The institute engages graduate students, postdoctoral associates, research staff, and faculty members in the research and development of innovative technologies, economics, environment and policies for the energy transition. 

Master of Energy Systems Engineering

Energy Systems Engineering (ESE) Master's Program was initiated in 2018 with 40 students of each year. ESE Master's Program aims to produce graduates capable of designing, analyzing, and applying energy systems to solve problems in the energy sector by utilizing a or interdisciplinary approach. This field has a very broad scope, ranging from ideas, concepts, designs, to technology, systems, and planning and policy analysis in the energy sector. The advantage possessed by graduates of this science is the flexibility they have, where the skills obtained by graduates of the Energy System Engineering Study Program can develop their own areas of expertise, both by sector (transportation, electric power, industry, and commercial) and based on the scale of the system they want to study. , including at the global, national, regional, corporate, factory/plant policy levels, to unit operations.​

Certificate Programs

Energy Transition​

The Institute of Energy Studies offered a certified program open to educational institution, corporate and public covering the energy transition at large. Coverage of topics comprises of decarbonisation strategy of energy supply and demand sectors, carbon negative technologies, green mobility, energy storage, economics and modelling of energy transition.

Energy Technology and Policy

Non-degree certified education program on energy technology and policy offered by the Institute of Energy Studies covers decarbonisation of electricity sector from the supply side, which includes discussions on renewable energy technologies, decarbonisation in fuels and via low carbon technologies.