New Model for District-Based Coronavirus Forecasts

Neuroinformatics scientists at Osnabrück University and data specialists at Forschungszentrum Jülich are releasing new model results daily to forecast COVID-19 infections. The results include estimates updated daily of the reported new infections and a 5-day forecast for every German district.

High flyer

They are considered to be promising candidates for the solar modules of the future: materials with a perovskite structure. Prof. Michael Saliba has been heavily involved in this young field of research since its beginning. At Jülich, he is now pursuing a new idea.


Why Electric Cars Can Also Run on Hydrogen

As part of the transformation of the German energy and transport sectors, the use of electric motors with batteries and fuel cells, as well as electricity- and biomass-based fuels in internal combustion engines, is currently the subject of much debate. Scientists from Jülich’s subinstitute for Techno-Economic Systems Analysis are investigating the different options from an economic perspective. The director at the subinstitute, Prof. Detlef Stolten, recently gave an interview about the facts surrounding the debate.