OFFER DEADLINE31/12/2020 00:00 - Europe/Brussels
EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMEH2020
IS THE HOSTING RELATED TO A PROJECT WITHIN A RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE?Yes
ERIGrid 2.0 invites all interested engineers involved in the domains of power system testing, smart grids and energy systems to receive free funding to access the best laboratories of Europe and perform their own experimental research.
FREE ACCESS TO 21 PHYSICAL LABS:
Physical free access to our laboratories can be performed on-site at the location of the lab or remotely if the infrastructure allows. To get this access you need to apply as described below and to be selected by the independent User Selection Panel.
If your application is successful, you will receive funding for your research stay at the location of the laboratory you selected, completely covering the following expenses:
All lab operation costs and physical lab access to ERIGrid 2.0 testing and simulation facilities
Access to concentrated know-how and best practices in the field of smart grid and energy systems, such as: power system components characterisation and evaluation, smart grid ICT / automation validation, co-simulation, real-time simulation and Power/Controller Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL), and others.
Find all information on ERIGrid 2.0 project here.
1st call: October 2020 – 31 December 2020 - Find more information here
2nd call: February 2021 – April 2021
3rd call: June 2021 – August 2021
Further calls for physical lab access will be closing regularly on a 3-4 months basis.
During Q4/2020 the first virtual facilities will be provided for access.
Detailed descriptions of the labs you can choose from:
- Smart Electricity Systems and Technologies Laboratory (AIT)
- National Smart Grid Laboratory (SINTEF)
- Smart Grid Technologies Lab (TECNALIA)
- SYSLAB and Energy Systems Simulation Lab (DTU)
- Demonstration & Experimentation Unit (OCT)
- Dynamic Power Systems Laboratory (UST)
- Power Networks Demonstration Centre (UST)
- Electricity Meters Laboratory (HEDNO)
- Electric Energy Systems Laboratory (ICCS-NTUA)
- Distributed Energy Resources Test Facility (RSE)
- SESA-Lab (OFFIS)
- Test Center for Smart Grids and Electromobility (IEE)
- Flex Power Grid Laboratory (KEMA Labs)
- Real-Time Lab (RWTH Aachen University)
- Distributed Generation Laboratory (CRES)
- Electrical Sustainable Power Lab (TU Delft)
- Smart Grid Interoperability Lab in Petten, NL (JRC, EC)
- Low Voltage Experimental Microgrid Lab (FOSS-UCY)
- IntelligentEnergy Testbed (VTT)
- Smart Grid Interoperability Lab in Ispra, IT (JRC, European Commission)
- Smart Grid Communication Laboratory (HEDNO)
The responsibility for the hosting offers published on this website, including the hosting description, lies entirely with the publishing institutions. The application is handled uniquely by the employer, who is also fully responsible for the recruitment and selection processes.