University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (UNIZG-FER) is the largest technical faculty and the leading educational and R&D institution in the fields of electrical engineering, information and communication technology and computing in the Republic of Croatia. Being a constituent of the University of Zagreb, UNIZG-FER has its roots in the Technical Faculty founded in 1919. The Faculty offers today substantial educational and R&D facilities including over 60 laboratories. The present research and educational staff comprises more than 190 professors, 202 teaching and research assistants and 326 PhD students.

UNIZG-FER has developed valuable international cooperation with many research institutions around the world, either directly or through inter-university cooperation. Currently, UNIZG-FER participates in 160 projects, both EU and national, financed by various grant schemes, including 15 HORIZON 2020 projects, 7 bilateral projects, 11 COST Actions, 3 Interreg projects, 2 NATO Science for Peace projects, 28 European Regional Development Fund projects, 4 European Social Fund projects and 79 Croatian Science Foundation projects.

main tasks and responsibilities within the project

Expertise of the core project team from UNIZG-FER is twofold. First expertise is on market and technical integration of distributed sources of flexibility, including pricing schemes, which is essential for the first use case in the Croatian pilot. The second expertise is in power system protection schemes, along with data acquisition and fault detection algorithms, which is relevant to the second use case of the Croatian pilot.