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Representative Environment for Complex Power and Energy Systems Validation through Geographically Distributed Research Infrastructures

A three-year funded PhD in Representative Environment for Complex Power and Energy Systems Validation through Geographically Distributed Research Infrastructures is offered as part of an international collaboration between Strathclyde, TU Delft, RWTH Aachen University and Nanyang Technological University. Read more

Cloud Solutions for Complex Power and Energy Systems Validation through Geographically Distributed Research Infrastructures

A three-year funded PhD in Cloud Solutions for Complex Power and Energy Systems Validation through Geographically Distributed Research Infrastructures is offered as part of an international collaboration between Strathclyde, TU Delft, RWTH Aachen University and Nanyang Technological University. Read more

Distributed energy resources optimisation

An urban or domestic district energy system typically consists of micro wind turbines (WT), PV panels, heat pumps (HP) and vehicle to grid (V2G) system for the residents. Read more

AI system for Vehicle to Grid power management

Artificial intelligence and machine learning approaches have been utilised for managing power systems, however, the introduction of the electric vehicle made power management more difficult due to the charging and utilisation of individual vehicles. Read more

Digital twins of power converters connected to Network Rail’s AC traction power supply

This PhD project will be undertaken in association with Network Rail. The number of power converters connected to the rail traction power network is expected to increase significantly over the next few years to integrated renewable power sources, storage devices, and electric vehicle charging stations. Read more

Smart Local Energy Systems to Unlock Net Zero (RENU22-R/EE/MPEE/JIANG)

The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Renewable Energy Northeast Universities (ReNU)is a collaborative doctoral training programme run by the Universities of Northumbria, Newcastle and Durham. Read more

Fast computation for power system dynamic security assessment

Dynamic Security Assessment (DSA) focuses on the stability of the power system over various timescales, from milliseconds up to a few minutes, usually requiring computationally intensive time domain simulations. Read more

Delivering Sustainable Energy Solutions to Ports

Ports are major sources of greenhouse gas emissions as they commonly move up to 10,000 containers a day from ship to road or rail transport and correspondingly in the reverse direction from land transport onto ships. Read more

Holistic Condition Monitoring Methodology for Power System Assets using Machine Learning

Applications will remain open until a suitable candidate has been identified. Early applications are encouraged. Fulfilling the complex and numerous requirements of modern power systems is becoming increasingly more challenging, one of the primary contributors being the ageing infrastructure. Read more

Instant Generation of Systematic Flexibility Exchange Strategies for Grid Constraint Management

With the UK's new climate ambition to reach Net Zero emissions by 2050, a significant number of electricity-based loads, including electric vehicles (EVs) and electrical heat pumps, will be integrated in power networks in the near future. Read more

Safe and Secure IoT-enabled Smart Systems

In recent years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has received a lot of attention from industry and academia. It is envisaged that by 2025, over 80 billion devices around the globe will be connected to the Internet. Read more

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