This system integration as well as the conception and design of the required new technologies are considered in the course of studies Energy System Technology. In addition to further engineering fundamentals, the elective area can be used to expand the system-wide overview or to set one’s own focal points.
The majority of the studies offer the opportunity to set their own focus in the area of storage, machines and grids and regenerative generation plants. Alternatively, a broad study is possible in order to expand the system overview. In the third semester, a project work is also prepared together with fellow students in which practical questions are dealt with. The degree is completed with the master thesis as an independent scientific work, which can be written both at the university in the context of research projects and in industry.
The core modules:
- Engineering Mathematics
- Heat transfer; high temperature technology
- Control engineering
- Electrical energy distribution and regenerative energy technology
- Electricity industry and energy law
- Storage technologies
- Machines and nets
- Regenerative plants
- Project work
- Master’s thesis