PhD winter school on Technology and Management for Sustainable Energy Transitions
An interdisciplinary course package is launched at KTH in march 2023, designed to make doctoral students better equipped to meet the challenges and opportunities that drive transformations of energy systems and industries. The initiative is a collaboration between KTH and other Nordic universities, and part of the Scandinavian Academy of Industrial Engineering and Management (ScAIEM).
The PhD Winter School “Sustainable Energy Transitions – Technology and Management Perspectives” (5 ECTS) is an interdisciplinary PhD course package that offers doctoral students a training in innovation and technology management, sustainable business and entrepreneurship, as well as policy processes related to sustainable energy transitions.
The course deals with the challenges and opportunities that drive transformations of energy systems and energy-related industries. This includes discussing the relevance of global challenges like climate change and sustainable development, and analysing how they contribute to transformations of energy systems and industries.
The PhD winter school 2023 is organized by the Royal Institute of Technology KTH, in collaboration with Linköping University LiU, Sweden, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU, and the Technical University of Denmark DTU. This initiative is part of the Scandinavian Academy of Industrial Engineering and Management ScAIEM.
The PhD Winter School will be held on 13–15 March 2023 at KTH in Stockholm.
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