Master's Degree Programme, 2 years, Trondheim

Materials for Energy Technology

– Specialization
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The specialization in Materials for Energy Technology covers development of materials for batteries, fuel cells, membranes and water electrolysis. Further, research on ferroic materials including lead-free alternatives, multiscale modelling as well as synthesis and characterization method development are important in this specialization.

Elective courses

Examples of elective courses in this specialization are:

  • TFE4180 Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology
  • TFY4220 Solid State Physics
  • TKJ4170 Quantum Chemistry
  • TKJ4205 Molecular Modelling
  • TMT4145 Ceramic Engineering
  • TMT4166 Experimental Materials Chemistry and Electrochemistry
  • TMT4245 Functional Materials
  • TMT4253 Electrochemical Process and Energy Technology
  • TMT4255 Corrosion and Corrosion Protection
  • TMT4320 Nanomaterials
  • TMT4322 Solar Cells and Photovoltaic Nanostructures
  • TMT4330 Resoursces, Energy and Environment