This blog post serves to summarise courses and other teaching activities with focus on Smart Grids and Energy Informatics. These courses are offered by the Smart Grids Group (University of Klagenfurt) and contribute to the Bachelor’s programme Informationstechnik as well as the Master’s programme on Information and Communications Engineering (ICE).
As the research field of Smart Grids is an interdisciplinary one, we also warmly welcome students from other domains such as computer science or mathematics!
|Bachelor||700.286||Seminar||Seminar zu Smart Grids|
|Master||700.267||Seminar||Research Seminar on Smart Grids|
|Master||700.284||Course||Smart Microgrid Lab|
|Any||700.288||Internship||Research Project in Smart Grids|
Projects and Theses
Beside weekly courses, the Smart Grids research group invites students to conduct their Bachelor/Master thesis. Furthermore, it’s possible to join our research group for a while by means of a Research Project in Smart Grids. Though open topics are announced to students via newsletter, the actual content and goals of a thesis are discussed individually and can be set in a way to meet the special interests of students. A selection of recently-accepted thesis topics:
- Design and Verification of a low-cost Energy Monitor
- Design of an Artificial Energy Consumption Tool
- Analysing Smart Meter Data for Detection of Usage Patterns and Abnormal Behavior
- Novel Deep Learning Techniques for Load Disaggregation
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