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Electrical Engineering

Work description

The topic focus is to deploy and demonstrate a set of interoperable Open-Source tools to integrate Distributed Energy Storage (DES) and Distributed Energy Resources (DER), to enable the hybridization, utilisation, and monetisation of storage flexibility, within a real-life environment. The project outcome will allow various DES, DER and several new generation Energy Management Systems (EMS) to be integrated by different stakeholders, while demonstrating the value added of asset's connection to common data space, reducing uncertainty and hence increasing acceptance by technology takers and final users.

Academic Qualifications

Bachelor in electrical engineering, computer science, energy systems or similar, with Masters (MSc) in the same area preferred, but not mandatory.

Minimum profile required

Knowledge of battery technologies, optimizationKnowledge of energy monitoring systems and control.Ability to analyse and process data from power systems.Knowledge of Python or C++ (or similar).Fluency in English (written and spoken).

Preference factors

Knowledge of relational databases and APIs; Knowledge in the area of energy, energy transition and digitalization; Knowledge of electric energy storage systems; Knowledge of Energy Management Systems (HEMS or BEMS); Knowledge of application development (frontend and/or backend); Knowledge of interoperability; Knowledge of software or application testing procedures. Independent highly motivated; Proactive attitude; Teamwork spirit; Up to date with innovation trends in the energy sector; Interested in energy transition; Ability to solve problems; Ability to work on dynamic projects and tolerance to uncertainty; Communication and alignment skills with multidisciplinary teams.

Application Period

Since 03 Nov 2022 to 03 Dec 2022

Scientific Advisor

Alexandre Lucas