WelcomeOn this website you will find details of our previous and upcoming short courses and advanced research workshops in the series "Progress in Hydrogen Safety". Please follow the link on the left to access brochures with programme and registration details for each course. If you have any queries or cannot find the information you are looking for then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are we?
The HySAFER centre at the University of Ulster focuses on the area of hydrogen safety and the phenomena associated with potential hydrogen accidents (leaks, explosions, fires etc.). In addition to research, the centre is actively involved in the development of education programmes in hydrogen safety, including short courses. The research activities of HySAFER range from fundamental work to ground breaking applications and primarily include computer simulations, and consequence modelling, of potential accident scenarios.
Who Should Attend
The International Short Course and advanced research workshop is ideally suited to those who wish to meet the growing demand for specialists in Hydrogen Safety Engineering i.e. industries and services such as aerospace, process industry, energy industry, civil works, transport and distribution, fire and rescue services, regulatory authorities, teaching and research institutes, various industrialist co operations, consultancies etc. The course is aimed at researchers, professionals, industrialists and those who have an interest in working with hydrogen in this new and rapid advancing field.
Post Graduate Certificate, Post Graduate Diploma and Masters in Hydrogen Safety Engineering
The teaching materials from the International short course series 'Progress in Hydrogen Safety' are used in World's First Higher Educational Programme in Hydrogen Safety the PgCert/PgDip/MSc in Hydrogen Safety engineering offered by the University of Ulster. "For more information on the MSc programme email MSc-HSE@ulster.ac.uk". Those registered with the PgCert/PgDip/MSc in Hydrogen Safety Engineering will have their attendance at the International Short Course and advanced research workshop regonised as an element of the module “Progress in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Safety” leading to the degree PgDip/MSc in Hydrogen Safety Engineering.