This year, for the first time our presence at PCIM Europe 2019, was noticeable with our stand from 6th to 9th May. At the conference, and as power electronics is at the heart of our innovations, SuperGrid Institute was invited to present during the « Smart Transformers » special session.
SuperGrid Institute was pleased to host the LISORE consortium plenary meeting this Wednesday. This 15-month project that began in January 2019 aims to explore the feasibility and develop a technological roadmap from which innovative low-cost substations can be developed, thereby enabling the integration of marine energies by 2025. By participating and organising this day, SuperGrid Institute has increased its visibility and positioned itself as an expert partner in the domain of innovative electrical systems. The visit of our test platforms enabled us to demonstrate to the project participants how we are supporting the development of the sector through our expertise and state of the art facilities.
Raphaël CHASSAGNOUX received the best student presentation prize for his « Prebreakdown and Breakdown in Liquid Nitrogen under Pulsed Heating for Superconducting Applications » at IEEE ICDL 2019.
The national congress of dielectric spectroscopy (SDM2) took place at LyonTech on the 6th and 7th of June at the La Doua academic campus. A number of our materials experts attended to present some of the innovative studies that are under way at SuperGrid Institute.
Every year, the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region organises the Mobility Challenge, an event that promotes using alternative modes of transport to get to work, other than by private car. As energy transition is at the heart of SuperGrid Institute’s actions and our employees’ beliefs, this Tuesday the 4th of June we decided to take up the challenge! Here’s a quick recap of this fun & environmentally friendly event that we took part in as a company.