Electrochemistry and Processes for Energy and the Environment
Updated on October 20, 2014
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Students having completed the 1st year of the Physics and Materials Engineering program at Grenoble INP – Phelma (Grenoble Institute of Technology).
Admission on qualifications for French or foreign students at L3 or M1 level. International exchanges (L3 or M1 level).
Overview and Career Opportunities
This Specialization program develops skills based in the domains of electrochemistry, physical chemistry and process engineering.
Graduating students will be able to :
Design and model traditional processes and eco-processes
Establish a process of development, synthesis or recycling
Develop and optimize new materials and electrochemical generator systems
Introduce bioprocesses and biosensors into production
Promote multi-scale approaches
Analyze and characterize a material or product
Understand and predict corrosion
Manage industrial hazards
Introduce sustainable development (eco-design, life cycle analysis, etc.)