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.
Research in collaboration with the Swedish aluminium industry
The aluminium industry includes several energy intense steps from primary aluminium production to the finished products and recycling. The division of Energy System has received funding for the research project "Increasing energy efficiency in the value chain of aluminium industries". The project is performed in cooperation with the industry organization Swedish Aluminium and industrial partners. The goal of the project is to find new opportunities for energy efficiency in tyhe companies and in their value chains. The project received 4 million SEK from the aluminium industry and the Swedish Energy Agency and last between October 2015 to May 2018 (2010-10-08)
Sarah Broberg Viklund defends her thesis "System studies of the use of industrial excess heat” on 25 September, 10:15 in room ACAS in Building A, Valla, Linköping University. Faculty opponent is Professor Semida Silveira, KTH. The examining committee are professor Erik Ahlgren, Chalmers, professor Lars Nilsson, Karlstad University och docent Viktoria Martin, KTH (2015-09-21)
Tommy Rosén has started as a PhD-student at the division of Energy Systems. Tommy will be working within the research project Fjärrsyn together with Louise Trygg. The focus is on large scale management and regulation of district heating systems. (2015-09-01)
Our latest publications
- Thollander, P., Palm, J., 2015. Industrial energy management decision making for improved energy efficiency – strategic system perspectives and situated action in combination. Energies (accepted for publication).
- Schulze, M., Nehler, H., Ottosson, M., Thollander, P., 2015. Energy management in industry – a systematic review of previous findings and an integrative conceptual framework. Journal of Cleaner Production (accepted for publication).
- Liu, L., Rohdin, P., Moshfegh, B., 2015. Evaluating indoor environment of a retrofitted multi-family building with improved energy performance in Sweden. Energy and Buildings (in press)
Thesis projects Exhibition at CreActive on 19 November 2015
Available master thesis projects
Unfortunately we have no advertised master thesis projects in English at the moment.
Visiting address: House A, entrance 13/15, floor 3, corridor B, Campus Valla Linköping
Last updated: 2015-11-04