Interview with MIT-Expert Harry Tuller
Prof. Dr. Harry Tuller, MIT, was a guest-scientist at the institute for solar fuels.
When can we hope to store solar energy in form of hydrogen with an efficient and cheap solution? What is motivating young people to get involved into science these days? And how does is come that many scientists really love to work, even after the official retirement age? Prof. Dr. Harry Tuller ist answering these questions in an interview, which you can listen here. And if you prefer to read his answers, you could download the transcript.
In summer 2013, Professor Harry Tuller was visiting the HZB for several weeks. His visit was sponsored by a Helmholtz International Fellowship Award. Tuller is an expert in the field of fuel cells, batteries and new solutions for energy transformation at the world famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
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Im Rahmen der The smarter-e Europe/Intersolar 2023 findet eine Vortragssession organisiert von der Allianz BIPV und dem Solarenergieföderverein Bayern e.V. zum Thema "Bauwerkintegrierte Photovoltaik (BIPV) - Lösungen und Dienstleistungen" statt.
Datum: 14. Juni 2023, 15:30 -17:15 Uhr
Ort: Messe München, Halle A3, Stand A3.150/151
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