InnoDC is training its researchers to become renewable energy experts. This means over 36 months they pursue a PhD (see the titles), go on secondments, present at conferences, work with the public and policy-makers, and write specialist articles – all while attending numerous courses! They graduate with practical and academic skills, ready for a career in renewable energy. See below for just some of the courses attended and click here to read about a PhD Defence.

2021 Mar – ITER virtual presentation and tour
2021 Mar – KU Leuven InnoDC meeting, Leuven
2021 Jan – Transition Faster Conference: Let’s Talk Wind
2020-21 – Various webinars
2020 Nov – Relay Protection Technology Forum, Beijing
2020 Nov – Virtual Wind III conference
2020 Oct – Cinergia & UPC InnoDC meeting, Barcelona
2020 Oct – Offshore & Floating Wind Europe conference & exhibition
2020 May – Covid-19 and renewable energy transition, EnergyVille
2020 Mar – Cardiff University InnoDC meeting, Cardiff
2019 Dec – IEEE PEGD workshop, London
2019 Nov – Wind Europe Offshore, Copenhagen
2019 Sep – Elia InnoDC meeting, Brussels
2019 May – Danmarks Tekniske Universitet InnoDC meeting, Roskilde
2019 Mar – Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, England
2019 Feb – Science Busking workshop, Cardiff
2019 Jan – National HVDC Centre, Scotland
2018 Oct – BIN@Porto
2018 Oct – Universidade do Porto & Efacec InnoDC meeting, Porto
2018 May – HVDC course, KU Leuven, Belgium
2018 May – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya InnoDC meeting, Barcelona

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