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University of Turku Master’s Degree Programme in Materials Engineering: Materials of Energy Technology
University of Turku

Master’s Degree Programme in Materials Engineering: Materials of Energy Technology

Turku, Finland

2 Years

English

Full time

22 Jan 2025

Aug 2025

EUR 12,000 / per year *

On-Campus

* free for citizens of EU/EEA countries or Switzerland, for citizens of non-EU/EEA countries €12,000/academic year

Introduction

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In the Master’s Degree Programme in Materials Engineering: Materials of Energy Technology specialisation track, you will grow to be an expert in the field and learn to navigate in the vast field of energy technology and its applications.

The programme will give you a general overview of the field of energy storage materials. The contents of the programme can be tailored towards your interests with suitable choices of thematic or minor studies, for example specializing in batteries.

The questions we are looking to answer are:

  • What kind of renewable energy production and storage methods are there?
  • How to choose the materials for these systems?
  • How do these choices affect the performance of the systems?
  • How to design renewable energy production and storage systems from both technical and economical points of view?

All of these questions are in the centre of the development of new materials and applications in the field of energy that is at the core of both the strategy of the University of Turku as well as the wide expertise cluster in materials research in the Turku region.

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Academic Excellence & Experience

Current focus areas in the research in the field of Energy materials are solar cells, batteries for stationary energy storage, and luminous devices.

We host one of the largest research groups in Europe focusing on redox flow batteries, two highly competitive European Research Council Starting Grants, and various other European and national grants. We have a wide international collaborator network.

Specialisation Tracks in Materials Engineering

Materials of Energy Technology is one of three specialisation tracks of the Master's Degree Programme in Materials Engineering. The programme offers two other specialisation tracks:

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