European Master in Dynamics of Renewables-based Power Systems (DREAM) is a 2-year Master programme that offers multidisciplinary education in the dynamics and control of modern power systems. It responds to the European Commission expectations and objectives in increasing the share of renewable generation and reach the energy and climate targets. It trains students to tackle in a new way the current and future challenges of smart power systems. Therefore, kernel knowledge from the fields of Power Systems, Smart Grids, Renewable Generation, Automatic Control and Power Electronics is combined to give to the students the opportunity to acquire a global “system view” of the dynamics of the next generation of power systems. Applications are welcome from all these fields. Teaching during the programme will bring together knowledge from these fields in order to promote a more integrated way of thinking, which is the holistic view in order to form multidisciplinary specialists trained for the new jobs and challenges of future power systems.


Power systems - Renewable energy - Power electronics - Automatic control - Applications of control theory - Applied physics - Mechatronics - Wind power - Solar power - Electrical vehicles - Microgrids - Multidisciplinary


Electrical sector, distribution of energy, power systems regeneration, manufacturers, regulatory commissions


Engineering studies and development, Research and development departments, industrial and/or academic research


project manager, senior engineer, manager, commercial engineer, consultant, post-doc and researcher


Label of excellence

The DREAM master's programme has been selected under the European Programmes of Excellence in 2021 through the Erasmus+ 2021-27 key action 2.

DREAM is a joint master's programme implemented and fully supported by 4 major European Higher Education Institutions (HEI):

  • Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France
  • Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
  • Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft, Germany
  • National University of Science and Technology Politehnica Bucharest, Romania

To find out more about the DREAM partners, see the pages Dream full partners and DREAM associated partners.

Published on December 9, 2021 Updated on October 11, 2023