Cee Summer school

One-week international SYSLAB Summer School at DTU Risø Campus

Tuesday 22 Aug 17


Per Bromand Nørgård
Senior Development Engineer
DTU Electrical Engineering
+4546 77 50 68


DTUs experimental research facility with real and distributed components for testing of distributed, smart energy systems in real. SYSLAB is part of PowerLabDK and hosted by DTU Center for Electric Power and Energy (CEE).


Stimulating scientific excellence through twinning in the quest for sustainable energy TwinPV is a 3-year (2016 – 2018) project with focus on testing and integration of photovoltaic, under the EU Horizon 2020 Twinning framework, with University of Cyprus as the coordinator, and Austrian Institute of Technology and DTU as partners.

As part of the Horizon 2020 TwinPV project, this week DTU is hosting and organising a one-week PhD summer school with 10 participants from the project partners, The University of Cyprus (UCY), The Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) and DTU.

By Per Nørgård, Center for Electric Power and Energy (CEE), DTU Elektro

The focus of the summer school is to demonstrate how well-designed experiments can supplement simulations within design of smart energy systems. It is a practical course where the students will learn through hands-on exercises. Relevant theory will be presented through short lectures, but the student can look forward to a course revolving around experiments in a laboratory.

Experiments are carried out at SYSLAB – DTUs experimental research facility for distributed, smart energy systems, including distributed control. The students work on a predefined challenge involving the coordinated control of real photovoltaic panels and controllable loads – e.g. heating / cooling; charging of vehicle; battery. Through this challenge the students will experience some of the practical problems that arise when moving from simulation to real hardware.


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