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PELMOB meeting and MECO 2024 conference in Budva

The next PELMOB meeting will be held in Budva, Montenegro on 12-14 June 2024. The host of the meeting is Montenegrin Association for New Technologies – MANT.
The main topis of the meeting are:
– PELMOB Special Session at MECO 2024 Conference – Towards a Distributed Continuum Computing Platform for Federated Learning Based Self-Adaptive IoT Applications.
– PELMOB Special Session at MECO 2024 Conference – Presentations of partners published scientific papers at MECO 2024 Conference.
– Visit to AUB EM Laboratory established within PELMOB project.
– Dissemination and Exploitation of the mid-term project results at MECO 2024 Conference.
– Networking/ roundtables with stakeholders at MECO conference & Promotion of the PELMOB Project results and implementation status at Summer School.
– Third Quality Assurance Committee (QAC) Meeting.

MECO’2024

Study Visit at Technical University of Vienna was held on 02-04 April 2024

A three-day study visit and meeting took place between 02.04.2024 and 04.04.2024 at the Technical University of Vienna – TU WIEN – within the framework of the Erasmus+ Capacity Building for Higher Education (https://bgk.uni-obuda.hu/pelmob/). The main purpose of the training is to discuss electro mobility in the EU and derive lessons learned, to share teaching methodology, learning methods, courses, and best practices with participation institutions. In addition, this meeting is used to discuss all relevant administrative issues related to the PELMOB project.

The event was opened by Prof. Dr. Reinhard Haas, head of the Energy Economics Group at the TU WIEN, and Prof. Dr. Nebojsa Arsic, the rector of the University of Pristina in Kosovska Mitrovica, the professional leader of the PELMOB project. They have expressed their great pleasure in close long-term cooperation between their institutions as well as with other project partners in this as well as also some previous successfully compleated international projects.

The series of professional lectures began with Prof. Dr. Amela Ajanovic, which is the professional leader of the project on behalf of the TU WIEN. In her presentation, she presented development and current situation with the electro mobility in the EU. In her presentation, Prof. Ajanovic discussed major challenges and benefits related to the deployment of e-mobility and development of the necessary infrastructure.

For the second day of the training, a visit was organized to the Automotive Technology Development Center of the Bosch Budapest Innovation Campus. The Bosch Budapest Innovation Campus plays a decisive role in the development of electromobility and automated driving solutions. During the visit, a presentation was given on the testing phases of electric drives, after which we were able to gain an insight into the work of a laboratory presenting physical tests.

In addition to this, Prof. Dr. Reinhard Haas, provided compressive presentation on the role of renewable energy in the European and Austrian electricity system, since the use of renewable electricity is essential for the achievement of the full environmental benefits of electric vehicles.

On the second day of the meeting, we have had a presentation from the Paul Gredler, business sector representative, from WIEN ENERGIE. He presented project e-taxi in Vienna. Also, one excursion to the one e-taxi point was organized for all participants. There was also possibility to see charging points at the TU Wien, Gusshaus Campus.

Moreover, the Inter-Project Coaching Meeting was organized, and all project partners have had opportunity to present own experience from different research projects as well as to learn from the experience of the other project partners.
During the Study visit the ithe third meetings of Steering Committee, Project Management Committee and the Quality Assurance Committee was held.

Study Visit at Technical University of Vienna

Study Visit for WB HEI teachers related to the Electro mobility in the EU and Renewable electricity in the EU, will be held from April 2 until April 4, 2024. The organizer of the study visit is Technical University of Vienna. During the Study visit the inter-project coaching meeting, the third meetings of Steering Committee, Project Management Committee and the Quality Assurance Committee will be held.

Study visit at Obuda University was held on 05-07 December 2023

A three-day training and meeting took place between 05.12.2023 and 07.12.2023 at the Bánki Donát Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering. The purpose of the training is primarily to share educational methods and best practices with the instructors of the participating partner institutions.
The series of professional lectures began with Dr. Zsolt Hajnalka, head of the section responsible for international relations of the Hungarian Association of Vehicle Parts Manufacturers. In his presentation, he highlighted the challenges of introducing alternative drives and presented the possibilities of the Zalazone Automotive Test Track. In his presentation, Dr. György Czifra, lecturer at ÓE BGK, detailed the alternative energy sources in the field of electric cars, especially the solution for hydrogen-powered vehicles.
For the second day of the training, a visit was organized to the Automotive Technology Development Center of the Bosch Budapest Innovation Campus. The Bosch Budapest Innovation Campus plays a decisive role in the development of electromobility and automated driving solutions. During the visit, a presentation was given on the testing phases of electric drives, after which we were able to gain an insight into the work of a laboratory presenting physical tests.
On the last day of the PELMOB project meeting in Budapest, Dr. Balázs Mikó, habilitated associate professor at the Department of Manufacturing Technology, ÓE BGK, explained the relationship between Industry 4.0 and electromobility, after which a visit to the laboratories of the Faculty of Economics followed.
During the training, we hosted nearly thirty people at the Bánki Faculty, and they watched the professional materials prepared by our colleagues with great interest. We closed the first year of the PELMOB project with this training, further the focus will be on the development of curricula and subjects by Higher Educational Institutions of the Western Balkan countries.

Study visit at Study Visit at at Lublin University of Technology was held on 12-14 September 2023

The second Study visit for WB HEI teachers related to the electrical mobility was held at Lublin University of Technology, Lublin. The main topics of the study visit were:

– Presentation of teaching methodology, educational system, learning methods, courses, and specific competencies and learning outcomes related to EM at
Politechnika Lubelska (LUT).
– Presentation of electric city busses and trolleybuses used in Lublin municipal transport.

– Presentation of charging and safety infrastructure.

– Good practices in LUT activities in EM popularization.

– Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle – students’ project (R-206).

– Innovative electric vehicle charging system integrated with street lighting infrastructure (R-outside).

– Advanced electric vehicle powertrains (EL-109).

– Visit to LUT laboratories.

During the study visit, the second meetings of Steering Committee and Project Management Committee was held.

Study Visit at Lublin University of Technology

Study Visit for WB HEI teachers related to the EU teaching methodology, educational system, learning methods, courses, and specific competencies and learning outcomes related to EM; Good practices in LUT activities in EM popularization and Visit to LUT laboratories, will be held from September 12 until September 14, 2023. The organizer of the study visit is Lublin University of Technology. During the Study visit the second meetings of Steering Committee and Project Management Committee will be held.

Study visit at Study Visit at National & Kapodistrian University of Athens was held on 04-06 July 2023

The first Study visit for WB HEI teachers related to the Training on innovative teaching methods and open innovation and Visit to Euripus Campus laboratories was held at National & Kapodistrian University of Athens / Evripos Campus, Greece. The main topics of the study visit were:

– Training on innovative teaching methods and open innovation.

– Initial plan preparation about the creation of EM associations.

– Realization of local networking workshops and creation of promotional material (discussion – brainstorming – plan set-up).

– Survey of EM community awareness in WBC.

– Visit to Euripus Campus laboratories.

– Set up of EM laboratories, defining of specific competencies and learning outcomes.

During the study visit, the first Quality Assurance Committee (QAC) meeting was held.

Study Visit at National & Kapodistrian University of Athens

Study Visit for WB HEI teachers related to the Training on innovative teaching methods and open innovation and Visit to Euripus Campus laboratories, will be held from July 4 until July 6, 2023. The organizer of the study visit is National & Kapodistrian University of Athens / Evripos Campus. During the Study visit the first meetings of the Quality Assurance Committee will be held.

Workshop at Technical University of Vienna was held on 08-10 May 2023

Three days’ workshop with the focus on the activities in the WP2 “Introduction with key issues for popularization EM in WBC”. The conducted work in the tasks 2.1 and 2.2 was presented and analysed. Moreover, also planned activities for the task 2.3 are presented and discussed. Representatives from all participation institutions were involved.

In addition, we have had two external presentations on electro mobility activities in Austria focusing on two instructions KEBA and LINZ AG.
On the last day was organized an excursion to the Austrian Institute of Technology, where workshop participates have had possibility to learn about ongoing research activities, as well as to visit corresponding laboratories.

During the Workshop the first meetings of Steering Committee and Project Management Committee will be held.

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