Project proposals at DTU Energy Deadline Posted
Area: København og omegn
Stability study of new emerging solar ce...

Solar energy is the only renewable energy source that in itself can provide for our planets growing energy demand. For solar energy to become more important as...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 30 Jun
Posted: 19 Nov
30 Jun
19 Nov
Area: København og omegn
Solid state batteries

One of the next generation battery technologies is the solid state battery. Research and development of solid state batteries is a fast growing field. Solid state...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 01 Jan
Posted: 02 Nov
01 Jan
02 Nov
Area: København og omegn
Lithium batteries and beyond. In situ po...

What is really going on inside a rechargeable battery? Can we investigate the changes in crystal structure and microstructure during charge and discharge? We...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 01 Dec
Posted: 02 Nov
01 Dec
02 Nov
Area: København og omegn
Catalysts and electrolytes for electrofu...

The faster than predicted price reduction of renewable electricity has led to new business opportunities for industrial exploitation of electrochemistry. It is...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 02 Nov
Posted: 30 Oct
02 Nov
30 Oct
Area: København og omegn
Piezoelectric materials for energy harve...

Challenge: Piezoelectric materials generate surface electrical charge when deformed, and can therefore be used for example to convert human motion into electricity...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 01 Jan
Posted: 27 Oct
01 Jan
27 Oct
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The Department of Energy Conversion and Storage works with education, research and development in functional materials and their use in sustainable energy technologies. We can at any time offer BSc and MSc projects within most of our research areas. 

The listed project titles are only suggestions and may normally be adjusted to the student’s project proposal, or new projects can be set up if the student has a specific interest in one of our research areas.  

The projects may be exclusively theoretical, exclusively experimental – or a combination. If you wish to learn more about the projects, you are welcome to contact the supervisors listed in the project descriptions; alternatively, you can see the department’s contact persons relating to teaching and education here.

PEM Fuel Cells Solid Oxide Fuel Cells PEM Electrolysis Cells Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells Polymer Solar Cells Batteries
           
Ceramic membranes Magnetic Refrigeration Thermoelectric Generators Flue Gas Purification Superconductors Additional Msc projects