Chalmers University of Technology

  Chalmers University of Technology Copyright: E.ON ERC

Chalmers University of Technology was founded in 1829. It is ranked among the top 100 Engineering Universities in the world. Chalmers is highly focused on research and a practical learning approach. The University includes eight main research areas: Built Environment, Energy, Information and Communication Technology, Life Science, Materials Science, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Production and Transport. The students going to Chalmers University could help researchers in the fields of electrical systems e.g. wind energy applications as well as electrical systems for renewable power production and electric vehicles.

 
Institutes at RWTH Aachen University Research Facility of Partner University Possible Research Areas
ACS - E.ON ERC Department of Electrical Engineering - High Voltage Engineering Introducing polymeric materials into electric insulation systems, measurement techniques for diagnosing insulation condition
Department of Computer Science and Engineering - Networks and Systems Division Distributed computing and systems, system security
EBC - E.ON ERC Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering - Building Services Engineering Reduced use of energy in buildings, solar energy applications, energy efficiency
FCN - E.ON ERC Department of Space, Earth and Environment - Energy and Environment

Climate change mitigation strategies, energy systems modeling, technology assessment, policy analysis

Department of Industrial and Materials Science - Design & Human Factors

Technology use and adoption, human-machine systems, sustainability and everyday life, user experience

PGS - E.ON ERC Department of Electrical Engineering

Electrical systems, wind energy applications, electrical systems within electrified vehicles, power electronics, electrical machine parts, sustainable electric power production, electrical systems for renewable power production, hybrid electric vehicles

ISEA Department of Electrical Engineering Electrical systems, wind energy applications, electrical systems within electrified vehicles
Institut für Energie- und Klimaforschung - FZ Jülich Department of Physics - Materials and Surface Theory

Condensed-matter theory, computational physics, materials physics, surfaces physics, computer simulations

IFHT High voltage technology
WSA Carbon Capture and Storage