Member of the European Economic and Social Committee since: 21/09/2015
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Samm, born 1950 in Gevelsberg, Germany, is a physicist. He finished his PhD at the RWTH Aachen University in the field High Energy Physics and habilitated at the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf in the field of plasma physics and
TEN/638 - Hired vehicles without drivers for the carriage of goods by road
Conference on European Energy Dialogue on the Energy Union: Progress, Governance, and Civil Society
Conference on the mid-term review of Horizon 2020
INT/807 - Evaluation of Horizon 2020
Conference on Responsible Innovation in the Health Industry
Permanent Study Group "European Energy Community"
TEN/619 - Accelerating clean energy innovation
NAT/696 Effort-sharing 2030 and land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF)
TEN/601 — Communication on online platforms and the digital single market
TEN/590 - Intergovernmental Agreements in the Energy Field
TEN/596 - Nuclear Illustrative Programme
TEN/583 - Prosumer Energy and Prosumer Power cooperatives
TEN/585 - Marine energy: renewable energy sources to be developed
NAT/684 Coalition to deliver commitments of the Paris Agreement
TEN/580 - State of the Energy Union 2015
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Prof. Dr. Ulrich Samm, born 1950 in Gevelsberg, Germany, is a physicist. He finished his PhD at the RWTH Aachen University in the field High Energy Physics and habilitated at the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf in the field of plasma physics and became full Professor in 1999. A major part of his professional life was devoted to the field of plasma physics and international fusion research working at Forschungszentrum Jülich, where was director of the Institute for Energy and Climate Research - Plasma Physics from 1999 to 2016. He served as Head of Research Unit, Association EURATOM-FZJ. Since 2015 he is member of the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels representing large research organisations and giving advice in the fields of research and innovation policy, energy and digitalization.