Industrial Energy Technology
In the master's programme, students will study the compulsory subjects:
- Energy supply
- Energy use
- Energy process technology
- Energy management
and will also need to write a Masters thesis and complete industrial placements related to their chosen subjects.
The Masters programme aims to provide:
- Fundamental skills and competences in energy technology and specialist knowledge in theory, methodology and industrial applications as well as economic thinking??
- Scientific and practical intensification in the field of energy technology, with particular emphasis on the application and use of these skills
- Comprehensive problem solving skills in the areas mentioned in the field of sustainable energy technology
- The skills to implement innovative, function- and cost-optimised solutions for technical problems that are also environment-friendly
- An overview and the combination of single disciplines by integrating a range of comprehensive interdisciplinary fields
Qualifications profile and typical fields of activity
There is high demand for energy technology engineers with extensive knowledge in industry all over the world. In general, the industrial energy technology programme is designed to allow you to work in any position with a technical focus on research, approach development, product development, production, planning, distribution, commissioning, service and maintenance as well as to operate facilities and plants as a specialist, take up a leading position in a project group or even be part of executive management.
Fields of activity include:
- General energy supply in industry, with a particular focus on sustainability and environmental impact
- Development and supply of renewable and alternative energy resources
- Energy conversion and industrial energy use with high efficiency
- Development and utilisation of innovative energy technologies
- Energy networks
- Economical and ecological evaluation of energy efficiency and supply optimisation
- Energy management
- Energy-orientated, sustainable distribution and planning operations