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Energy Environment Research Department

Research fields:

Electrical Engineering;
Renewable energy;
Electrical Systems;
Energy;
Automation and Informatics.Electrical Engineering;

Laboratories and equipment:
Laboratory Energy Environment Research Department.
Equipment:
  • Development and prototyping systems for photovoltaic modules;
  • Thermal solar module assembly and testing system;
  • Verification system for wind power generator;
  • Testing and characterization system for PV cells.

Scientific activities:
  • International Symposium on Electrical Engineering-ISEE, 9 editions, last edition: 30 July -1 August 2014;
  • Since 2000, DCEM is the main organizer of the annual editions of the National Conference on New and Renewable Sources of Energy – CNSNRE
Research projects:
  • Research on realization of housing incorporating elements of artificial intelligence, AMTRANS;
  • "CoFoTerm: Photovoltaic's sources and solar collector's complementarity in the architecture of buildings for utility providing electricity and air conditioning", CEEX;
  • "HIBRIDVOLT: Hybrid system for energy autonomy based photovoltaic module / fuel cell", CEEX;
  • "PROSERV: Prospective study on strategic guidelines and the main directions of research - development and innovation (RDI) in the short and medium term on green energy domain";
  • "ICOP-DEMO-4080 - Building integration of Solar Technologies", INCO – COPERNICUS;
  • "SOLTRAIN- Photovoltaic Training Courses in EU Candidate Countries", ALTENER;
  • "RO-SWEET, Solar And Wind Technology Excellence, Knowledge Exchange And Twinning Actions Romanian Center", EU RTD FP6.
Scientific results:

Papers in journals with impact factor: 56;
Papers in journals indexed in ISI conference: 142;
Paper indexed in BDI: 281;
Books: 54

Partnerships:

Nova University of Lisbon (Portugal);
University of Patras (Greece);
University of Freiburg (Germany);
Technical University of Warsaw (Poland);
University of Kassel (Germany);
Technical University of Athens (Greece);
University of Ljubljana (Slovenia);
Fraunhofer ISE in Freiburg (Germany);
ISET Kassel (Germany);
JRC Ispra (Italy);
IMEC Leuven (Belgium);
COSTIG (France);
WIP Munich (Germany);
IT Power (Germany);
Synthesis & Research Athens (Greece);
National Institute for Research and Development in
Electrical Engineering ICPE-CA Bucharest;
National Institute for Research and Development in
Informatics ICI Bucharest;
National Institute for Research and Development in
Microtechnologies IMT Bucharest;
National Institute of Research and Development for
Precision Mechanics INCDMF Bucharest;
National Institute of Research and Development for
Energy ICEMENERG Bucharest;
Institute for Studies and Power Engineering ISPE
Bucharest;
Research Institute of Electrical Engineering ICPE SA
BucharesNational Institute for Research and Development in
Informatics ICI Bucharest;
National Institute for Research and Development in
Microtechnologies IMT Bucharest;
National Institute of Research and Development for
Precision Mechanics INCDMF Bucharest;
National Institute of Research and Development for
Energy ICEMENERG Bucharest;
Institute for Studies and Power Engineering ISPE
Bucharest;
Research Institute of Electrical Engineering ICPE SA
BucharesResearch Department