Next to its research goals, the CCER has the goal to educate young researchers in developing and applying computational methods for energy research. To foster an atmosphere of mutual learning and to build the CCER community, regular CCER seminars are organized. The CCER contributes to the EnergyDays organized by the Eindhoven Energy Institute (EEI).
The TU/e Bachelor College offers several courses for specialization in computational science, in particular in the cross-disciplinary coherent packages ‘Multiscale Phenomena and Techniques’ and ‘Computational Science’.
The TU/e Graduate School offers a Master’s program ‘Science and Technology of Nuclear Fusion’. In this program students can follow a variety of specialized cross-disciplinary computational courses important for Fusion research:
The CCER regularly organizes specialized workshops to educate PhD students (and interested Bachelor and Master students) in state-of-the-art computational techniques and to train them in hands-on use of software based on these techniques.