The EEES PhD programme aims at developing specific skills in the field of sustainable energy production
PHD PROGRAMME IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY ENGINEERING SCIENCE
The EEES PhD programme aims at developing specific skills in the field of sustainable energy production
PHD PROGRAMME IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY ENGINEERING SCIENCE
The EEES PhD programme aims at developing specific skills in the field of sustainable energy production
PHD PROGRAMME IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY ENGINEERING SCIENCE
The EEES PhD programme aims at developing specific skills in the field of sustainable energy production
PHD PROGRAMME IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY ENGINEERING SCIENCE
The EEES PhD programme aims at developing specific skills in the field of sustainable energy production
PHD PROGRAMME IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY ENGINEERING SCIENCE
The EEES PhD programme aims at developing specific skills in the field of sustainable energy production
PHD PROGRAMME IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY ENGINEERING SCIENCE
The EEES PhD programme aims at developing specific skills in the field of sustainable energy production
PHD PROGRAMME IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY ENGINEERING SCIENCE

Advanced Courses for PhD Students

Three different types of teaching activities are regularly carried out in the frame of the PhD program:
(1) advanced courses specifically designed for the students of the EEES PhD Programme (organized by members of the PhD Board and/or Board of Experts)
(2) advanced course organized by international centers (e.g. CISM, the International Center of Mechanical Sciences – www.cism.it)
(3) seminars or workshops on specific topics in environmental and energy engineering science.
PhD students in their 1st or 2nd year must attend at least one course of type (1) and at least one course of type (2) per academic year.

A summary of the advanced courses organized by CISM can be found here: Full list of CISM Courses (opens in new tab)

The following advanced courses are offered to the students of the EEES PhD Programme by the members of the PhD Board/Board of Experts:

Rules for earning credits

Each type of training activity corresponds to a certain amount of credits that can be earned by the attendee. The credits are awarded for each activity following the rule 1 hour = 1 credit. Based on this rule:

• Advanced course delivered by PhD Board/Board of Experts: 1 credit
• Seminars: 1 hour = 0.125 credits; 2 hours = 0.25 credits
• Courses and workshops: 1 credit per day
• 1-week-long courses and workshops: 4 credits
• Conferences: 1 credit per conference day + 1 credit if the student is also author and presenter of a contribution