Mission and Focus Areas of Offshore Energy Systems


The OES programme aims to explore, research and develop innovative and breakthrough engineering methodology/methods and technology/techniques for harnessing offshore energy in a reliable, sustainable, cost-effective and environmentally-friend manner.

Focus Areas

The OES programme currently focuses on advanced modeling, optimization, control and fault/failure diagnosis of the following energy systems:

  • Optimization and planning of offshore wind farms
  • Condition monitoring, Reliability analysis, and fault detection of offshore wind turbines
  • Control and automation of offshore wind farms
  • Optimization and Control of floating wind turbines

Vacancies within Offshore Energy Systems

If any, please find the vacancies here: Vacancies at Aalborg University

Collaboration Partners

The OES programme has extensive collaborations with academic and industrial partners, nationally and internationally:

  • Technical University of Denmark
  • University of Southern Denmark
  • Offshore Denmark
  • Mærsk Oil
  • Ramboll Oil & Gas
  • Semco Maritime
  • Siemens Flow Instruments
  • Grundfos
  • Danfoss
  • Dong Energy
  • Siemens Wind Power
  • Vestas Wind Systems
  • SE
  • DEIF
  • MacArtney
  • SpaceCom
  • Cranfield University (UK)
  • NTNU (N)
  • RWTH Aachen (G)
  • TUDelft (NL)
  • ETH Zürich (CH)
  • Singapore National University (SG)
  • Beihang University (CN)
  • ECUST (CN)
  • ABB