TAM/AEP/CHEME /ECE/MAE/NSE 4130: Introduction to Nuclear Science and Engineering. Renewable Energy BEE 4900: Biofuels: The Economic and Environmental Interactions. MAE 4020: Wind Power Energy Conversion, Distribution, and Storage ECE 4510: Electric Power Systems I. ECE 4520: Electric Power Systems II. This programme of study is designed for those: from cognate engineering disciplines wishing to specialise in this field; working in industry who wish to update their knowledge and skills; non-engineers who are seeking a good understanding of the engineering aspects of energy systems so that. Fossil and Nuclear Energy CHEME 5204/5207: Turbomachinery Applications/Hydrocarbon Resources and Petroleum Refining (series of two 1-2 credit hour courses) EAS 4010: Fundamentals of Earth and Minerals Resources. EAS 4340: Exploration Geophysics EAS 4370: Geophysical Field Methods MAE 4590: Nuclear Fusion (also NSE 4840) MAE 4590/NSE/AEP/NSE. This list is not exhaustive, please also check our School funding page. EPSRC Collaborative Training Account The University was granted in previous years additional postgraduate funding from the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC ) through the Collaborative Training Account (CTA) scheme which. Offered collaboratively by: Biological and Environmental Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Administered by the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Contacts: Curricular topics: Jeff Tester, Director, Cornell Energy Institute; Administrative or registrar topics: Carol Casler, undergraduate. Further details are available on the Panasonic Trust website. Chevening Scholarship Overseas students may apply to their local office of the British Council for a Chevening Scholarship. World. Our quality of life and the stability of nations ultimately depend on having accessible energy resources and an equitable and sustainable energy supply and distribution system. Achievement of thes goals requires the participation, ingenuity, and hard work of people with a range of specialized backgrounds.