Participants, organisers, and lecturers at the training
24 April 2019

Training on Surface Exploration and Development of Conceptual Models held in Eritrea

The UNU-GTP conducted a 10 day training on Surface Exploration Studies for Geothermal Resources and Development of Conceptual Models in Asmara, Eritrea in cooperation with the Africa Geothermal Center of Excellence, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and the International Geothermal Association - Africa Regional Branch (IGA-ARB) at the request of the Icelandic Ministry for Foreign Affairs - International Development Cooperation for the state of Eritrea.
4 April 2019

MSc presentation by Chagaka John Kalimbia

Chagaka Kalimbia, MSc Fellow in Sustainable Energy Engineering at Reykjavík University will give a presentation on his MSc project on Thursday 11 April, 2019 at 13:00 at Reykjavík University, room M325.
25 March 2019

Seminar of MSc and PhD Fellows

A seminar, for the presentations of the UNU-GTP MSc Fellows graduating this spring, as well as presentations from two of our PhD Fellows, will be held in Vidgelmir, Orkugarður, Grensásvegi 9, Thursday 28 March from 13:00-16:30.
Dr Thecla Mutia
18 February 2019

PhD thesis of Dr. Thecla Mutia now available online

The thesis of our PhD Fellow, Dr Thecla Mutia from Kenya is now available online.
15 February 2019

Global contributions of UNU-GTP recognised by the former President of Iceland

The former President of Iceland, Mr. Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, recognised the important contribution of UNU-GTP towards the country's foreign relations, mentioning the large number of international participants that have been trained in the Programme, and even suggested it was perhaps Iceland's most important factor in the global success of combating climate change.
8 February 2019

Announcement of MSc and PhD fellowship recipients

The evaluation of the applications received from former UNU Fellows for UNU-GTP Fellowships for MSc and PhD studies in Iceland has now been carried out. There were 12 valid applications for MSc studies and 5 for the PhD studies, which shows good interest for geothermal studies in Iceland.