The Renewable Energy Systems group and Prof. Evelina Trutnevyte in particular teach three courses at the University of Geneva:
- “Physics and technology of energy” course (14E050 CR and 14E238 CR, spring semesters) in MSc Environmental Sciences (MUSE);
- “Energy, climate and environment” course (14E244, autumn semesters) in MSc Environmental Sciences (MUSE);
- “Energies renouvelables et non-renouvelables” course (12T006CR, spring semesters) in BSc Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Prof. Evelina Trutnevyte also periodically gives invited lectures in Switzerland and Europe as well as supervises Master theses. In 2017, she co-chaired the first summer school for postdocs and PhD students on “Economic modeling of environment, energy, and climate: Modelling approaches to assess nationally-determined contributions and mid-century strategies” at CIRED in France. Previously, she taught in “Quantitative Policy Analysis and Modeling” course for MSc Environmental Sciences and MSc Science, Technology and Policy at ETH Zurich and in “Energy: Society, Economics, and Policy” for MRes Energy Demand Studies at University College London.