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27.1.2020 : MSc Thesis: Multi-criteria wind energy siting assessment - A case study in the West Fjords

REYKJAVIK, May 20 - MSc in Sustainable Energy Engineering candidate, Renata Bade Barajas, successfully defended her master's thesis where she performed a multi-criteria wind energy siting assessment case study in the West Fjords. Renata's work was supervised by Ármann Gylfason from Reykjavik University, Samuel Perkin from Landsnet, and Stefán Kári Sveinbjörnsson from Landsvirkjun.

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18.7.2019 : MSc Thesis: An analysis of potential connection points for Hvalárvirkjun in the West Fjords

Kieran Stewart Read successfully defends his master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, July 18 - After conducting his studies, Kieran Stewart Read successfully defended his master's thesis where he determined a suitable connection point for a new hydropower plant in the West Fjords by considering voltage profiles, line loading, reliability, and cost. Kieran's work was supervised by Ragnar Kristjánsson from Reykjavik University, Samuel Perkin from Landsnet, and Arndís Magnúsdóttir

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15.7.2019 : MSc Thesis: Predicting weather-related transmission line failures using machine learning

Roddy Akeel successfully defends his master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, July 15 - After conducting his studies, Roddy Akeel successfully defended his master's thesis where he attempted to improve reliability assessments by developing an informational tool that predicts weather-related transmission line failures. Roddy's work was supervised by Ragnar Kristjánsson from Reykjavik University, and Samuel Perkin from Landsnet. 

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9.7.2019 : MSc Thesis: 3D Modelling of Faulting and Intrusion of the Nevado del Ruiz Volcano, Colombia

Chelsea Arlette Magpantay Cervantes successfully defends her master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, July 9 – After conducting her studies, Chelsea Arlette Magpantay Cervantes successfully defended her thesis where she used ArcGIS and Leapfrog to create 3D subsurface models that integrated geoscientific data about the Nevado del Ruiz stratovolcano. Chelsea's work was supervised by Juliet Newson, from Reykjavik University, and Daniela Blessent from the University of Medellin.

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4.7.2019 : MSc Thesis: Alternative heating systems for northern remote communities: Techno-economic analysis of ground-source heat pumps in Kuujjuaq, Nunavik, Canada

Evelyn Gunawan successfully defends her master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, July 3 – After conducting her studies, Evelyn Gunawan successfully defended her thesis where she analyzed the possibility of using geothermal energy as a heating alternative to the diesel furnaces currently being used to meet residential heating demand in the capital of Nunavik. Evelyn's work was supervised by Juliet Newson, Páll Jensson both from Reykjavik University, Jasmin Raymond, and Nicolò Giordano both from INRS.

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13.6.2019 : MSc Thesis: Feasibility Study including preliminary design of a Micro-cycle binary power project with direct use applications for a single low temperature production well in Grafarbakki, Iceland

Victoria Nyaga successfully defends her master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, June 13 – After conducting her studies, Victoria Nyaga successfully defended her thesis where she designed a micro-cycle binary power plant and analyzed the feasibility through technical and economic perspectives. Victoria’s work was supervised by William Scott Harvey and Juliet Newson from Reykjavík University.

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