Cyber-physical energy systems training for early-stage researchers
The transition towards a fully digitalised energy system requires significant improvements in the design of cyber and physical systems, end-to-end data processing tools, and enabling changes in policy, incentive and regulatory mechanisms. Furthermore, their absence creates a barrier to translating rapidly accumulating data into actionable knowledge. The EU-funded InnoCyPES project will address this challenge by providing world-class scientific and transferable skills training to a new generation of 15 high-achieving early-stage researchers (ESRs). Supervised by experienced academic institutions, research institutes and industrial partners, the ESRs will work together to develop a cutting-edge system management platform for the entire lifecycle of data for energy system planning, operation and maintenance, based on an understanding of the energy system as a cyber-physical system.
Fields of science
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Funding SchemeMSCA-ITN-ETN - European Training Networks
21000 Novi Sad