The summer school will cover contemporary topics in smart energy systems, such as smart power grid, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and communication technologies, as well as network security for smart energy systems, and explore emerging approaches towards energy intelligence such as machine learning and blockchain. Students will participate in a series of lectures from speakers from academia and industry, as well as work on a project assignment.
Master's and early PhD students are encouraged to apply for thesummerschool. Candidates with a Master's degree that are currently working and have great interest in the summer school are also welcome to apply; their academic profile and letters of support and motivation will be carefully considered for assessing their applications.
The summer school will be hosted at Simula Research Laboratory, Norway.
Accepted applicants will be offered travel grants designed to cover major costs associated with travel to/from Oslo; accommodation for enrolled students will be arranged and provided free of charge. The summer school is funded by the INTPART project calledLUCS(Learning to Understand and Control nation-wide Smart grids of energy prosumers), a collaboration between Simula Metropolitan Center for Digital Engineering, the University of Oslo and Technical University of Berlin.