Joint European Summer School on Fuel Cell, Electrolyser, and Battery Technologies – JESS 2020
The Joint European Summer School (JESS) was first organised in 2004 in Greece. By now, the Summer School has taken place 16 times with a total of over 700 students.
Participants can select from seven individual course modules run in the two weeks:
- Week 1 offers three comprehensive introductions aimed at graduate and PhD students and young professionals within the fields of low and high temperature fuel cells and electrolysis, and in battery technology.
- Week 2 offers four advanced courses for students and professionals with a few years of experience, covering the fields of fuel cell vehicles, business and innovation development, modelling, and hydrogen safety.
All lectures will be presented by experts from universities, research centres, and industry with long-standing experience in teaching. All details of the courses and information on lecturers can be found on the JESS website.
The courses are accredited at DTU and RWTH Aachen (for week 1), and University of Birmingham (week 1 & 2). Upon successfully taking the optional final exams, students will receive 3 ECTS credit points per course.
Lecture language: English.
Slides and information will be available to participants via a secure download area on the JESS website during and after the Summer School.