Université de Bordeaux

Timetable & learning outcomes

This summer school consists of 5 half-day sessions of remote learning and will train future leaders in the field of energy materials for energy conversion and storage. Practical sessions as well as a capstone will be organized, thus complementing theoretical sessions.

The presence of industrial stakeholders will allow participants to benefit from a practical and engineering science-based approach to teaching.

Tentative program

Please note: sessions will take place between 13.00 and 17.30 CEST each day. Some self-guided work may be required throughout the summer school.

Monday

July 5th

Tuesday

July 6th

Wednesday

July 7th

Thursday

July 8th

Friday

July 9th

Welcome, introduction and presentations

Lecture 1: Fuel cell and hydrogen 

Lecture 1: Renewable energies (photovoltaics)

Lecture 1: Integrated system for new energy sources / Smart and super grid

Case study presentations

Lecture 1: Batteries and supercapacitors

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

Lecture 2: Fuel cell and hydrogen 

Lecture 2: Renewable energies (photovoltaics)

Lecture 2: Integrated system for new energy sources / Smart and super grid

Round table discussion with private stakeholders about the future of “new green energy” from an "industrial" point of view

Lecture 2: Batteries and supercapacitors

Break 

Social activity

 Break

Closing remarks

Definition of the cape stone expectation

Case studies (group work)

Case studies (group work)

A certificate of participation will be awarded to students upon completion of the course.

Program may be subject to change.



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