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5 July 2011
Enertime appeals to American universities

Arni and Oscar, two students in Mechanical Engineering at the renowned university of MIT (Massachussets Institute of Technology) have joined the Enertime team focused on the ORC unit for the summer. Enertime thus maintains its cooperation policy with major international research centers for its R&D projects.

Arni is a rising senior with a major in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Economics. He was put into contact with Enertime through the MIT MISTI (MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives) France program, which sends 100 MIT students to France every summer, to work in the fields of research and industry. Enertime caught his interest through our innovative approach to advancing the use of low temperature heat sources for energy production. He is currently working on solar thermodynamic plants.

Oscar is also studying Mechanical Engineering at MIT. He first heard about Enertime from the MIT-France program coordinator while looking for an internship. The opportunity to explore first-hand the current state of industry in the field of clean energy was one of the major factors that motivated his decision to join Enertime. He is currently working on Organic Rankine Cycle system modeling.