Dissertation passed


2. April 2024

André Martins Neves successfully defended his dissertation titled “Development of an Adiabatic Hydrogen Storage System Based on Lithium Reactive Hydride Composite” on 13 February 2024. After presenting his thesis, he was questioned in the oral examination about his basic knowledge of materials science and the content of his thesis, which he passed sucessfully. His thesis on the storage of hydrogen in high-temperature metal hydrides was written as part of the project Adiabatic Tank, which was carried out in cooperation with the DLR Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics in Stuttgart. The project, and therefore Mr Neves’ doctoral thesis, was funded by the Karl Vossloh Foundation. He will continue to support the Chair of Applied Materials Engineering in teaching and further develop his work on the modelling and simulation of hydrogen storage systems.