Der erste Platz des DHC+ Student Awards geht heuer an Benedikt Leitner (AIT / TU Wien) mit seiner Arbeit zum Thema “Simulating smart coupled district heating and electrical distribution networks” – Herzlichen Glückwunsch!
The International DHC+ Student Awards are back for the 8th edition!
Students from Europe and beyond pursuing Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD degree are invited to participate. To be considered, research should contribute to the development, growth and improved efficiency of district heating and cooling on a local, national or international level.
Applications can be submitted until 14 February 2020.
Read the Guidelines to discover more about #DHCStudentAwards20, the eligibility and assessment criteria, as well as the application process.
An Evaluation Committee composed of 8 academic and industry representatives from the DHC+ Technology Platform will assess all applications received and select three winners by the end of March 2020. Winners will be invited to present at the Awards Ceremony on 5 May 2020 at the Euroheat & Power Conference in Brussels (Belgium) and publish their articles in the International EuroHeat&Power Magazine. The winner will also be awarded a 1,000 EUR cheque.
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