Introduction on Fuel Cell and Battery Systems
The fuel cell and battery research programme is multi-disciplinary and involves mechanical engineering, control engineering and electrical engineering. The group conducts research in the areas of fuel cell and battery components, systems and control with a strong focus on the combination of experimental and theoretical work.
The research group is devoted to the education of highly qualified B.Sc., M.Sc. and PhDs in the area of fuel cells and batteries. International students with an interest in the research area are invited to join the international master programmes in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology. Alternatively, you may also work with fuel cells in the programmes Thermal Energy and Process Engineering and Mechatronic Control Engineering if your main interests lie within these areas. The group also welcomes guest students with an interest in working with fuel cells and batteries.
Dantherm Power, Danfoss, Grundfos, SerEnergy, Danish Technological Institute, Lithium-Balance, LeanEco, IRD Fuel Cells, H2Logic, Sintex, Cemtec, Energy City Frederikshavn, BASF, Ballard, University of Victoria, Technical University of Denmark, University of Southern Denmark and Vestas Wind Systems.
Vacancies within Fuel Cell and Battery Systems
If any, please find the vacancies here: Vacancies at Aalborg University.
Mads Pagh Nielsen, John K. Pedersen, Torsten Berning, Søren Knudsen Kær, Søren Juhl Andreasen, Benoît Bidoggia, Alexandros Arsalis, Vincenzo Liso, Samuel Simon Araya, Haftor Örn Sigurdsson, Anders Christian Olesen, Xin Gao, Hans-Christian Becker Jensen, Simon Lennart Sahlin, Jakob Rabjerg Vang, Remus Teodorescu, Maciej Swierczynski, Philipp Braun, Ana-Irina Stan, Daniel Stroe, Erik Schaltz, Jorge Varela Barreras, Kristian Kjær Justesen and Fan Zhou.