Research Incubator ‘Hydrogen in Net Zero Mobility’ brings together industry and academia

11 January 2023

The Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems Centre for Doctoral Training (AAPS CDT) at the University of Bath is hosting a week-long Research Incubator examining the role of hydrogen in the future of transport.

Held from 23rd to 27th January 2023 at Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, the AAPS CDT Incubator titled ‘Hydrogen in Net Zero Mobility’ offers an opportunity for academia and industry to come together to develop joint research with the potential outputs extending to new projects, collaborations, proposals and papers.

The first day of the incubator will set out the challenges and opportunities presented by the adoption of hydrogen as a sustainable fuel. Over the following days, participants then work together in small groups of mixed expertise to develop well-defined research problems and outline potential methods for investigating them.

The workshop provides an inclusive and accessible environment for industry, senior academics, postgraduate students and other early-career academics to frame and discuss interesting research problems. The workshop has broad appeal, with previous events having led to successful collaborations and project foundations, including new PhD projects with industrial co-funding, joint academic-partner research proposals to the funding councils as well as short-term research projects, scoping projects and consultancy.

The incubator is run as an in-person event and places are limited. To reserve your place or to find out more, visit the event booking page.

The AAPS CDT is where science, behaviour change and future engineering meet. AAPS is a hybrid think-and-do-tank, inspiring and working with the next generation of leaders to pioneer and shape the transition to clean, sustainable affordable mobility for all.

11 January 2023