Hydrogen: Phelma to take part in EU TeacHy2020 program
Categorie(s) : Education, News, Research
Published : 4 February 2019
TeacHy2020, a European educational program that kicked off in late 2017, focuses on fuel cells and other hydrogen technologies. The purpose is to increase the number of Masters programs available on these topics. And the need is pressing: by 2030 Europe’s FCHT (Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology) programs will have to train 100,000 engineers and technicians to keep up with demand.
Grenoble Institute of Technology is one of the project’s twelve academic partners and engineering school Phelma is playing an active role. Faculty from the school’s Electrochemistry and Processes for Energy and the Environment program are creating course content for a future Masters program on hydrogen technologies.
During the first semester, eight Phelma graduate students took an online course designed by Ulster University in order to provide their feedback to the TeacHy2020 consortium.