Capacity building in Smart and Innovative eNERGY management

Institute Mihajlo Pupin

 

The Institute Mihajlo Pupin (IMP) is a leading Serbian R&D institution in information and communication technologies, the largest and oldest in the whole South-Eastern Europe. The institute was founded in 1946 and has over 500 employees, 320 of them being researchers. At Pupin Institute, the projects of critical national importance have been conducted, combining systems engineering and information technology to develop innovative solutions in the area of environmental management, water resource management, traffic management, power systems management, innovation management, policy advisory, etc. For projects on a large scale, the “Mihajlo Pupin” Institute assembles a team with the best mixture of expertise appropriate to that specific engagement. ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and 18001
Quality Assurance Certificates that Pupin holds guaranties that it meets the value and quality expectations of its customers. Leading world companies such as Raytheon, BASF, NCR and Philips had benefited from Pupin’s solutions and services. The Mihajlo Pupin Institute is the most successful Serbian institution when it comes to internationally funded research, being involved in 84 international research projects since 2004. For a complete list of European R&D projects, please check the link.

 

Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH

The AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH is an Austrian research institute with a European format and focuses on the key infrastructure issues of the future. The company with more than 1100 employees takes a leading position in the Austrian innovation system and a corresponding key role in Europe.

In the field of Smart grid technologies AIT’s main expertise is in low and high voltage technology, power quality, safety and reliability analysis as well as automation/ICT related aspects. Furthermore, AIT provides an excellent national and international network. It is represented in several technology platforms, namely the National Technology Platform Smart Grids Austria (NTP), the European Technology Platform for Electricity Networks of the Future as well as in DERlab e.V. It is also involved in the European Electricity Grid Initiative (EEGI), the EERA Joint Programmes on Smart Grids and PV, European Centre for Power Electronics (ECPE) and several Implementing Agreements of the International Energy Agency (ISGAN, IEA-PVPS).
AIT brings in expertise from the Energy Department which has deep knowledge about the operation of electricity grids as well as the integration of distributed, renewable energy resources. The AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH is an Austrian research institute with a European format and focuses on the key infrastructure issues of the future. The company with more than 1100 employees takes a leading position in the Austrian innovation system and a corresponding key role in Europe.

 

National University of Ireland, Galway The Informatics Research Unit for Sustainable Engineering (IRUSE) at National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway) is the research group providing a unique expertise in the multidisciplinary area of energy efficiency in buildings, focusing on different aspects of energy simulation, building information modelling (BIM) and novel measurement frameworks (www.iruse.ie).
Through the expertise in numerical simulation (whole building simulation, computational fluid dynamics, reduced order modelling), access to the demonstration buildings (two industrial scale demonstrators: Engineering Building and Life Science Institute at NUI Galway), live weather monitoring (IRUSE weather station) and access to high-end structural and environmental laboratories (Engineering Building at NUI Galway), IRUSE can provide the complete real-time, experimental and numerical data sets describing structural and environmental performance of buildings and building components.

 

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