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Four GET projects start on distributed generation control, energy transition and artificial photosynthesis

The Got Talent Energy, GET, http://gotenergytalent.uah.es/ European program to incorporate experienced researchers who are working abroad in projects of energy issues in which universities, research centers and companies as Repsol, Cepsa, Iberdrola, Atos, Optiva Media, Orion High Technologies, Soticol Robotics Systems, Asti or Nielsen participate has assigned the projects of its first call and published the research lines for the second.

The IMDEA Energy Institute is involved in 4 projects of the first call of the GET program on the following topics:

  • Distributed generation control, project ‘Development of VSG dynamic control techniques for massive integration of distributed generation systems’ for which a researcher from the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, CONICET, of Argentina will join the Electrical Systems Unit.
  • Energy transition, project ‘Clean energy and low-carbon transitions in the XXI century: economic and policy analysis’ for which a researcher from the Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, KIT, of Germany will join the Systems Analysis Unit.
  • Artificial photosynthesis, projects ‘ArtifUEL: Artificial Photosynthesis for the production of solar fuels and chemicals’ and ‘“Nanostructured Semiconductor-Metal Complex based Hybrid Photocatalyst for Solar Water Splitting and CO2 Reduction’ for which researchers from the Heriot-Watt University of Edinburgh, UK and the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, CSIR, of India, respectively will join the Photoactivated Processes Unit.

One project has started on 1st April and the rest will follow shortly with the incorporation of researchers. These projects, apart from technological advancement, encourage cooperation with other leading entities in their respective fields of research.

Contact: Félix Marín, Responsible for Development and Technology Transfer. felix.marin@imdea.org

 

Event Date: 
Wednesday, April 10, 2019