Energy System Engineering
The Energy System Engineering (ISE) Research Group is part of the Thermal and Fluid Engineering Department at Carlos III University of Madrid, School of Engineering. The aim of the ISE research is to apply lab scale experimental evidence and mathematical modelling to the industrial challenges of energy generation, in an efficient and sustainable way.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) was established by an Act of the Spanish Parliament on 5 May 1989. From the outset it was intended to be a relatively small, innovative, public university, providing teaching of the highest quality and focused primarily on research. In 2009 UC3M was selected by the Ministries of Education and of Science and Innovation as a Campus of International Excellence.
UC3M has a strong international focus with top teaching and research facilities as well as a wide variety of sport and cultural activities. More than 16,000 undergraduate and 2,500 postgraduate students are enrolled in the areas of Engineering, Social Sciences and Humanities. UC3M also offers one of the most extensive selections of bilingual degrees in Spain, thus permitting students to study in Spanish or English (or both) thanks to the international faculty and the collaboration of leading businesses and professionals.
According to a research productivity study on public Spanish universities (University of Granada, 2008), UC3M is one of the top Spanish universities in the overall per capita ranking based on research productivity, officially approved 6-year research periods, R+D projects and PhD programmes bearing a Quality Label recognition by ANECA (a state agency that evaluates, certifies and accredits Spanish higher education institutions).