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Ulrich Eberle

  • PHD
  • Senior Project Lead Advanced Technology
  • General Motors Corp
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Research interests

Fuel CellsEnergy StorageWell-to-Wheel efficienciesCooperative MobilityAutomated DrivingHydrogenElectric VehiclesEnvironmentEnergyAutomotive

About

Eberle studied Physics in Stuttgart and received his PhD for a thesis conducted at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems. In 2003 he joined GM and its European arm, Adam Opel. He was one of the founders of the European Union's "Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking". As a member of the "VDA Task Force E-Mobility", Eberle was involved into setting up the German National Platform E-Mobility. His current work focuses on technologies and strategies on automated driving, smart mobility, alternative powertrains and energy storage. Eberle is author of numerous book chapters, technical reports and R&D papers: inter alia, he co-authored the most highly cited scientific publication in Opel history (according to Scopus and Web of Science).

Co-authors (21)

  • Tom Fletcher

Publications (5)

  • Complex aluminum hydrides

    • Bogdanovi? B
    • Eberle U
    • Felderhoff M
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    132Citations
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  • Hydrogen storage: The remaining scientific and technological challenges

    • Felderhoff M
    • Weidenthaler C
    • Von Helmolt R
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    260Citations
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  • Hydrogen storage in metal-hydrogen systems and their derivatives

    • Eberle U
    • Arnold G
    • Von Helmolt R
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    70Citations
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  • Hydrogen diffusion in metallic and nanostructured materials

    • Majer G
    • Eberle U
    • Kimmerle F
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    26Citations
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  • NMR studies of hydrogen diffusion in the hydrogen-stabilized Laves phase compound C15-HfTi<inf>2</inf>H<inf>x</inf>

    • Eberle U
    • Majer G
    • Skripov A
    • et al.
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    21Citations
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Professional experience

Senior Project Lead Advanced Technology

General Motors Corp.

January 2003 - Present

Education

PHD

Max-Planck-Institut fur Intelligente Systeme

August 1998 - June 2002(4 years)

Diplom-Physiker

Stuttgart University

October 1992 - July 1998(6 years)