Bringing Power to the People
SEI is a student project with the goal of providing students with practical experience in scientific projects. Therefore, students support the ongoing scientific projects of the Sustainable Technologies Laboratory. This semester, the project study supports the project "Green Hydrogen for Decentralized Energy Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa (acronym: GH2GH). The main goal of GH2GH is to build a product system for the production, storage and reconversion of green hydrogen on a training center in Tema, Ghana. The students' tasks are an integral part of this project and the results will have a direct impact on the project implementation in Ghana. Students from Bochum University of Applied Sciences can work together with students from the Ghanaian universities Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) to solve tasks in the project study.
The Sustainable Energy Impact project study offers participants the opportunity to work on important tasks for sustainable development and to gain experience in an international research environment with real impact.
Currently, the project study is offered in the faculties of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Sustainability (E), Civil and Environmental Engineering (B) and Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering (M), in which ECTS can be credited for successful participation. Interested students from other departments are asked to contact the project manager by e-mail.
Joining the project team is possible at the beginning of each semester. If you are interested, feel free to contact the project leader by email at any time for more information.
No, no previous knowledge is required to join the project and all bachelor or master students can participate. However, the motivation to familiarize oneself with new topics such as hydrogen and the circular economy is expected.
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