370.101 Winter/Summer School on Energy Transition
This course is in all assigned curricula part of the STEOP.
This course is in at least 1 assigned curriculum part of the STEOP.

2024S, VU, 4.0h, 6.0EC, to be held in blocked form


  • Semester hours: 4.0
  • Credits: 6.0
  • Type: VU Lecture and Exercise
  • Format: Presence

Learning outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are able to better understand the specific contents and system interrelationships of the energy transition and to put the methods learned into practice in the respective areas of the energy transition.

Subject of course

During the year, several opportunities arise to participate in thematic schools (winter, spring, summer, autumn) where EEG staff members are involved in the organisation and/or as lecturers. Below you can find recently announced upcoming schools in 2024 as well as past events last year. With regard to past events, it is to be expected that similar ones will also take place this year. The list below will be constantly updated and expanded as a new school is announced for the upcoming 2024/2025 year.

In case you are interested in a particular topic/school, please get in touch with the contact person shown below. You will get up-to-date information and new dates of upcoming schools as soon as they are available.

- Winter School workshop in energy market modelling (organized by NTNU/Norway). 17-20 March 2024 in Oppdal/Norway. Details: Winter School 2024 - NTNU. Contact: Hans Auer, auer@eeg.tuwien.ac.at

- Autumn School on crafting research with impact on policy and regulation (organized by FSR/Italy). 16-18 September 2024 in Florence/Italy. Details: Loyola Autumn Research School (eui.eu). Contact: Hans Auer, auer@eeg.tuwien.ac.at 

- NordNET PhD Autumn School: Modeling Energy System Integration and Sustainable Transport (organized by CSEI/Denmark). 21-25 October 2024 in Copenhagen/Denmark. Details: NordNET PhD Autumn School: Modeling Energy System Integration and Sustainable Transport – CSEI. Contact: Hans Auer, auer@eeg.tuwien.ac.at

Teaching methods

  • Thematic lectures and interactive discussions (methods, case studies, …) with students
  • Group work (case study analyses, …) in small groups
  • Coding and software implementation of case studies
  • Ad hoc and result presentations by students
  • Technical tours
  • Others

Mode of examination


Additional information

This course is primarily intended for PhD students or students towards the end of their Master's degree (ideally those who are aiming for a master thesis at the Energy Economics Group (EEG) or are already working on it).

For general questions about the various schools, please contact Hans Auer: auer@eeg.tuwien.ac.at



Examination modalities

• Written confirmation of successful participation in the school
• Brief oral or written summary of the school's overarching themes
• Short oral or written presentation of one's own contribution to the school

Course registration

Begin End Deregistration end
01.03.2024 00:00 01.09.2024 00:00


The student has to be enrolled for at least one of the studies listed below


Study CodeObligationSemesterPrecon.Info
710 FW Elective Courses - Electrical Engineering Elective


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