Scientific Committee

The Scientific Committee is an independent advisory body to the Governing Board. Its priorities are to  

  • Advise on the scientific priorities to be addressed in annual work plans;
  • Advise on the scientific achievements described in the annual activity report. 

The Scientific Committee has nine members, selected by the Governing Board on the basis of their scientific competencies and expertise to give their science-based recommendations on the priorities and the progress of the FCH JU.

The members reflect a balanced representation of world class expertise from academia, industry and regulatory bodies. They represent different fields of expertise within fuel cell and hydrogen technologies.

Members of the FCH JU Scientific Committee: show/hide the members section

  • Mr Eden Mamut - Chair of the Scientific Committee, Professor at Institute for Nanotechnologies and Alternative Energy Sources at "Ovidius" University of Constanta, RO
  • Ms Daria E. Vladikova - Director of the Institute of Electrochemistry and Energy Systems (IEES), Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, BG
  • Ms Deborah J. Jones - Director of the Federation of Chemistry Institutes in the Languedoc-Roussillon Region, UK
  • Mr Bernard Dam - Head of Section “Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage” at Delft University of Technology, NL
  • Mr Robert Steinberger-Wilckens - Professor in FCH, University of Birmingham, DE

  • Mr Hans Aage Hjuler- Managing Director, CEO Danish Power Systems, DK

  • Mr Karl E. Noreikat- NorCon, Scientific Consulting Chairman and Senior Consultant, DE

  • Mr Jari Johannes Kiviaho- Chief Research Scientist and Research team Leader at VTT, Technical Research Centre of Finland, FI

  • Mr Jean- Pierre L. Birat- CEO and owner of IF Steelman, a Consulting SOHO SME

Rules of Procedure of the Scientific Committee

 

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