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HySchool - Norwegian Research School on Hydrogen and Hydrogen-Based Fuels is a thematically oriented research school where doctoral candidates from all universities and university colleges in Norway can be admitted. The main requirement for admittance to the research school is that important parts of the doctoral project address issues related to hydrogen and hydrogen-based fuels as energy carriers in industry and society. 

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HySchool Days 2024 in Trondheim

​​​​​​​HySchool Days are the annual networking events organised by HySchool ̶ Norwegian Research School on Hydrogen and Hydrogen-Based Fuels. HySchool Days 2024 took place in Trondheim, and gathered over 150 participants from industry, academia, research institutes and non-governmental organizations.

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May 28

HySchool Webinar: Liina Sangolt (HVL/UiB) & Ingrid Furuberg (Amogy)

The next HySchool Webinar will take place on Teams at 13:00 CET on 28 May 2024. This webinar will feature an admitted PhD student at HySchool and an industry representative. Each will deliver a 15-minute presentation followed by a Q&A session on their respective topics.

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New Student Representatives of HySchool 2023 - 2024

HySchool welcomes four new student representatives to the Board for 2023 - 2024! They represent the students in HySchool and will contribute to the development of the research school.

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HySchool Call for Applications is now open

You can now submit your application for HySchool - Norwegian Research School on Hydrogen and Hydrogen-based Fuels. HySchool has a rolling enrollment.

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HySchool concludes its first hydrogen course

Last Wednesday marked the conclusion of the first subject offered by the course portfolio of HySchool, PK8452 - Hydrogen Energy Technology at NTNU. The course enrolled 22 PhD students from 6 universities, each specialising in various facets of the hydrogen value chain.