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Høst 2020

PRO-2801 Fuel Cells and Hydrogen - 10 stp

The course is administrated by

Institutt for industriell teknologi

Type of course

The course can be taken as a single course.

Course overlap

ITE1905 Solar cell technology and Fuel cells & hydrogen 5 stp

Course contents

Syllabus will cover the following points:

Application deadline

1. June

Admission requirements

General study qualification with Mathematics R1+R2 and Physics FYS1. Application code: 9391 campus students; 5198 online.

Objective of the course

After passing the course, students will have the following learning outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding:

The candidate will have knowledge of:


The candidate should be able to:

General competence

The candidate shall have general competence in:

Language of instruction


Teaching methods

Lectures and exercises in 4 sessions/week

Compulsory tasks comprised of numerical calculations, design work, and home project exercise and reporting (written and/or oral presentation).

All organized teaching, course literature, and handouts are considered as course material. Exam questions are based upon this. 

Guest lectures may occur. Voluntary quizzes may occur.

Audio and video of what takes place in the classroom will be recorded by Mediasite, and will be made available live to course participants. Relevant links will also be published on Canvas.

Language of instruction

English will be used as the main instruction language in the course.


Coursework / Course requirements

3 out of 4 exercises must be approved in order to obtain exam rights.

Students need to perform research work that will be defined during the first half of the course. This work will be presented in the form of an essay/project report and can be required as an oral presentation during the meeting week (samlingsuka) on campus

Online students must attend at least one day during the meeting week to conduct exercises.

Examination and assessment

Examination language

English will be used as the main language in the exam, but students will be allowed to answer exam questions in Norwegian if they prefer.