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8.3.2022 : MSc Thesis: Life Cycle Assessment of the Geothermal Power Plant in the Patuha Geothermal Field, Indonesia

REYKJAVIK, March 9 - MSc in Sustainable Energy candidate, Gloria Gladis Sondakh, successfully defended her master's thesis where she investigates a Life Cycle Assessment of the Geothermal Power Plant in the Patuha Geothermal Field in Indonesia. Gladis's work was supervised by Dr. Einar Jón Ásbjörnsson from Reykjavik University; Dr. Marta Rós Karlsdóttir, Director at Orkustofnun; and Dr. David Christian Finger from Reykjavik University and Energie Institut JKU Linz. Examination was conducted by Þröstur Helgason, Resource Manager at Mannvit.

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21.1.2022 : MSc Thesis: Gold Transport through the epithermal system in the Reykjanes Peninsula

REYKJAVIK, January 21 - MSc in Sustainable Energy candidate, Benjamin Smith, successfully defended his master's thesis where he investigates gold transport through the epithermal system in the Reykjanes Peninsula. Ben's work was supervised by Dr. Juliet Newson from Reykjavik University and Dr. Guðrún Sævarsdottir from Reykjavik University. Examination was conducted by Dr. Iwona Galeczka, Geochemist at Iceland GeoSurvey.

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14.1.2022 : MSc Thesis: Investigation of the water saving potential and electricity production using floating solar photovoltaics on the San Vicente Reservoir, California

REYKJAVIK, January 14 - MSc in Sustainable Energy candidate, Keith Marc Pacelli Gonsalves, successfully defended his master's thesis where he investigates water saving potential and electricity production using floating solar photovoltaics on the San Vicente Reservoir, California. Keith's work was supervised by Laurentiu Anton from Reykjavik University and Andri Gunnarsson, Manager of Hydrological Research at Landsvirkjun. Examination was conducted by Dr. Ewa R. L. Carlson from Reykjavik University.

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13.1.2022 : MSc Thesis: Technical and Feasibility Study for the San Vicente Geothermal Power Plant Project in El Salvador, Central America

REYKJAVIK, January 13 - MSc in Sustainable Energy candidate, Angel Fernando Monroy Parada, successfully defended his master's thesis where he performed a technical and feasibility study for the San Vicente Geothermal Power Plant Project in El Salvador, Central America. Angel's work was supervised by Dr. William Scott Harvey from Reykjavik University and Dr. Páll Jensson from Reykjavik University with examination by Dr. Bjarni Pálsson, Executive Director of Geothermal Developmen at Landsvirkjun.

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1.12.2021 : Double Degree Programme Electric Power Engineering at Iceland School of Energy and Aalto University

ESPOO, FINLAND and REYKJAVIK, ICELAND, December 1 - We had the pleasure of speaking with Even Nötland Giske and Stian Olsen Kroken, two second year students completing their double Master's degree in collaboration with Reykjavik University Department of Engineering's Iceland School of Energy and the esteemed Aalto University's School of Electrical Engineering located in Espoo, Finland.

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18.11.2021 : ITRES Collaboration - University of Bucharest and Iceland School of Energy - Fall 2021 Course and Field Visit

BUCHAREST, October 10 - Our second year ISE students recently had an opportunity to visit Romania as part of a special class through the "Innovative Teaching Methods for Tomorrows' Renewable Specialists" (ITRES) EEA program. This program was launched on October 1st, 2020, as a joint effort between the Iceland School of Energy at Reykjavik University and the Faculty of Physics at the University of Bucharest.

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Lindsay Allen

Iceland has some of the best geothermal resources worldwide.

Nina

I had the opportunity to get involved with professionals from leading Icelandic companies.

Samuel Perkin

The emphasis on interdisciplinary learning is invaluable in an increasingly complex and connected world.

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Mate Osvald

I am now well prepared to work in an international, multicultural environment.

Almar Barja

I had the unique opportunity to combine economics, technology, engineering and science into one comprehensive degree.

Carlos Atli

Iceland has to be one of the best places, if not the best, to study sustainable energy.

Lindsay Allen

The fieldwork, experienced teachers, and industry collaboration make ISE the perfect place to further my studies of geothermal energy.

Nina

Studying at Reykjavik University gave me the chance to learn from the very best.

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Maria Carmela Marino

I am very pleased with the curriculum, freedom of research and academic quality of the program and love living in Iceland.

Carlos Atli Cordóva Geirdal

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


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