From June 19th to 21st, 2023, the second interdisciplinary Summer School of the alliance for sustainability of the 16 universities in North Rhine-Westphalia - Humboldtⁿ - will take place at RWTH Aachen University with the participation of Forschungszentrum Jülich as part of the Jülich Aachen Research Alliance (JARA).
The 2nd Humboldtⁿ-School focuses on the "Hydrogen Innovation Ecosystem" from an interdisciplinary perspective. Different stages of the value chain of a hydrogen economy (production, storage, distribution, use) will be considered in keynote lectures from science and practice, and the economy, science and society will be connected in a goal-oriented manner. Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research approaches offer the opportunity to integrate not only engineering sciences but also, for example, social and economic innovation research. By taking up innovative approaches of transformation research in the energy sector and embedding sustainability aspects in research activities, new impulses are to be set. The integrated Hydrogen Clusters4Future aim to increasingly address sustainability aspects in the various stages of the value chain. In a jointly formulated white paper, the interdisciplinary perspectives on the "Hydrogen Innovation Ecosystem" are to be set in relation to the global sustainability goals (SDGs) and this shall be made accessible via Humboldtn.
The Humboldtn-School will start on Monday, June 19th, 2023 at 6 pm with an opening event for all participants in the Skylounge of the main building of RWTH Aachen University. The School will take place on the premises of RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum Jülich. On June 21st, jointly developed results will be presented at the closing event at the Temporary University Hambach, which address the interdisciplinary perspectives on the "Hydrogen Innovation Ecosystem" to the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Post-doctoral students and advanced PhD students of all subjects from universities and non-university research institutions in North Rhine-Westphalia who would like to deal with the content of the "Hydrogen Innovation Ecosystem" in an interdisciplinary way and with reference to the SDGs are invited to participate in the Humboldtⁿ School. The number of participants is limited to 25. The event language is English. Participation is free of charge. Participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion.
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|Monday, June 19th||Tuesday, June 20th||Wednesday, June 21st|
|8:30 am||"Sustainable Development Goals in the Hydrogen Innovation System"||8:45 am||Words of Welcome at Forschungszentrum Jülich and Impulse Talk "How can we research in a sustainable manner?"|
Interdisciplinary Scientific Sessions I
1. Hydrogen production
2. Storage and distribution
3. Use in mobility, industry and home
|9:00 am||"Evaluation of different hydrogen carriers in the context of a sustainable hydrogen economy"|
|1:30 pm||Keynote "Transition of the energy and emission intensive industries to climate neutrality - The roles of electricity, hydrogen and circularity"||10:15 am||Living Lab Energy Campus (Cycling Tour)|
|3:30 pm||Interdisciplinary Scientific Sessions II||12:00 pm||Bus Transfer to TU!Hambach|
Words of Welcome
|5:00 pm||Wrap-up Session||1:30 pm||Workshop Session "Science communication focussing on sustainability and transformation aspects"|
Interdisciplinary Fish Bowl-Session
|7:00 pm||Dinner||4:00 pm||Presentation and discussion of results|
|7:30 pm||Get Together||5:30 pm||Bus Transfer to Düren HBF|