Energy Community Summer School 2018

Location:

Split, Croatia

Venue:

Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Ruđera Boškovića b.b. 21000 Split.

Organizer:

Energy Community Secretariat

Contact:

adrian.jasimi@energy-community.org


2018-08-25 09:00:00 2018-09-01 17:00:00 Europe/Budapest Energy Community Summer School 2018 The Energy Community Summer School aims to promote the development of participants’ competences in all topics related to energy through a dedicated multi-disciplinary programme. The Summer School starts on 25 August and lasts until 1 September, and will be held in Split, Croatia. Online applications will be received until 31 March. Building on the 2016 and 2017 syllabi, the 2018 Summer School will focus on energy sectors in transition, in particular in South Eastern and Eastern Europe. The program will also take into account the broader geographical context in Europe  — and beyond  — going further of a mere training programme for energy-related topics. It will allow participants to understand the energy sectors in their full complexity and provide them with a platform for exchange and contribution to shaping the sectors’ future. The best student and best group work will receive an award. More information about the Summer School and application can be found HERE Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Ruđera Boškovića b.b. 21000 Split. adrian.jasimi@energy-community.org

The Energy Community Summer School aims to promote the development of participants’ competences in all topics related to energy through a dedicated multi-disciplinary programme. The Summer School starts on 25 August and lasts until 1 September, and will be held in Split, Croatia. Online applications will be received until 31 March.

Building on the 2016 and 2017 syllabi, the 2018 Summer School will focus on energy sectors in transition, in particular in South Eastern and Eastern Europe. The program will also take into account the broader geographical context in Europe  — and beyond  — going further of a mere training programme for energy-related topics. It will allow participants to understand the energy sectors in their full complexity and provide them with a platform for exchange and contribution to shaping the sectors’ future. The best student and best group work will receive an award.

More information about the Summer School and application can be found HERE.