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The report was accepted by TEMPUS office and the project has been successfully finished. (July, 2008)

The complete report of the Project was submitted to TEMUS office in Brussels on 31 March, 2008.

 The official end of the Project is 31 January, 2008.



  • The Consortium is represented by following participants:

    Grant applicant:
    Prof. ir. L. van der Sluis,
    Delft University of Technology
    , The Netherlands

    Prof. L. van der Sluis joined the KEMA High Power Laboratory in 1977 as a test engineer and was involved in the development of a data acquisition system for the High Power Laboratory, computer calculations of test circuits and the analysis of test data by digital computer. In 1990 he became a part-time professor and since 1992 he has been employed as a full-time professor at the Delft University of Technology in the Power Systems Department. He is the author of well known book "Transients in Power Systems" also translated on Chinese and author or co-author of more than 60 scientific papers published in varios international journals and transactions. Prof. van der Sluis is a senior member of the IEEE and past chairman of CC-03 of Cigre and Cired. Presently he is vice-dean at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science at Delft and Head of the Electrical Power Systems Department.

    Prof. van der Sluis will be responsible for overall managament of the project and will be chair-person of Consortium Board. He will be responsible for financial matters of the project and liaison with EC Directorate-General Education and Culture in Brussels . Prof. van der Sluis will also contribute for up-dating of following courses: Measurements in Electrical Engineering, Power Systems Measurements and definition of two new courses for postgraduate level in the area of high voltage measurements. The mention area perfectly fits with his extensive experience with data acquisition systems in high voltage measurements.

    Grant coordinator:
    Ass. Prof. dr. Vladimir Dimcev,
    University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje,
    Republic of Macedonia

    Prof dr. V. Dimcev since 1987 has been working at Department for Electrical Measurements and Materials, University Ss Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, first as teaching and researching assistant, now as associate professor. His scientific and research areas are: power systems measurements and instrumentation, data acquisition systems, power quality and grounding. He has been involved in a number of consulting projects with the industry and Electrical Power Company of Macedonia-ESM. Dr. Dimcev is a senior member of the IEEE and received award from the IEEE Power Engineering Society as distinguished engineer in Region 8 for 2001.

    His responsibilities are: participation in the administration and project management, liaison with the Contractor, National Tempus Office, co-ordination of all activities on daily basis, responsible for selection of students. He will also take active part in developing of teaching materials and laboratory exercises for following courses: Measurements in Electrical Engineering, Power Systems Measurements and Data Acquisition Systems for undergraduate and two courses for postgraduate level.

    Consortium member:
    Prof. dr. Janos Gajda,
    AGH University of Science and Technology
    , Krakow , Poland

    Prof. dr. J. Gajda is the Head of the Department of Measurement and Instrumentation at AGH University . He is the author or co-author of two books and more than 100 scientific papers, as well as 1 patent in electrical metrology area. His current research interests focus on biomedical measurements, road traffic measurements, signal procesing and data analysis. He is the member of the Committee of Metrology and Scientific Instrumentation of the Polish Academy of Science.

    Prof. Gajda will be involved in courses development for undergraduate and postgraduate studies and modernization of the laboratories, his experience as department head will be beneficial to the project.

    Consortium member:
    Prof. dr. ir. Gerard Meijer,
    Delft University of Technology
    , The Netherlands

    Prof. dr. G. Meijer is full professor of the Laboratory of Electronic Instrumentation, TU Delft and since 1972 he has been a member of the research and teaching staff of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. He has wide experience in research and teaching in measurements area, smart sensor systems, analog ICs, etc. Also he served industry as consultant in the field of sensor systems on different projects. He received the title award of "Simon Stevin Meester" from the Dutch Technology Foundation.

    Prof. Meijer extensive knowledge of measurements and instrumentation will be of great benefit for development of faculty courses and lifelong courses. He will be involved in development of following courses: Data Acquisition Systems, Sensors and Measurement Systems, Measurements of Non-electrical quantities.

    Consortium member:
    Prof. dr. Cvetko Mitrovski,
    University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bitola
    , Republic of Macedonia .

    Prof. dr. Cvetko Mitrovski is with the Faculty of Technical Sciences - Bitola since 1986. He is teaching Electronics, Electrical Measurement and Data Acquisition Measurement Systems at FTS and simultaneously he is a coordinator of the four year studies on the department of electrical engineering at FTS. His scientific and research areas are: Theory of Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamical Systems, Signal processing and Nuclear Medicine Image Processing. For his work on Gamma camera upgrading system, in 1996 he was granted (by IAEA) a scientific visit to the department of medical physics at the University College in London and on the Clinical Centre in Ljubljana . Currently he works on a problem of discrete chaos in cooperation with colleges from the Institute for Nonlinear Science at University of California San Diego .

    Prof. Mitrovski will be involved in development of courses and teaching materials and modernization of the laboratories, as well as development of lifelong courses.

    Prof. dr. Alessandro Ferrero is full professor of electrical and electronic measurement at the Department of Electronics at Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy. His current research works are concerned with the application of digital signal processing, electrical power systems measurement and the qualification of the measurement process. His research activity in the field of electrical and electronic measurement is testified by over 150 papers published in the most important scientific journals and proceedings in the field. He obtained the highly ranked award in the field of electrical measurements, the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society – Joseph Kiethly award for 2006.

    Prof. dr. Lidija Petkovska is full professor at the Department for Electrical Machines and Transformers at the University Ss. Cyril and Methodius. She is one of the most experienced professors at Faculty of Electrical Engineering – Skopje in different international projects, as well as coordinator of Tempus project CD-17016-2002 “Restructuring and up-dating undergraduate course in Energy Conversion and Industry Application”. She is responsible for inter-project coaching.

    Dr. Gert Rietveld from Nederlands Measurements Institute, Delft is specialist in DC and low frequency electrical standards and measurements, project coordinator of research projects for the Dutch government and the European Union, technical expert for evaluation of accredited calibration laboratories, lecturer on electrical metrology. Dr. Rietveld will be involved in the up-dating of Metrology laboratory, re-training of the staff in the field of metrology and will assist in the developing of course for lifelong learning.

    Prof. dr. Rumen Arnaudov from Technical University of Sofia, is experinced university professor in the field of electrical measurements, especially in the measurement in telecommunications. He has over 100 scientific papers, took part in over 40 projects and has 15 patents. Prof. Arnaudov will contribute for development of the new course Measurements in telecommunication and development of postgraduate curriculum.