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ASE Aeolus meets Aeolus! - 30 March

van Oord is going to welcome a selected group of ASE 'Aeolus' at the biggest crane ship the Aeolus. Make sure you don't miss out!

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Multiple Day Excursion 2018 - Jutland, Denmark

ASE 'Aeolus' fourth edition around Denmark was a great success! We would like to thank Universal Foundations, Siemens Gamesa, Bladt Industriy, LM Wind Power and Vestas for their hospitality during these visits.

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WindEurope 2017 - Amsterdam 28-30 November

Many ASE Aeolus members attended the WindEurope Conference in Amsterdam thanks to WindEurope and EWEM!

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30.09.2017 - ASE 'Aeolus' Turbine Climb in Lynetten

ASE 'Aeolus' organized a turbine climbing event at two turbines at Lynetten this Saturday. It was a great opportunity for the new EWEM students to get their hands on the turbine.

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TGIT get together every Thursday!

We believe that social bonding and networking is very import for all Aeolus members. Follow us on facebook to see where we are gathering this week!

Mission

Enriching the study experience of students of EWEM with respect to educational, career-oriented and social aspects by enhancing the bond between students and the cooperating universities, the industry and the students themselves.

ASE ‘Aeolus’

ASE ‘Aeolus’ is the association for students of the European Wind Energy Master of the TU Delft, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Technical University of Denmark.

Vision

ASE ‘Aeolus’ aims to be the default go-to organisation for students of EWEM who want to enrich their study experience and the go-to organisation for the European wind energy industry to engage with wind energy students.

FROM THE BOARD

The baton has been forwarded to the fourth board to carry out the mission that ASE ‘Aeolus’ had envisioned from the start. We would like to thank the third board for taking up such an initiative to help the EWEM Students, bringing together 150 members and alumni and many companies of the wind energy industry.

ASE ‘Aeolus’ provides a crucial link between the academic world and the industry and gives its members the opportunity to network. Cohesion and interaction among our members are one of our main goals within the association.

We have come a long way, but there is still much to look forward to. This year one of our goals is to attract more sponsors to Aeolus. This will not only broaden the career perspective of our students, but will also enable us as a board to organize more cohort bonding activities. We are very proud and thankful for the support that Van Oord and Ventolines are providing us as our partners and encourage other companies to join us in this endeavor. With their help and the help of our members we hope to create a global network that strives together in the developing world of Wind Energy.

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ASE ‘Aeolus’

The Association for Students of EWEM, known as Aeolus, was founded to help students connect with the industry and vice versa whilst also providing ways to improve their experience during the programme.

  • A multiple day experience, visiting factories, test sites, and headquarters of the wind energy industry
  • Hosting guest lectures at all our partner universities
  • Organising informal drinks and events to bring everyone together
  • Performing EWEM specific quality control to help improve the quality of the programme
  • Provide opportunities for students to find their MSc. Thesis or internship in the industry

The European Wind Energy Master (EWEM)

The European Wind Energy Master (EWEM) is an Erasmus Mundus programme hosted by the Technical University of Delft (NL),

Danish Technical University (DK), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO) and the University of Oldenburg (DE).

Students get to experience the forefront of wind energy research in an international environment.

Rotor Design

This track focuses on blade development and students must choose whether to specialise in the structures aspect or the aerodynamics aspect of blade design. A Rotor Design student obtains a degree from Delft and one from Denmark

Offshore Engineering

Students of this track learn about the design procedure for offshore structures and how it should it adapted to suit wind turbine foundations and offshore wind farms. Upon graduation students receive a degree from Delft and one from Norway

Wind Physics

Students  will gain knowledge on the physics that govern wind in terms of fluid dynamics, meteorology and statistics.  They will receive a degree from Oldenburg and Denmark after their graduation

Electrical Power Systems

This track allows the student to get the technical knowledge about components and systems required for renewable energy integration within the power system. After graduation the student will have a degree from Delft and Norway.