Stefano Donnarumma: promoted in collaboration with the Universities of Salerno, Cagliari and Palermo, the 2nd-level Master Course in "Digitalisation of the electricity system for the energy transition" includes teachings on cutting-edge engineering and digital technologies, programming workshops and activities in the field.
The company led by Stefano Donnarumma aims at setting up a first-rate training centre
Accelerating the evolution of the electricity system through the creation of new specialist professionalisms. This is the core aim of the 2nd-level Master Course in "Digitalisation of the electricity system for the energy transition", designed by Terna in collaboration with the Universities of Salerno, Cagliari and Palermo. An innovative training course for the future of the electricity system, featuring teachings on cutting-edge engineering and digital technologies, programming workshops and activities in the field. The company led by CEO Stefano Donnarumma presented the project in September 2022 in the "Biagio Agnes" Press Room of the University of Salerno. "In addition to the infrastructural works on the grids, the development of renewable energy sources, and increased storage systems, the fourth factor enabling us to tackle the energy transition is training in specialist skills, preparing the people who will be able to manage technologies linked to dispatching and developments in the energy markets in the future", said Francesco Del Pizzo - the Head of Grid Development and Dispatching Strategies of the company as well as the Chairman and Scientific Coordinator of the Tyrrhenian Lab - who gave a presentation along with Prof. Vincenzo Loia, Rector of the University of Salerno. "With today's presentation, months and months of teamwork have come to fruition. I want to thank the University of Salerno for its invaluable collaboration and for having chosen to share in our vision of growth and development", added Francesco Del Pizzo.
Stefano Donnarumma: the Tyrrhenian Lab for the future of the electricity system
The company led by CEO Stefano Donnarumma will invest 100 million euros for the Tyrrhenian Lab project over the next 5 years, aiming at setting up a first-rate training centre in collaboration with the three universities of Salerno, Cagliari and Palermo. The project's aim is also to develop the skills necessary to manage the constantly evolving electricity system. The Tyrrhenian Lab will in fact establish a training centre of excellence spread across the three universities, with the goal of producing new professionals who will have managerial, engineering, IT and statistical expertise. The Master Course will begin in November 2022 and will consist of four modules for a total of 60 training credits, with personalised pathways based on the previous academic experiences of participants. It also includes programming workshops and activities in the field. At the end of the 12-month course, 15 students will be selected and hired by Terna as experts on algorithms and models for the electricity market, experts on analysis and regulation systems, experts on the management of equipment in the field, experts on Substation Automation Systems (SASs), and experts on Substation IoT Systems. As the Rector of the University of Salerno, Vincenzo Loia, emphasized, "the Tyrrhenian Lab project is a significant and concrete opportunity for our students. We are delighted to offer our skills and laboratory infrastructures to support Terna both in its research activities in a field which is vital to our economy, and in the process of providing specialist training to students, who will have a real opportunity at the end of their studies to be selected and hired in the local project offices".
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