This programme has been planned in response to a need in Industry for a masters degree programme that addresses the technology of sustaibale electrical energy systems and the issues sorrounding their integration into elactrical power systems. The main themes covered are:elactrical power systems analysis, renewable electrical energy technology, power electronics, distributed generation, energy markets and global issues surrounding the supply and demand of energy. The programme is aimed at graduate engineers who would like to continue their studies and at engineers who are currently working in the elactrical/electronic and related industries who would like to move into an engineering role in the electrical energy systems area. Course Content
The programme consists of 12 taught modules and a project. Modules are delivered through a mixture of lecture, assignments and laboratory work, e-learning and problem based learning by academics and industrial experts.
Research Methods Entrepreneurship Statistical Analysis Innovation and Knowldged Managemnt Power Electronic Energy Conversion Systems DSP Platforms Wind Energy for Electricity Supply Renewable Energy Technologies Embedded Generation Power Systems Analysis 1 Power Systems Analysis 2 Energy Supply
Gas & Electricity Markets
The project module requires completion of a project and diseertation. Work based projects are encouraged.
A minimum Second Class Honours accredited degree (2.2 grade or higher) in Electrical or Electronic Engineering or a minimum Second Class Honours accredited degree (2.2 grade or higher) in a related engineering discipline e.g. mechanical, mechatronic or energy enegineering. Non-standard applications: Applicants holding a qualification or combination of qualifications deemded by the Institute as being of equivalant standard to the above when taken in conjunction with relavnt work experience may also be considered.
10 May 2017
Recipient: Dublin Institute of Technology
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