Objective: Successful and efficient project execution according to work plan, maintenance of relations between partners and ESRs, communication management, finance and reporting.
Objective: Create a European Doctoral/Graduate School for EMC, incl. PQ, with a focus on conducted emissions. Develop structural doctoral programme for future generation of researchers/engineers active in Europe; Change the mind-set of researchers and engineers from power frequency-design to holistic power quality.
Objective: Disseminate the results of ETOPIA to the academic, teaching, industrial and public communities in Europe. Create and tarck the Data Management Plan. Establish a solid exploitation plan for future market introduction of power quality and EMC design. Embed the ETOPIA doctoral programme in the institutional/regular Graduate schools.
Objective: These are dissemination and communication initiatives directed at the general public with the primary goal to create awareness of the importance of research to society and to raise awareness of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, based on the principle ‘’public engagement’’ of the 'European Charter for Researchers'.
Objective: Develop new models and simulate large power energy systems. Develop procedure to predict from measured conducted values the transient behaviour. Introducing methods of risk analysis.
Objective: To deliver tools and methodologies for parallel and multidomain design, for functional performance as well as for interference, in order to optimize devices, platforms and systems.
Objective: To deliver tools and methodologies for fast prediction of risks of interference in large complex systems and networks.
Etopia aims for an industrial and scientific cooperation with our partners:
August 2020 (tentative)
This online event was organized by The Leibniz Universität Hannover in Germany despite of the current situation and travel restrictions. Read more...
Congratulations to Etopia ESRs for their accepted papers. Read more...
Some Etopia members attended EMC Europe.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie-Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 812753.