HyPROFESSIONALS Project Kickoff

The HyPROFESSIONALS project was kicked off in January of 2011 in Brussels. The project has an overall duration of 2 years.

In Europe different educational and training projects and initiatives have been carried out and the HYPROFESSIONALS project will take advantage of the results and lessons learned, join efforts and coordinate activities to facilitate adequate dissemination and implementation of its results.

About HyPROFESSIONALS

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- and long-term availability of human resources for hydrogen technologies.

The project addresses various educational levels: industry, SMEs, educational institutions and authorities.

 

Kick-off Meeting Presentations

Dear all,

Please find  below the kick-off meeting presentations or here (all together):

01 – FCH-JU kick-off Eveline Weidner FEB 2011

02 – FHa kick-off

03 – FAST kick-off

04 – FSV INTRODUCTION- HYPROFESSIONALS

05 – ICHET kick-off

07 – WBZU kick-off

08 – Asoc Phyrenees kick-off

09 – Envipark Kick Off

10 – CPI kick-off

11 – WP1_Hyprofessionals

12 – WP2 – Asoc Phyrenees

13 – WP3 – CPI

14 – WP5 – FAST

 

 

Joaquin.

About HyPROFESSIONALS

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- and long-term availability of human resources for hydrogen technologies. The project addresses various educational levels: industry, SMEs, educational institutions and authorities.

 

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Collaboration

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.

Summer School on PEM Fuel Cells July 16 -20, 2012 Nevsehir, Turkey 16 -20

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 in Physics, Chemistry, Thermodynamicsor Material Sciences) Young professionals and junior researchers including PhD studentsfrom academia and industryIn order to receive ECTS points, participants should take part in all lecturesand successfully complete the examinations of the Summer School.

Applicants should register with the International Centre for HydrogenEnergy Technologies (ICHET);
Mustafa Fazil Serincan ; [email protected]
Dr. Suha Yazici ; [email protected]
Registration fee is 100 Euro. Payments will be made on-site in cash.