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Fluid dynamic measurements in the midst of industry relevant research installations.
The campus of Lucerne School of Engineering and Architecture is located at the foot of mount Pilatus, on the shores of Lake Lucerne.
Experiments with fuel cells: Live generation of electricity from hydrogen with water as the only â€œimpactâ€? on the environment.
Students of the degree program â€œEnergy Systems Engineeringâ€? learn in small groups the basics through experiments.
Academic and practice-based learning.
Concept of the study program
Energy ranks as one of the top Global Challenges for Humanity, due to its environmental impact and its role as a driver of economic growth. This degree program brings together students and faculty from all over the world to redefine what is possible in a fastchanging world. Issues include increasing renewable energies, e-mobility, integrated energy, decentralized production, storage, network integration and the phase-out of nuclear and fossil-fired power plants. Program features This modular degree program combines business excellence with electrical, mechanical and environmental engineering. A BSc in Energy Systems Engineering enables graduates to assess, adopt, adjust and shape energy systems from a technological, business, environmental and social perspective. It lays the groundwork for a career in energyrelevant sustainability management, product and project management, business development, entrepreneurship or R&D. As such, the BSc degree also constitutes a solid base for a master program in General Engineering, Energy Engineering, Environmental Engineering or Business Administration. Thanks to the University’s participation in various research programs such as the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research, the degree also offers insights into the Swiss Energy Strategy 2050. Program features include: • One of a kind Swiss BSc program in engineering, taught in English • Interdisciplinary approach through collaboration with other degree programs • Development of work method competencies and their application in project modules • Cooperation with Swiss-based companies • International student body and student exchange
“Studying Energy Systems Engineering allows you to take part in shaping the future.” Do You Have Questions? Prof Dr Uwe W. Schulz Head of the Bachelor’s Program in Energy Systems Engineering T: +41 41 349 32 37 E-Mail: email@example.com
Concept of the study program
Modular degree program The curriculum contains four module categories: • Core modules (50%) for critical specialized skills and methodical competencies • Project modules (30%), typically provided by partner companies or research teams, confront students with real-life problems • Related modules (10%) introduce topics from an extended professional scope and help students identify a focus area • Minor modules (10%) for non-specialized skills enable the application of knowledge and skills in a larger societal, cultural, ethical and economical context Students may choose specialization modules during the advanced year. The program offers specializations in Technology and Environment or in Business Applications. Multi-disciplinary practical experience Project modules form a central part of the program and provide practical experience. Students apply theoretical knowledge in practical simulations, partner projects and interdisciplinary modules. In the final year, students collaborate again with companies or research centers as part of their bachelor thesis. International experience A diverse student body and faculty create an international, multi-cultural environment, as do projects with partner companies and the possibility of student exchanges. Open doors Classes are open to visitors. For details, please email Marion.Meissner@hslu.ch, Senior Assistant Energy Systems Engineering. Consecutive Master programs The internationally recognized degree “Bachelor of Science Hochschule Luzern/ FHZ in Energy Systems Engineering” qualifies for admission to a consecutive MSc in Engineering or a MSc in Business Administration or various Master’s programs at partner universities.
Specialization/Admission Criteria/Time Models
Admission criteria For acceptance to the Energy Systems Engineering degree program at the Lucerne School of Engineering and Architecture three submission criteria need to be fullfilled: 1. Education A higher secondary education certificate qualifying for university admission in the candidateâ€™s country of origin. Other study/vocational training diplomas plus additional examinations qualifying for admission to a university of applied sciences are also considered. 2. Work experience Any degree program at the Lucerne School of Engineering and Architecture requires students to have at least 12 months full time of relevant work experience. Alternatively, students may complete a 10 months internship and complement it with a tailored eight-week technical training at the Lucerne School of Engineering and Architecture. 3. Language skills Candidates must be proficient in English at CEF C1, IELTS 7.0, TOEFL IBT 95 level or equivalent. A copy of the language certificate must be submitted with the application. Candidates without certificate will be provisionally accepted and required to complete an online English assessment. Candidates who do not pass on the first attempt may retake the assessment. However, a pass grade must be achieved prior to the beginning of the first semester. Flexible time models Full-time or part-time, the degree program allows for maximum flexibility. Furthermore, students may switch between models at the end of any given semester. Students typically start the program in the fall semester (September), but starting in the spring semester (February) is also an option. Depending on the time model, a Bachelorâ€™s degree may be earned within three to five years.
Product development in practice, in interdisciplinary teams
Throughout the study program, students apply their knowledge to projects, often specified by industry. Students develop subject-specific, methodological and interpersonal skills through real-life projects. During the first year of study, interdisciplinary groups work on specific tasks to experience the different phases of projects. They gather basic knowledge of time management and project planning, go through the problem-solving-cycle, assess their findings and document the results according to the various target audiences. Before starting individual projects in the final year of study – including their Bachelor’s Thesis – students from various disciplines have the task of developing a smart product together. While specifications change every year, one example was to develop a portable automated solar tracker. The product, “a charger for electronic devices such as mobile phones”, needed to be designed for maximum user-friendliness for both, charging and powering mode. To maximize the net power gain during a given period, a PV panel had to follow the sun by moving on a one or two axis tracking system with minimum electricity usage for the motors. A two-week competition amongst 13 solar trackers for maximum measured performance in terms of net electricity production marked the end of the project. The winning prototype, “Solanthus”, with its appealing design is waterproof and wind resistant. It is able to charge at least two mobile phones and is therefore perfectly suited for camping.
“This program is particularly valuable to me, due to its interdisciplinary and practical approach in applying the Material, Energy and Business Sciences in combination through project oriented curricula.” Energy Systems Engineering student, Robert Beaufait from the USA about his motvation to come to Switzerland. 10
Testing phase for the various mobile PV charging system solutions.
Electrical drives and frequency inverters are basic elements of efficient energy systems.
Planning and simulation of decentralized energy systems, using various software tools.
Structure of the Bachelor program Energy Systems Engineering
At least 96 ECTS credits are to be earned
Technology and Environment
Energy Storage Systems
Sustainable Energy Systems
3 Electrical Power Grid
3 Environmental Engineering and Ecology
6 Energy Trading, Economics and Policies
Energies, Fluids and Processes Engineering
6 Corporate Ethics and Social Behavior
Applied Process Control
Thermodynamics and Fluid Dynamics
3 Basics of Electrical Drive Systems
Mathematics and Physics Technology 2
Strategic Management and Product Management
3 Electrical Engineering Consolidation
Mathematics and Physics Technology 1
Energies, Fluids and Processes Lab 2 3
6 Mathematics Fundamentals
Electrical Engineering with Laboratory Work 3 Computer Science Fundamentals
Energies, Fluids and Processes Lab 1
3 Compulsory modules 12 ECTS credits are compulsory i.e. 18 ECTS out of the 30 ECTS credits are elective Elective modules
Marketing Management and Accounting
6 Quantity of ECTS credits (here 6)
At least 39 ECTS credits are to be earned
At least 15 ECTS credits are to be earned
Bachelor Thesis Energy Systems Engineering
Minor modules At least 15 ECTS credits are to be earned
12 Industrial Project Energy Systems Engineering
Renewable Energies – Solar Energy
English Proficiency Development
Renewable Energies – Bioenergy
3 Sales Management (intensive week)
3 Practical Studies
3 Technical Writing
Engineering Product Development Project 2
Leadership (intensive week)
Asia (intensive week)
6 Engineering Product Development Project 1
Energy Optimization with Pinch Analysis
Sustainability (intensive week)
Design, build and commission Photovoltaic in Ethiopia
3 Summer/Winter Schools at partner Universities
3 Open Innovation
Technology and Society (intensive week) Context Module T2
3 Context 1
3 Windpower and Ecotechnology (intensive week)
German as a Foreign Language A1– C2 3
Recycling and its Impact on Sustainability (intensive week) 3
Swissness – Swiss Language and Culture
The curriculum is composed of compulsory as well as elective modules, both of which generally extend over a full semester. The modules take place during the contact studies of the semester, as laid out in the schedule on page 26/27. Intensive weeks are an exception in that they take place on a full-time basis prior the the contact studies. The module descriptions provide an overview of required previous knowledge, aim and content of the modules, course load and kind of final assessments. Refer to pages 17â€“21 for the short module descriptions.
ECTS credits ECTS is short for European Credit Transfer System. ECTS credits measure learning achievements. Every type of tertiary education is awarded with a specific number of ECTS credits, depending on the workload associated with the modules involved. One ECTS credit represents approximately 30 hours of study. A bachelorâ€™s degree is generally obtained once 180 ECTS credits have been earned. The ECTS allows for a transparent recognition of study programs.
Students are able to create a personal curriculum by selecting modules to suit their interests and prior knowledge. Core modules Core modules teach essential professional and methodological skills. At least 96 ECTS credits of this type must be earned, corresponding to roughly half of the program requirement. Project modules Project modules confront students with real-life projects and challenges. While consolidating the studentsâ€™ professional skills, they mainly focus on the development of methodological skills. Related modules Related modules allow the students to familiarize themselves with topics from an extended scope of their future careers, helping them acquire specific knowledge and develop a distinct profile. Minor modules Minor modules cover non-specialist skills and enable students to put their knowledge and decision-making in a larger societal, cultural, ethical and economic context. The broad range of available minor modules is amended and adjusted every semester.
Short description of modules
Core modules â€“ Compulsory Applied Process Control Compulsory The concepts of systems and signals will be elucidated. They will be characterized by means of the LaplaceTransformation. Students will become familiar with feedback loops and will learn to design controllers that guarantee stability and performance. Laboratories will help to consolidate the acquired knowledge. B2B Marketing Compulsory Basics of management activities that enable a firm to understand, create, and deliver value to other businesses, governments, and/or institutional customers. Inputs and case studies are used for understanding value, i.e. the examination of the three related business market processes; creating value through managing market offerings, new offering realization, and business channel management; and delivering value to customers by understanding the process of prospecting for new business relationships, assessing the mutual fit, making the initial sale, and fulfilling the initial order. Basics of Electrical Drive Systems Compulsory Covering the functional principle, the equivalent circuit and the design fundamentals of the most common electrical machines and power electronic circuits like dc-converters, rectifiers, inverters and converters. Merging the components to efficient drive systems. Discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of the different systems. Controlling Compulsory Business Insights, Conceptualizing of a Management Control and Information System for Management Control along the whole value chain. Computer Science Fundamentals Compulsory Introduction to computer science and the Internet, information systems in companies, cloud-management, fundamentals of programming, databases, interconnecting computers, Internet of Things.
Corporate Ethics and Social Behavior Compulsory Fundamentals of Business Ethics (BE) and Corporate Responsibility (CR) for a practical use in different management positions. Students learn on the basis of case studies to get in contact with practitioners for exchange of experiences. Basic and well-grounded overview about BE / CR and central concepts, empirical situation, theoretical discussion and the implementation in management practice. Students will apply gained knowledge in energy-related simulation game allowing to experience real-world ethical challenges. Electrical Engineering with Laboratory Work Compulsory Fundamentals of electrostatics, direct current, magnetic fields, and alternating current. Become acquainted with key components and systems through laboratory experiments. Electrical Engineering Consolidation Compulsory Consolidation of basic applications: due to enhanced mathematic skills it is possible to formulate and understand more realistic models. Analysis of meshed linear circuits for direct current and sinusoidal alternating current. Investigation of non-linear behaviour by analysing ferromagnetic circuits. Energies, Fluids and Processes Lab 1 Compulsory Introduction to the fundamentals of energy technology, balancing of systems (mass, material and energy), state variables and fluid properties (gases and liquids), forms of energy and energy transformations, basics of heat transfer, energy conservation for fluid mechanics (Bernoulli equation) and thermodynamics (1st LT) for closed and open systems. Practical relevance through lab tests with heat exchangers, pumps, compressors. Energies, Fluids and Processes Lab 2 Compulsory Consolidation of the fundamentals of energy technology. Handling of complex energy conversion processes and machines based on laboratory tests (pelton turbine, heat pump, combustion process).
Short description of modules
Marketing Management and Accounting Compulsory Understanding the fundamentals of marketing, knowing and applying the methods of marketing research, conception, implementation and controlling, using financial information for decision making, applying basic financial and management accounting methods, basic understanding and ability to analyze financial reporting. Mathematics Fundamentals Compulsory Development of the fundamental ideas of differentialand integral calculus (continuity, differential, infinitesimal growth, limit, integral). Derivation of the basic rules of calculus (product, quotient, chain rule, integration by substitution, integration by parts). Understanding the notions of variables and functions (dependencies, physical dimensions, growth, concavity, critical points, extremals, inflection points). Key examples from physics, geometry and applied sciences (position, velocity, acceleration, rates of change, tangent lines). Standard applications (optimization, analysis of functions, computation of volumes and areas). Infinites sequences and series. Mathematics and Physics Technology 1 Compulsory Basic concepts of mechanics and required mathematical tools. The latter include complex numbers, polynomials and differential equations. Based on these mathematical tools the following subjects in physics are covered: dynamics of point masses and rigid bodies using Newtons laws, the concepts of energy, work and momentum, and conservation laws in translational and rotating systems. Mathematics and Physics Technology 2 Compulsory Math: partial differentiation, total differentiation, multivariable integration, path integration. Physics: oscillatory motion: simple harmonic, damped and driven oscillations. Wave motion. Microscopic description of heat, temperature and gas pressure.
Materials Lab Compulsory Overview, structure and types of engineering materials like metals, plastics and ceramics including production and/or manufacturing processes. Experimental work in the laboratory on elasticity and plasticity of materials, tension tests on metals, impact test on metals at different temperatures and metallography. Case studies on lightweight structures. Sustainable Energy Systems Compulsory Addressing the question of “When do solutions deserve to be called ‘sustainable’?” Investigate methods and innovations that address conditions of new systems, including the provisioning of energy, its processing, distribution, application and conversion as well as environmental footprint and responsibility for everyone on our planet; focus on questions of economic feasibility. Strategic Management and Product Management Compulsory Fundamentals of strategic management, importance of corporate objectives, execution of strategic analysis, approach to strategic options, implementation, and controlling; fundamentals of product and innovation management, execution of a product lifecycle and a portfolio analysis, creation of a business model canvas, fundamentals of requirements engineering, approaches to market launch, concepts for service management and product controlling. Technical Mechanics Compulsory Introduction to design methods and materials selection in design process. Overview of machine elements and their applications. Introduction to engineering mechanics: plain statics and strength of materials. Thermodynamics and Fluid Dynamics Compulsory In-depth analysis of conservation variables in fluid mechanics and thermodynamics, analysis of state changes and compressibility, meaning of friction (dissipation) and entropy (irreversibility), 2nd law of thermodynamics, analysis of the boundary layer and impact on practical applications. Extended introduction to heat exchange, dimensional analysis, similarities, key figures, clockwise and counterclockwise thermodynamic cycles. 18
Core modules â€“ Electives Energies, Fluids and Process Engineering Compulsory/Elective Fundamentals of mass transfer (including analogy of heat transfer and mass transfer). Numeric analysis in heat transfer and fluid mechanics. Operating principles of turbo-machinery and construction (pumps and turbines). Introduction in selected subjects of renewable energy technology and process engineering by laboratory experiments.
Specialization in Technology and Environment Electrical Power Grids Compulsory/Elective The following topics are covered: Transformation of primary into electrical energy. Fundamentals of the main grid components of a power system (generators, transformers, substation and transmission lines/cables). Grid analysis techniques such as load-flow and shortcircuit calculation. Methods of power system control. Analysis of blackouts and concepts of protection systems. Energy Storage Systems Compulsory/Elective Principles of energy supply, with a focus on renewable energies. Importance, application and overview of energy storage. Planning and use of modern energy storage. Storage of thermal energy: Fundamentals of thermodynamics, exergy analysis and interpretation, modeling and application, thermal energy networks. Storage of electrical energy: fundamentals of electrical storage, analysis and interpretation. Modeling and applications of electrical networks. Combined use of thermal and electrical energy storage in networks and interplay of forms of energy (Power to Gas, Power to Heat, electro-thermal energy storage). Accompanying laboratory exercises on current topics in energy storage technology.
Environmental Engineering and Ecology Compulsory/Elective Introduction to fundamental concepts of environmental engineering and ecology, including sustainability, ecosystems, biodiversity and climate system; environmental impact assessment of conventional and renewable energy sources; implications of COÂ˛ emissions and other pollutants on natural systems and human mankind; application of analytical and economic tools for evaluating environmental impacts and causes of environmental problems.
Specialization in Business Application Energy Trading, Economics and Policies Compulsory/Elective Examine structures and trends of trading renewable energies as opposed to trading grey energies, trading COÂ˛ certificates and related products, innovations in this area, political guidelines and their international ramifications. Operations Management Compulsory/Elective Introduction to the operations of industrial companies, through examples from various businesses, analysis and discussion of business cases, and a production simulation game. Starting with the differentiation of strategic vs. operational purchasing, extending perspective to supply chain management, incoming logistics, production management, quality management, as well as outgoing logistics. Finally, linking the entire process through Kaizen and Lean, to embrace Business Excellence and to have a clear view on how to obtain full customer satisfaction while maximizing results in Operations. Service Innovation Compulsory/Elective The focus is on service innovations that aim to make the most of high value capital equipment. The creation of high impact innovation by cross-functional project teams will be discussed. The stage gate innovation process will be described and limitations will be discussed within the context of service products and service industries.
Short description of modules
Project modules Bachelor Thesis Energy Systems Engineering Compulsory Independent execution of very challenging tasks as an individual project within a company. Application and deepening of problem solving, project management and professional competencies learned during the course of study and under consideration of the systemic context. Creation of convincing scientific documentation and a presentation of the results. Context 1 Compulsory Step-by-step execution of a project by an interdisciplinary team of students, in product or process innovation coached by subject experts. Gain competences in the fields of project management, research, report writing and convincing presentations. Context Module T2 Compulsory Develop English for academic and professional purposes, i.e. English communication skills, furthering presentation techniques and clear concise writing of documents considering their target audience appropriately. Engineering Product Development Project 1 Compulsory Engineering project: experiencing the development of a product in an interdisciplinary team. Elaboration of market and product requirements; develop, evaluate and verify engineering solution concepts taking into account established ideas- and solution-finding methods. Set-up of suitable basic tests and prototypes for proof of concept. Engineering Product Development Project 2 Compulsory Engineering project: experiencing the development of a product in an interdisciplinary team. Integrate the solution-parts to realize, test and demonstrate the overall system concept. Presentation and visualization of solutions, design concepts and the final result to the public. Industrial Project Energy Systems Engineering Compulsory Independent execution of an individual project within a company. Application and deepening of problem solving, project management and professional
competencies under consideration of the systemic context. Creation of convincing scientific documentation and a presentation of the results. Practical Studies Elective Acquisition of practical experiences as part of skills gained during the degree program; cooperation normally made at an external partner (departmental competence centers only take part as providers in exceptional circumstances); submission of project applications to the degree program head (only intended for full-time and part-time students with outstanding grades).
Related modules Building Envelope Elective Introduction to building physics and building construction, outdoor climate, thermal comfort, steady and non-steady state thermal transmission, transparent elements, air exchange, transient behavior of buildings, energy and sustainability in the built environment, daylight. Design, build and commission Photovoltaic in Ethiopia Elective Many Health Centers in Ethiopia are far from grid connections. Childbirth mortality at night and cooling of vaccines is a big challenge. A 5 kW decentral Energy System, consisting of photovoltaic panels, batteries, and controls shall help. Participants team-up with local students from AMU (Arba Minch University) and learn together the sizing of the components at AST (Advanced Solar Training Center, carried out by professionals from Sahay Solar and Lucerne UASA). The learning and the equipment are then taken to a rural Health center, where the Energy system is constructed, commissioned and handed-over to the local operator. Design Fundamentals Elective This module gives an overview of the discipline and processes of industrial design. Parts of the design process such as perception, ergonomics and creativity will be experienced through practical exercises. The ability to innovate is the core element of this module and will be practiced intensively. Energy Optimization with Pinch Analysis Elective Refresher energy and process technology, 20
fundamentals of Pinch Analysis and application of the engineering tool PinCH, representation of processes in composite curves, investment and operating costs, energy and cost targets, supertargeting, design of heat exchanger networks, optimization of utility systems, integration of heat pumps, combined heat and power systems, etc., introduction to batch and multiple base case process analysis, case studies from industry. HVAC-Systems Elective Components of the HVAC technology and their function together with the building electrical engineering and building automation, facility systems, system parts and components.
Renewable Energies â€“ Bioenergy Elective The technologies for energy from biomass are presented with focus on combustion in residential and industrial applications for heat, combined heat and power (CHP), and dedicated power. Further, biofuels production by anaerobic digestion (biogas), fermentation (bioethanol) and synthesis are discussed. For relevant applications, investment costs are described and economic assessments of bioenergy production are discussed.
Innovation Financing Elective Introduction to corporate finance, approaches to innovation financing, determining risk and return of investments, understanding capital structure decisions, performing project and company valuation.
Renewable Energies â€“ Solar Energy Elective Imparting of physical fundamentals and technologies regarding the usage of solar energy. Along with solar heat in buildings, photovoltaics and concentrated solar thermal processes to generate electricity are discussed. Furthermore, planning fundamentals and commercial planning software as well as costs and profitability are part of the module.
International Marketing Elective Importance of international marketing for companies being active in todayâ€™s business environment, assessment of international environment, importance of cultural diversity, development of international marketing strategies and marketing instruments, management and organization of international marketing activities, application in case studies and in a business simulation in teams.
Sales Management (intensive week) Elective Inputs and business cases to understand, analyze, and optimize both distribution channels and sales organizations. Learn to lead, motivate and measure sales teams by setting appropriate objectives; to develop suitable sales strategies and tools; to understand and deploy key characteristics of sales psychology; to apply essential practices for sales control.
Leadership (intensive week) Elective Students shall understand the concept of leadership and its different aspects and success factors by looking at themselves, their teams and organizations. The training will be based on basic theoretical concepts; yet to make it more applicable in real life one of the key elements of the training is practicing with tools that leaders apply to be successful. One of the aims of the training is to prepare the students for their future roles as leaders: project leaders or product managers.
Windpower and Ecotechnology (intensive week) Elective Basics of wind energy engineering, starting with determination of wind power potentials, applied to different kinds of turbines and systems including selection of materials and components up-to the estimation of electrical power production. Based on actual installations, stakeholder analysis and environmental impact analyses are applied to assess the impact of emissions on humans and ecosystems.
Linear Algebra Elective Basics of linear algebra including matrix algebra and its applications, in particular on differential equations; modelling and discussion of applied problems; solution of mathematical problems with analytical and numerical methods, their graphical representation, in particular, using numerical software as e.g. MATLAB.
Usability Elective Physiology and Psychology of human being, recognition and interpretation, GUI Design, Usability and Quality, Usability methods (e.g. User Questioning, Personas, Scenarios, Styleguides, Prototyping, UsabilityTesting) and Project integration, User Centred Design, Accessibility and User Experience.
Part of the experience: Excursion to the Grimsel hydroelectric power plant.
A scaled Pelton turbine at the laboratory test stand.
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Broaden your horizon An exchange semester greatly enhances a student’s personal, professional and social life. You may complete up to two semesters at one of our 80 partner universities abroad. Selecting specific options may even allow for an additional degree from a partner University, i.e. a dual degree. For further information, visit www.hslu.ch/ea-international
Co-operation: Partner universities abroad 1 Association Léonard de Vinci Paris, France 2 California Polytechnic State University (CalPoly), United States of America 3 Coventry University, United Kingdom 4 Fachhochschule Oberösterreich, Austria 5 Hanyang University, South Korea 6 Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong 7 Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India 8 Mid-Sweden University, Sweden 9 Murdoch University, Australia 10 Kasetsart University, Faculty of Engineering, Thailand 11 Universidad de Ingeniería & Technología UTEC, Peru 12 Universidad de Monterrey, Mexico 13 Stellenbosch University, South Africa 14 Musashino University, Japan 15 University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
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Schedule 2019 / 2020 Fall/Spring semester
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Flexibility Our programs are designed to fit your needs. You can choose from a range of time models, shape the key elements of your program or fill specific gaps in your previous education.
Interdisciplinarity Teaching at our School is interdisciplinary. You will closely collaborate with students from other programs. More than half of our modules are available to students from more than one program.
Practical focus We provide you with the skills for your future career. Students closely collaborate with real-life businesses throughout their program, including their thesis projects.
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Study Guide Bachelor Energy Systems Engineering 2019/2020 Hochschule Luzern – Technik & Architektur