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Biography Professor Martin Winter

Professor Martin Winter has currently an Endowed Chair for 'Applied Material Science for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion' at the Institute for Physical Chemistry on the Westfälische Wilhelms University of Muenster, sponsored by three industrial companies: Volkswagen AG, Evonik Industries AG and Chemetall GmbH.
Being educated in chemistry, Martin Winter has worked on electrochemical energy storage and conversion for more than 15 years, focusing on new materials, components and cell designs for super capacitors and lithium and lithium-ion batteries.

  • Study of Chemistry (1993) and Doctorate in Natural Sciences (1995) at the University of Muenster with Prof. Jürgen Besenhard.
  • Post-Doc in the Paul's Scherrer Institute in Villigen (Switzerland) until 1996.
  • From 1996-1999: Post-Doctoral Lecture Qualification in the Institute of Chemical Technology for Anorganic Materials at the University of Technology in Graz (Austria).
  • 2000-2006: Ao. University Professor.
  • 2007: University Professor and Institute Board of Directors in the Institute of Chemical Technology Anorganic. Materials at the University of Technology in Graz.(Austria)



Mr. Chen Yue (President of Energy Solution, HUAWEI)

Title: Challenges of ICT Energy Industry - High Efficiency, High Density, Smart Application

The next decade will witness the rapid development of information society; the biggest challenge facing the telecommunications industry is the evolution from single telecommunication demands to comprehensive and various information demands from clients. Thanks to All-IP technology, the boundary between IT and CT is vanishing and the players in the industry are redefining themselves. Operators, especially the giants, are embracing ICT services. While these operators will continue to provide Ultra-Wide Band network connections, they will also expand to various areas such as content services and IT services to transform from telecommunication service providers to information service providers.

Sustainable, flat and borderless features of telecommunication form the basis for such a service transformation. With this transformation, the rebuilding of the traditional network and the new applications (such as Cloud Computing, Smart Home, Smart Grid, M2M) require energy products and services that are highly efficient, cost effective and sustainable. High Efficiency,High Density and Smart Application will be the key components to support these products and services. There will be 3 top challenges for the energy industry over the next decade:

  1. How to develop highly efficient energy components? (Switches Power, UPS, Solar Inverter, cooling system, etc).
  2. How to develop high density energy components as embedded part of ICT system
  3. How to build the smart synergy between energy components and ICT System from cloud computation system to smart terminal through telecom pipe?

Huawei's energy strategy forms an integrated part of Huawei's ICT industry strategy and enrich life though communication with establishment of an effective industrial ecosystem.

Born in 1968, Mr. Chen graduated from Nankai University in 1990 with a BA degree in Electronic Engineering. He joined Huawei in 1995 and has served successively as Deputy Chief Engineer & Deputy President of the Optical Network Production Department. During 1990-2000, Mr.Chen was a member of the Chinese delegation to attend ITU-T Conference and participated in developing some important standards such as SDH and OTN. During 2005-2009, he was in charge of the Network Solution Department. From 2010, Mr. Chen was appointed as the President of Energy Solution Department. Mr. Chen has worked in the telecommunications industry for 20 years and has extensive knowledge of global trends within the industry.