|Jatin Nathwani, AE4H Co-Director|
Prof. Nathwani serves on several Boards at the provincial and national levels. He is Scientific Advisor to the Equinox Energy 2030 Summit of the Waterloo Global Science Initiative (WGSI). He is Chair of the Board of Canadian University Network of Excellence in Nuclear Engineering (UNENE), Member of the Ontario Smart Grid Forum, Board Member, Ontario Centre of Excellence (OCE), Member, Clean Tech Advisory Board (Dept. of Foreign Affairs and Intl Trade), Member, Council for Clean and Reliable Electricity (CCRE), Member, Advisory Panel for the Science Media Centre of Canada (SMCC), and Advisory Board Member, Sustainable Waterloo. (Profile)
|Ambika Opal, Program Manager, Projects & Outreach|
The AE4H Program Manager is responsible for the successful management of the Affordable Energy for Humanity Global Change Initiative at WISE. This new international research project will focus on addressing energy poverty through the development of low-carbon energy systems that are responsive to the needs of the global populations that need them the most.
|Sana Sadiq, Acting Communications Specialist|
Sana is responsible for managing the website content, design and development of marketing campaigns, and other graphics-related aspects of AE4H project materials.
|Joachim Knebel, AE4H Co-Director|
Educated as a mechanical and nuclear engineer, Professor Joachim Knebel is Head of Division III ‚Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering‘ at KIT, being responsible for 36 institutes, the two KIT departments ‘Mechanical Engineering’ and ‘Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies’, as well as the three Helmholtz Programmes ‘Storage and Cross-linked Infrastructures’, ‘Nuclear Waste Disposal and Safety’, as well as ‘Nuclear Fusion’. Across scientific disciplines and research programmes, and in close cooperation with colleagues at KIT and Helmholtz, Joachim Knebel shapes and organises the research and innovation work which is supporting the ‚German Energiewende‘ and the mobility systems of the future.
|Isabelle Südmeyer, AE4H Manager|
Dr. Isabelle Südmeyer is responsible for the overall management of the Helmholtz Programme ‘Storage and Cross-linked Infrastructures’ which develops and provides new technologies for the ‘German Energiewende’. This programme covers research for an environmentally sound, reliable and affordable energy supply. Isabelle Südmeyer gives scientific and management support to the Affordable Energy for Humanity Global Change Initiative at KIT.
|Verena Wittmann, Administrative Assistant |
Verena Wittmann is the controller of Division III being responsible for the greater administration of all budget and personal issues. Thus, she allows the organizational units of division III to focus their efforts on research, teaching and innovation. Within this Global change Initiative, Verena Wittmann is the administrative assistant to Joachim Knebel.
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