Contact person:
Reza Malekian
  • The Knowledge Foundation
Responsible at MaU:
Reza Malekian
Project members at MaU:
Time frame:
27 September 2022 - 25 September 2024
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Research subject:

About the project

The project aims to conduct a comprehensive study on the factors influencing the processes in hybrid energy systems, model processes in hybrid systems taking into account real-time data processing, and develop a structural model of the energy life cycle. It is planned to develop a set of measures aimed at meeting energy load demands while preserving the environment and resources. This fully coincides with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

Indeed, the development of intelligent algorithms and computing architecture support and integrate the operation of hybrid energy systems, and increase the level of their efficiency, productivity, and environmental sustainability. It also allows for meeting the growing demands for thermal energy in a sustainable and energy-efficient manner.

The methods of data collection, processing, and analysis proposed in this project create conditions for the formation of an intelligent information processing platform. The developed models and methods based on artificial intelligence will make it possible to create user-friendly and understandable interfaces for managing hybrid energy systems.