Hydrogen Storage Research Training Network

HYTRAIN

Project timeline
Start:
January 2005
Duration:
48 months
End:
December 2008
General Information
HYTRAIN is a Marie Curie Research Training Network, funded under the EC’s 6th Framework Human Resources and Mobility Programme. The network comprises 18 of the leading European research centres, with the primary aim of training researchers in the area of hydrogen storage in solid media. In addition, HYTRAIN provides a forum for the integration of European research activities with a view to making a significant contribution to the world-wide research effort and the creation of Europe as a key international player in the field. Hydrogen storage research lies at the interface of condensed matter physics, chemistry and design engineering. Bridging the gap between these disciplines is a key feature of HYTRAIN’s ethos and is viewed as an essential part of ensuring the future success of hydrogen storage.
EU-Programme Acronym and Subprogramme AreaFP6-2002-Mobility-1, Marie-Curie Research Training Networks
Project TypeResearch Training Network
Contract NumberMRTN-CT-2004-512443
Co-ordinatorUniversity of Salford (UK)
Total Eligible Costs (€) HZG Eligible Costs (€) EC Funding for HZG (€)
2.653.631171.300171.300
Contact Person at HZG Prof. Dr. Thomas Klassen, Institute of Materials Research, Phone: +49 4152 87 2562, (Initial contact: Prof. Bilal Dogan, Institute of Materials Research)
E-mail contact
Worldwide Europe

Participants
CNRS (FR), CNR, Institute of Applied Physics "Nello Carrara", Florence (IT), Commissariat Energie Atomique CEA (FR), European Commission (BE), Institute for Energy Technology (NO), Krakow University of Science and Technology (PL), Lietuvos Energetikos Institutas (LT), Max-Planck-Institut für Metallforschung (DE), Queen Mary and Westfield College - University of London (UK), Universidad de Alicante (ES), Université de Genève (CH), University of Nottingham (UK), University of Salford (UK), University of Strathclyde (UK)
HYTRAIN website

(completed December 2008)

Last Update: 06. June 2017