Smart systems for energy

The scope of this field includes:

• Active system for monitoring equipment condition
• Autonomous grid mode
• Diagnostic technologies
• Fault detection devices
• Smart building
• Smart grid
• Distributed generation
• Reliability evaluation technology
• Grid structure simulation

The potential of the Lithuanian science and education institutions in the areas of electricity and electronics, computer science, mechanics, construction, measurement engineering, energy and thermal engineering is relatively high, significant progress has already been achieved. Top-level international scientists have been brought together in science and education institutions, who are engaged in R&D activities in areas most relevant to the Priority. The scope of preparing specialists of these areas has been increasing each year.

75 scientists

5 resesarch facilities

593 scientists

22 resesarch facilities

246 scientists

24 resesarch facilities

96 scientists

11 resesarch facilities

613 scientists

30 resesarch facilities


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