An energy program teaches students about the ways in which the world’s need and demand for power are met. Studies may focus on one particular resource or cover the development of alternatives. Sustainable sources may be explored as well.
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This programme aims to improve students’ competence regarding different types of energetic materials, explosion theory and safety in the chemical industry, and relevant experi ... +
With this Ph.D. program, we train young researchers in the field of sustainable use of resources in the production systems of energy, of buildings, in energy final utilization ... +
The doctoral program in Nuclear Engineering prepares graduates for independent creative research in a wide range of fundamental scientific areas of nuclear and particle physic ... +
The full name of the final degree is Doctor of Philosophy in Energy, Environment and Atmospheric Sciences. The goal of the program is to promote excellence and educate student ... +
The aim of the programme is to prepare the highly qualified scientists of energetics and power engineering for industry and education institutions.
The PhD in Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and their Application is part of the Midlands Energy Consortium and is run in collaboration with the Centre for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research ... +
The Interuniversity Doctorate program in Energy and Marine Propulsion is oriented to the achievement of research capacities in the field of Energy Engineering and to develop m ... +
We offer a phd programme with highly dedicated supervisors, visionary research projects, and team-oriented activities organized in research groups lead by internationally reco ... +
The Doctoral Program in Nuclear Chemistry is intended for graduates of chemistry disciplines of the master course to extend their knowledge, especially of radiochemistry. In i ... +
PhD projects in the area of sustainable energy technology explore how new and renewable technologies may be harnessed at the scale of buildings and the wider built environment ... +