After completing the study program the candidate has the following learning outcome:
• has basic knowledge about economics and innovation, with special focus on creating an enterprise, developing concepts and protection of rights.
• knows the principles of electric power system and understands the limitations and bottlenecks in such a system. Key topics are renewable energy, stability of power systems and operation and control of power systems.
• has a thorough knowledge of electrical machines, their dynamics and choice of suitable converter types for motor drives. The candidate also knows about available measurement sensors and how these could be integrated in an advanced control system.
• has basic knowledge of computer architecture and programming.
• can use linear algebra and numerical methods as mathematical tools for analyzing physical processes and technical solutions.
• can combine power electronics, control engineering and electrical systems into advanced electric motor drives.
• can perform basic simulations and analyzes of power systems, in regards to load flow, stability, operating conditions or economic considerations.
• can use computers, microcontrollers or other types of microelectronics in order to control and monitor mechatronic systems.
• completes the study program through performing a larger diploma work of a six-month duration.
• gains insight into new and innovative technologies and will be able to put these into a society perspective.
• gains insight into various aspects of future network systems, energy solutions and climate challenges.
• is able to combine energy systems with signal transfer and ICT solutions in an overall system with high flexibility.