Today’s technicians and students are the next generation of potential fuel cell users and designers. Educating future professionals is a critical step towards the widespread acceptance and implementation of hydrogen fuel cell technology. The HyPROFESSIONALS project aims to develop training initiatives for technical professionals and to develop a well-trained work-force which will secure the required mid- …
These initiatives have to be carried out for various educational levels and including industry, SMEs, educational institutions and Authorities. Coordination and cooperation are key factors to fulfil the objective: develop a well-trained work-force which will support technological developments. Contact with other European vocational training programs will be key to successful outreach of the project.
The Accredited International Summer School on “PEM Fuel CellFundamentals” is organised by the European Commission, DirectorateGeneral Joint Research Centre (JRC), Institute for Energy and Transport(IET), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO),International Centre for Hydrogen Energy Technologies (ICHET) and the Ovidius University of Constanta. The Accredited International Summer School is aimed at: Master students (with a BSc …