Team-Oriented Lab Discovery in Renewable Energy
iCons III: "Team-Oriented Lab Discovery in Renewable Energy" involves student-driven, team-oriented laboratory projects focused on the interrelated principles of energy generation, conversion, storage and consumption, particularly emphasizing the science underlying renewable energy systems. Projects incorporate experimental techniques from the chemical, physical, mathematical, and life sciences. The intent of this course is to examine cross-disciplinary methods to address real world energy-related issues. Students will be expected to understand paths to energy solutions that cross many disciplines, and how an interdisciplinary approach may be used to solve energy problems faced by society.
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