The principal goal of the InnoCyPES Innovative Training Network (ITN) is to provide world-leading and transferable scientific training to a new generation of 15 high-achieving early stage researchers (ESRs). In the course of their training, they will study, investigate and improve various facets of digitalized and interconnected energy systems. Supervised by a consortium of prominent and experienced academic institutions, research institutes and industrial partners, they will collaboratively develop a cutting-edge system management platform that covers 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.
Typhoon’s role as a project partner
Typhoon HIL’s main contribution is by collaborating with the Technical University of Denmark to host one of the 15 Early Stage Researchers in the InnoCyPES Innovative Training Network.
The work from this ESR will develop a software module for a real-time digital simulator of the cyber-physical energy system (CPES) that integrates data acquisition and commercially available communication protocols. This will enable cyber-physical Digital Twin testing of the full power grid using both HIL test equipment and cloud-based signals.
Field of science
Machine learning, data mining, statistical data processing and applications, Scientific computing and data processing, Electrical and electronic engineering: semiconductors, components, systems, Energy systems, smart energy, smart grids, wireless energy transfer, Networks (communication networks, sensor networks, networks of robots, etc.), Digitalization, Interconnected Energy Systems, Policy.