Energy Team Challenge
The course will deal with current issues in energy technology. One key aspect is the integration of alternative propulsion technologies into the ecosystem of energy systems. Further aspects will consider the interaction with the future production, storage, and usage of energy. Moreover, the course will teach and apply methods from the practical experience of management consulting.
Regarding the given tasks, students will work out solutions in small groups. In the course, further information on the respective topics will be presented, discussed, and made available in block courses.
The students will be assisted by a team of research assistants as well as a lecturer. The intention of the course is to work out specific solutions to problems discussed, present them, and write a paper.
The course is limited to 20 participants. Students interested are therefore asked to email a short cover letter, a curriculum vitae (CV), and transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org in addition to registering at RWTHonline for the application. Deadline to apply is April 15, 2020. Students who are invited to take part will be informed by April 20, 2020.
The course is an interdisciplinary course. Students should be prepared to deal with the technical and economic aspects of its subject.
The aim of the case study is to give students of RWTH Aachen University an understanding of current, practical, and future-relevant questions concerning future generation, storage, and use of energy in the mobility sector. In particular, the question of how to successfully integrate alternative propulsion technologies into the ecosystem of energy systems will be discussed.
The case study will be carried out in cooperation with the Chair of Internal Combustion Engines and FEV Consulting GmbH.
The course comprises of two sessions with mandatory attendance plus an additional mandatory session for presentations. Participants will be required to work in small groups over the period of the course.
Teaching and learning portal
Complementary lecture and exercise documents as well as older exams for exam preparation can be found at RWTHmoodle.
Complementary documents are also available at RWTHonline.