An interdisciplinary research team from the University of Groningen and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden has been awarded by NWO and SWEA the ERA-Net (H2020) Smart Grids Plus project 'Efficient demand and supply matching by incentivizing end-users in buildings (Match-IT)'. The project was granted 1.4 M€, of which approximately 675 K€ will go to three research groups of the University of Groningen: Environmental Psychology (Thijs Bouman and Linda Steg, PI), Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (Ilche Georgievski and Marco Aiello) and the ENgineering and TEchnology institute Groningen (Jacquelien Scherpen). They will collaborate with two Swedish companies, Metry and Ellevio.
Professor of chemistry Sibrand Stratingh, from Groningen, built the first electric vehicle – the precursor to the electric car – around 1830. He also drove a steam-powered carriage through the streets of Groningen. But his innovative scientific...
The prizes are for the advancement of higher scientific education in the fields of science and engineering.
She receives the prize for her Master project ‘Metabolic labelling of Mycobacteria with proteins and photo cleavable antibiotics’.
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