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Innovative Pathways to Thermal Energy Storage (INPATH-TES)

Following the EC SET-Plan Education and Training Roadmap, the concept of this proposal is to develop a joint PhD programme between universities and research centres, on the topic of Thermal Energy Storage (TES). The goal of INPATH-TES is to create a network of universities and research institutes to implement a joint PhD programme on TES technologies.

 

The final result of such a network is to educate professionals on these technologies for the European research and industry institutions. The partners in the proposal will be the core of a future larger network of excellent R&D institutions, and industries for co-funding and industrial placement, sharing infrastructure capacities, and enhancing mobility of students.

 

The specific objectives of the project are:

  • To establish one joint PhD programme starting year 0+2
  • To develop at least 20 ECTS as basic common training modules
  • To develop four basic common technology PhD courses
  • To establish one annual joint workshop for PhD students
  • To aim at graduating at least 28 PhD students every year at year 0+6
  • To exchange at least 14 PhD students every year between industry and academia

 

For further information go to our project website www.inpathtes.eu/, or follow us on Twitter @inpath_tes.