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MESC19 END OF SEMESTER 2 IN TOULOUSE

MESC19 students ended their 2nd semester in Toulouse with several activities on June 6th and 7th 2024.

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SAS awards Prof. Yury Gogotsi

The Slovak Academy of Sciences awarded Prof. Yury Gogotsi From Drexel University (Philadelphia, USA) the scientific degree of Doctor of Science…

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the National Institute of Chemistry's DUBT Centre implementation in Slovenia

The DUBT centre (Centre for Development and Training for Carbon-Free Technologies) implementation was approved by the Slovenian authorities last year…

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MESC19 Toulouse Visit

From 22nd to 24th of May 2024, Julie Bodelu from the I-MESC administrative team in coordinating team in Amiens visited the students in their second…

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MESC20 Selection Meeting Ljubljana

The selection meeting for class 20 of the I-MESC Erasmus Mundus Joint Master program was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia from 20th to 22nd of March 2024.

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i-MESC Erasmus Mundus Joint Master

i-MESC (Interdisciplinarity in Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion) is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master co-funded by the European Commission from 2023 to 2029.

i-MESC is an ambitious, unique and much needed 2-year MSc. programme aiming to prepare and guide, in the most complete and efficient manner, the next generation of professionals to the new challenges of the energy field.

i-MESC offers a highly interdisciplinary curriculum, covering scientific and technological knowledge about electrochemical energy storage and conversion at multiple scales (from the materials to the devices). The programme has a major focus on batteries, and also covers supercaps and fuel cells, from multiple angles, such as materials synthesis, devices manufacturing, advanced characterization, artificial intelligence and digital twins. The programme also includes practices in the laboratories and in the pilot lines of the i-MESC consortium. The i-MESC curriculum also offers complementary soft skills, such as project management, communication, ethics and integrity, preparation for professional interviews, intellectual property and start-up creation. Innovative pedagogical methods based on Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality and the metaverse are implemented and deployed to maximize the engagement and learning efficiency of the students of the complex concepts involved in the electrochemical energy storage and conversion field.

i-MESC gathers internationally recognized academic leaders with complementary expertise from four European countries, USA and Australia, all with very strong connections with industry. The consortium will be complemented with invited scholars from other (academic and industrial) institutions who will be delivering lectures and training on specific topics.

i-MESC Curriculum

i-MESC amounts to 120 ECTS credits divided into four semesters: three semesters of classes (30 ECTS each) plus a fourth semester in a research laboratory in Europe, USA, or Australia for a six months Master’s thesis (30 ECTS). i-MESC students (~36/ year) will be offered, depending on their individual mobility choices, to study in a minimum of two different countries, and up to four ones.

i-MESC: MOBILITY SCHEME

i-MESC is composed of three semesters of classes and a mandatory fourth semester in a research laboratory for the Master thesis. i-MESC students will therefore be offered to study in up to four different countries within 2 years.

The team: PROFESSORS

  • Maria Forsyth

    Maria Forsyth

    Prof. Deakin Univ.

    Melbourne - Australia

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  • Alejandro A. Franco

    Professor Coordinator

    Amiens - France

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  • Iñaki Gandarias Goikoetxea

    Prof. UPV/EHU

    Bilbao - Spain

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  • Bostjan Genorio

    Boštjan Genorio

    Prof. UL

    Ljubljana - Slovenia

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  • Yury Gogotsi

    Yury Gogotsi

    Prof. Drexel Univ.

    Philadelphia - USA

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  • Masquelier

    Christian Masquelier

    Professor

    Amiens - France

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  • Patrick Rozier

    Professor - Head of Curriculum

    Toulouse - France

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  • Wieczorek

    Wladyslaw Wieczorek

    Prof. WUT

    Warsaw - Poland

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The team: ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Julie Bodelu

    Administrative Officer - Coordination

    Amiens - France

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  • Nerea Elorrieta

    Nerea Elorrieta Asla

    Administrative officer - UPV/EHU

    Bilbao - Spain

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  • Marta Kasprzyk

    Marta Kasprzyk

    Administrative officer - WUT

    Warsaw - Poland

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  • Jamila Tamimy

    Administrative coordinator

    Amiens - France

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The team: Associated partners

  • Montse Casas-Cabanas

    Doc. CIC ENERGIGUNE

    CIC ENERGIGUNE - Spain

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  • Patrik Johansson

    Patrik Johansson

    Professor- Chalmers University

    Alistore network - International

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  • Jean-marie Tarascon

    Jean-Marie Tarascon

    Professor - Collège de France

    RS2E network - France

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  • Robert Dominko

    Robert Dominko

    Prof. NIC

    NIC - Slovenia

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