Developers for Smart Energy Solutions
Are you interested in smart energy systems, a combination of new technologies and business models? Do you wish to have capabilities for creating innovative and sustainable energy solutions for the future?
Changes and disruption of traditional power and energy systems require a new set of skills in order to realize the transition to smarter, more flexible and renewable energy systems. Next generation electrical power engineers need to understand the increasing amount of different interdisciplinary interactions ranging from new technologies to customer needs and different energy policies.
The new, multidisciplinary Master’s Programme in Smart Energy offers students the latest knowledge in ongoing energy transitions and excellent capabilities to renew the industry and create future-proof solutions for sustainable and smart energy systems.
The programme consists of three blocks:
1) Smart Grids and Power Generation
3) Business studies
and provides its students good analytical skills and wide expertise about key smart energy systems enabling technologies (such as battery energy storages, microgrids, big data analytics, artificial intelligence, 5G, hybrid AC/DC systems with power electronics), future market and business models.
In order to apply for admission to the Master’s Programme, the applicants should have completed a Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field (e.g. electrical engineering, energy technology, automation technology, telecommunications engineering).
The two-year programme leads to a Master of Science in Technology degree.
By completing this programme, you will be able to:
- plan, research and develop new intelligent solutions for the electrical and energy systems of the future e.g. by utilizing different simulation tools
- lead and manage different production, product development and planning projects in the field of electrical engineering and energy technology
- assess and compare different ways of energy production from the technical and economical point of view and compare different alternatives in energy production
- use existing sources of information critically and produce new knowledge in electrical engineering and energy technology
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Last updated December 11, 2018