Phelma teaches prep program faculty electrochemistry basics

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Published : 1 April 2014

On May 5, 6, and 7 Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering school will hold an electrochemistry course for faculty teaching physics and chemistry in the national prep program. The course will give faculty a chance to discover—or refresh their knowledge of—electrochemistry basics and industrial applications like energy storage, anti-corrosion treatments, and electrosynthesis, which play an increasing role in the school’s new programs in a variety of disciplines.
The course was developed in partnership with LIESSE, which coordinates continuing professional development for faculty in France’s higher education system. Participants will complete a core curriculum (lecture-style classes) and electives on topics like corrosion, batteries, and fuel cells. The course will also include a tour of a manufacturing facility in the Grenoble area.

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