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Title:
 
Sophi@Webinar the Advanced E-Learning Platform of the Photovoltaic European Research Infrastructure FP7-SOPHIA Project
 
Author(s):
 
F. Roca, L. Pavia, D. Casaburi, G. Cipolletta, G. Mancuccini, S. Pirozzi, A. Vita, F. Beone, M. Steffé, Y. Augarten, I. Lauermann, B.Y. Assoa, F. Bergeron, I. Bennett, M. de Bruijne, S. Gevorgyan, J. Hüpkes, M. Köhl, J. Kroon, J. Merten, S. Misara, T. Pettersen, M. Schubert, G. Siefer, N. Taylor, I.T. Theologitis, P. Malbranche
 
Keywords:
 
Dissemination, Education and Training, Qualification and Testing, Stability, E-Learning
 
Topic:
 
PV - A MAJOR ELECTRICITY SOURCE
Subtopic: PV Globalisation, Policies and Administrative Issues
Event: 29th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition
Session: 7AV.6.61
 
Pages:
 
4132 - 4137
ISBN: 3-936338-34-5
Paper DOI: 10.4229/EUPVSEC20142014-7AV.6.61
 
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Document(s): paper, poster
 

Abstract/Summary:


FP7-SOPHIA project coordinated by CEA-INES, is the European research infrastructure project which brings together 20 European PV RTD Organizations and associations like EPIA, EUREC and DerLab to strengthen and optimize the research capabilities.in the field of PV technologies. The tight and frequent interaction among toplevel experts of the SOPHIA consortium is essential to realize the necessary collaborative network. On the other hand the huge quantity of research areas of common interest, joint to plenty of equipment and procedures currently utilized demand combinations of disciplines and top-class scientists are not available at a single research institute. Sustaining the training programme by a more traditional in-person and on-site approach constitutes a threat given the constraints on financial budgets and time availability of the experts. To address these needs SOPHIA has developed on-line solution: SOPHi@webinar, the e-learning platform of FP7-SOPHIA project requires no more than a set of interconnected computers with suitable software and hardware.