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T0.2 Dissemination

Task Title Dissemination, Scientific Papers, workshops, liaisons, industrial take-up
Lead partner NCE Smart
Contributors Ifi, UNIK, NR, Fredrikstad Energi, ESmart Systems, EB Nett, HiG
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The main objectives of this task are

  • to disseminate the research results on conferences and through papers and journal articles
  • to broaden the reach through national and international liaisons
  • to involve industry through targeted dissemination
  • to pave the way for industrial take-up through the security centre for Smart Grid

Deliverables in T0.2 Dissemination

 TitleDue monthLead partnerEditorDissemination level
D0.10Scientific Paper #7M24IfiOlaf OwePublic
D0.2.1Workshop Invitations and Minutes Year 1M12NCE SmartDieter HirdesPublic
D0.2.2Workshop Invitations and Minutes Year 2M24NCE SmartDieter HirdesPublic
D0.4Scientific Paper #1M12IfiOlaf OwePublic
D0.5Scientific Paper #2M12ITSSeraj FayyadPublic
D0.6Scientific Paper #3M12SIMULAYan ZhangPublic
D0.7Scientific Paper #4M12NTNUEinar SnekkenesPublic
D0.8Scientific Paper #5M12IfiOlaf OwePublic
D0.9Scientific Paper #6M12NRHabtamu AbiePublic

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0.2.1 Scientific Dissemination

Objective: Main objectives for scientific dissemination is to publish the scientific results in journals and present them in conferences and workshops. Scientific dissemionation will also be achieved through PhD dissertations from the PhD students financed and supported in this project.


  • Scientific research results are disseminated to at least 4 conferences and 2 journals (M12)
  • Research direction of new research topics are established (M6)
  • At least two project proposals have been initiated (M12).

Deliverables: Scientific papers, Conference presentations, workshop invites and minutes, PhD dissertations

0.2.2 Industrial Dissemination

Objective: This subtask aims at involving relevant industry partners and creating business possibilities to them in the field of IoT Security. Activities include creating targeted marketing materials, meetings, workshops and visualization activities in the Smart Grid Security Centre.


  • At least one business workshop for industrial awareness was organised (M12)
  • Business ecosystem and key players are identified (M8, in collaboration with T4.1)
  • Initial research perspectives have been discussed with industry to establish the Smart Grid Security Centre (M12, in collaboration with T4.2)
  • Research results developed in this project will be presented and transferred to business initiatives (M24).

Deliverables: Periodic report on industrial dissemination activities, minutes of workshops and events organized

0.2.3 Liaison

Objective: Both national and international liaisons are used in dissemination activities to achieve wide distribution network for research and business ideas.


  • Smart Grid Security Centre will establish international visibility through participation in at least 3 EU events (M12)
  • Smart Grid Security Centre serves as meeting point for 5 new research initiatives and new cooperation initiatives (M24)

Deliverables: Periodic report on dissemination activities among liaisons.

Individual dissemination plans for partners



  • participate in scientific dissemination, organizing at least 2 workshops per year, and technical liaising with Cyberlab Oy, and the EU

H2020 clusters


  • publish papers through publication channels approved by UHR
  • exploit our international visibility and scientific and industrial connectivity


  • contact has already been established with H2020 NeCS EU Network in Cyber Security project
  • 2 peer reviewed papers each year
  • 2 workshops organized each year

NCE Smart


  • lead the industrial dissemination through NCE Smart Energy Markets competence cluster and other national and international industrial connections
  • Support industry partners to initiate new business ideas and research ideas
  • create and operate Smart Grid Security Centre as a innovation and information point


  • 2 workshops
  • meetings
  • targeted marketing materials
  • activities(simulations/demos/shows) around Smart Grid Security Centre