I investigate metal hydrides for fuel cell vehicle infrastructure, in particular for thermal applications and management. We can convert unused energy of pressurized hydrogen to heat or cold for air conditioning or other onboard heating and cooling purposes.
2012 Dipolm in Environmental Engineering at University of Stuttgart
2018 Ph.D. degree on metal hydrides for thermal applications in vehicles
since 2011 at German Aerospace Center
currently developing new strategies for controlling metal haydride - hydrogen reactors using machine learning