The first workshop of KnowHy project took place on 25th May 2016 in Birmingham during the FCH2 2016 Technical Conference at Millenium Point. The conference gathered more than 100 participants from the industrial and academic world to interact and present new trends and results to each other.
Introduction to the KnowHy project
Giulia Ispano, Federation of Scientific and Technical Associations FAST
Presentation of the training course: the core module, serious games & practical session
Alessandro Cavalli, Delft University of Technology TUD
The specialisation modules: Automotive and Material Handling Sector, Hydrogen Production and Handling, Micro Fuel Cells, CHP and microCHP, Fuel Cell base Generators
NaserAl-Mufachi, Universityof Birmingham – Marc Nelis, CAMPUS Francorchamps
The first presentation introduces the project providing a general overview with regards to the objectives, main features of the training programme, consortium and project team, market research, industrial stakeholders survey, courses outline.
The second session presents in detail the core module, the functioning of the platform including the e-learning, the serious games, tests and the practical training. During the workshop participants were given a chance to play the serious game, thus allowing them to have a first-hand experience of the interactive platform.
In the third session the specialisation modules’ objectives and content are presented. The transport module is described in detail, thus providing an example of the specialisation modules structure.
To learn more about the training course, please see the presentation available for free download below.