Within the project, Brunel University will lead electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) modelling and interface modelling for the reference demonstrator in WP3. It will consider theoretical as well as practical aspects of the issue and will propose and design appropriate hardware concepts for the technical feasibility assessment for the design of the innovative demonstrator leading WP5. In addition, Brunel University will be leading coupled mechanical and EMC simulations in WP2 and WP4. The aforementioned activities will be performed by the industrial innovation research centre of Brunel University London named as Brunel Composites Centre (BCC). BCC develops innovative methods for composites processing/joining across Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs) 1-6. The core areas of this research are microwave heating in composites production, joining of composites without mechanical fastening, adhesive bonding, coatings for composites, composites-metal joints, novel processing of composites and interface phenomena at composite surfaces.