We are happy to announce the first Geothermal-DHC summer school “Coupling technologies to use low and medium depth hydro-geothermal energy” is now open! The summer school will be held between 9th and 16th July 2021 in Slovenia and Croatia. It is organized in cooperation of the COST Action CA18219 Geothermal-DHC and the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, the Geological Survey of Slovenia (GeoZS), the Geological Survey of Croatia (HGI-CGS) and the University of Zagreb (RGN UZ).
Attendees will use geothermal concepts to learn utilization of the available geothermal potential, regarding if it is shallow or deep geothermal. Geothermal energy utilization systems can be applied anywhere, we just need a sound knowledge of proper project development and application of best possible technical solutions.
We strongly encourage applicants that are PhD and postdoc students or early career investigators in geosciences, geothermal, mechanical and energy engineering, environmental sciences, mining, economics and project development, but professionals who deal with any aspect of geothermal within their work and MSc students interested in geothermal energy use can also attend. However, Master students are also very much welcome to join the summer school although not eligible to any financial travel support by the Action.
Students will be able to get granted 3 ECTS for a Thermogeology course at the MSc programme level at Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering of University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
There will be a pre-selection of applicants and scholarships are available to cover part of your travel and accommodation costs. Additional information is available in the attached flyer.
Please register to the summer school via: https://form.jotform.com/211011919774353
We are pleased to announce the training school “Design and operation of shallow geothermal energy systems with reference to low temperature heating and cooling grids”, which will take place from20 to 24 September 2021.
This training school is organized by the COST Action CA18219 (Research network for including geothermal technologies into decarbonized heating and cooling grids) and aims to highlight research and practice-based knowledge from international trainers in order to present best practice to international trainees and spread the use of geothermal technology in the near future.
Additional information is available in theattached flyer.