Vestas Porto - Master's thesis collaboration

Do you want to collaborate with Vestas on an exciting project?

At Vestas, we are happy to collaborate with students around the world. Communicating and interacting with talented students of today is a critical success factor for Vestas, as university students represent a large pool of talents that we need in the future.
If you are a student and wish to collaborate with Vestas on your next project or master thesis, we invite you to have a look at our current project openings. Below here, you can find more details about the specific projects.

Current project proposals:

Project 1 - Quantification of aerodynamic roughness for weather models through CFD simulations of idealized microscale flows (Applications are now closed)
Project 9 - Data exploration for identification of load-driving turbine configurations (Applications are now closed)

Vestas Porto: 

The Vestas Porto Design Center is an evolution of the presence in Portugal of Vestas to strengthen its global R&D setup. The Porto Design Centre collaborates in the development of products for the global market in an ever-changing environment ensuring Vestas continues to have a market leading product portfolio.
Learn more about Vestas in Porto:
https://www.vestas.com/en/career/porto#!

"When the time came to elaborate on the thesis, I was sure that it would be in a business environment. When this proposal was presented to me, I didn't hesitate. It was the best decision of my still small working life! It was fantastic. I immediately felt like family. And how lucky I was to be able to continue here!" Margarida Branco
 

"The last year of a master degree is seen, many times, as a year of rest, low workload and an “easy” good grade. Of the three, I got the “easy” good grade, that was achieved with a lot of work, but never with a lack of rest or feeling lost. When I applied to this theme, I had no idea of the meaning of around 90% of the words on it, yet with the support and the way people from LaC have received me, I have managed, in a little time, to learn and develop my thesis. I think it gets easier to be motivated when people welcome us with open arms and a bright smile.”  Bruno Cunha