Department of Electric Power Engineering

- Electric power for the future

The Department of Electric Power Engineering is among the international leaders for teaching and research within its field. Strong-point areas include energy technology, energy consumption and energy planning.

LynThe Department of Electric Power Engineering is among the international leaders for teaching and research within its field. Strong-point areas include energy technology, energy consumption and energy planning.

The Department contributes to research and teaching at graduate (master's) and doctoral (PhD) levels within its field. As a result, it makes a significant contribution to developing new methods and new technology for efficient and environmentally friendly energy systems.

The Department has a key role in the development of the interdisciplinary Energy and Environment engineering programme at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The Department with partners have made this into a high quality professional programme that is tailored to the needs of Norwegian energy utilities and industry.

A major research objective is the further development of environmentally friendly electrical energy technology.

The Department has a range of up-grading and post-graduate courses that cover the key disciplines. These courses are used for systematic staff updating by both energy supply companies and industry.

Applications from international students: Please note that all applications, whether for programmes of study or single courses, are handled by NTNU's Office of International Relations. We therefore ask prospective students to contact the Office of International Relations for information relevant to applying for studies at NTNU. Applicants who need to apply for visa or residence permit in Norway, should apply through the Office of International Relations. The application deadline is 1 December.

Contact information

Tel.: +47 73 59 42 10
Fax: +47 73 59 42 79

postmottak@elkraft.ntnu.no

http://www.ntnu.edu/elkraft/
 
Visiting address:
  • O. S. Bragstads plass 2E
  • N-7034 Trondheim
Postal address:
  • N-7491 Trondheim

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