Advanced and collaborative robotics
Probability and Statistics.
Renewable energy for sustainable development
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Techniques of Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM)
How to effectively present your scientific data: Styles, rules and tips
To be defined
Numerical Simulations and Machine Learning Techniques
Mariano Pierantozzi and Giovanni Mazzuto
Kinetic models and the Monte Carlo method for charge transport in semiconductor materials
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An overview on the energy transition: from the boost of renewables to the local and smart use of energy.
Prof. Fabio Polonara, Prof. Passerini and Dr. Mosè Rossi
Thursday, February 23 (h. 17-19), Room B+
Renewable energies for a sustainable development. Prof. Fabio Polonara.
Thursday, March 2 (h. 15-17), Room B+
Sustainable development: the role of hydrogen. Prof. Fabio Polonara.
Thursday, March 9 (h. 15-17), Room B+
Energy storage systems and hydrogen: a new challenge for the future energy scenarios. Dr. Mosè Rossi.
Thursday, March 16 (h. 15-17), Room B+
Local Energy Communities (LECs): concepts, architectures, and future outlook for a new way of thinking the energy. An overview of both European and Italian situation. Dr. Mosè Rossi.
Global vs. Local: why and how we killed so many people to save the World. Prof. Giorgio Passerini.
Thursday, March 30 (h. 16-18), Room B+
Sustainable development: is nuclear energy the right choice? Prof. Fabio Polonara.
Thursday, April 13 (h. 15-17), Room B+
Kinetic models and the Monte Carlo method for charge transport in semiconductor materials.
Prof. Marco Coco
The timetable of the course is as follows:
The lectures will be taken at Room 155-B at DIISM.