Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dalhousie University

ECED 6190 - Energy Systems Analysis

Fall 2019

Last updated: 15 November 2019


Introduction

ECED 6190 is intended to introduce graduate students and senior-year undergraduates to some of the terminology, methods, tools, and techniques available to energy practitioners for understanding, assessing, and analyzing energy systems in a time of increasing concern over the energy-related impacts of Anthropogenic Global Warming.

Prerequisites

Permission of the instructor; the course is open to all graduate students, regardless of discipline.

Class times and location

Location: Room 244 of the Life Sciences Centre (LSC) Common Area (just down the corridor from the Tim Horton's).

Class times: 4pm to 5:30pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Data sources

Click here for a list of some of the data sources that can be used during the course.

Reading material on energy security

For a list of papers dealing with the topics on energy security that we will be covering in class, click here.

Weekly reviews

Each week, all members of the class are expected to write a review on an assigned paper. For details of each week's review, click here.

Assignments

Assignment 1.

Assignment 2.

Assignment 3.

Province project

For a copy of the term province project, click here.

Course-related news items

Click here for a list of news items that pertain to material covered in the course.