TPM Energy Transition Lab Master Thesis Circle:

The TPM Energy Transition Lab offers positions in its Master Thesis Circle to give students from different master programs (Engineering and Policy Analysis, Complex Systems Engineering and Management, Management of Technology, and Industrial Ecology) the opportunity to participate in and contribute to the several research projects of TPM Energy Transition Lab. 

Be on the forefront of energy transition research

We invite ambitious, creative students with excellent research skills - and who are enthusiastic about working with other students on interdisciplinary energy research! -  to take a look at our research projects and apply. Individual projects and assignments for the Master Thesis Circle will be published here when available.

Themes and supervision

The thesis circle is limited to five students and explicitly linked to TPM Energy Transition Lab’s research themes: “Capturing behavior in the energy transition (main supervisor: Gerdien de Vries), and: “Design of the energy transition” (main supervisor Emile Chappin). Energy researchers from all departments of TPM will be involved in supervision, depending on the expertise needed for specific research projects. Any thesis research project in the circle is expected to be on the forefront of energy transition research, contribute to the understanding of the energy transition. 

How to apply

New research projects that fit one of our themes are always welcome. Inquiries or interested in ongoing or available projects. Reach out to Xandra Tober if you want to know more, have project ideas or want to apply! Please also see our Postdoc offer here.