engineers working at power grid at sunset

Seed project: Towards a data-driven approach to ground-fault location

The main objective for this seed project within Linnaeus University Centre for Data Intensive Sciences and Applications (DISA) is to develop a new method that combines Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Twin (DT) technologies to locate or calculate the distance to a fault position in a power grid.

Project information

Towards a data-driven approach to ground-fault location
Mauro Caporuscio, Pieternella Cijvat, Hans Ottosson
Project period
Jan–June 2020
Core research areas
Computer science. electrical engineering
Ground-fault location proposal 1912.pdf
Ground-Fault Location report 2009.pdf

What is a seed project?

A seed project is a minor project funded by a knowledge environment or a research group at the university. The aim is to launch and promote excellent research. Depending on the financier, a seed project may be to idenfify new or deepen existing collaborations, preferably cross-disciplinary ones, to explore possible research issues in a feasibility study, to collect empirical material, or to write an application for external funding.

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