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MSc Programme Energy Technologies ENTECH
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MSc Programme
Energy Technologies
ENTECH
Coursebook
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Welcome to ENTECH!
Dear Student,
Charles Dickens wrote “Whether I shall turn out to be the hero of my own life, or whether that station will
be held by anybody else, these pages must show.”
You have just finished your Bachelors and are on your way into a Master Programme - and you want
to change the world in a creative and innovative way, otherwise you would not be looking at ENTECH.
Who are we?
We are the Master Programme Energy Technologies (ENTECH) and we want to make you a future game
changer!
Meeting the challenges of future energy technologies – reliability, sustainability, efficiency and
environmental compatibility – requires well-trained engineers with a profound knowledge of all the
exciting opportunities available to us. In contrast to the engineering education of the past, which was
typically restricted to single aspects like electrical or mechanical, ENTECH focuses on acquiring the
interdisciplinary knowledge essential for coping with the complexity of future energy systems. It gives
you a wide range of hands-on opportunities to apply your knowledge and skills both in theory and in
practice. What’s more, the programme strongly emphasises integrating creative, entrepreneurial and
leadership skills to foster the creation of new ideas and to turn them into innovative products, services,
processes and policies.
What do we do?
We offer you first class technical knowledge at four of the best technical universities in Europe. But in
contrast to other programmes, we also offer you a profound education in economy, innovation and
entrepreneurship. A 24month additional training will help you to fully unfold and develop your personal
key skills for a successful and sustainable future career.
We believe that you are great minds and we would like to make sure that you leave this Master Programme
with the mindset to be the hero of your own life and the ability to change the world.
We wish you the best two years,
Your ENTECH staff
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Syllabus and Content
ENTECH’s scope is energy technologies in a broad sense. As students come from different backgrounds,
the initial training (Basic Courses) will bring them to a common level of energy engineering knowledge.
This requires a modular class structure and a ‘Learning Agreement’ developed on an individual student
basis.
Subsequently, and based on the respective basic courses, several specialisations (Main Subjects) are
offered. Topics, which differ between the collaborating universities, cover fields like electrical energy
systems, transport and storage of energy, energy conversion, energy economics and energy system
analysis. You must select two main subjects at KIT or one specialization at IST to pursue in depth.
The master thesis (30 ECTS) covers the entire fourth semester. Within this period, you work on a topic
that is part of a research project or directly related to industry. The site (industrial enterprise or research
institution) and time depend on the specific topic.
Your studies also cover economic and social as well as legal and ecological aspects of different energy
technologies and their implementation.
Special emphasis is put on innovation and management processes; you learn the basics of product
development and how innovations can be realized in companies (Innovation & Entrepreneurship).
Topics dealt with in project work and later on, particularly in the master thesis, are primarily industrial
issues of practical relevance, or part of a larger research project carried out together with an industrial
partner.
The structure of the MSc ENTECH programme is shown below, with the example of KIT as your entry
university:

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The ENTECH Consortium
ENTECH consists of five Partner Institutions.
Home Institutions
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal
Partner universities 2nd year:
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal
Uppsala Universitet, Sweden
Institute National Polytechnique, Grenoble, France
External Partners
Grenoble École de Management, France
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ENTECH Mobility Choices

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal
Uppsala Universitet, Sweden
Institute National Polytechnique, Grenoble, France
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Mobility
Following EIT criteria, the programme envisages mobility from one university to another after the first
study year. The university that you choose for your first year will be the home institution, either KIT or IST.
You then continue your second year at one of the partner institutions according to your chosen major.
KIT and IST offer full first-study year entry points as well as the second-year exit points.
KIT offers eight main subjects, of which a student At IST, the student only has to choose one of the
has to choose two:
corresponding specializations:
• Thermal Power Plants
• Fuels
• Energy in Buildings
• Nuclear Energy
• Chemical Energy Carriers
• Renewable Energy
• Decentralized Power Supply and Grid
Integration
• Energy Conversion
• Energy Efficiency
• Nuclear & Fusion Technology
• Energy Economics and Informatics
• Renewable Energy and Energy Storage
• Utility Facilities
Accordingly, you will need the following combinations to finish a double degree at KIT and IST:
Técnico Lisboa - IST
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT
Fuels
Chemical Energy Carriers + Utility Facilities
Nuclear Energy
Thermal Power Plants + Nuclear & Fusion Technology
Renewable Energy
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Decentralized Power Supply and
Grid Integration
+
+
Thermal Power Plants,
Renewable Energy and Energy
Storage
Renewable Energy and Energy Storage,
Utility Facilities,
Energy Conversion
Thermal Power Plants
Energy Efficiency
Energy in Buildings + Renewable Energy and Energy Storage
Decentralized
Power
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Continuing to the second year university, the student can complete the studies by finishing the main
subject there. IST and KIT are fully compatible, while Uppsala and Grenoble offer select choices.
• Fuels
• Nuclear Energy
• Renewable Energy
• Energy Conversion
• Energy Efficiency
• Thermal Power Plants
• Energy in Buildings
• Decentralized Grid
• Chemical Energy Carriers
• Energy in Buildings
• Decentralized Power Supply and Grid
Integration
• Nuclear & Fusion
• Energy Economics
• Nuclear & Fusion Technology
• Renewable Energy
• Energy Economics and Informatics
• Renewable Energy and Energy
Storage
• Energy in buildings
• Renewable Energy
• Utility Facilities
1st Year - Home University
2nd Year
• Thermal Power Plants
• Energy in Buildings
• Energy Economics and
Informatics
• Utility Facilities
• Chemical Energy Carriers
• Fuels
• Nuclear & Fusion Technology
• Nuclear Energy
• Renewable Energy and Energy Storage
• Renewable Energy
• Decentralized Power Supply and Grid Integration
• Fuels
• Energy Conversion
• Energy Efficiency
• Nuclear Energy
• Renewable Energy
• Energy Conversion
• Energy Efficiency
• Renewable Energy

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Home Institutions - Your 1st Year
ENTECH covers 120 ECTS in its 2 year programme, which means that you will have to collect 60 ECTS at
each university in order to achieve the double degree. Achievements at the respective universities are
automatically recognized at the other university you visited.
At IST you will have to visit courses from the following modules in the first year:
• Training for harmonization of competences 18 - 24 ECTS
• Specific Training in Engineering and Energy Management:
•Common training 16.5 ECTS
•Specialized training 24 - 36 ECTS
• Fuels
• Nuclear Energy
• Renewable Energy • Energy Conversion
• Energy Efficiency
•Complementary training 6 - 18 ECTS
•Free training 0 - 9 ECTS
As ENTECH takes in students from very different backgrounds, harmonization has to take place at each
entry university - this is achieved in the “harmonization“ classes at IST and the "basic courses" at KIT.
Prerequisites are the same at each University.
While at IST, you will be presented with a schedule tailored to your needs, courtesy of the responsible
Professor.
At KIT, you will have lectures from the following fields:
• Basic Courses (17 ECTS)
• Main subjects (each 16 ECTS) :
•Thermal Power Plants (TPP)
•Energy in Buildings (EB)
•Chemical Energy Carriers (CEC)
•Decentralized Power Supply and Grid Integration (DPS)
•Nuclear & Fusion Technology (NT)
•Energy Economics and Informatics (EEI)
•Renewable Energy and Energy Storage (RES)
•Utility Facilities (UF)
• Innovation and Entrepreneurship (20 ECTS)
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Home Institutions - Your 1st Year
The following lists are applicable for KIT students, at IST a study plan is suggested for each student.
For graduates with a Chemical Engineering background the following courses are mandatory:
• Electric Power Generation and Power Grid (3 ECTS)
• Power Electronics (3 ECTS)
• Machines and Processes (7 ECTS)
• Electrical Machines (4 ECTS)
For graduates with an Electrical Engineering background the following courses are mandatory:
• Technical Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer I (7 ECTS)
• Engineering Mechanics I (6 ECTS)
• Mechanical Design I (4 ECTS)
For graduates with a background in Mechanical Engineering, the following courses are mandatory:
• Heat Transfer (3 ECTS)
• Electric Power Generation and Power Grid (3 ECTS)
• Power Electronics (3 ECTS)
• Mass Transfer and Reaction Kinetics (4 ECTS)
• Electrical Machines (4 ECTS)
X = Courses that are mandatory for this field of study

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Your Degree
As an ENTECH Student, you will get a double degree from the two universities you attended. Following
you will find the degrees that each of the ENTECH partners awards.
KIT, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany:
Master of Science in Energy Technologies
IST, Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal:
Master of Science in Energy Engineering and Management
G-INP, Grenoble Institute of Technology, France:
Master of Science in Fluid Mechanics and Energetics
UU, Uppsala University, Sweden:
Master of Science in Energy Technology
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What makes us different?
Contrary to regular master programmes, we do not only offer the traditional high-quality engineering
education at the technical universities. In addition we offer a 24 month key qualification training with
experienced and excellently connected coaches and industry participation, as well as outstanding
contribution from our external Partner Grenoble École de Management (GEM) : The Open Space Studio..
The ultimate goal of this training programme is to empower the participating students - you - to change
the face of the EU energy sector - by training your leadership capabilities and boosting your business
innovation potential.
To achieve this goal, the programme provides, complementary to the technological and business knowhow which is already built into the schedule of the ENTECH MSc Programme, a learning process to
master your personal and social skills.
This process is specifically designed to learn how to handle the complexity businesses are dealing with
today. It is built around dealing with the growing processes complexity, increasing cross-functional,
-cultural, -country, or -company cooperation, fast changing requirements and know-how.
This programme is divided into four modules with a physical presence week each semester: our
Summer and Winter Ateliers. In this week, you will meet up with the whole intake from the complete
ENTECH Master Programme, and also with our partners: innovation and creativity come from diversity
and networking, after all, so we want to give you the essentials to become successful key players in the
future energy market.

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Structure of the Courses
This coursebook contains all courses at all ENTECH locations. This information is tentative though and
thus this handbook is marked as a draft. Changes occur at all universities at all times - we do our best to
keep this document as up to date as we can, but the official handbooks from each university are your
base. In case of doubt, please refer to them.
You will find the information divided into the 1st year and the 2nd year.
The 1st year universities are KIT and IST - subsequently you will find their table of contents and courses
on the following pages.
The 2nd year also includes UU and G-INP, so the latter part of this document includes their contribution
as well as the classes lectured at IST and KIT for their 3rd semester.
The 4th semester is entirely dedicated to the master thesis and no lectures will take place during this
time.
For each university you will also find a short introduction.
A short key:
ECTS European Credit Transfer System (also CP= Credit Points)
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ENTECH Master Programme
Courses
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Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
On October 01, 2009, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH and
Universität Karlsruhe (TH) merged into Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
(KIT).
KIT pools the missions of both predecessor institutions, the mission of
a university of the state of Baden- Württemberg with tasks in education
and research and the mission of a National Large-scale Research Centre
of the Helmholtz Association, which conducts program-oriented provident research. In pursuing these
missions, KIT is active along the three strategic lines of research, teaching, and innovation. With more than
9,000 employees and an annual budget of about EUR 789 million, KIT is one of the biggest research and
education institutions worldwide and has the potential of reaching a top position in selected research
areas on an international level. The objective is to turn KIT into an institution of top research, excellent
scientific education, and a prominent location of academic life, life-long learning, comprehensive
advanced training, unrestricted exchange of know- how, and sustainable innovation culture.
The Way towards KIT: Tradition and New Dawn
The merger into KIT is the logical continuation of a long-lasting close cooperation of two research and
education institutions rich in tradition. Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, founded in 1956 as Nuclear Reactor
Building and Operation Company, turned into a multidisciplinary Large-scale Research Centre of the
Helmholtz Association. It pursues eleven big research programs in science and engineering. Universität
Karlsruhe was founded in 1825 as Polytechnical College and developed to a modern location of research
and education in natural sciences, engineering, economics, and the humanities at eleven departments.
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Table of Contents
Basics
ID
23315
2300002
23134140
2199102
3161010
3165014
2145186
22568
22534
Course
Electrical Machines
Electric Power Generation and Power
Grid
Machines and Processes
Power Electronics
Engineering Mechanics I
Technical Thermodynamics and Heat
Transfer I
Mechanical Design I
Heat Transfer
Mass Transfer and Reaction Kinetics
Term
CP
S
4
W
3
S
S
W
7
3
6
W
7
W
W
S
4
3
4
Learning Outcomes
Alfter completing the module, the students have theoretical fundamentals and solid understanding in
the field of Energy Technologies.
Furthermore these basic courses enable the students to speak a common language, which is an
important prerequisite in the field of energy technologies, which has a pronounced interdisciplinary
character.
Content
The basic courses will form the foundation for a solid knowledge required for the main subjects and
specializations in ENTECH.
The harmonization of the students‘ knowledge the different fundamentals of energy engineering is
important. This is done by a modular structure of classes. As an example, Bachelors with a background
in mechanical engineering will deepen their knowledge in subjects like electrical machines or power
electronics, whereas electrical engineers will attend courses in thermodynamics or fluid mechanics.
These basic courses will assure that independent of the prior knowledge acquired during the BSc studies,
all graduates of the Master program will have acquired a fundamental knowledge in mechanical design,
thermodynamics, electric power generation, electrical machines, thermal engines, power electronics,
heat transfer and fluid mechanics, which constitute the fundamentals for energy engineering.
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Innovation and Entrepreneurship
ID
2581012
2545001
23684
2540464
2545011
2545009
Course
Renewable Energy - Resources,
Technologies and Economics
Entrepreneurship
Project Management for Engineers
eEnergy: Markets, Services, Systems
Design Thinking
Business Plan for Founders
Term
CP
W
4
W/S
S
S
W/S
W/S
3
3
4
3
3
Learning Outcomes
After completion of the module, students
- know the principles of innovation and entrepreneurship
- can initiate patent research
- can name, compare and use the central methods and process models of product development within
moderate complex technical systems.
Content
The module introduces the basic concepts of entrepreneurship and illustrates the different stages of
the dynamic development of the company. The topics include: introduction to methods for generating
innovative business ideas, translating patents into business concepts, general principles of financial
planning, the design and implementation of service-oriented information systems for Entrepreneurs,
Technology Management and Business Model Generation and “Lean Startup” methods for the
implementation of business ideas by the way of controlled experiments in the market and basics of
product development.
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Interdisciplinary Project
ID
22509
Course
Design of a jet engine combustion
chamber
Interdisciplinary ENTECH project
Term
CP
S
6
W
6
Learning Outcomes
The project serves as a comprehensive, in-depth analysis of fundamentals in selected areas of Energy
Technologies.
The specific learning outcomes are defined by the respective coordinator of the course.
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Elective Course
ID
23315
2300002
3161010
22568
23134140
22534
2199102
3165014
22528
22605
2581998
5072
2158109
9093
2130910
2199125
2199115
22601
2590458
2581006
2199120
1720997
22325
2581002
22569
2199116
3165016
3166550
18
Course
Electrical Machines
Electric Power Generation and Power
Grid
Engineering Mechanics I
Heat Transfer
Machines and Processes
Mass Transfer and Reaction Kinetics
Power Electronics
Technical Thermodynamics and Heat
Transfer I
Applied Combustion Technology
Membrane Separation in Water
Treatment
Basics of Liberalised Energy Markets
Batteries and Fuel Cells
Building Simulation
Carbon Capture and Storage
CFD for Power Engineering
Chemical Energy Storage
Chemical Fuels
Chemical Technology of Water
Computational Economics
Efficient Energy Systems and Electric
Mobility
Electrical Power Transmission and Grid
Control
Energy and Indoor Climate Concepts
for High Performance Buildings
Energy from Biomass
Energy Systems Analysis
Fluid Dynamics
Fuel Lab
Fundamentals of Combustion I
Fundamentals of Combustion II
Term
CP
S
4
W
3
W
W
S
S
S
6
3
7
4
3
W
7
S
4
W
4
W
W
S
W
S
W
S
W
W
3.5
3
2
4
4
3
4
4
5
S
3.5
W
6
S
2
W
W
W
W
W
S
3
3
3
4
4
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ID
2170490
9091
2199130
Course
Term
CP
Combined Cycle Power Plants
Geothermal Energy I
Geothermal Energy II
High Temperature Process
Engineering
Integrated design of low energy
buildings-Architecture, structure,
materials and building physic
Integrated Measurement Systems for
Fluid Mechanics Applications
Nuclear Power Plant Technology
Coal Fired Power Plant Technology
Laboratory Work in Combustion
Technology
Laboratory Exercise in Energy
Technology
S
W
S
4
4
4
S
4
W
4
W/S
4
S
W
4
4
S
4
W/S
4
2161224
Machine Dynamics
S
5
2162220
Machine Dynamics II
Mathematical Modelling and
Simulation
Modern Software Tools in Power
Engineering
Nature-inspired Optimization
Methods
Nuclear Fusion Technology
Nuclear Power and Reaction
Technology
Organic Computing
Reactor Safety I: Fundamentals
Fundamentals of reactor safety for the
operation and dismantling of nuclear
power plants
Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities
I
W
4
W
4
S
6
S
5
W
4
W
6
S
S
4.5
4
W
4
W
3
22533
1720998
2171486
2170460
2169461
22531
2171487
0109400
2199119
2511106
2189920
2130921
2511104
2189465
2190465
19435
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ID
2199118
2161217
23745
23271
23682
2189904
22516
2169453
2170476
22332
1731099
2157451
2130927
2189907
Course
Smart Energy Distribution
Mechatronic Softwaretools
Solar Energy
Radiation Protection I: Ionising
Radiation
Superconducting Materials for Energy
Applications
Ten Lectures on Turbulence
Thermal Waste Treatment
Thermal Turbomachines I
Thermal Turbomachines II
Transport and Storage of Chemical
Energy Carriers
Urban planning and energy
infrastructure
Wind and Hydropower
Fundamentals of Energy Technology
Heat Transfer in Nuclear Reactors
Term
CP
S
W
W
3
4
6
W
3
S
3
W
W
W
S
4
3
6
6
S
4
W
4
W
S
S
4
8
4
Learning Outcomes
The elective course serves as a comprehensive, in-depth analysis of fundamentals in selected areas of
Energy Technologies. The specific learning outcomes are defined by the respective coordinator of the
course.
- can name, compare and use the central methods and process models of product development within
moderate complex technical systems.
Content
The module introduces the basic concepts of entrepreneurship and illustrates the different stages of
the dynamic development of the company. The topics include: introduction to methods for generating
innovative business ideas, translating patents into business concepts, general principles of financial
planning, the design and implementation of service-oriented information systems for Entrepreneurs,
Technology Management and Business Model Generation and “Lean Startup” methods for the
implementation of business ideas by the way of controlled experiments in the market and basics of
product development.
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Thermal Power Plants
ID
2161224
2171486
2171487
0109400
2169461
2169453
22528
2162220
2170490
22531
2170476
9093
2189921
2161217
Course
Machine Dynamics
Integrated Measurement Systems for
Fluid Mechanics Applications
Laboratory Exercise in Energy
Technology
Mathematical Modelling and
Simulation
Coal Fired Power Plant Technology
Thermal Turbomachines I
Applied Combustion Technology
Machine Dynamics II
Combined Cycle Power Plants
Laboratory Work in Combustion
Technology
Thermal Turbomachines II
Carbon Capture and Storage
Nuclear Power and Reaction
Technology
Mechatronic Softwaretools
Term
CP
W
5
W/S
4
W/S
4
W
4
W
W
S
W
S
4
6
4
4
4
S
4
S
W
6
4
W
6
W
4
Learning Outcomes
The students will understand the basic operation of thermal power plants, their performance and
environmental aspects. Based on their knowledge of the fundamentals in thermodynamics, fluid
mechanics and technical mechanics they will be able to layout, design and calculate power plants and
their major components. They will understand the needs of future energy system with an increased
contribution of intermittent renewable energies with respect to flexibility and alternative fuels.
Content
On a global scale, thermal power plants generate more than 90% of the electricity fed into the public
grid and hence are the backbone of the electric energy supply of modern industrial societies. The
specialization describes the design of different thermal power plants such as coal fired power plants,
nuclear power plants, gas turbines and combined cycle power plants and their major components.
Amongst those special emphasis is directed towards thermal turbo machines and the principles of
applied combustion. The specialization is complemented by fundamental lectures on rotor dynamics as
well as practical exercises in the framework of thermal power plants.
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Chemical Energy Carriers
ID
3165016
2171487
22325
0109400
22533
3166550
2199115
22531
22516
2199116
22332
Course
Fundamentals of Combustion I
Laboratory Exercise in Energy
Technology
Energy from Biomass
Mathematical Modelling and
Simulation
High Temperature Process
Engineering
Fundamentals of Combustion II
Chemical Fuels
Laboratory Work in Combustion
Technology
Thermal Waste Treatment
Fuel Lab
Transport and Storage of Chemical
Energy Carriers
Term
CP
W
4
W/S
4
W
3
W
4
S
4
S
S
4
4
S
4
W
W
3
4
S
4
Learning Outcomes
The lectures in the module “Chemical Energy Carriers” are focused on the characterization of Chemical
Energy Carriers and the processes for production and use of Chemical Energy Carriers. An Introduction
to global reserves and production, environmental aspects, photosynthesis, fossil fuel formation will be
given. Characteristic properties of raw materials and fuels, process overview of fuel upgrading, conversion
and cleaning will be discussed. Examples like chemical upgrading processes in petroleum refining, nonconventional liquid fuels from fossil and biomass feedstock will be given. Different lab-modules are
focused on instrumental methods of analysing the essential properties of Chemical Energy Carriers. The
students will have the opportunity to perform measurements on the institute’s test facilities. The major
outcome of the lectures will be the understanding of principles of production and upgrading of fuels,
of fuel conversion processes (mechanical, thermal, chemical, biological, thermo-chemical and electrochemical) and of criteria for assessing different fuels and fuel conversion processes.
Content
Chemical Energy Carriers are high quality fuels and chemicals designed for energy applications.
Chemical Energy Carriers can be solids, liquids and gases. They are produced from fossil or biogenic
energy resources (e.g. coal, mineral oil or wood) as well as from chemical substances as CO2 and H2.
They are designed to be used in highly efficient energy conversion processes for supply of final energy
(heat, power and mobility). Due to their typically high energy density they are well suited for storage and
transportation over long distances. Chemical Energy Carriers will therefore play a major role in all future
energy scenarios.
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Decentralized Power Supply and Grid Integration
ID
2581006
2199120
23395
2130927
0109400
2199119
2511104
2199118
2161217
23682
Course
Efficient Energy Systems and Electric
Mobility
Electrical Power Transmission and Grid
Control
Pulsed Power Technology and
Applications
Fundamentals of Energy Technology
Mathematical Modelling and
Simulation
Modern Software Tools in Power
Engineering
Organic Computing
Smart Energy Distribution
Mechatronic Softwaretools
Superconducting Materials for Energy
Applications
Term
CP
S
3.5
W
6
W
3
S
8
W
4
S
6
S
S
W
4.5
3
4
S
3
Learning Outcomes
Students know the physical basics of power transmission by the three-phase power system. They are able
to do the basic electrical design of the major components of an HVDC transmission system. Students
further know the most important designs of FACTS (Flexible AC Transmission Systems) and their fields of
application. They have knowledge about the grid control system and its functionality. Students further
know strategies for operating an intelligent (smart) power grid. They further get knowledge about
superconducting power grid equipment, their chances and the technological challenges to bring them
into operation.
Content
The topic „decentralized power supply and grid integration“ deals with technologies, methods and
algorithms required for establishing a modern and flexible power supply system with a high amount of
decentralized power supply generated by renewables. Current challenges of the European power supply
system are the fluctuation of power generation especially by renewables and power consumption,
voltage gradients by PV and electric mobiles in the distribution grid and voltage gradients in the EHV grid
by the high amount of wind power in the northern part of Europe together with a regional lacks of power
generation. This requires electric power transportation over long distances. The lecture “Electrical Power
Consumption and Grid Control” provides basic knowledge about the physics of power transmission
in the three-phase power system, technologies like HVDC (High Voltage DC transmission) and FACTS
(Flexible AC transmission systems) as well as the basics of grid control, such as primary and secondary
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grid control. The lecture “Superconductivity in Smart Grid Power Applications” provides knowledge about
new grid equipment such as superconducting current limiters which allow fundamentally new grid
architectures or superconducting cables and power transformers. Superconducting power transformers
offer new ways of grid design and operation by the combination of the functionalities of a transformer
with extremely low losses and a current limiter. Electric mobility leads to new challenges such as local
peak power demands in the distribution grid but offers also new chances due to the storage capacity of
their batteries. This capacity can be used e.g. for a local harmonization of the power demand of a smart
home. The lecture “Efficient Energy Systems and Electric Mobility” illuminates these aspects having some
impact on the future power grid architecture. New methods and algorithms are required for an active
management of the distribution grid, basics are provided in the lecture “Smart Energy Distribution”. The
topic „decentralized power supply and grid integration“ provides the tools to major contribute to the
development of the future power supply system.
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Energy in Buildings
ID
1720998
1731099
2171486
0109400
1720997
2158109
2161217
Course
Integrated design of low energy
buildings-Architecture, structure,
materials and building physic
Urban planning and energy
infrastructure
Integrated Measurement Systems for
Fluid Mechanics Applications
Mathematical Modelling and
Simulation
Energy and Indoor Climate Concepts
for High Performance Buildings
Building Simulation
Mechatronic Softwaretools
Term
CP
W
4
W
4
W/S
4
W
4
S
2
S
W
2
4
Learning Outcomes
One learning outcome is to get basic knowledge of architectural design principles, building construction,
building materials properties and technical building systems in order to better understand their
interdependencies in terms of building energy performance. On the urban level, the understanding of
urban structures including energy supply concepts on different scales as well as urban planning processes
is in focus. Further, the capability to evaluate different design concepts and planning strategies in terms
of technical system integration, energy efficiency and sustainability is trained. Finally, the knowledge of
different modelling techniques and the capability to apply the offered software packages for simulating
the building performance in terms of energy and indoor comfort is fostered.
Content
This course introduces into design concepts as well as innovative technologies for high energy efficiency
and renewable energy use in buildings. Emphasis is put on integrated solutions showing the interaction
between space concept, construction principle, materiality, technical equipment and building energy
performance. Besides the view on single buildings, aspects of urban planning with regard to energy
infrastructure and sustainable development of urban quarters will be tackled, seeking possible answers
on the question about the role of buildings and cities in tomorrow’s overall energy system on different
scales.
Two introductory lectures – ’Design, Construction and Technical Systems of Buildings’ and ’Urban
Planning and Energy Infrastructure’– provide necessary fundamentals for students without architectural
background. This is followed by a lecture on ’Energy Concepts and Technologies for High Performance
Buildings’ which focuses exclusively on energy optimized building. It shows how the design strategy and
the choice of appropriate technical systems can open the way towards net zero energy buildings. The
seminar on ’Building Simulation’ enables to experience the influence of different building and system
parameters on the overall building energy performance, practicing with different simulation platforms.
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Nuclear and Fusion Technology
ID
Course
Term
CP
2170460
Nuclear Power Plant Technology
Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities
I
Radiation Protection I: Ionising
Radiation
Reactor Safety I: Fundamentals
CFD for Power Engineering
Mathematical Modelling and
Simulation
Ten Lectures on Turbulence
Fundamentals of reactor safety for the
operation and dismantling of nuclear
power plants
Nuclear Power and Reaction
Technology
Nuclear Fusion Technology
Heat Transfer in Nuclear Reactors
S
4
W
3
W
3
S
S
4
4
W
4
W
4
W
4
W
6
W
S
4
4
19435
23271
2189465
2130910
0109400
2189904
2190465
2130921
2189920
2189907
Learning Outcomes
The students will learn to understand and apply the basic principles of nuclear reactor design, including
the key technologies of core design and design of nuclear safety systems, and will be introduced to a
number of additional technologies needed to convert nuclear power to electricity. Among these are
the production and recycling of nuclear fuel, the handling of radioactive material, the design of nuclear
power plants as well as an outlook to the alternative technology of nuclear fusion. The courses are
mainly application oriented, corresponding with the needs of the nuclear industry, which are vendors,
suppliers and utilities operating nuclear power plants.
Content
Nuclear power plants are contributing around 14% of the world-wide electricity production at competitive
costs without emissions of greenhouse gases. More than 60 nuclear power plants are currently under
construction and more than 150 ones are planned to be built. The courses on nuclear power will cover
a wide range of technologies needed to design and operate such nuclear power plants.
The first semester will start with an introduction to the technologies of pressurized water reactors and
boiling water reactors as well as to the physics of radioactive decay and nuclear fission. These courses
will be accompanied by courses on mathematical modeling, on thermal-hydraulics and nuclear safety,
as well as on the chemistry of the nuclear fuel cycle, which in total provide a solid basis for the specialized
courses on nuclear technologies offered in the second semester.
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These latter courses will go deeper into the reactor core design, including the neutron physics which
are responsible for the fission chain reaction, the heat removal from the fuel rods by the coolant flow
and the assessment methods for the safety performance of these challenging power plants. Moreover,
nuclear power is not only available from natural uranium. The spent fuel can be recycled through the
conversion of uranium to plutonium, for which we need fast reactors and a closed nuclear fuel cycle,
which is subject of two further courses in the second semester.
Last but not least, there are complementary but still important courses offered on radiation protection
and on the decommissioning and dismantling of nuclear facilities, as well as on computational fluid
dynamics, which are not based on the learning outcome of other courses. Moreover, a lecture on nuclear
fusion technology will introduce to a new and most innovative domain of nuclear power technologies.
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Energy Economics and Informatics
ID
Course
Term
CP
2590458
Computational Economics
Nature-inspired Optimization
Methods
Mathematical Modelling and
Simulation
Modern Software Tools in Power
Engineering
Efficient Energy Systems and Electric
Mobility
Basics of Liberalised Energy Markets
Energy Systems Analysis
Fundamentals of Energy Technology
W
5
S
5
W
4
S
6
S
3.5
W
W
S
3.5
3
8
2511106
0109400
2199119
2581006
2581998
2581002
3190923
Learning Outcomes
The courses provide students with a basic comprehension of the different approaches of informatics,
especially used in energy economics. Furthermore, the students will obtain an overview of the current
trends in the fields of energy technology and liberalized energy markets.
Content
Within this specialization, two disciplines converge by the use of computer based simulation models to
analyse complex energy systems. To realize this, the lectures will focus on the one hand on optimization
problems which are solved to optimality or approximately by using heuristics. On the other hand, the
lectures provide an overview of the most central topics in the field of energy economics at present,
namely energy efficiency and electric mobility, energy markets, energy resources and technologies as
well as political framework conditions.
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Renewable Energy and Energy Storage
ID
Course
Term
CP
5072
9091
2161224
22325
2157451
23745
Batteries and Fuel Cells
Geothermal Energy I
Machine Dynamics
Energy from Biomass
Wind and Hydropower
Solar Energy
Mathematical Modelling and
Simulation
Geothermal Energy II
Machine Dynamics II
Chemical Energy Storage
Mechatronic Softwaretools
Hydrogen as Energy Carrier
Solar Thermal Energy Systems
W
W
S
W
W
W
3
4
5
3
4
6
W
4
S
W
W
W
W
W
4
4
3
4
0109400
2199130
2162220
2199125
2161217
Sp-STES
3
Learning Outcomes
The courses provide students with a basic comprehension of the different approaches of “Renewable
Energies” and “Energy Storage Technologies”.
• The underlying physical, geological, physico-chemical and technological concepts for wind, solar,
geothermal, hydro- and biomass power plants and energy conversion and energy storage ranging
from hydro-power-plants and batteries to power to gas and other unconventional energy storage
technologies
• “Green footprint” of the technologies
• Risk and Risk Reduction strategies
A profound knowledge of different technologies in a holistic view is the main outcome of the courses.
This includes the quantitative understanding of underlying processes and mechanisms as well as the
ability to implement state of the art technologies.
Content
The growing population on our planet as well as the successful development of economies leads to
a fast rising energy demand and need of reducing environmental impact of power systems. So called
“Renewable Energies” such as wind power, solar power, geothermal energy, hydropower or bio-energy
have the potential to deliver sustainable Energy on windy and sunny days or as base-load energy,
respectively. Without storage of energy, a transformation to energy system with low environmental
impact seems rather complicated. With this in mind, the courses are designed for a deeper understanding
of the underlying concepts and processes of different “Renewable Technologies” and “Energy Storage
Concepts”. Physical, geological, physico-chemical and technological aspects as well as simulation
strategies for the different technologies are therefore in the focus of the lectures.
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Utility Facilities
ID
Course
Term
CP
22601
22516
Chemical Technology of Water
Thermal Waste Treatment
High Temperature Process
Engineering
Chemical Fuels
Transport and Storage of Chemical
Energy Carriers
Laboratory Work in Combustion
Technology
Membrane Separation in Water
Treatment
W
W
4
3
S
4
S
4
S
4
S
4
W
4
22533
2199115
22332
22531
22605
Learning Outcomes
• To enable the students to operate public utilities for gas and water supply, waste treatment and
disposal
• To provide a multidisciplinary approach to the planning, process engineering and management
aspects of such utilities
• To enable the students to integrate regional requirements, while taking into account the long-range
preservation of the environment
Content
The main subject “Utility Facilities” is a multidisciplinary approach to the planning and management,
as well as to the process engineering aspects, of public utilities for gas, water and waste treatment
and disposal. The courses have components in natural sciences, advanced and appropriate technology,
socio-economics and management.
Courses dealing with the application of basic principles of engineering, especially problems of a
municipal utility company, will be offered. Because these municipal companies concern the utilization
of water or fuels, special courses in drinking water preparation (water treatment as separation, oxidation,
biodegradation, disinfection and membrane technology) and transport and storage of chemical energy
carriers (e.g. gas grid, transportation and storage of gaseous fuels), will also be offered. In order to cover
municipal companies for thermal waste treatment, special courses in technical systems for thermal
waste treatment (i.e. grate furnace, rotary kiln, fluidized bed, pyrolysis / gasification technology) and the
technology of high temperature process engineering, dealing with the generation of high temperatures
and the heat transfer mechanisms at high temperatures, will be offered, too.
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Técnico Lisboa
Since its creation in 1911, Instituto Superior Técnico is the largest and
most reputed school of Engineering, Science and Technology and
Architecture in Portugal. At IST, we aim to give our students and alumni
the education and the knowledge tools to improve, to change and to
shape society through science, technology, and entrepreneurship. We
provide top quality higher education, strongly exposed to Research,
Development and Innovation (RD&I) activities, immersing our students
in an exciting and global environment geared towards solving the
challenges of the XXIst Century.
Vision
IST is working to be, in a near future, one of the top twenty European Schools of Engineering, Science and
Technology by attracting and nurturing talent, which will work in a global, international and culturally
diverse environment, with an efficient management, modern infrastructures and a holistic qualitybased culture, with the goal of fostering, through science, technology, and innovation, the impact in
society of our global community of students, alumni, faculty and staff. IST is constantly expanding the
international visibility and the conditions to foster the internationalization of the activities with the goal
of establishing IST as a global player in Higher Education. The action lines cover the different dimensions
of internationalization, strengthening the ability to attract international students, exposing our staff to
be the best international standards, and positioning in the international landscape to take advantage of
the competitive institutional key advantages.
Today’s IST is recognized as a Great School of Engineering, Architecture, Science & Technology, in Portugal
and worldwide. IST is involved in some of the most prestigious RD&I and technology transfer institutions
in Portugal, with remarkable impact internationally at many scientific and technological domains. A vast
number of courses in cutting-edge engineering areas, at undergraduate, Master and Doctoral levels, are
nowadays offer at IST. IST is also actively involved in several networks and international programmes to
promote student mobility, both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Through a large number of
agreements with other institutions worldwide, IST participates in more than 20 Dual Master programmes,
and joint PhD programmes, in particular with MIT, CMU, UT-Austin and EPFL.
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Module: Common
ID
Course
Economics and Energy Markets
Energy Management
Decision Support Models
Term
W
W
S
CP
6
4.5
6
Module: Free
ID
Course
Public Policies for Energy
Analysis and Synthesis of Algorithms
Project Risk Evaluation and
Management
Economics
Fundamentals of Operations Research
Marketing Management
Commercial and Strategic
Management
Environmental Impacts
Natural and Technological Risks
Industrial Safety and Health
Embedded Computational Systems
Ambient Intelligence
Environmental and Sustainability
Challenges in Engineering
Technology Based Entrepreneurship
Engineering Economics
Innovation and Sustainable
Development
Any course from those available at IST
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CP
W
S
6
6
S
4.5
S
S
S
6
4.5
6
S
6
S
S
S
S
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4.5
4.5
6
6
7.5
W
1.5
W/S
W
6
6
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Module: Dissertation
ID
Course
Master Thesis in Energy Engineering
and Management
Project in Energy Engineering and
Management
Term
CP
W/S
30
W
12
Fuels
Harmonization (Fuels)
ID
Course
Transport Phenomena I
Electronic Fundamentals
Instrumentation and Measurement
Fluid Mechanics I
Chemical and Biological Process
Engineering
Chemical Thermodynamics
Chemical Reaction Engineering I
Catalysis and Catalytic Processes
Hydraulics I
Multiphase System Operations
Organic Chemistry
Geologic Resources
Electric and Electromechanical
Systems
Thermodynamics and Transport
Phenomena
Energy and Mass Transfer
Técnico Lisboa
Term
CP
W/S
W/S
W/S
W
6
6
7.5
6
W/S
4.5
W/S
S
W
S
S
S
S
6
4.5
6
6
4.5
6
6
S
6
S
6
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Specialization (Fuels)
ID
Course
Biofuels
Oil and Gas
Alternative Fuels
Stochastic Modelling of Oil Reservoirs
Chemical Engineering Laboratory III
Combustion
Petroleum Refining
Process Synthesis and Integration
Waste to Energy
Term
W
W
S
S
S
S
W
S
W
CP
6
6
6
6
3
6
6
6
6
Complementary (Fuels)
ID
Course
Production and Demand of Electric
Energy
Catalysis and Catalytic Processes
Air Pollution and Treatment of
Gaseous Effluents
Sustainable Development, Energy and
Environment
Engineering Management Projects
Logistics Management & Operations
Energy Systems Optimization
Industrial Processes Automation
Project Appraisal
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CP
W
6
W
6
S
4.5
W
6
S
S
S
W
W
6
6
6
6
6
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Energy Conversion
Harmonization (Energy Conversion)
ID
Course
Transport Phenomena I
Electronic Fundamentals
Instrumentation and Measurement
Fluid Mechanics I
Electric and Electromechanical
Systems
Combustion
Hydraulics I
Fluid Mechanics II
Hydraulics II
Electrical and Servicing Systems
Thermodynamics and Transport
Phenomena
Energy and Mass Transfer
Term
CP
W/S
W/S
W/S
W
6
6
7.5
6
W/S
6
S
S
S
W
S
6
6
6
6
7.5
S
6
S
6
Specialization (Energy Conversion)
ID
Course
Electrical Machines
Production and Demand of Electric
Energy
Internal Combustion Engines
Thermal Equipments
Nuclear Reactors
Hydropower
Renewable Sources and Distributed
Power Generation
Electrochemistry and Energy
Turbomachinery
Técnico Lisboa
Term
CP
W
6
W/S
6
W
S
W/S
W
6
6
6
6
S
6
S
S
6
6
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Complementary (Energy Conversion)
ID
Course
Nuclear Energy
Engineering Management Projects
Energy Systems Optimization
Air Pollution and Treatment of
Gaseous Effluents
Propulsion
Industrial Processes Automation
Air-Conditioning in Buildings
Sustainable Development, Energy and
Environment
Energy in Transports
Industrial Refrigeration
Waste to Energy
Computational Fluid Mechanics (MFC)
Logistics Management & Operations
Project Appraisal
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Term
CP
S
S
S
6
6
6
S
4.5
S
W
W
6
6
6
W
6
W
W
W
W
S
W
4.5
4.5
6
6
6
6
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Energy Efficiency
Harmonization (Energy Efficiency)
ID
Course
Transport Phenomena I
Electronic Fundamentals
Instrumentation and Measurement
Fluid Mechanics I
Electric and Electromechanical
Systems
Chemical and Biological Process
Engineering
Environmental Design I
Hydrology and Water Resources
Electrical and Servicing Systems
Thermodynamics and Transport
Phenomena
Energy and Mass Transfer
Transport, Land-Use, Energy and
Environment
Hydraulics I
Term
CP
W/S
W/S
W/S
W
6
6
7.5
6
W/S
6
W/S
4.5
S
S
S
6
6
7.5
S
6
S
6
S
6
S
6
Specialization (Energy Efficiency)
ID
Course
Indoor Comfort in Buindings
Water Resources Modelling and
Planning
Process Synthesis and Integration
Pump and Hydro Power Systems
Air-Conditioning in Buildings
Energy in Transports
Built Environment and Impacts
Técnico Lisboa
Term
CP
S
4.5
S
6
S
S
W
W
W
6
6
6
4.5
6
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Complementary (Energy Efficiency)
ID
Course
Production and Demand of Electric
Energy
Urban Mobility Management
Engineering Management Projects
Logistics Management & Operations
Energy Systems Optimization
Industrial Processes Automation
Project Appraisal
Sustainable Development, Energy and
Environment
Renewable Energies
Road Traffic Engineering
Computational Fluid Mechanics (MFC)
Regions and Networks
Term
CP
W
6
S
S
S
S
W
W
4.5
6
6
6
6
6
W
6
W
W
W
W
6
4.5
6
6
Nuclear Energy
Harmonization (Nuclear Energy)
ID
Course
Transport Phenomena I
Electronic Fundamentals
Hydraulics II
Instrumentation and Measurement
Fluid Mechanics I
Electric and Electromechanical
Systems
Nuclear Physics
Quantum Structure of Matter
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Term
CP
W/S
W/S
W
W/S
W
6
6
6
7.5
6
W/S
6
S
S
6
6
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ID
Course
Hydraulics I
Fluid Mechanics II
Thermodynamics and Transport
Phenomena
Energy and Mass Transfer
Term
CP
S
S
6
6
S
6
S
6
Specialization (Nuclear Energy)
ID
Course
Nuclear Reactors
Radiation Physics and Technology
Radiological Safety and Protection
Nuclear Fission and Fusion
Technologies
Nuclear Instrumentation Techniques
Material Science for Nuclear
Technologies
Term
CP
W
S
S
6
6
6
S
6
S
6
W
6
Complementary (Nuclear Energy)
ID
Course
Engineering Management Projects
Project Appraisal
Energy Systems Optimization
Logistics Management & Operations
Sustainable Development, Energy and
Environment
Structural Dynamics and Earthquake
Engineering
Industrial Processes Automation
Técnico Lisboa
Term
CP
S
W
S
S
6
6
6
6
W
6
W
4.5
W
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Harmonization (Renewable Energy)
ID
Course
Transport Phenomena I
Electronic Fundamentals
Instrumentation and Measurement
Fluid Mechanics I
Electric and Electromechanical
Systems
Combustion
Hydraulics I
Electrical and Servicing Systems
Thermodynamics and Transport
Phenomena
Energy and Mass Transfer
Term
CP
W/S
W/S
W/S
W
6
6
7.5
6
W/S
6
S
S
S
6
6
7.5
S
6
S
6
Specialization (Renewable Energy)
ID
Course
Hydropower
Biofuels
Wave Energy
Electrochemistry and Energy
Renewable Sources and Distributed
Power Generation
Electrical Machines
Marine Current & Tidal Energy
Pump and Hydro Power Systems
Renewable Energies
Turbomachinery
Offshore Wind Energy
Photovoltaic Solar Energy
Solar Thermal Energy
Power System Network Analysis
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Term
CP
W
W
S
S
6
6
6
6
S
6
W
S
S
W
S
S
W
W
W
6
6
6
4.5
6
6
6
6
6
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Complementary (Renewable Energy)
ID
Course
Project Appraisal
Renewable Energy Resources
Power Electronics for Renewable
Energy
Engineering Management Projects
Logistics Management & Operations
Energy Systems Optimization
Air Pollution and Treatment of
Gaseous Effluents
Industrial Processes Automation
Sustainable Development, Energy and
Environment
Production and Demand of Electric
Energy
Waste to Energy
Técnico Lisboa
Term
CP
W
S
6
6
S
6
S
S
S
6
6
6
S
4.5
W
6
W
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Grenoble Institute of Technology
The Grenoble Institute of Technology is one of Europe‘s
leading technology universities, at the heart of innovation
from more than a century.
Grenoble Institute of Technology is involved in major
development projects such as Minatec, or the Minalogic
(micro and nanotechnology and embedded software)
and TEneRRDIS (renewable energy) industrial clusters.
With its solid combination of teaching, research and
business promotion, Grenoble Institute of Technology
plays a key role in making Grenoble one of the most attractive scientific and industrial locations
worldwide. With 38 laboratories, some of which are shared with the CNRS (French national scientific
research centre) and the other three Grenoble universities, research is one of Grenoble Institute of
Technology‘s strengths.
Right from the outset, created to meet the needs of industrial groups in the Grenoble area, Grenoble
Institute of Technology has developed its engineering courses and programs in close relationship with
industry, and has a well-developed business promotion policy.
International cooperation
International cooperation has always been a priority for Grenoble Institute of Technology, developing
programs alongside renowned technology universities in Europe, North and South America and Asia.
The Institute is proud to host research and teaching fellows and students from right across the world,
and to encourage its students and staff to travel abroad to work in partner universities or do internships
in foreign companies.
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General (Obligatory)
ID
Course
Computational Fluid Dynamics for the
Design of Energy Systems
Engineering Optimization for the
Design of Energy Systems
Term
CP
W
5
W
5
Multidisciplinary Project
W
7
French
W
2.5
Energy in Buildings
ID
Course
Energy Efficiency in Buildings
Convective Heat Transfer
Term
W
W
CP
5
5
Renewable Energy and Energy Storage
ID
Course
Hydraulic Turbomachinery
Renewable Marine Energies
Thermodynamics of Machines
Gasification
Combustion
Electrical Energy and Hydrogen Vector
Storage
Embedded Energy Systems
Grenoble Institute of Technology
Term
CP
W
W
W
W
W
5
5
5
2.5
2.5
W
7.5
W
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Uppsala University
Quality, knowledge, and creativity since 1477
World-class research and first-rate education of global use to society,
business, and culture.
• Uppsala University’s goals:
• Conduct research and provide education of the highest quality.
• Be broad-minded and open to change.
• Take an active role in global society and promote development and
innovation.
• Strengthen its position as a world-leading university and contribute to a better world.
Uppsala University is the oldest university in the Nordic countries, with a living cultural environment and
fantastic student life. There are 40,000 students here, and they are seen, heard, and noticed everywhere.
World-class research and high quality education pursued here benefit society and business on a global
level. The University is characterized by diversity and breadth, with international frontline research at
nine faculties and limitless educational offerings at undergraduate and master levels.
• One the world’s 100 highest ranked universities
• International orientation and position
• Peer culture of quality review and academic freedom
• Diversity and breadth – research and education in nine faculties
• Broad educational offerings at undergraduate and one- and two-year master’s levels
• International master’s programmes
• Student exchange and research cooperation with universities throughout the world
• Key collaborative partner for business and society
• Active, systematic quality improvements
• Superbly equipped, purpose-designed, modern, interdisciplinary campus areas
• Oldest university in the Nordic countries with living cultural settings
• Fantastic student life
• Academic traditions and festivities
• Unique cultural offerings
• Carl Linnaeus, Anders Celsius, and Olof Rudbeck are some of the famous historical Uppsala figures.
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General
ID
1TE710
1TE709
Course
Innovation Project in Energy
Technology
(including module in Innovation and
Entrepreneurship)
Degree Project in Energy Technology
Term
CP
W
10
S
30
Decentralized Power Supply and Grid Integration
ID
1TE700
1TE690
1TE673
Course
Power System Analysis
Electric Power Measurement
Technique
Inverter Design with Applications
Term
CP
W
10
W
5
W
5
Energy in Buildings
ID
1TE711
1TE714
Uppsala University
Course
Technologies and Systems for
Low-Energy Buildings
Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings
Term
CP
W
5
W
5
45
www.kic-innoenergy.com
Energy Economics and Informatics
ID
1TE713
1TE712
Course
Electricity markets course
Economical Aspects on Solar Energy
Term
W
W
CP
5
5
Renewable Energy and Energy Storage
ID
1TE028
1TE029
1KB765
1KB270
1TE678
1TE065
46
Course
Solar Energy - Technology and
Systems
Hydroelectric Power - Technology and
Systems
Hydrogen and Batteries in the Energy
System
Batteries and Storage
Solar Energy Technologies for
Electricity Production
Generator Design
Term
CP
W
10
W
10
W
10
W
5
W
5
W
10
Uppsala University

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