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Twinning for a Sustainable, Proactive Research partnership in distributed Energy systems planning, Modelling and managEment

Deliverables

Collaboration and Valorisation strategy

strategy of strengthening ties between IMP-PAN and industry and socjety, and of return and investment.

One paper for each of the elaborated training/educational programmes outlined in D 1.1 and D 1.3 prepared jointly between IMP-PAN and AAU staff

Each paper will include details on merits of the training programme and the project proposals and on the outcomes.

Internal training materials

a manual to give series of internal seminars to researchers within IMP-PAN

External training materials

a manual to communicate gained knowledge to external stakeholders not directly connected with IMP-PAN

Detailed 3-year training/educational programme in micro-scale energy systems analyses

design and implementation of individual research programmes for IMP-PAN researchers

Detailed 3-year training/educational programme in macro-scale energy systems analyses

the design and implementation of individual research programmes for IMP-PAN researchers

Yearly activity reports on WP2

there will be three reports of the same scheme as the ones submitted to the EC

Final report on dissemination and exploitation results

will be included in the final project report

Yearly activity reports on WP1

there will be three reports of the same scheme as the ones submitted to the EC

Dissemination and exploitation plan

the plan will include the effective and sustainable dissemination of knowledge, during but also beyond the end of the project, coordination of knowledge management and other innovation-related activities, promoting and supporting the exploitation of the project results, providing adequate and effective protection of knowledge transferred in the project, having due regard to the legitimate interests of the partners concerned, and reporting about these activities

Use model building as shared facility (test case for external partners)

The case study will try to further develop multidiscipline work settings within IMP-PAN and the focus on relevance for society.

Report detailing project proposals jointly submitted

The report will include summary of the submitted proposals

Project website and communication pack

A first communication pack will be developed in the early stage of the project, focusing on the dissemination of the aims, objectives and expected outcomes, whereas a second pack will be developed at the end of the project, aimed at acting as a marketing tool for the project’s exploitable foreground.

Provision of web-based interface/monitoring/communication tool (e-platform)

All the internal documents will be shared and exchanged via a common e-platform with structured information concerning the whole work carried out in the different WPs, the deliverables, the progress reports, the organisation of the meetings, and forum of discussion on different issues of the project. The e-platform will also help to monitor achievement of the proposed milestones, to evaluate data and technical deliverables and finally to disseminate knowledge

Set of templates for reporting deliverables milestones costs follow up

common templates adapted to the SUPREME project for official progress reporting towards EC

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Publications

Unravelling the role of electron–hole pair spin in exciton dissociation in squaraine-based organic solar cells by magneto-photocurrent measurements

Author(s): M. Klein, S. Majumdar, P. Zassowski, W. Stampor
Published in: Journal of Materials Chemistry C, Issue 6/3, 2018, Page(s) 482-490, ISSN 2050-7534
DOI: 10.1039/c7tc05033j

Efficiency and battery impact of the commercial fast charging stations

Author(s): Maciej Swierczynski, Artur Andrearczyk, Sebastian Bykuc
Published in: 2nd Renewable Energy Sources - Research and Business RESRB 2017 conference, Issue June 19-21, 2017, 2017, Page(s) 54-55

Bridging the gap between renewable energy technology research and market introduction.The role of research institutes and user-centred cooperation and partnership

Author(s): Frans Coenen, Yoram Krozer, Sebastian Bykuć, Patryk Chaja, Ewa Domke
Published in: Proceedings of the 2ndRenewable Energy Sources -Research andBusiness RESRB 2017 conferenc, Issue June 19 - 21, 2017, 2017, Page(s) 40

Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Rotor Dynamics – IFToMM - Vol. 1

Author(s): Grzegorz Żywica, Jan Kiciński, Małgorzata Bogulicz
Published in: Analysis of the Rotor Supported by Gas Foil Bearings Considering the Assembly Preload and Hardening Effect, 2019
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-99262-4

Assessment of primary energy savings through implementation of solar and heat pump hybrid in Warsaw district heating system

Author(s): Marcin Bugaj, Patryk Chaja
Published in: 2017

Modelling participation in the Polish Day-Ahead Market (DAM) using a district heating company as a case

Author(s): Patryk Chaja
Published in: 2017

Heat storage – influence of its capacity on identifying an optimal mix of heating technologies using a research centre building as a case

Author(s): Marta Kierek
Published in: 2017

Comparison in an energy and economic aspects of a real district heating enterprise with a simulation model based on functioning heat and power plant

Author(s): Maciej Widziński
Published in: 2018

Scenarios for office building cooling using absorption chillers

Author(s): Sebastian Bykuć, Marta Kierek, Anders N. Andersen, Poul Alberg Østergaard, Patryk Chaja
Published in: 2017

Centrum Badawcze PAN KEZO nowa szansa badań w dziedzinie konwersji energii ze źródeł odnawialnych

Author(s): Jan Kiciński, Patryk Chaja
Published in: 2018

THE USE OF THE T-HISTORY METHOD TO ESTIMATE THERMAL CAPACITY AND LATENT HEAT FOR RT15 AND RT18 MATERIALS

Author(s): Paulina Kapica, Jarosław Karwacki, Sebastian Bykuć
Published in: 2018

Transcritical heat pump combined with an adsorption chiller and PV

Author(s): Marcin Bugaj
Published in: 2018

New approach to Building Management Systems for science purposes

Author(s): Patryk Chaja, Marta Kierek
Published in: 2018

The role of Central/Eastern European geographical and political conditions in building 100% renewable energy systems

Author(s): Marta Kierek
Published in: 2018

AN algorithm for calculation of the Organic Rankine Cycle with minichannel heat exchangers with low Reynolds number flows

Author(s): Witold Rybiński, Sebastian Bykuć
Published in: 2018

Modelling of mCHP unit as a smart generation system for the electric grid integration

Author(s): Michał Gliński
Published in: 2018

IMP PAN i Centrum Badawcze PAN – KEZO w pracach nad źródłami OZE i elektromobilnością

Author(s): Sebastian Bykuć
Published in: 2017

Methodology for heat requirements estimation for rural areas in Poland

Author(s): Weronika Radziszewska, Jörg Verstraete, Steffen Nielsen, Poul Alberg Østergaard, Sebastian Bykuć
Published in: 2018

Optimal heat sources for cooling buildings using absorption chiller technology

Author(s): Sebastian Bykuć , Marta Kierek, Anders N. Andersen, Poul Alberg Østergaard, Katarzyna Bogucka-Bykuć
Published in: 2016

Influence of the capacity of heat storage on identifying an optimal mix of heating technologies using a research centre building in Poland as a case

Author(s): Marta Kierek, Sebastian Bykuć, Anders N. Andersen, Poul Alberg Østergaard, Patryk Chaja
Published in: 2016