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smart grid PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 13 smart grid PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Building the next Generation of Smart Grid Infrastructures

Building the future of Smart Grid infrastructures involves leveraging advanced technologies and integrating renewable energy sources, enhancing grid resilience, improving efficiency, and implementing intelligent monitoring and control systems. Read more

An Information Theoretic Approach to the Smart Grid

The way the smart grid is envisioned in the near future is as a constantly changing system where intermittent renewable sources and non stationary loads impose a turbulent system. Read more

Optical fiber sensors for overhead conductor line sag monitoring in smart grid

Electrical energy can be transferred from power plants to consumers via overhead power lines. With the advancement in sensors and communication technologies, traditional power systems have undergone a transformation towards smart grid systems. Read more

Data-Driven robust and optimal smart grid control

Reference number. SCEBE/21S/016/IK. Aim and Scope. Smart grids refer to electricity networks that enable a two-way flow of electricity and data with digital communication links to help detect, react and pro-act to changes in demand and other issues. Read more

Advanced control of inverter-based resources to realize stable smart grids

Summary. The smart grid concept is paving the way towards efficient, reliable, and sustainable power systems. Inverter-based resources are among the most crucial components of the smart grid, interfacing renewable energy sources, storage devices, and electronic loads. Read more

Predictive and optimization-based control of smart grids: theory and algorithms

Model predictive control (MPC) has long been identified as a leading candidate technique for control in future power networks and smart grids, because of its ability to handle constraints and optimize the performance or economy of the system. Read more

Digitalisation of Energy Systems

We are recruiting highly self-motivated PhD candidates in the fields of digitalisation of energy systems, energy systems modelling and optimisation, and renewable energy integration. Read more

Development of a Real-Time Pricing Mechanism for the Integration of Active and Reactive Power Transactions in Deregulated Power Systems to Enhance Ancillary Services

The modern power system is undergoing a transformation towards a smart and competitive grid, where various stakeholders, including generating companies, power retailers, and strategically responsive consumers, actively participate in its daily operations. Read more

Novel Machine Learning for Forecasting PV output

The rapid proliferation of wind and solar installations, coupled with the growing impact of climate change on the volatile UK weather, creates formidable operable challenges for the UK electricity Grid. Read more

Digital twin railway network

Research at Sheffield has been developing models of the railway network from a range of perspectives including smart-grid energy consumption, passenger satisfaction, and integration of rail with wider city and regional transport networks. Read more
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