Our members

Delft University of Technology

The Energy Technology Section is part of the Process and Energy Department of the Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering (3mE) faculty at the Delft University of Technology. Research and education focus on the design and modeling of thermal energy conversion systems, with a focus on renewable energy.

Our lively group consists of around 35 scientific staff members (professors, research associates and PhD students) and, at any time, approximately 40 M.Sc. students. We also manage excellent research facilities. 

Eindhoven University of Technology

An important aim of the research carried out in the Combustion Technology group is to support the development of efficient and clean combustion processes of organic fuels in laminar and turbulent flows. This is related to the development of new combustion equipment for domestic and industrial appliances, with a special focus on engine applications. Tailor-made theoretical and numerical models are developed using state-of-the-art physical and chemical knowledge of reacting flow systems.

Twente University

The research in the Thermal Engineering department is concerned with questions related to industrial applications of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, reaction kinetics, thermoacoustics and process technology. Using a combined approach of theoretical analysis, numerical calculations and experimental investigations, the department aims to develop new and advanced knowledge for application in industry and the built environment.

Priority is given to the clean and efficient use of energy and the application of renewable energy sources.