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Ulrich Wagner

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Wagner was born in 1955 in Passau, Germany. He is retired Full Professor at the TUM Chair for Energy Economy and Application Technology, Scientific Consultant of the Research Institute for Energy Economy (FfE e.V.)

After graduating in Electrical Engineering in Bogotá and TU München Ulrich Wagner´s research fields are the more efficient use of energy and integration of renewable energies in all energy sectors. He developed detailed methods and models to simulate the entire energy system, considering and optimizing all energy carriers and applications. He developed a testing procedure for the energy productivity of traction batteries in electric vehicles, which was proved in international projects. He founded and directed the Hydrogen-Initiative Bavaria, the first of its kind in Germany. In industrial cooperations he participated in R&D of components for a hydrogen energy system. In his research work the holistic Life Cycle Analysis always played a central role, e.g. in the form of „hidden energy“ for production, use and recycling of products and services. At the same time the communication of scientific results into public and politics was an important part of his work, e.g. in the form of hearings and declarations.

Among others Ulrich Wagner was Scientific Director of FfE e.V., Dean of Faculty „Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik“ at TUM and Board Member for Energy and Mobility at German Aerospace Center (DLR). He is member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Engineering acatech.




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