Project proposals at DTU Energy Deadline Posted
Area: København og omegn
Designer materials with artificial intel...

When scientists discovered last century how to simulate materials at the atomic scale with mathematical models using computers and predict their properties, a...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 12 Nov
Posted: 11 Nov
12 Nov
11 Nov
Area: København og omegn
New oxides as support for the anode in P...

Electrolysis of water is a convenient way to store energy as hydrogen. The PEM Electrolysis Cell (PEMEC) has many advantages; Compactness, operation in a wide...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Dec
Posted: 29 Oct
31 Dec
29 Oct
Area: København og omegn
Electrochemical reduction of NOx with a ...

In order to reduce the amount of pollutants from i.e. diesel cars several techniques are under development. One of them is an electrochemical reactor, based on...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Dec
Posted: 29 Oct
31 Dec
29 Oct
Area: København og omegn
The Direct Carbon Fuel Cell. Synthesis o...

The Direct Carbon Fuel Cell (DCFC) is a new technology to convert i.e. biomass directly into heat and electricity, which is independent from intermittent sources...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Dec
Posted: 29 Oct
31 Dec
29 Oct
Area: København og omegn
Sensors for SO2 and NO2 detection

IMO, the International Maritime Organization, has continuously worked to reduce the level of NO2 and SO2 emissions from ships to ensure a cleaner environment...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Dec
Posted: 19 Oct
31 Dec
19 Oct
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You can also design your own project

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