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The MOOC MOMENTOM consists of five consecutive sequences.
The first sequence is dedicated to new energies and society. The lectures present the conditions for the deployment of green hydrogen in the context of the current energy transition and the agenda of the Paris Climate Agreement. The economic analysis focuses on the potential levers and obstacles of this deployment in the economy and by reference to the land transportation sector. It presents the main challenges of the transition from a carbon-based economy to a sustainable economy. The second sequence describes a couple of different multifunctional materials and systems for sustainable energy conversion. In the third sequence the hydrogen production technologies including conventional processes and hydrogen production from water electrolysis and photo-electrolysis are described. The sequence number four focuses on the hydrogen storage and energy applications highlighting the risks and safety aspects. Finally, the sequence number five presents the electrochemical energy conversion systems in particular the batteries of future and supercapacitors.
Videos subtitles are available in French and in English languages.
The MOOC MOMENTOM is splitted into five consecutive sequences. Each sequence corresponds to one learning week. Several videos will introduce the main concepts and additional resources will be provided to allow the learner to go deeper into the details of each concept. A forum will be organized each week in order to facilitate the interactions between the learners and the teachers (academic professors, researchers and industrials).
This MOOC has been thought for Bachelor and Master students, technicians and engineers, as well as for people interested in energy applications. Some basics in materials science are required.
Each week, a quiz will be proposed in order to evaluate to degree of knowledge of the concepts. A final evaluation accompanied with a certificate of attendance will be provided at the end of the 5 learning weeks.
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