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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Analysis of the Land Surface Temperature Estimated from Different Satellite Sensors over RomaniaDIAMANDI Andrei; OANCEA Simona; ALECU ELENAArticles in Journals
2013Effects of North-African electricity import on the European and the Italian power systems: a techno-economic analysisBRANCUCCI CARLO; L'ABBATE Angelo; MIGLIAVACCA Gianluigi; CALISTI Roberto; SORANNO Michela; FULLI Gianluca; ALECU ELENA; DE VRIES LaurensArticles in Journals
2009La Rete di Trasmissione Europea - Infrastrutture Strategiche ed Iniziative ComunitarieFULLI Gianluca; ALECU ELENA; L'ABBATE AngeloArticles in Journals
2013Medium-term demand for European cross-border electricity transmission capacityBRANCUCCI CARLO; VANDENBERGH MICHEL; DE VRIES Laurens; ALECU ELENA; PURVINS ARTURS; FULLI Gianluca; HULD ThomasArticles in Journals
2011Smart Grid Projects in Europe - Lessons Learned and Current DevelopmentsGIORDANO VINCENZO; GANGALE FLAVIA; FULLI Gianluca; SANCHEZ JIMENEZ Manuel; PAPAIOANNOU IOULIA; COLTA ALEXANDRU; ONYEJI KATHRIN IJEOMA; MENGOLINI Anna Maria; OJALA Tauno; MASCHIO ISABELLA, et aleBook
2011Smart Grid Simulation Centre at the Institute for Energy of the Joint Research CentreMASERA Marcelo; DEBARBERIS Luigi; FULLI Gianluca; WILKENING Heinz; VANDENBERGH Michel; MINNEBO Philip; ALECU ELENA; BRANCUCCI CARLOContributions to Conferences
2010Развитие электросетей в Европе: состояние и перспективы -(Development of Electric Network in Europe - the Current Situation and Perspectives)DEBARBERIS Luigi; FULLI Gianluca; ALECU ELENA; GANGALE FLAVIAArticles in Journals
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