The students in the second year of the Master Program have successfully completed the Project Course in Solar Energy Systems. This is essentially a practical course, where students choose a project, get organized assuming different project roles, and execute the different tasks according to a project plan. This is a great way to learn the basics of project management.
Today some ESES students have presented their Master Thesis, in front of ESES faculty and students, as well as some online attendants.
Many mornings, we wake up by the light and the warmth of the Sun, our star. Located at the center of the Solar System, it provides the necessary energy to enable life in the biosphere. Also, it participates in the lifecycle of several renewable resources which are the origin of hydro, wind, marine and geothermal power, and biomass.