Two public-private research projects were recently awarded to Prof.dr.ir Jacquelien Scherpen of the Engineering and Technology Institute Groningen. In total three public-private research projects of researchers of the Faculty of Science and Engineering (formerly known as the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences) and the Faculty of Behavioural & Social Sciences, have been awarded EUR 1.25 million by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research programme Energy system integration - planning, operations and social embedding (NWO-ESI). In total, EUR 3.5 million was allocated to seven projects. Most of the money comes from the NWO itself and the rest is donated by industry.
The awarded projects by researchers at FSE are:
Acceptable and sustainable integration of energy systems
of Prof. Linda Steg, Faculty of Behavioural & Social Sciences, and Prof.
Optimum control of integrated energy systems
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of the Johann Bernoulli Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science (JBI), in association with Prof.
Study and development of an energy management system and user interface that can match supply and demand of various energy carriers using user preferences while contributing to user acceptability and proper adoption of the system.
of Dr. Kees Keizer and Prof. Linda Steg of the Faculty of Behavioural & Social Sciences; Prof.
of the Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science ( JBI).
The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) has appointed Professor Maria Loi and Professor Dirk Slotboom from the Faculty of Science and Engineering as members of the Academy.
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded three Vici grants, worth €1.5 million each, to three UG researchers. Prof. J.W Romeijn, Prof. S. Hoekstra, Prof. K.I. Caputi can use this money to develop an innovative line of research and to set up...
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