representatives of research institutions and companies from North Rhine-Westphalia discussed the future of energy research in the rhine area with minister Pinkwart. For ACS, Prof. A. Monti participated at the discussion. Key topics were perspectives for the structural change in the rhine area, as well as innovations for the energy territory of the future. More Information can be found at the link.

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    ​FISMEP Project Meeting in Malmö

    Maliheh Haghgoo and Alberto Dognini represented ACS in the FISMEP project meeting in Malmö (Sweden), hosted by E.ON Sweden.

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    ​CoordiNet Meeting with EON Sweden in Malmö

    Prof. Monti, Gianluca Lipari and Gonca Gürses-Tran initiated the work on forecasting by the means of machine learning for the demo site in Malmö together with the host and project partner E.ON.

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    RESERVE/SOGNO Course on Challenges and solutions in Future Power Networks

    A 5-day course has been held at EON.ERC addressing the main challenges when it comes to building future power networks with a high share of renewable energy sources and presenting the solutions developed within the European projects RESERVE - Renewables in a Stable Electric Grid- and SOGNO-Cost-Effective Automation Services to Enable Smart Distribution Grids. These challenges include issues such as frequency and voltage control, power system monitoring, cyber security and ICT aspects as well as the need for a set of new network codes and ancillary services. The course was divided into two parts: during the first two days focus sed on the challenges of the future power network that have to be faced by the industry and ICT professionals, while in the last three days the related technical insight were analysed more in detail, giving especially the doctoral students the possibility to deepen their knowledge by participating in workshops for all the linked topics.