Cooperating Institute at RWTH

Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics (IAEW)


The scientific leadership for the Master Programme lies with the Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics. Chair and Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics (IAEW) make part of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of RWTH Aachen University. There are about 40 full-time staff members at the institute with 25 scientific staff members working in different research groups. Research and education at the Institute mainly focuses on mathematical simulation, optimisation and assessment of technical-economical extension and behaviour of energy supply systems, but also of natural gas as well as district heat supply.

About 50 students doing either short, master or diploma theses, 20 work as part-time student research assistant, contribute essentially to the research work of the institute, even to their advantage preparing the start-up into profession. Research and education at the Institute mainly focuses on mathematical simulation, optimisation and assessment of technical-economical extension and behaviour of energy supply systems, especially those of electric power generation, power transmission and power distribution, but also of natural gas as well as district heat supply.

Scientific Director of M.Sc. Management and Engineering in Electrical Power Systems


Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Albert Moser

Study Advisor M.Sc. Management and Engineering in Electrical Power Systems


Christoph Baumann, M.Sc.

The academic programme coordinator, or course manager, is the direct contact person for students with all questions on the specific scientific content of their study programme. He conducts an orientation meeting at the beginning, and is available throughout the duration of the students' stay to support them in their planning. He also needs to be contacted in order to request a change of the study programme, or to take up additional courses.

More information: http://www.iaew.rwth-aachen.de/ (link is external)

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Last updated date

Nov 6 2015 - 1:49pm

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Jenssen
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