UCL launches landmark data analytics and energy systems Master's
21 November 2017
UCL Energy Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the MSc in Energy Systems and Data Analytics
20 November 2017
UCL-Energy’s brand new MSc in Energy Systems and Data Analytics (MSc ESDA) will provide an academically leading, and industrially relevant, study of energy systems through the lens of data analytics.
For first teaching from September 2018, students will gain a multi-sector multi-vector understanding of Energy Systems, while developing advanced statistical and machine learning skills and getting practical experience of data analysis.
Dr Aidan O’Sullivan, Course Director - MSc ESDA, said:
Nick Smailes, Director and Head of External Relations at the Energy System Catapult, said:
On 6th December 2017, as part of UCL’s graduate open day, MSc ESDA Course Director Dr Aidan O’Sullivan and Dr Tristan Smith will be speaking on ‘Energy Systems, Data and Decarbonisation - opportunities for research and studies at the UCL Energy Institute’. Register online here.
The UCL Energy Institute is part of the prestigious Bartlett: UCL's global faculty of the built environment, delivering world-leading learning, research and policy support on the challenges of climate change and energy security. The Institute holds in-depth relationships with UK government agencies, regulators and advisory bodies, close connections with industry, as well as links to non-governmental organisations and think tanks.
Applications for the MSc ESDA will open in late November. Please get in touch by email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.