The Professorship is responsible for the scientific coordination of the EUREM course held at Schloss Hofen and FHV. The course enables participants to identify energy conservation potentials and implement energy efficiency improvements, it is particularly geared towards industrial and professional environments. The course consists of 200 hours of coursework including about 100 hours of classes held by the foremost experts in the respective fields as well as a large project to be conducted at the participant's employer. The course has been made possible through a joint effort of the state of Vorarlberg, the Vorarlberg and Austrian Chambers of Commerce, illwerke vkw, the Energieinstitut Vorarlberg, FHV, and Schoss Hofen.
The members of our research group are strongly involved in teaching in FHV's M.S. program in Energy Technology and Energy Economy. The program focuses on the fundamentals of sustainable energy generation and utilization. By closely integrating research and teaching and by a project oriented approach to teaching it provides a highly inclusive learning environment that focuses on well founded, state-of-the-art and application-oriented contents. The professorship and the study program administration are in constant communication to inspire excellence and continuous improvement.