Master’s (12 to 30 months) and Doctorate (24 to 54 months)

The basic aim of the program is to provide an interdisciplinary view of the energy problem from a technical, economic and socioenvironmental perspective. It seeks to develop students’ analytical abilities and to enable better use to be made of technologies and processes in which energy plays a fundamental role. The program is intended to produce individuals who are equipped to work in government and regulatory bodies, as well as consultancies and universities.

Major Area: Energy Systems Planning
Lines of Research

  • 1. Analysis of energy supply and demand
  • 2. Energy, society and environment
  • 3. Energy policy