PP5 Education, Training and Outreach

Within the PP5 Education, Training and Outreach package, ACAP has specific targets for high quality publications and for the number of researchers in different categories who benefit from the infrastructural support it provides, as well as for the number and length of researcher exchanges. A significant number of outreach events is also targeted for each year. As well as major events such as those reported in the PP5 section of this annual report, other outreach activities in 2015 have included public lectures on material relevant to ACAP’s activities, a high-level book chapter introduction to solar energy, newspaper and magazine articles, and visits, information papers and presentations for policy developers and their advisors.

 

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Overview: The aim of this course run by the School of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience is to provide students with an introduction to materials as well as photovoltaic devices including linear and bulk het
Overview: The aim of the University of Melbourne program was to introduce a module into the Masters program on Organic Electronic Materials from materials design and synthesis through to device characterisat
Overview: This workshop brings leading researchers together with Australian nanotechnology experts to discuss the future trends in the development of nanoscale materials.
Overview: John Monash Science School is a selective government school associated with Monash University. Students in the school have particular interests in science and engineering.
Overview: The 9th Aseanian Conference on Dye
Overview: Promote awareness of the large-scale solar cell printing facility at the Renewable Energy Laboratory of Monash University and engage with local industry.
Overview: CSIRO is committed to taking part in the community to advance science awareness. In particular, in the context of ACAP, CSIRO promotes photovoltaic technologies via numerous show-and-tell activitie
Overview: The STELR (Science and Technology Education Leveraging Relevance) Program is a hands-on, inquiry-based, in-curriculum program designed for Year 9 or Year 10 students, on the theme of global warming
Overview: Continue outreach to India working with Pollinate Energy (see also PP5.2g).  Pollinate Energy has the following Mission Statement:
Overview: Establish new and consolidate existing relationships with existing and potential partner institutions and businesses to exchange knowledge and to share ‘best practice’ about materials and manufactu

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