The 2019 FCH JU Programme Review Days (PRD) took place on November, 19-20th 2019 at Charlemagne Building in Brussels, Belgium, right before the 2019 Stakeholder’s Forum on November 21st 2019 at the same place.

FLHYSAFE coordinator Guillaume ALBOUZE attended both events and participated in the many conferences held during the PRD and the Forum. The project’s poster was also displayed on the several screens during the PRD, so that attendees could learn more about FLHYSAFE. The PRD constitutes an excellent visibility platform for all the FCH JU projects and the technological developments achieved in the field of fuel cell technologies.

FLHYSAFE partner Pilar ARGUMOSA from INTA attended the 14th SDEWES (Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems) Conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia on October 1st-6th 2019.

A panel session dedicated to hydrogen and fuel cell was held, for which P. Argumosa did a presentation on fuel cell technology onboard aircrafts and presented the FLHYSAFE project.

The conference organised two sessions about hydrogen and fuel cells, from basic research on hydrogen production and fuel cells electrochemistry to fuel cell vehicles applications and hydrogen mobility. The rest of the conference also covers a wide range of topics on energy sustainability, water treatments, alternative fuels, mobility, ammonia, efficient building, social challenges.

It has brought together around 570 scientists, researchers, and experts in the field of sustainable development from 55 countries. Participants have listened to 511 presentations, seen 100 poster presentations, attended a record 17 special sessions and one special and one clustering event, and also had the pleasure of listening to 4 invited lectures and 2 panels with some of the most distinguished experts in the field.

Our FLHYSAFE partner Axel Berres from DLR attended the ESREL 2019 in Hannover, Germany from September 22nd to 26th of 2019 and did a presentation related to FLHYSAFE activities entitled “Towards Standardizing the Generation of Component Fault Trees through“.

The 29th International European Safety and Reliability Conference aimed at providing an all-round inspiring environment and a multi-disciplinary forum for the exchange of knowledge and expertise on theories and methods in the field of risk, safety and reliability, and on their application to a wide range of industrial, civil and social sectors and problem areas.

The FLHYSAFE project was launched on January 1st 2018!

The FLHYSAFE project has officially started its activities on the 1st of January 2018. The Consortium met for the first time at the FLHYSAFE Kick-off meeting, held on 30-31 January 2018 in Toulouse, France (at Safran Power Units site).


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