Innovation through Physics and Engineering

Electrical Energy

Master in Electrical Energy (EE)

ENERGY EE is an EIPHI graduate School Master focusing on Research & Innovation in the field of Energy production and storage and management. Electrical energy is the main concern of this degree with a focus on hydrogen energy systems.

Like all the Master Degree of EIPHI Graduate school, this master is designed for R&D engineer positions in big international companies or smaller High-Tech industries but can also be the springboard for a career as Researcher or Professor.

Energy Master Students can pursue their studies with a Ph.D. in the Energy Department of Femto-St Research Lab or Belfort’s Fuel Cell Laboratory FC Lab presented thereafter.


Master 1
Fall Semester
Master 1
Spring Semester

Control Theory
Electric Actuators
Power Electronics
Engineering Science
Research Project

Storage and Energy Conversion
H2 and Energy Storage
Simulation Tools
Innovation Management
Research Project

Master 2
Fall Semester
Master 2
Spring Semester

Energy System Modeling and Control
Power System Analysis and Control
Magnetic Systems Modeling
Economical environment
Clean and Sustainable Energy
Research Project
Research Internship

Main research areas:

2 research Laboratories :

Career paths

The program targets careers such as:

Entry requirements

A degree equivalent to or higher than a Bachelor’s degree (3 or 4 years degree) in Electrical or Engineering Science for the Electrical Engineering track.  


Many scholarships will be awarded each year to high quality foreign students.

Contact: Nadia Steiner