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7.3.2017 : ISE Students Attend Landsvirkjun Energy Markets Conference

Eight ISE graduate students sit in this morning on industry talks about the future of Iceland's energy markets.

REYKJAVIK, March 7 – Alexander Moses, Andrea Morgan, Berit Hanna Czock, Dwina Soerono, Enzo Diependaal, Gaynor McIlraith, Laurentiu Anton and Marie Lovise Ve arrive at the Hilton Reykjavik Nordica intent on learning more about current topics and issues in the Icelandic energy sector. Held by Landsvirkjun, the National Power Company of Iceland, the conference brought together industry professionals, ministry officials and academics alike to talk about what the future of Iceland's energy markets might look like.

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18.1.2017 : MSc Thesis: Small Scale Electricity Production From Low Temperature Geothermal Resources Using Organic Rankine Cycle

Emilía Valdimarsdóttir successfully defends her master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, January 18 – Starting off the morning strong, Emilía Valdimarsdóttir delivers her MSc thesis project. Emilía, earning a degree in Sustainable Energy Engineering, focused on the feasibility of low temperature binary cycle geothermal ORC unit for electricity production in Icelandic greenhouses. Her work was supervised by María Sigríður Guðjónsdóttir and Jón Matthíasson.

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12.1.2017 : MSc Thesis: Wind Power Integration in Iceland - Impacts on the Icelandic Regulation Power Market

Felix Michel successfully defends his master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, January 12 – Master's candidate of Sustainable Energy Sciences, Felix Michel, has just successfully delivered his master's thesis project. Supervised by Ewa Lazarczyk-Carlson and Samuel Perkin, Felix's research was centered on the impacts of the forecast error of wind power on the balance requirements in the Icelandic power grid.

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11.1.2017 : MSc Thesis: Algorithm for Optimal Well Placement in Geothermal Systems Based on TOUGH2 Models

Dagur Helgason successfully defends his master's thesis

REYKJAVIK, January 11 - Dagur Helgason, first in the new year, successfully defends his master's thesis project today. Dagur, a Sustainable Energy Engineering student, has developed an algorithm for determining the optimal placement of a well in geothermally active areas. On this project, he worked hand in hand with a research group, Operations Research for Subsurface Modelling, as part of a collaborative effort between Reykjavik University, University of Iceland and Landsvirkjun. 

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19.12.2016 : Thesis project: Risk Assessment and Risk Modelling in Geothermal Drilling

Lilian Aketch Okwiri successfully defends her final thesis project

REYKJAVIK, December 19 - Master candidate and former UNU-GTP student Lilian Aketch Okwiri successfully presented her final research project this afternoon. Her thesis research was focused on assessment and modelling of risk factors in geothermal drilling operations.
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15.12.2016 : Thesis project: An onshore wind resource assessment for Iceland, using HARMONIE Reanalysis Data with consideration to Hydrological Reservoir Flows

Danielle Preziuso defends final master's thesis.

REYKJAVIK, December 15 - In the third thesis defense of the season, Sustainable Energy Science Student Danielle Preziuso has successfully defended her final thesis research project, conducted with the National Power Company of Iceland, Landsvirkjun.
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Testimonials

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.

Máté Osvald

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.

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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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