Professor Gerd Heilscher from the Technical University of Applied Sciences Ulm (THU) talking about the MOST project and the importance of smart grids.
Silvia Caneva, a project manager and dissemination expert at WIP Renewable Energies, invites you to join the MOST newsletter
The document describes the Virtual Smart Grid lab plan for the MOST project. The Virtual Smart Grid lab will be developed either as simulations of physical systems, remote access of facilities, or tests using historical data from real measurements stored in data bases, that belong to
the participating Universities in Germany, France, Italy, Greece and Cyprus, or their partners.
This document describes the program and structure of each semester of the MOST Master course.
The document describes the concept design of Living Labs for the MOST project. The Living Lab will act as a real-life environment for experimentation for students and stakeholders and will support the educational activities of the MSc program.
MOST project aims to develop an innovative and targeted Master’s program on Smart Grid Technologies to educate the Smart Grid professionals of the future