PhDs and PDEngs

All participating groups offer a wide range of opportunities for PhD and PDEng students. We cooperate with other partners to offer students the best. Some of these initiatives are:

Smart Buildings and Cities (SB&C)

The SB&C program wants to contribute to the transition towards smart, intelligent and sustainable cities where quality of life is high. The graduates are capable to integrate relevant knowledge in the field of energy and sustainability with a multidisciplinairy approach in a process of Integral Designing to a dedicated, Smart Energy system for the built environment. Based on the specialty, a SB&C designer can contribute to the development of:

  • Intelligent and energy efficient building components and/or
  • Building concepts aimed at the intelligent use of as less as possible energy and/or
  • Energy generation in the built environment, and/or
  • Intelligent networks aimed at the alignment of supply and demand of energy.
  • Investigate strategic development for innovating companies in the field of energy and sustainability.

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PhD program Sustainable Energy Technology

The PhD program Sustainable Energy Technology gives you the opportunity to become an independent researcher in the field of Sustainable Energy Technology.

The PhD program Sustainable Energy Technology gives you the opportunity to become an independent researcher in the field of Sustainable Energy Technology. An in-depth study and research project allow you to further specialize and to focus on the future, your own and that of society.

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KIC InnoEnergy PhD school

The mission of KIC InnoEnergy PhD School is to foster an innovative and entrepreneurial culture in its graduates that enhances their market value when they become employed. The programme is designed for doctoral candidates who have and seek technical excellence, nurturing their drive for innovation, business creation and entrepreneurship (I&BE). Its principle goals are to encourage a mind set for innovation and entrepreneurship in a European academic environment, and to build a European network that links research and education in sustainable energy with both the technical needs of the industry and with society at large.

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