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Master of Science in Electrical Engineering for smart grids and buildings

Course Description

The Smart Grids and Buildings master is a 20 month full time 120 ECTS state-of-art technical training in smart energy management in buildings and power grids. It takes into account economics as well as societal and cultural aspects in these areas. Students graduating from the master will have gained expertise in managing the full energy chain (production, distribution, use) while taking into account the environmental and societal aspects. The objective is to train top students to be able to take up the challenges associated with the new energy order and landscape. Student will receive a solid engineering know-how with economics and social skills.
These are the classes for the program:

Semester 1 (November - January) 17 ECTS
Integration, intensive french courses and participation in cultural activities.
Upgrades and electricity qualification

Semester 2 (February - May) 30 ECTS
Economy, standards and environment
Data processing
Process and energetic vectors
Energy uses and systems

(June - July) 13 ECTS
Research project in a laboratory

Semester 3 (September - January) 30 ECTS
Economy and society
ICT monitoring and control
Conversion and storage
Building option
Urban energetics
Optimization, instrumentation and control
Grid option
Distribution and transmission networks
Autonomous power grids

Semester 4 (February-June) 30 ECTS
Master thesis in an industrial firm or research laboratory in France or elsewhere

Entry Requirements

Bachelor degree in either Science (BSc) or Engineering (BEng) including courses in electrical Engineering

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Recipient: Grenoble Institute of Technology

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