Second cycle degree in

Energy engineering

Class: LM-30 - Energy and nuclear engineering

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Class LM-30 - Energy and nuclear engineering
Duration 2 years
Branch Padova
Language English
Tuition fees and scholarships
Programme coordinator DAVIDE DEL COL
Access Open access with admission requirements

Next Calls for applications (international students) - A.Y. 2021/22:

  • 1st Call: 2 November 2020-2 February 2021
  • 2nd Call: 2 March-2 June 2021(non-EU)/2 September (EU) - APPLY NOW

The Master’s Degree programme provides solid skills necessary to operate with management and R&D functions in the sustainable production, distribution and use of energy in its various forms (mechanical, thermal, electrical, chemical). Energy engineers will be able to interact with environmental, economic and regulatory aspects. The programme also prepares professionals in the field of renewable sources and major energy conversions, with in-depth studies on combined plants, cogeneration and nuclear (fusion and fission) plants, energy in buildings, heating and cooling systems. The Programme has received the EUR-ACE accreditation (European Network for the Accreditation of Engineering Education ) that provides a set of standards to identify high-quality Engineering degree programmes in Europe and abroad.

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Characteristics and objectives
The Master's Degree in Energy Engineering trains professionals capable of operating with management or research and development functions in the production, distribution and use of energy in its various forms (mechanical, electrical, thermal, chemical energy). These professionals are also able to assess interactions with environmental, economic and regulatory aspects thanks to an in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge on energy, thermo-fluid dynamics, heat transfer, energy production systems, electrical systems for energy, energy economics, industrial measures and instrumentation, renewable energy.
The course also prepares professionals aimed at specific areas of employment in the field of: renewable sources, with particular attention to machines and plants that use these sources; major energy conversions, with in-depth studies on combined, combined heat and power and nuclear (fusion and fission) plants; civilian and industrial applications, with lessons that specifically address energy in buildings and heating and cooling systems.
The course has the EUR-ACE ? (European Accredited Engineer) Label.

Occupational opportunities
Those who obtain the Master degree will be able to find employment, also with management and coordination functions, in public and private bodies that deal with the production and distribution of energy and fuels, in engineering companies that deal with civil and industrial plant design or environmental impact assessments, in industrial companies where the figure of the energy manager or in any case competence in the sector is required, in local authorities (regions, provinces, municipalities).

  Teaching list

1st Year HEAT TRANSFER AND THERMOFLUID DYNAMICS MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION COMBUSTION ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS LABORATORY OF APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS ENGLISH LANGUAGE B2 (PRODUCTIVE SKILLS) APPLIED ENERGY ENERGY SYSTEMS COGENERATION AND COMBINED PLANTS NUCLEAR FISSION AND FUSION PLANTS PROCESS TECHNOLOGIES FOR CARBON-NEUTRAL FUELS GREEN POWER CONVERSION AND UTILIZATION ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS

Please note that the programme is to be approved