In our activities we combine work at systems/components level with detailed studies of the energy conversion process. The research is often conducted in collaboration with companies, governmental organizations, policy makers and other interested parties and, perhaps first and foremost, together with colleagues from industry, various universities and research institutes.
Our research and education combine science with industrial experience and practice. Our engineers and research results create a sustainable future.
We offer a varied range of courses covering anything from basic thermodynamic processes to more advanced applications. Our courses are chiefly aimed at students in the Sustainable Energy Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Climate Physics Engineering and Electrification Master Programme, but they can also be studied by other students with a suitable educational background.
Research on the subject is divided into the areas of:
Thermochemical conversion processes: in the area, the research is targeted at production of fuels, materials, electricity and heat through combustion, gasification and pyrolysis of fuels.
Ionic liquids for energy applications: the long term goal of our research within the area is to understand, simulate and evaluate ionic liquids for different applications, e.g. gas separation & -conversion, batteries, absorption cycles, etc.
Energy efficiency: in the area, we study aspects related to energy efficiency at component, process and system level, with focus in particular on buildings and industry.
Energy system analysis: within the area, the research is targeted at the transition to a sustainable future, including but not limited to, studies related to new technologies, process integration and policy measures, as well as to overall energy systems aspect on local, urban, national and supranational level.