Smart Energy

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Deze minor is toegankelijk voor alle studenten van de Hanzehogeschool Groningen die hun propedeuse hebben gehaald.​

Vanuit innovatiewerkplaats de Digital Society Hub werken studenten binnen de minor Smart Energy samen in multidisciplinaire projectgroepen aan actuele opdrachten op het snijvlak van energie en informatietechnologie.

De opdrachten zijn gevarieerd en worden aangeboden in samenwerking met bedrijven uit het noorden die actief zijn in de energiesector waaronder: DNV GL, TNO, ICT Automatisering,  Anchormen, Gasunie, Gemeente Groningen en het Kenniscentrum Energie van de Hanzehogeschool. Deze partijen treden op als opdrachtgever. De werkzaamheden vinden plaats op EnTranCe.  Hier werken studenten, onderzoekers en het bedrijfsleven samen aan actuele vraagstukken rond onze toekomstige energievoorziening.

De Minor Smart Energy bestaat uit 20 ECTS projectonderwijs en 10 ECTS in de modules Society en Business. Het project wordt per groep beoordeeld doormiddel van rapporten en presentaties. De modules Business en Society worden individueel beoordeeld door middel van individuele opdrachten die verwerkt worden in een logboek.

De minor Smart Energy maakt deel uit van de Energy Academy Europe "Energieroute".

 

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Project Smart Energy Part 1

Credits

7.5 

Content

- Adequately describe the organizational context of the problem or opportunity for your client 
- Carefully define and validate the problem or opportunity 
- Show the relevance of solving the problem or seizing the opportunity for your client 
- Describe which deliverables your project group will deliver to solve the problem or seize the opportunity (hardware/software prototypes, test plans, documentation etc.) 
- Present a detailed requirements analysis 
- Describe which methods, techniques and tools you have chosen for your project and motivate your choices 
- Refer to relevant theory on subjects related to your project 
- Show that you have applied the principle of design science research to your project 
- Elaborate on the preconditions for success in your project 
- Describe risks and appropriate measures 
- Stakeholder analysis 
- Details on project planning and management 
- Use figures, images and tables where appropriate 
- Careful use of references and bibliography

Project Smart Energy progress presentation

Credits

2.5 

Content

- Clear introduction to the subject 
- Clear structure 
- Distinction between mayor and minor issues 
- Theoretical underpinning - Relevance for the client/business 
- Oral and written language must be correct 
- The presentation must have the right pace 
- Clear and appropriate interaction with the audience 
- Answering of questions from the audience is an import part of the presentation (half of the grade)

Module Society (Individual portfolio)

Credits


Content

- World War III 
- Climate policy 
- Opportunities of climate change 
- Potential of solar and wind energy 
- Supply and demand 
- Future energy scenarios for 2050 
- Fuel prices

Project Smart Energy part 2 (Group final report)

Credits

7.5 

Content

Everything from the progress report + 
- Show that the chosen methods and techniques have been applied consistently and correctly 
- Show that the deliverables solve the client's problem or seize the opportunity 
- Show how existing theory was assessed and applied to your project 
- Research strategy, data collection and data analysis methods are described 
- Reliability and validity of the research 
- Show that the deliverables fulfill the requirements 
- Demonstrate the product/prototype 

Project Smart Energy final presentation

Credits

2.5 

Content

- Clear introduction to the subject 
- Clear structure 
- Distinction between mayor and minor issues 
- Theoretical underpinning 
- Relevance for the client/business 
- Oral and written language must be correct 
- The presentation must have the right pace 
- Clear and appropriate interaction with the audience 
- Answering of questions from the audience is an import part of the presentation (half of the grade)

Module Business (Individual portfolio)

Credits

5

Content

- Entrepreneurship 
- Corporate Social Responsibility 
- Customer surveys 
- Competitions analysis 
- Making a business plan 
- Business models

ECTS Course Catalogue

Meer informatie over de minor vind je in de ECTS Course Catalogue.




Lech Bialek

(050) 595 48 48

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