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This Masters course deals with sustainable and renewable energy systems and how to apply these successfully to meet future energy requirements. The course has an applied technical approach, using engineering to deal with energy challenges. Students explore how energy systems can be used to work more efficiently. They look at how to optimise energy systems across multiple pathways and scales, increase reliability, reduce cost and minimise the environmental impact of our energy systems.
This course consists of lectures, labs, minor projects and a graduation assignment. You will learn to model and validate systems with multiple inputs and outputs using both white box modelling and system identification. You focus on Sustainable Energy Systems including sustainable technology and Energy System Integration (ESI). You focus on control applications used in industry. Furthermore you can choose modules about Data Analytics or Power Supply.
HAN University of Applied Sciences has two campuses, located in Arnhem and Nijmegen.
Nijmegen is situated on the banks of the river Waal, in the east of The Netherlands, near to the German border, and is the oldest city in Holland - recently celebrating its 2,000th anniversary.
Arnhem, the capital of the province of Gelderland, is only 15km from Nijmegen and lies partially in the hills at the edge of National Park De Veluwe, a striking area of woods and heath. Arnhem is a ‘green’ city, where people take pleasure in living, working and recreation.