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LISEP - Power Systems Engineering Laboratory of the University of Bologna

The Power Systems Engineering Laboratory - LISEP - is part of the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering (DEI) of the University of Bologna. The laboratory carries out research in the areas of production, transmission, distribution and utilization of electricity with particular reference to smart grids.

Starting from 1994, the laboratory is headed by professor Carlo Alberto Nucci.

The scientific activity is carried out in the framework of the programmed activities of the Italian University power system group and within the framework of several national and international research collaborations, such as those with CESI, EDFENEL, HERARSE, with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Lausanne) (DESL and EMC lab), Federal University of Itajubá and with the  University of Florida.

The scientific activity is also connected with that of Cigré working groups of SC 4 System Technical Performance and IEEE PES, as well as with that of the IEEE PES Italian chapter.

Besides the presentation to national and international conferences and the publication in scientific journals, the diffusion of the results obtained by the research activity is helped by the participation of LISEP to the EES-UETP (Electric Energy Systems - University Enterprise Training Partnership), which is an Association of Universities and Enterprises for the training in the field of Electric Energy Systems.

The research activity is funded both by University and MIUR grants and research contracts with national and foreigner research centers and with private companies.


 

 International Colloquium on
 Lightning and Power Systems

 Bologna - June 27-29, 2016

 

 

INCITE - Innovative controls for renewable source integration
into smart energy systems

Marie Skłodowska-Curie European Training Network

 

 

 IRES-8 - Instigation of Research and Innovation Partnership on Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Energy Solutions for Cities - Programme: EuropeAid- EU-CHINA Research and Innovation Partnership

 

 

  LIOV-EMTP MODULE

 

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