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27.6.2018 : MSc Thesis: Estimation of Sustainable Production Limit by Using Lumped Parameter and USGS Hydrotherm Simulation

Yagiz Bostanci successfully defended his master’s thesis

REYKJAVIK, June 27 - At the end of May, MSc in Sustainable Energy Engineering, Yagiz Bostanci successfully defended his master's thesis in the estimation of sustainable production limit by using lumped parameter and USGS Hydrotherm simulation. His project was supervised by María Sigríður Guðjónsdóttir from Reykjavik University. Read more

25.6.2018 : MSc Thesis: Numerical Modelling of Cold Water Injection into Supercritical Geothermal Reservoirs

Riley S. Newman successfully defended his master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, June 25 - At the end of last month, MSc in Sustainable Energy Engineering, Riley Newman has successfully defended his master's thesis project in the numerical modelling of cold water injection into supercritical geothermal reservoirs. After spending roughly half a year abroad at the University of Auckland in New Zealand under the supervisions of Michael O'Sullivan and John O'Sullivan, Riley returned to Iceland to complete and defend his thesis. At Reykjavik University, Riley was supervised by Juliet Newson. Read more

22.6.2018 : MSc Thesis: Modelling Consumer Type Specific Electricity Load in Iceland

Berit Hanna Czock successfully defends her master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, JUNE 22 - On the 25th of May, Berit Hanna Czock, MSc in Sustainable Energy Engineering, has successfully defended her master's thesis research in which she used aggregate electricity load measurements from Iceland in conjunction with Monte Carlo simulation approach and seasonal ARIMA models to provide short-term, medium-term and long-term forecasts. Berit’s work was supervised by Ewa Lazarczyk Carlson from Háskólinn í Reykjavík and advised by Samuel Perkin from Landsnet. Read more

20.6.2018 : MSc Thesis: Feasibility Study for Implementation of a Binary Power Plant in Lake Abhe Geothermal Area with a Particular Hot Arid Climate, Djibouti

Hamoud Cheik successfully defended his master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, June 20 - Hamoud Cheik, MSc in Sustainable Energy Engineering at ISE, has successfully defended his master’s thesis project in assessing the feasibility for the implementation of a binary power plant in Lake Abhe Geothermal Area in Djibouti. His thesis project was supervised by María Sigríður Guðjónsdóttir from Reykjavik University.

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18.6.2018 : 2018 Iceland School of Energy Graduation

ISE master students attended the Reykjavik University graduation ceremony in Harpa

REYKJAVIK, June 18 - On Saturday June 16, 2018 the Reykjavik University held its graduation ceremony in the Eldborg Hall in Harpa, a conference centre in Reykjavik and one of the city's most well known landmarks. Candidates from the School of Business, the School of Science and Engineering, the school of Law and the school of Computer Science walked across the stage to receive their diploma in that order. The heads of each department gave a speech and congratulated the students from their respective departments where the ceremony was then closed by the president of the school. Read more

15.6.2018 : MSc Thesis: Thermo-economic analysis of EGS/Deep Geothermal Resources in the region of Alsace, France

Emmanuel Cabral successfully defended his master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, June 15 - Emmanuel Cabral, MSc in Sustainable Energy Engineering at ISE, has successfully defended his master's thesis project in the thermo-economic analysis of Enhanced Geothermal System (EGS) or deep geothermal resources in the Alsace region in France. As with several other ISE students, Emman had the opportunity to conduct his research abroad. For Emman, he spent half a year at the INSA-Strasbourg (National Institute of Applied Sciences) in France. His thesis project was supervised by Páll Valdimarsson and William S. Harvey from Reykjavik University. Read more

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The one of the reasons I chose ISE, is Iceland's involvement and experience in the field of geothermal energy.


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