New semester at NTNUMonday, August 28, 2017

A new semester starts at the NTNU in Trondheim! Our second year EWEM students (2016/2018 cohort) are enjoying the impressive landscapes and activities of the introduction week. Here are some pictures sent by them:

 

Interview to Paul Hulsman: “Being part of a DreamTeam is a unique opportunity”Monday, July 24, 2017

In his recent interview Wind Physics student Paul Hulsman talks about his gap year as a team manager of TU Delft Eco-Runner Team before departing to Denmark to complete his Master’s. In the interview Paul talks about what he learned from this experience and share his views about taking a gap year from his studies.

 

 

PhD student Jan Schneiders and EWEM student Constantin Jux awarded best paper at Ispiv 2017Friday, July 21, 2017

Aerodynamics Ph.D. candidate Jan Schneiders and EWEM student Constantin Jux from the Rotor Design track won the best paper award at the last International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry (Ispiv), held last June in Busan (KR).

Their work deals with a novel “torch-like” system for large-scale tomographic PIV based on the use of helium-filled soap bubbles. Jan and Constantin used this system for the full-scale measurement of the flow around Giro d’Italia winning cyclist Tom Dumoulin (video) under the supervision of Dr. Sciacchitano and Prof. Scarano.

 

EWEM Summer School 17Friday, June 30, 2017

The fourth edition of the EWEM Summer School was held last week during the days 21st, 22nd and 23rd of June. We want to thank the companies that hosted us and made the event an unforgettable experience: SpeedSolving Maritime, Ampelmann, Seaway Heavy lifting, Eneco, Van Oord and Ventolines.

Delft Offshore Turbine – Lunch LectureTuesday, June 13, 2017

The student association of EWEM, ASE-Aeolus, organizes a lunch lecture with Delft Offshore Turbine on June 16th at 12:45. The location is the 3mE faculty, room K. They will talk about the challenges of this industry and their experience so far in this interesting field. Don’t miss this event! Check out the Facebook event to enrol in this activity. Do not hesitate to contact Aeolus for further questions: info@ase-aeolus.com.

Siemens – Lunch LectureTuesday, June 13, 2017

 

 

The student association of EWEM, ASE-Aeolus, organizes a lunch lecture with Siemens on June 20th at 12:45. It will take place at the TU Delft Industrial Design faculty. You will hear about the latest and future developments of the biggest wind turbine manufacturer; as well as the challenges they are currently facing. Don’t miss this event! Check out the Facebook event to enrol in this activity. Do not hesitate to contact Aeolus for further questions: info@ase-aeolus.com.

Internships & OpportunitiesMonday, May 22, 2017

In this section you can find a list of the available internship positions, industrial MSc graduation projects and career opportunities. For more information please, contact ewem@tudelft.nl

Note for the companies: in case you are looking for suitable candidates for internship positions or MSc graduation projects, please share the vacancy with ewem@tudelft.nl.

Internship opportunities

3 months internship at Fraunhofer IWES (Bremerhaven)

Implementation of wave theories in the MODELICA programming language. Click here for the     complete description.

Notes: OE students preferred; Possibility of extension for MSc Thesis project.

Internships available at Ballast Nedam

Topics: Offshore Wind Logistics, Offshore wind installation (after 2020), any other topic TBD with the student.

Duration: TBD

Contact person: Jan De Vries – j.de.vries@ballast-nedam.nl

 

MSc graduation projects

9 months MSc Thesis at Siemens Wind Power (The Hague)

Investigation, modeling and verification of critical parameters driving vortex induced vibrations on wind turbine towers. Click here for the complete description.

Note: RD or WP students preferred.

 

Career opportunities

Junior Expert Wind Energy at 3E (Brussels)

Requirements: MSc in Engineering. Preferable full Dutch communication skills.

Click here for the complete description.

 

 

 

Application Engineer – Offshore Wind Power at OWI-Lab (Antwerp)

Requirements: MSc in Electromechanics Engineering or similar. Preferably 2 to 5 years working experience in the offshore wind energy sector.

Click here for the complete description.

 

 

 

Senior Financial Analyst at Green Giraffe (Utrecht)

Full-time one-year contract basis in Utrecht.

Requirements: MSc in Engineering. Full Dutch communication skills. Preferably 2 to 4 years working experience.

Click here for the complete description.

 

Project Manager at Green Giraffe (Utrecht)

Full-time and permanent contract in Utrecht.

Requirements: MSc in Engineering. Full Dutch communication skills. Preferably 4 to 6 years working experience.

Click here for the complete description.

 

EWEM at the Master Event & Master WeekTuesday, March 14, 2017

Thank you all to come by our stand during the Master Event 2017. It was great to see your enthusiasm and interest, not only in EWEM but also in science, technology and renewable energies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Master EventTuesday, February 28, 2017

EWEM will be present in the Master Event happening next week Thursday 9th of March at the TU Delft. You are welcome to visit us from 15:00 in the second floor of the Aula building and get to know more about this Joint Educational MSc Programme. There will be a presentation held by Carlos Simao Ferreira (time 18.00-18.35).

 

 

 

 

EWEM statisticsTuesday, October 25, 2016

The EWEM students from the first 5 cohorts range over 43 different nationalities:

Our current top 10 countries in popularity

Netherlands

China

India

Pakistan

Germany

Belgium

Mexico

U.S.A.

Spain

 

Universities:

The EWEM students form an international network of wind energy engineers with backgrounds from top technical universities all over the world. Some examples below:

EWEM employers

To date, EWEM graduates have been hired by over 40 different companies, most of which are involved in R&D in the wind energy conversion chain. Among others:


Another important share of graduates went for a Ph.D. position. Statistics are below:

Who will come to complement and/or diversify our list?