The network-specific courses and workshops are mandatory for all ESRs and will be held roughly on six months regular basis and they will be scheduled close to the internal review meetings of the programme. (WS – WorkShop, OC – Online Course, TS – Transferrable Skills)
|Num||Training Event||Lead||Planned Month||Location||Notes|
|WS1||Gender in recruitment||KTH||1||This training event is reserved to supervisors and recruiters of the beneficiary institutions|
|WS2||Pressure gain combustion technology overview short course||TUB||Berlin, 2022, July 6-8|
|WS3||ART Turbomachinery summer school||UNIFI||Florence, 2022, June 27-July 1||The Summer School will be repeated also in 2023 and 2024|
|WS4||High speed diagnostics for reacting flows in theory and practice||ENSMA||24||the training will be held at PPRIME Institute (Poiters) from May 2nd to May 4th|
|WS5||GT industry perspectives||SAFRAN||24||the training will be organized as series of virtual workshops|
|WS6||Assessment of compressible high temperature fluid flows||KTH||30||the 2023 FLOW Summer School at KTH on “Advancements in assessment of high temperature flows” will be held from 4th to 7th of July in Stockholm|
|WS7||System dynamics and control in theory and practice||UNIGE||36|
|OC1||Turbulent Combustion||CERFACS||12||Online- Next sessions:
from 17th October, 2022 to 4th December, 2022
|This Small PrIvate Online Course is organized by CERFACS on a 6 months basis and ESR are free to register and attend the course The SPOC is spread over 3 to 6 weeks with around 2 to 3 hours of work per week|
|TS1||What to do with your Ph.D.?||UNIFI||18|
|TS2||Social Responsibility in Modern Research||TUB||24|
|TS3||Innovation and Entrepreneurship Start-up School||POLITO||36|
Upcoming training events:
2023, July, 4-7, Stockholm, Sweden – the 2023 FLOW Summer School at KTH on “Advancements in assessment of high temperature flows” will be held in July, in Stockholm, as part of the INSPIRE training events. Here is the link for registration and the preliminary flyer FLOW_School_Prel_20230301
Previous training events:
2023, May, 2.3.4, Poiters – Training Workshop: High speed diagnostics for reacting flows in theory and practice: organized by ENSMA (Poitiers-Futuroscope, France, https://goo.gl/maps/2aqmmPtFgBPvy5p36),
2023, March, 1st and 8th 10:00-13:00, The fourth online event of the GT industry perspectives training, was organized by AVIOAERO in two sessions. Here the detailed program:
|Avio Aero: Introduction and vision||1.5||Del Cioppo/D’Ettole||1 March||10:00-11:30|
|Additive manufactuing||1.5||Peradotto||8 March||10:00-11:30|
2023, March, 2nd, 15:00-17:00, The third online event of the GT industry perspectives training, was organized by ANSALDO. Topics: Introduction to Ansaldo and heavy duty gas turbines (M. Maurer); Constant pressure sequential combustion of hydrogen (A. Ciani); 1D modelling of GT performance from an industry perspective (S. Rofka).
2022, from 17th October, to 4th December, Fundamentals of Turbulent Combustion online course by Cerfacs: this online course describes the fundamental elements required to understand modern tools for combustion simulation. It covers the first six chapters of the textbook Theoretical and numerical combustion by Poinsot and Veynante https://cerfacs.fr/fundamentals-of-turbulent-combustion/
2022, October, 20th, 14:00-18:00, The first online event of the GT industry perspectives training, was organized by Baker Hughes (thanks to BH team, Giovanni Riccio, Gianni Ceccherini and Marco Ruggiero)
2022, August 15-19, Berlin – IWDP/ICVDCW workshop – Joint Meeting of International Workshop on Detonation for Propulsion (IWDP) and International Constant Volume and Detonation Combustion Workshop (ICVDCW). A 5-day workshop that hosted technical presentations from leaders in the PGC and detonation combustion research fields and provided a number of networking opportunities. All ESRs attended this training event. https://iwdp-icvdcw2022.sciencesconf.org/
2022, July 6-8, Berlin – Pressure gain combustion technology overview short course: This three day training activity provided a concise overview of the state of the art for pressure gain combustion. It has the objective to quickly familiarize the trainees with the multi-disciplinary topics contained within PGC. This focused overview early in the programme, improves communication between the WPs and the ESRs. Some time has been spent demonstrating the RDC and discussing unique aspects of this high frequency, unsteady combustion device. All ESRs attended this training event. PGC Short Course Info Sheet
2022, June 27-July 1, Florence –ART Turbomachinery summer school: http://art.dief.unifi.it ART2022 was the sixth edition of the Summer School on Advanced Research in Turbomachinery The purpose of ART is to provide participants with an overview of advanced topics related to turbomachinery engineering. After two editions held as virtual events due to COVID-19 pandemic, this year the Summer School returned to its traditional in-presence format.
Professors and researchers of the Department of Industrial Engineering (DIEF) has been the instructors of the Summer School. Keynote lectures held by international experts from both academia and industry has also been offered: keynote speakers for ART2022 has been: Prof. A. Nix West Virginia University (USA), Prof. Guillermo Paniagua Purdue University (USA), Prof. C. O. Paschereit TU Berlin (D), Prof. R. Sandberg The University of Melbourne (AUS) and Dr. A. Robertson NREL (USA).Also relevant industry perspectives has been shared thanks to lectures given by personnel of Baker-Hughes and AvioAero.
2022, from 25th April, to 22th May, Fundamentals of Thermo-Acoustic Instabilities online course: Coupling between acoustic waves and flames has become a central issue in the development of many modern combustion systems. This course presents the theoretical background needed to tackle such problems. Details for registration available here: https://cerfacs.fr/fundamentals-of-thermo-acoustic-instabilities/. By attending the course, ESRs can obtain a certificate of participation and success in the final exam. The following session will take place from 17th October, to 4th December, 2022.
2020, 26 November, Workshop: Gender in recruitment Unlike the rest of the network-specific courses and workshops provided for ESRs, the target group for this workshop are the principal investigators. Consistent with the topic of social responsibility representing an essential educational element of INSPIRE and with the life-long learning culture, all principal investigators of the network participated in the workshop. Aim has been to raise awareness of gender issues in recruitment and the workshop has been held during the kick-off meeting and before the recruitment process commencement. This is complementary to the anti-bias actions already established by the human resources of each beneficiary.
2023, February, 23rd, 16:00-18:00, The second online event of the GT industry perspectives training, has been organized by SAFRAN. The lecture was given by Pierre-Alain Lambert, Head of the Energy and Propulsion R&T Department at Safran Tech; the title of his presentation is “Future civil aircraft propulsion concepts and challenges: Safran's views”