Need to innovate and give a boost to your energy transition and sustainable development projects? Our scientific team is here to help you succeed!

UniLaSalle offers you a wide range of services, studies and benefits to support your development. Benefit from the expertise of our teams and the excellence of our infrastructures for a tailor-made solution.

Our services in Energy Systems and Management

Our areas of expertise

  • Characterization of magnetic materials, components and electrical systems for performance improvement   
  • Eco-design and multiphysics modeling of electrical systems   
  • Energy optimization of processes through control   
  • Study, design and analysis of sensor networks and IIoT for data acquisition and processing, smart manufacturing, industrial supervision, process monitoring and industrial robotics, electric mobility and smartgrids   
  • Power quality, EMC and ageing studies

Our range of services

  • Scientific and technical state of the art   
  • Power distribution, short circuit and dynamic studies   
  • Electromagnetic transients, non-contact energy transfer and system impacts (PV, wind, HVDC)   
  • Modeling by FE and multiphysics couplings, development of robust control approaches, SIL/HIL simulations   
  • Implementation of resilient solutions for service continuity for electrical and computer networks   
  • Implementation of regulatory solutions for system cleanup (NF, IEC, IEEE)


High-performance tools

To carry out studies and services, the UniLaSalle teams rely on high-performance tools and infrastructures:

Laboratory equipment

  • Hybrid multi-task microgrid (AC/DC) controlled by OPAL RT and NI real time systems, including PAC, PV, Turbine/Alternator groups, SEB (Li ion), SC, DC/DC and AC/DC converters, programmable loads and associated instrumentation*.   
  • Generator of signals controllable in voltage (0 100 V) or in current (0 52 A) voltage, frequency range 1Hz 20kHz. Characterization benches Epstein, SST, Tores.   
  • Characterization benches for rotating machines.     
  • Industry 4.0 platform: Self-controlled mini-factory with IIoT, Virtual and Augmented Realities, associated digital twin.  
  • Simulation environments: Matlab/Simulink, ANSYS, ALTAIR, COMSOL Multiphysics, EMTP RV, CATIA, PSCAD.


Jean-Pierre GADONNA
Director of Valorization UniLaSalle and Beauvais campus
Augustin MPANDA
Scientific Director Amiens campus