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Jimena Incer Valverde, MSc.


Research and teaching associate

Energy Engineering Department


M.Sc Process, Energy and Environmental Systems Engineering (PEESE)

Technische Universität Berlin

Modules: Refrigeration and Air ConditioningEnergy Engineering


Consulting hours,

In El Gouna (winter term):

Room G70

In Berlin (summer term):

Room KT03

Tuesday 10 am to 12 pm
Thursday 10 am to 12 pm


Research activities

  • Exergy-based methods
  • Advanced exergy-based methods
  • Large scale energy storage systems
  • Cryogenic Energy storage



Short curriculum vitae


Jimena Incer conducted her undergraduate and graduate studies in Chemical Engineering in the University of Costa Rica (UCR). After her studies she worked at the Research Center of Energy and Electrochemistry (CELEQ) of the University of Costa Rica where she collaborated in the field of catalytic reactions, specially hydrogen production from photocatalysis. She also co-coordinated the Network of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RIDER) at the UCR. At the same university she worked as a junior lecturer of the curses Process Analysis and Transport Phenomena for undergraduate students of chemical engineering.

She received her Master of Science degree in Process, Energy and Environmental Systems Engineering (PEESE) at the Technical University of Berlin in 2019. Her master thesis was in the field of advanced exergy-based analysis applied to a cryogenic-based energy storage system.

 After finishing her master´s she joined TU Berlin, Campus El Gouna as research associate and teacher assistant for the Energy Engineering Department.



Activities, publications and supervisions



Incer, J., Duran, J.E., Pineda, L.W., Cu-dye sensitized TiO2 photocatalyst for hydrogen production: Effect of microwave power and irradiation time used in its preparation. Poster presentation at the 10th World Congress of Chemical Engineering.


Incer, J., Hamdy, S., Morosuk, T., Tsatsatonis, G. Advanced Exergy-based methods applied to Cryogenics-based Energy Storage.  In: Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems.


Master thesis supervisions: 

  • open for supervision for related topics



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