Starting this fall, students from the Department of Informatics & Telecommunications of the University of Peloponnese are engaged in the MERLON project. They are working on stochastic modeling of electric grid load profiling under V2G and G2V options, considering different charging strategies.
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WMCLab is seeking for highly motivated and ambitious PhD and PostDoc candidates with a degree on electrical engineering or information and computer technology (ICT) to work in the context of our two on-going Energy related Horizon2020 projects. The focus will be on energy systems, electric vehicles, consumption profiling and optimization techniques. The candidate should have
EuCAP is the largest and most significant antennas and propagation conference in Europe, attracting more than 1400 participants from academia and industry, and more than 50 industrial exhibitors from all over the world. Next year’s EuCAP conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, 15-20 March 2020. EuCAP 2020 – Call for Papers (Download)
Prof. George Tsoulos joins the EuCAP 2020 conference organising committee as a Convened Sessions Chair along with Enrica Martini of the University of Siena and Lars Jonsson of the KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
WMCL students presented their first paper at MOCAST 2019
Date: 12-Feb-2019 Student: Ioannis Ioannou Supervisors: Georgia Athanasiadou – Dimitra Zarbouti
WMCL participates in the H2020 MERLON Innovation Action that started on January 2019, it has duration 36 months and involves 13 partners. Integrated Modular Energy Systems and Local Flexibility Trading for Neural Energy Islands – MERLON is funded by European Commission under the program H2020-EU.3.3.4. – A single, smart European electricity grid. MERLON introduces an
WMCL participates in the H2020 BIMERR Research and Innovation Action, with 16 partners and duration 45 months. “BIM-based holistic tools for Energy-driven Renovation of existing Residences – BIMERR” is funded by European Commission under the program H2020-EU.22.214.171.124. – Technologies enabling energy-efficient systems and energy-efficient buildings with a low environmental impact. The key objective of BIMERR
The consortium includes more than 170 organizations; 110 universities, 41 SMEs and 20 big companies from 30 European countries. The UoP is one of the two Greek universities that supported the Teraflag Flagship initiative. According to TERAFLAG … ‘The Terahertz flagship will bring together focused European research and industry communities on THz science and technology
Sabina Banoushi presented her MSc thesis “Channel characteristics for UAV-to-ground communication ” (in greek) under the supervision of Assist. Prof. Georgia Athanasiadou.