Energy is one of the essential requirements for a functioning society. In this course energy resources, energy technologies and their interactions with environment are investigated from the sustainability perspective. Also sustainability is further decoded and formulated using metrics and models. 


This course demonstrates various uses of microorganisms for treatment purposes, conveys oxidation/reduction reactions in the cell machinery, conducts phylogeny and function analyses, and discusses advanced molecular techniques. After completing the course, students will elucidate microbial communities in terms identity and function and will assemble a treatment scheme for a given pollution task.

The objective of this course is to help you write research documents and get acquainted with the ethics problems frequently encountered in the field.  You will learn what should be written and how to write it in each section of the document. Presentation and delivery of presentations will also be covered. Furthermore ethics case studies, common mistakes and dilemmas will be covered in this course.