Redefining the Future of Renewable Energy Technology
Sustainable Chemistry & Renewable Energy is an intensive, hands-on, two-week program. Throughout the program, students will learn about how the core principles of chemistry are driving some of the most innovative approaches to renewable energy.
The program will focus on:
- Alternative approaches to make common products without pollution
- Essential contributors to climate change and its impact
- Resilience and sustainability with replacement of plastics
- Electrochemistry leading to better batteries and fuel cells
Students will split their time between lectures given by renowned faculty and guest speakers, and performing lab work and projects in various faculty labs. Students who complete the program will be offered a faculty letter of recommendation.
Green chemistry, chemical synthetic approaches using sustainable reactants
How to nature deals with difficult to activate molecules such as CO2 and N2
Energy and Water nexus
Electrochemistry and Energy
Fundamentals of electrochemistry
Fuel cell assembly and performance analysis
Li-ion battery design and testing
Basic High School Chemistry is required for this program.
The program tuition is $5,895.
Northeastern is a top ranking experiential research university that prides itself on academic rigor, a diverse and talented population of students and faculty, and a powerful learning model that combines the classroom experience with hands-on work experience.