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25 November 2022
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Illia DIAHOVCHENKO (associate professor, Department of Electric Power Engineering, Faculty of Electronics and Information Technologies) became a Danubius Young Scientist Award 2022 laureate. The event was supported by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Research and the Institute for Danube Region and Central Europe.

The author’s contest work concerned power resilience, energy communities and proactive consumers.

The awarding ceremony took place in Maribor (Slovenia) during the Danube Rector’s Conference “Digital Transformation of the Danube Higher Education Area in Conditions of Recovery”. Totally, 14 laureates were selected – each person per a country within the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Romania, Ukraine).

The contest has been held annually for 11 times. It was founded by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Research and the Institute for Danube Region and Central Europe. Here, those young scientists can participate who were conferred a Master’s or PhD degree in any branch (within 5 last years).

“I appreciate the SumDU support. During this event, I was impressed very much. I got acquainted with successful Danube researchers. I hope my Ukrainian representation was worthy”, – commented Illia DIAHOVCHENKO after the contest.