Overview

The laboratory is involved in the digital transformation and modeling of traditional electrical systems integrated with their digital component. The heart of the laboratory’s activities is the realization of Digital Twins of electrical systems using mixed techniques of Hardware in The Loop simulation in order to validate the behavior of electrical architectures integrated with digital systems of supervision, automation and data collection. In particular, the activities of the laboratory are related to the implementation of “4.0 enabling technologies” for  complex electrical systems.

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Research Team

Giambattista Gruosso

Associate Professor – Head of laboratory

giambattista.gruosso@polimi.it

Giancarlo Storti Gajani

Associate Professor

giancarlo.stortigajani@polimi.it

Paolo Maffezzoni

Full Professor

paolo.maffezzoni@polimi.it

Harshavardhan Palahalli Mallikarjun

PhD Candidate

Giada Colella

Laboratory Tutor

Projects

Hardware in The loop Simulation

Digital twins based on RealTime – Hardware in The loop (RT/HIL) simulations of SmartGrids and MicroGrids with the objective to create hardware/software frameworks useful to understand complex electrical phenomena and to perform tests aimed at validating integrations and communication protocols typical of smartgrids.

Electrical Vehicles Characterization

 Digital twins based on data collected (datadriven) of electric vehicles with the aim of characterizing the behavior of the vehicle and its integration with the driver, for the realization of blackbox models based on machine learning for the evaluation of performance and predictions of operation.

Simulation of Architectures for Electrical Vehicles

Digital twins based on RealTime Hardware in The loop (RT/HIL) simulations – for the study of vehicle architectures for automotive, industrial and agricultural applications aimed at studying the iteration between different components and the impact on supervision and integration strategies with automotive data exchange networks (V2G,V2I,X2V).

 

Simulation of Architectures for Biomedical devices and applications

Digital twins based on RealTime Hardware in The loop (RT/HIL) simulations -for biomedical applications

 

Publications

The full list of pubblication of the group

Thesis

Proposal for Thesis

Events

List of the events

Passion in action

november 2020 – january 2021

Leonardo – Polimi

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Smart Electrical System Lab 4.0

simlab4.0@deib.polimi.it

Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria (DEIB):
+39 02 2399 3400
Via Ponzio 34/5, 20133 Milano, Italia

Smart Electrical System Lab 4.0

simlab40@polimi.it

Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria (DEIB):

+39 02 2399 3696

Via Ponzio 34/5, 20133 Milano, Italia

simlab 4.0 – Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria (DEIB)
Politecnico di Milano, Via Ponzio 34/5, 20133 Milano, Italia