International School Progress in Hydrogen Safety
Monday 11th March @ 2:00 pm - Friday 15th March @ 12:15 pm£290
Progress in Hydrogen Safety
The international School Progress in Hydrogen Safety will be hosted by Hydrogen Safety Engineering and Research (HySAFER), Ulster University.
The main focus of the International School “Progress in Hydrogen Safety” is to provide high quality state-of-the-art presentations, including the HYLANTIC project results, in hydrogen safety for professionals, researchers and students. In addition, special attention will be paid to networking both formally, following technical sessions and informally through the social events. The school aims at providing excellent training in hydrogen safety for the participants and facilitating the stronger ties between industry and academia.
HySAFER at Ulster University
The Hydrogen Safety Engineering and Research Centre (HySAFER) was formally established in 2008 following the success of the European Network of Excellence “Safety of Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier” project (www.hysafe.org).
The Centre carries out fundamental and industry-driven research, consultancy, knowledge and technology transfer in the area of safety science and engineering, primarily hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.
HySAFER has experience in addressing knowledge gaps and technological bottlenecks in hydrogen safety research and research-led education. It is internationally recognised with external funding from prestigious research funding agencies.