We are very honored to invite you to our 29th SRM Talk on Hydrogen as an Energy Source!
Join our talk to find out more about the importance and future of Hydrogen as an Energy Source! You will get valuable information and participate actively in the discussion with our speakers!
Date/Time: May 26th, 17:00 CET
Meeting Location: Zoom
Meeting ID: 618 8597 6642
About the Speakers
Our first speaker is Nicole Kaim-Albers, the head of the office at the Weltenergierat – Deutschland which represents the German energy industry in the global organization “World Energy Council”. It is the main impartial energy network promoting an affordable, stable, and environmentally sensitive energy system. Nicole is working at the interface between the national and international level, as well as between the public and the private energy sector. Before joining the World Energy Council in 2011, she worked six months as an intern in the communications department of the German Energy and Water Association. Holding a Master’s degree in European Studies, Nicole studied at Universities in Bremen, Krakow, Bath, Paris, and Berlin.
Our second speaker is Ulrike Hinz, a Consultant for Climate Protection and Energy Policy at WWF Germany. Before that, she worked at Ubitricity as a coordinator for R&D projects and as a business development manager, in strategy development at 50Hertz, and as a research assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS (eGovernment). In addition to her professional life, she is co-founder of GreenBuzz Berlin e.V., a non-profit association for the promotion of sustainability. Ulrike holds a B.A. and M.A. in international business with a focus on strategic management and sustainability in Berlin, Melbourne, and Prague as well as an MBA in Energy Management at the Technical University of Berlin.
Our final speaker is Sebastian Stießel, a Research Associate at Fraunhofer UMSICHT in Oberhausen. He works in the Cross-Industrial Production Systems group and is responsible for the systemic evaluation of Power-to-X and CCU technologies as well as for the development of projects on the topics. As part of his doctorate, he developed a reference model for the multi-criteria evaluation of cross-industrial systems. The model was validated in the Carbon2Chem project, which resulted in the evaluation of various key figures from the fields of technology, economy, ecology as well as acceptance and location. Before joining Fraunhofer UMSICHT, he worked as a student trainee in various industrial groups, including Bilfinger and ThyssenKrupp.
17:00 – 17: 25 First Talk by Nicole Kaim-Albers
17:25 – 17:30 Break
17:30 – 17:50 Second Talk by Ulrike Hinz
17:50 – 17:55 Break
17:55 – 18:15 Third talk by Sebastian Stießel.
18:15 – 18:45 Discussion
SRM Talks is an accredited TUM university group from a group of students of the graduate program Sustainable Resource Management at TUM. The purpose of SRM Talks is to organize monthly talks under the motto “SRM talks challenges of the future”. The topics of interest for these talks gravitate around environmental issues and sustainable solutions such as nature conservation, green finance, renewable energy, waste management, etc.