Energy System Engineering
For a carbon-neutral society in 2050, a paradigm shift is needed to efficiency improvement of the entire energy system from energy production to consumption, from the conventional energy supply-centered method.
The Department of Energy System Engineering aims to foster leaders who can contribute to various energy industries and R&D, including power generation and power industries, and play in the global energy industry and advanced research fields by cultivating engineering capabilities and engineering skills that necessary for following technologies.
- Distributed integrated energy management technology to respond to uncertainties and volatility in renewable energy and to innovate energy supply and demand structure
- Energy management technology in the industrial field through the data-based process and facility analysis
- Cooling technology based on Zero GWP (Global Warming Potential) for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and suppressing global warming
- High-efficiency platform technology for energy-consuming devices
- Supercritical carbon dioxide power generation technology, etc.
major representative professorJeong Hak-geun