Welcome to the Division of Energy Systems!
The Division of Energy Systems analyzes the energy system with the aim of developing sustainable energy systems. Research is conducted within three main areas: national, regional and local energy systems, industrial energy systems and building energy systems.
Jenny Ivner will start as an associate professor at the Division of Energy Systems the 1st of December. Ivner will enrich the department's expertise in the field of municipal energy planning which is a new and complementary research area for the division. Ivner will strengthen the undergraduate teaching resources as activities in the division has expanded dramatically in recent years. We welcome Jenny to the division! (2013-11-26)
New PhD student
Therese Nehler will start as a PhD student at the Division of Energy Systems the 1st of December. Therese research will focus on how the energy issue can be a strategic issue for the industry and how NEBs (NON-Energy Benefits) can affect energy investments in industry. We welcome Therese to the division! (2013-11-25)
Louise Trygg panel leader for ECEEE 2014
Trygg will be a panel leader at the eceee 2014 Industrial Sumer Study on energy efficiency. The conference will be held the 2-5th of May in Arnhem, Netherlands and will offer presentations of peer-reviewed papers, workshops, poster presentations, keynotes, site visitis and networking. As a panel leader Louise will be responsible for the area "Undertaking high impact actions: The role of technology and systems optimization". Find out more about the conference here. (2013-11-14)
PhD student in Fokus
Andreas Molin, PhD student at the Division of energy Systems has been interviewed by the magazine Fokus (the article can be foundin Fokus no 46, 2013). The article presents two researchers different ways to reduce their climate impact through their way of living, where Andreas has renovated his old house into a plus energy standard. (2013-11-25)
- Rohdin, P., Molin, A., Moshfegh, B. Experiences from nine passive houses in Sweden - indoor thermal environment and energy use. Building and Environment 2014;71:176-185. in press. (2013-11-25)
- Broberg Viklund, S., Johansson, M.T. Technologies for utilization of industrial excess heat: Potentials for energy recovery and CO2 emission reduction. Energy Conversion and Management 2014;77:369-379. (2013-11-05)
Master thesis projects
- Energy services for improved energy efficiency in industrial SME´s
- Methods and tools to achieve improved energy efficiency in industrial SME´s
2014-01-17 Lennart Söder, division of Electric Power Systems, KTH: “100% förnybar el i Sverige”
2013-01-28 Final Seminar - Maria Johansson
2014-02-07 Mike Schulze (guest researcher)
Master thesis presentation
At the moment there are no planned master theisis presentations.
Visiting address: House A, entrance 13/15, floor 3, corridor B, Campus Valla Linköping
Last updated: 2013-12-11