Hydrogen Summer ScH2ool

The Hydrogen Summer ScH2ool is specifically designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students interested in hydrogen technologies across the entire hydrogen value chain. This programme is organised by CluBE, Advent Technologies, and co-organised by the University of Western Macedonia, with the support of the Region of Western Macedonia.

The following topics will be covered throughout the learning event:

  • Hydrogen production, storage, and handling,
  • Electrolyzes and fuel cells,
  • Integration of different renewable and hydrogen technologies into complete systems,
  • Hydrogen safety issues, and
  • Hydrogen injection, distribution, and mobility.

The Summer ScH2ool will take place from 3 to 7 July 2023 and will be conducted in Greek language. It presents an outstanding opportunity for individuals seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills in the rapidly evolving field of hydrogen technologies. Attendees will have the privilege of learning from esteemed experts who are at the forefront of the hydrogen industry.

For those who are interested to participate in this event please register using the following link:

The training will investigate the hydrogen industry problems and provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to overcome them. Participants will get a thorough grasp of the scientific, technological, economic, and policy concerns involved in the long-term integration of hydrogen as a vector in our society through lectures, debates, and hands-on activities.

Furthermore, a study visit to the hydrogen premises in the Chemical Process & Energy Resources Institute (CPERI) at the Centre of Research and Technologies (CERTH) in Thessaloniki is included in the programme.

Participation is free.

Admission to the Summer ScH2ool is granted in order of registration time and is limited to 50 individuals. A certificate of attendance will be provided to all participants.

The registration period will be open for two weeks.

For further information, please contact i.mikrouli@clube.gr

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