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In this section you will find a list of all the master theses that have been done concerning Technology for Global Development.

If you want to see the theses, you can look for them in the web site of the TU/e Library, by clicking here

If you would like to receive a copy of one of the above indicated M.Sc. theses, please contact:

Department of Technology, Development and Globalization Studies

Eindhoven University of Technology
IPO 2.02
PO Box 513
5600 MB Eindhoven
The Netherlands 

MSc. Theses in the Field of Technology for Global Development


19.05:  Nataraj Balasubramanian: Studying Sustainable Transitions Achieved Through Cross-sector Collaboration in Underserved Contexts

19.04:  Sasinipha Chucherd: Pathways towards sustainability: An analysis of Bangkok’s public transportation system through sustainability assessment and niche explorations.

19.03:  Paul Bierling: The potential of hybrid floating pv-hydropower plants in Vietnam. An energy justice perspective.  

19.02:  Tanai Potisat: Successful governance of mini-grids: A perspective from community-based island electrification in Thailand.

19.01:  Merlijn Borneman: An investigation of the sustainability trade-offs of the cocoa supply chain connecting the Netherlands with the main and most interesting cocoa supplying countries (Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire and Ecuador) between circa 1975-2015." roromrom


18.03   Micky van Gemert: The Influence of contextual factors on “last-mile” distribution models for solar home system distributors in East Africa

18.02:  Santiago Angel Nieto: Barriers and solutions to scale up green microfinance, Insights from a case study in Colombia

18.01:  Mercedes Fuentes Velasco:Use of Mangrove Wood as a Raw Material for Renewable Energy; Case Study on a Small Island in Indonesia


17.08:  Britte Bouchaut: Rural Sanitation Facilities and Quality of Life: A mixed methods analysis of the contribution of Safe Water Gardens to the Quality of Life in Bintan, Indonesia

17.07:  Benedicte van Houtert: Cultural differences hampering turning e-waste to gold in Africa: Intercultural cooperation for sustainable handling of e-waste in sub Saharan Africa

17.06:  Arturo Daniel Salinas Galvan: Drivers of Stove Stacking in the Cooking System: A case stuy on the Adoption of Advanced Clean Cookingstoves in Northern Vietnam

17.05: Muhammad Husni Mubarok: Capacities and Accountabilities of Stakeholders in Indonesia’s Rural Electrification Program. A view from Responsible Innovation and Learning Approaches.

17.04:  Laura Wong Sagel: Women interaction with biogas technologies in rural areas. A case study in Narino and Huila, Colombia

17.03   Jiayi Zeng: When micro-grids meet the central grid: The emergence of grid interconnection as innovation to address the realibility issue of rural electrification

17.02 :  Ana Gabriela Dávila Gavilanes: Feasibility Analysis of Electric Road Transportation. Introduction in Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands.

17.01 Ellen Hoefsloot: Buying into the Kenyan solar market; Exploring user perspectives on investing in solar electricity


16.05 Mutia Prabawati: Sustainability of rural electrification projects: Case Study of Private Sector Intervention in Indonesia.

16.04 Si Liu: Jatropha Biofuel Development in Cultivation And Processing In China from 2007 to 2012: A Field Study.

16.03 Rodrigo González López: Identifying enabling and hindering factors to design better business models for rural electrification: Rural Uganda case study.

16.02 Hasna Afifah: Evaluation of State-Sponsored Rural Electrification Project in Indonesia: A case study of Pengantap Hamlet, West Nusa Tenggara and lessons from process and learning-based approach.

16.01 Joaquin Corella Puente: Augmenting the SNM framework as a practical tool for sustainable innovation in the South. Design and implementation of technologies for small-scale farmers in Northern Mexico.


15.03 Jonathan Rodriguez Polit: Exploration of the User-Value of Rural Electrification through Solar Home Systems in Southwestern Uganda: A Case Study.

 15.02 Mara van Welie: NGOs’ transformative approaches. Exploring how Cordaid can contribute to a fundamental change of the sanitation system in urban informal settlements in low-income countries.

15.01 Peter Kuin:No view from nowhere; studying diverging stakeholders’ framework to reduce conflict over water resources in Loitokitok


14.06 Eric Gold: Minimizing implementation failure in rural energy projects in development. A responsible innovation approach.

14.05 Bipashyee Ghosh: Sustainability appraisal of emerging trajectories in solar photovoltaic and urban systems in India and Thailand. A multi-criteria mapping analysis.

14.04 Ariane Biemond: African Cotton Production in Transition; requirements for achieving a breakthrough of sustainable cultivation in the Ethiopian cotton sector.

14.03 Iliana Lykissa: A socio-technical evaluation of Solar Home Systems in Uganda: A case study with SolarNow.

14.02 Benedikt Wirmer: A functional approach to guide sustainable innovations in the sanitation chain. Malawi.

14.01 Maro Roussou: The application of participatory methods to co-develop sustainable solutions for domestic hot water and filtration of grey water. Promotion of effective participation of an indigenous school in rural Mexico.


13.07 Joep de Boer: Building a brickmakers’ cooperative in Lubuk Alung, Indonesia; an analysis of justifications and conflict situations emerging in the process of building the cooperative.

13.06 Julian Vargas Talavera: Exploring the potential of small biodigesters for electricity production in developing countries. A multi-level analysis on possible adoption in Uganda and Bolivia.

13.05 Sander Dikken: Socio-economic assessment of niche opportunities for sustainable fish- and shellfish cultivation with micro algae. Cases in the Netherlands and Tanzania.

13.04 Joosje Oosterbaan: Housing towards prosperity: an actor-network analysis of the enactment of an urban redevelopment policy and grassroots vision in the Beetham a neighbourhood of Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.

13.03 Roché Mahomedradja: The role of expectations and the societal impact regarding the use of Jatropha as a biofuel feedstock: Insights from India in pursuit of a biodiesel industry.

13.02 Kristine van Tubergen: Partnering up in Base of Pyramid projects.

13.01 Martijn Pastoors: Jatrophamania: A multi-perspective evaluation of Jatropha initiatives in Tanzania and Lombok, Indonesia.