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Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Fuel cells – the future of electrified mobility

“We prepare the mobility of the future with fuel cells: electrified, free of emissions or CO2, innovative, and without compromises for the customer.”

Dr. Helerson Kemmer, Senior Expert, Project Manager

My name is Dr. Helerson Kemmer, and I am a thoroughgoing system engineer working with fuel cells for mobility applications. My function is to anticipate and shape the future systems and derive research projects to prepare my company for that. To accomplish these tasks, I am project leader and senior expert for future fuel cell systems.

Curriculum vitae

Bosch Engineering GmbH

2015

Fuel cell on Wheels: Development of fuel cell demonstrator (baggage tow carrier)

Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW)

2014

Teaching fuel cells: Lectures on fuel cell systems for the master’s study program

Robert Bosch GmbH

2008

System development: Responsible for the component package of gasoline direct injector HDEV5

Selected publications

  • Fighting climate change through innovation: mobility with fuel cells

    H. Kemmer (2017)

    Fighting climate change through innovation: mobility with fuel cells
    • G7 – Climate Change – The New Economy (26.-27.05.2017), p. 42-43
  • Baggage tow carrier as fuel cell demonstrator

    Bosch Engineering GmbH (2015)

    Baggage tow carrier as fuel cell demonstrator
    • Youtube
  • Reichweitentechnologie für Elektrofahrzeuge – On-Board-Energiewandler

    H. Kemmer (2014)

    Reichweitentechnologie für Elektrofahrzeuge – On-Board-Energiewandler
    • ATZ extra, p. 44-49
  • Wirkkettenanalyse von Brennstoffzellensystemen

    H. Kemmer (2013)

    Wirkkettenanalyse von Brennstoffzellensystemen
    • ATZ, p. 604-607
  • Method for regulating a boost pressure of an engine

    Robert Bosch GmbH (2013)

    Method for regulating a boost pressure of an engine
    • J. Intorp, H. Kemmer, T. Steidten, D. Zirkel
    • US2014174079A
  • Method for determining a concentration of alcohol in a fuel mixture

    Robert Bosch GmbH (2011)

    Method for determining a concentration of alcohol in a fuel mixture
    • H. Kemmer, C. Reschke
    • US2012226427A
  • Determination of the lift delay of a magnetic valve

    Robert Bosch GmbH (2010)

    Determination of the lift delay of a magnetic valve
    • K. Joos, H. Kemmer, J. König, H. P. Lehr, J. Neuberg, H. Rapp, R. Schlüter, B. Wichert, H. Hamedovic, A. T. Hoang
    • WO10145936A1
  • Method for operating an injection valve, in particular a fuel injection system

    Robert Bosch GmbH (2009)

    Method for operating an injection valve, in particular a fuel injection system
    • K. Joos, R. Schlueter, J. Neuberg, H. Kemmer, H. Lehr, H. Rapp, H. Hamedovic, J. König, A. Hoang, B. Wichert
    • WO11012518A
  • Method to determine a fuel composition

    Robert Bosch GmbH (2009)

    Method to determine a fuel composition
    • C. Koester, J. Pfeiffer, G. Mallebrein, H. Kemmer, K. Joos, K. Jakobs, E. Hincker Piocelle, W. Häming, P. Y. Crepin, F. Buganza
    • US2009070017A
  • Investigation of the Friction Behavior of Automotive Brakes through Experiments and Tribological Modeling

    H. Kemmer (2002)

    Investigation of the Friction Behavior of Automotive Brakes through Experiments and Tribological Modeling
    • PhD Thesis, ISBN 3-00-011230-8

Interview

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Senior Expert, Project Manager

“Please tell us what fascinates you most about research.”

The opportunity to anticipate and, even more, to shape the future, bringing more value to peoples’ lives.

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Senior Expert, Project Manager

“What makes research done at Bosch so special?”

The research at Bosch has the goal to produce products for life, i.e. I will see the result of my research improving the life of people and making my company more successful. Furthermore it is very exciting to make the interface between the research world and the developers of the most diverse Bosch components.

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Senior Expert, Project Manager

“What research topics are you currently working on at Bosch?”

I am currently working on the future fuel cells systems for mobility with hydrogen. My role is to anticipate and shape future systems and understand what the most promising products for Bosch are and what they should look like. Furthermore I identify new research topics within the fuel cell systems and suggest additional projects.

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Senior Expert, Project Manager

“What are the biggest scientific challenges in your field of research?”

Since our society is, generally speaking, not yet willing to pay more for an emission-free mobility approach, each new mobility approach must be commercially competitive with the state of the art. In this context, the costs of fuel cells for mobility still need to decrease for their broad penetration. The scientific community and Bosch are working hard to develop new materials, manufacturing processes, and system topologies to achieve this goal and accelerate the expansion of this technology.

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Dr. Helerson Kemmer

Senior Expert, Project Manager

“How do the results of your research become part of solutions "Invented for life"?”

With a broad penetration of fuel cell systems in mobility in the near future, emissions-free electrified mobility will become reality. In achieving this, Bosch products will contribute to a world with better air quality and limited  climate impacts. Furthermore, electrified mobility with fuel cells offers a similar level of comfort to today’s powertrain concepts, e.g. with comparable driving range (also in winter), refueling time, start behavior, and drivability in cold weather.

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