Technical University of Denmark
For almost two centuries DTU, Technical University of Denmark, has been dedicated to fulfilling the vision of H.C. Ørsted who founded the university in 1829 to develop and create value using the natural sciences and the technical sciences to benefit society.
Today, DTU is ranked as one of the foremost technical universities in Europe, continues to set new records in the number of publications, and persistently increase and develop our partnerships with industry, and assignments accomplished by DTU's public sector consultancy. DTU has international educational exchange programmes with over 200 universities around the globe, and enjoys close research collaborations with its partners in Nordic Five Tech, the Euro Tech Universities - Excellence in Science and Technology, as well as with Rensselaer in the U.S., Nanyang in Singapore, and KAIST in South Korea.
In August 2012 Center for Electric Power and Energy, CEE, was formed within the Department of Electrical Engineering by a merge of the Intelligent Energy Systems Group from Risø DTU and the Center for Electric Technology DTU. CEE has a staff of 80 people and it is involved in all aspects of Smart Grids research from electric vehicles and storage devices over integration into distributions grids to large ICT infrastructures to enable operation of interconnected power systems with smart grids technology. It has very well developed lab facilities, which include SYSLAB, located in the Risø Campus, and the Intelligent Control Lab, located in the Lyngby Campus.
DTU's Role in ELECTRA IRP: DTU is involved in several parts of ELECTRA. It is the main contributor and leader of WP8 'Future Control Room Functionality'. DTU is also vice-lead of WP7 and a potential candidate for lab testing the developed solutions. Further DTU is vice-lead of WP10 and involved in the development of the observability and flexibility controls in WP5 and WP6 and in the specification of the functional architecture of systems (WP4). Moreover DTU is also present in WP2 and WP9.
Key Personnel Involved: Bindner H., Marinelli M., Gehrke O., Heussen K.