370.044 Seminar Energy Economics and Environment
This course is in all assigned curricula part of the STEOP.
This course is in at least 1 assigned curriculum part of the STEOP.

2019S, SE, 3.0h, 4.5EC

Properties

  • Semester hours: 3.0
  • Credits: 4.5
  • Type: SE Seminar

Aim of course

Gain experience in writing and presenting scientific content 

  1. Critical appraisal of peer reviewed literature in the area of energy and environmental economics. (comparison of 2 existing papers and their differences in methods and results)
  2. Learn how to prepare, write and present scientific content.
  3. Present your paper and receive feedback on content and style of presentation
  4. Get inputs/improvements for further work. (Master Thesis)

Subject of course

Important meetings during this Seminar:

Monday, 4.3.2019, 10am at EI2: General Introduction on Semester Courses

Monday, 4.3.2019, 1pm at EI6: Detailed introduction on the Seminar!

  1. Organisation of the course and groups
  2. How to write and structure a paper
  3. How to prepare a scientific presentation
  4. Style of presenting

Monday, 4.6.2019, 1pm at EI6: Possibility for Paper Presentation and Discussion

Tuesday, 5.6.2019, 1pm at EI 3A: Possibility for Paper Presentation and Discussion

25.6.19: Final Submission of Paper

Additional information

This lecture is a compulsory course within the module "Energy Economics and Environment" in the new curriculum. 

To simulate a typical conference atmosphere / setting the seminar will be held in several blocks. 

Please consider the plagiarism guidelines of TU Wien when writing your seminar paper: Directive concerning the handling of plagiarism (PDF)

Lecturers

Institute

Course dates

DayTimeDateLocationDescription
Mon10:00 - 13:0004.03.2019EI 2 Pichelmayer HS Vorbesprechung
Mon13:00 - 17:0004.03.2019 - 03.06.2019EI 6 Eckert HS Seminar Energiewirtschaft und Umwelt
Tue13:00 - 17:0004.06.2019EI 3A Hörsaal Individual Work - Seminar Paper
Seminar Energy Economics and Environment - Single appointments
DayDateTimeLocationDescription
Mon04.03.201910:00 - 13:00EI 2 Pichelmayer HS Vorbesprechung
Mon04.03.201913:00 - 17:00EI 6 Eckert HS Introduction - paper structure and administration
Mon18.03.201913:00 - 17:00EI 6 Eckert HS Interim meeting - Questions concerning your work
Mon03.06.201913:00 - 17:00EI 6 Eckert HS PRESENTATIONS
Tue04.06.201913:00 - 17:00EI 3A Hörsaal PRESENTATIONS

Examination modalities

  1. Submission of a scientific text (quality, structure, length)
  2. Holding a scientific presentation (content, structure, presentation style, time keeping, discussion)

Course registration

Begin End Deregistration end
18.02.2019 00:00 22.03.2019 00:00

Group Registration

GroupRegistration FromTo
Group 1 - Aminu, Meenagh, Minford (2018)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 2 - Rathore et al. (2019)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 3 - Bos, Demirer, Gupta, Tiwari (2018)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 4 - Cervantes, Choobineh (2018)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 5 - Avicioglu et al. (2019)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 6 -Fina, Auer, Friedl (2019)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 7 - Han, Wu, Zhang (2018)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 8 - Helgesen, Tomasgard (2018)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 9 - Kubli, Loock, Wüstenhagen (2018)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 10 - Mir-Artigues, Cerdá, del Río (2018)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 11 - Guandalini et al.(2017)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 12 - Schusser, Jaraite (2018)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 13 - Shi, Li, Chu, Gadh (2017)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 23:59
Group 14 - Wang et al (2019)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 18:00
Group 15 - Helm, Mier (2016)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 18:00
Group 16 - Blakers, Lu, Stocks (2017)05.03.2019 18:0011.03.2019 18:00

Curricula

Literature

No lecture notes are available.

Previous knowledge

No prior knowledge required.

The scientific paper will be written as a comparison of 2 existing papers. Interpretation of the content and methods - comparison of results and differing argumentation in the papers. Conclusions on the impact of different methods and goals of the two papers are made.

Accompanying courses

Language

English