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Strengthening education and research in Applied Informatics for Energy System Integration

The 5-year NORPART project "Applied Informatics for Energy System Integration" (AI-ESI) aims to make a contribution by conducting joint activities between the partner universities in Norway, Egypt, and Palestine. Academic cooperation will target educational programs development, teaching, research and supervision, and mutual virtual and physical student/researcher mobility.

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Facts
Duration

2022-2026

Coordinator

University of Stavanger, Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering

Funding

Norwegian Directorate for Higher Education and Skills through the NORPART scheme

Partners

Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport (Egypt) Palestine Ahliya University (Palestine)

Energy systems of the future

About the project

The AI-ESI project (shortening for 'Applied Informatics for Energy System Integration') seeks to bring together educational and research strengths across the partner universities to provide their students/researchers with a multidisciplinary-, 360-degree- view of sustainable energy systems engineering. The project will cover the major topics essential for energy transition towards more sustainability including renewable energy resources, energy systems integration, and energy technologies. In addition to the core energy knowledge, students will be equipped with an essential toolkit of applied informatics and energy data analytics to manage real-life energy projects and therefore making them ready for a variety of careers in the energy industry. Thus, the project will enable the students to tackle complex energy and climate challenges by developing and implementing technological concepts and solutions, understanding the energy business environment, and analysing available energy-related data through the use of artificial intelligent techniques and machine learning skills in their countries. In addition the project is designed to positively impact and support gender equality in the energy sector workforce in the academia/private sector.

A large part of the planned project activities comprise mobility grants for students (at post-graduate level) and researchers. More information will be made available in the section below later this year.

More information will come.

More information will come.

Partners

Project team

Førsteamanuensis
51832534
Faculty of Science and Technology
Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering
Førsteamanuensis
Faculty of Science and Technology
Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering
Instituttleder
Faculty of Science and Technology
Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering
Rådgiver
51831160
Faculty of Science and Technology
Faculty Administration TN
Kontor for forskningsadministrative tjenester
Kontorsjef
51832188
Faculty of Science and Technology
Faculty Administration TN
Peter Breuhaus
Chief Scientist
NORCE
Rania Rageh
Head of Accredited International Programs
Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport
Yasser Gaber Dessouky
Professor
Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT)
Khaled Shanaa
Head of the Projects Department
Palestine Ahliya University
Labib Arafeh
Dean of engineering and Information tech faculty
Palestine Ahliya University
Ahmed Abdou
Head of engineering department
Palestine Ahliya University
News

Kick-off meeting

The project started on February 16th with a digital meeting (via TEAMS) where all partners met to review the work-plan and discuss the tasks and deliverables.

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Contact persons

Førsteamanuensis
51832534
Faculty of Science and Technology
Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering
Rådgiver
51831160
Faculty of Science and Technology
Faculty Administration TN
Kontor for forskningsadministrative tjenester