of the program
Solar Thermal Energy Technology
Linear concentrating systems, which include parabolic troughs and linear Fresnel reflectors, Solar power towers, Solar dish/engine systems.
Solar Photovoltaic Technology
Monocrystalline silicon. Polycrystalline (or multicrystalline) silicon. Amorphous silicon (Thin-film), Cadmium Telluride, CdTe (thin-film), Polymer and organic PV.
Agricultural Residues, Animal Waste, Forestry Residues, Wood Wastes, Industrial Wastes
Energy Material Development
Energy Conversion and Storage Technology
Who can prefer this Course
The course structure is framed with both hard core and softcore courses to substantiate both theoritical and along technical understanding of subjects with handful of experiences. In addition there will be some bridge courses. Most of the first semester courses will be on energy and modeling. In the second and third semester courses will be based on energy, environment, chemistry, management and other GET related fields. Students will select courses suiting background and interest. Each theory course will have a project component which will be either individual or group based.