ADEPT is a unique European industrial and academic project focused on electric propulsion systems.

As a Marie Curie Initial Training Network, ADEPT will train 12 early stage researchers (ESRs) and 2 experienced researchers (ERs) in this field, raising their academic standards and practical engineering skills as well as developing a powerful research network across Europe.

A further goal is to produce a versatile and comprehensive development platform for E-propulsion systems. This is both a virtual (based on models and simulation) and a real (involving demonstration hardware as well as Hardware-in-the-Loop based test systems and control software) development environment for E-propulsion systems.

An intimate involvement in all aspects of the collaboration (research, secondments, experiments etc.) along with an extensive training program in a wide range of related fields (electromagnetics, thermal, mechanical, vibroacoustics, control, vehicle integration) allows the ADEPT ESRs and ERs to develop their technical proficiency and complementary skills such as project management and entrepreneurship.

The industry-academia partnerships within ADEPT further facilitate the application of scientific results of the ADEPT program within E-propulsion and other industrial products and solutions.

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Research Fellows

Andrii StefanskyiLodz University of Technology
Kesavan RamakrishnanPolitecnico di Milano
Pietro RomanazziOxford University
Arkadiusz DziechciarzTechnical University of Cluj-Napoca
Korawich NiyomsatianTriphase NV
Sabrina AyatMotor Design Limited
Stjepan StipeticMotor Engineer s.a.r.l
Fabien ChauvicourtSiemens Industry Software NV
Mitrofan CurtiEindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
Simon WiedemannMACCON
Anton TamasMACCON, Germany
Georgios SfakianakisEindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
Nenad DjukicAdvanced Electromagnetics BV
Wei PengUniversité libre de Bruxelles (ULB)

Steering Board

Elena LomonovaEindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
Project Coordinator
Jeroen TegenboschEindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
Project Manager


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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 607361