Catalytic processes and materials in sustainable hydrogen production
The course introduces you to catalytic chemistry in hydrogen production and materials used in electro- and photo-catalytic methods. The 3+2 credit course created by JYU is self-paced and taken online in two parts.
- Core physical and chemical concepts in hydrogen production
- Traditional hydrogen production processes
- Electro- and photo(electro)catalytic methods for hydrogen production
- Introduction to physical and chemical material properties
- Materials used in electro- and photocatalytic hydrogen production
- Design and development of novel materials
After successfully completing this course, the student
- has a general understanding of traditional and novel methods of hydrogen production and how they relate to Finland’s climate goals, industry, and research
- can establish connections between atomic-level and macroscopic phenomena in hydrogen production
- is familiar with materials used in photo- and electro-catalytic processes
- understands the physical and chemical requirements for a material to perform well in electro- and photocatalysis and how they relate to the atomic and electronic properties of the materials
- recognises the challenges associated with materials used in hydrogen production and how new materials can be developed.
Lessons and conceptual questions on Moodle.
The course consists of two separate Moodle courses which can be taken continuously (Passing grade 85% on Moodle for 3+2 ECTS (pass/fail).
To pass the course the student must complete:
- Lesson materials
- Module exams
More information in the Jyväskylä University study guide.
You can get a digital badge after completing this course.
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