Focus on "Batteries and Hydrogen" in the Bachelor's degree programme BCPI
The bachelor's programme in Bio, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering provides the essential knowledge for the production and application of batteries and the use of hydrogen technology by teaching the essential basics of energy and process engineering. In particular, the technical implementation and scaling of these technologies is currently the greatest challenge for achieving a turnaround towards sustainable energy supply and mobility - these are classic aspects of energy and process engineering. In addition, the degree programme offers a series of modules that deal in depth with the fundamentals of electrochemical energy storage and the production of batteries and fuel cells.
New from winter semester 2023/24
From now on, it is possible to take a specialisation in "Batteries and Hydrogen" in the Bachelor's degree programme in Bio, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering. The specialisation is shown on the Bachelor's certificate and documents the special knowledge acquired in this field.
The requirement for this is, on the one hand, the completion of the elective compulsory area of chemical engineering and the elective modules "Electrochemical Energy Engineering" and "Batteries and Fuel Cells - Fundamentals, Production and Recycling Management", and on the other hand, the completion of the Bachelor's thesis on a topic in the field of batteries, fuel cells or the production, storage or use of hydrogen.
Of course, the choice of the focus is voluntary and is made by the students by submitting a confirmation of the first examiner of the Bachelor's thesis on the thematic relevance of the task. As a transitional arrangement, the above-mentioned elective modules can be taken as additional subjects.