The lecture series is open to students, researchers and the general public alike who are interested in the broad field of energy studies. The many facets of energy-related issues and how a wide range of disciplines approaches these is at the core of the lecture series.
A wide range of disciplines including for example engineering, mathematics, economics, or social sciences will introduce how their discipline conceptualizes and approaches the issues that future energy systems face.
On-site Seminar – Language, English
Tuesdays, 4-6 pm
University of Bremen, Bibliothekstraße 1, NW2 / A4090,
D-28359 Bremen, Germany
|Johanna Myrzik: BEST Introduction and future electricity networks
|Sergio Contreras: Planning of future energy systems: How to solve the planning problem from current deployment challenges
|Andreas Fischer: Wind turbines: Challenges of on-site research
|Amir Ebrahimi: The role and challenges of drive systems in times of energy and
|Malin Lachmann: Optimization techniques in energy applications
|Nando Kaminski: Power semiconductor devices – a key component for renewable
|Matthias Burwinkel: Renewable energy systems in productions
|Sven Kerzenmacher: Microbes & Electrons – Can biotechnology contribute to energy transition?
|Rainer Fechte-Heinen: Sustainability and energy efficiency in the metal producing and
|Torben Stührmann: The socio-technical transformation of the steel industry in Bremen -
dealing with uncertainty
|Julian Schwenzel: Next generation batteries: Recent advances and design strategies
|Jan Wenske: Offshore wind energy in Germany - challenges and opportunities
|Stefanie Baasch: Towards an integrative understanding of multiple energy justices