Master's Degree Programme, 2 years, Trondheim

Resources, Energy and Environment

– Specialization
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The specialization in Resources, Energy and Environment covers the processes and industrial aspects of production of metals from their stable oxides. This includes high temperature production, electrolysis and recycling of metals, as well as environmental and energy related issues. Industrial production of light metals, silicon and ferroalloys based on Norwegian expertise and technology couples a high level of societal awareness to manufacturing of value-added products.

Elective courses

Examples of elective courses in this specialization are:

  • TEP4220 Understanding and Quantifying Environmental Impacts on Ecosystems
  • TMT4145 Ceramic Engineering
  • TMT4166 Experimental Materials Chemistry and Electrochemistry
  • TMT4208 Fluidflow and Heat Transfer, Advanced Course
  • TMT4253 Electrochemical Process and Energy Technology
  • TMT4255 Corrosion and Corrosion Protection
  • TMT4306 Metal Production – Ferroalloys, Iron and Steel
  • TMT4326 Refining and Recycling of Metals
  • TMT4330 Resoursces, Energy and Environment
  • TMT4335 Carbon Materials Technology