List of founding members

        Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Prof. Dr. H. Ehrenberg
Prof. Dr. J. Fleischer
Prof. Dr. A. Grunwald
Prof. Dr. H. Hahn
Prof. Dr. M. Hoffmann
Prof. Dr. J. Janek
Prof. Dr. M. Kamlah
Dr. C. Kübel
Dr. J. Maibach
Prof. Dr. B. Nestler
Prof. Dr. H. Nirschl
Prof. Dr. M. Ruben
Prof. Dr. W. Schabel
Prof. Dr. R. Schuster
Prof. Dr. H.-J. Seifert
Prof. Dr. J. Tübke
Prof. Dr. W. Wenzel
Prof. Dr. T. Wetzel
Prof. Dr. C. Wöll

        Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)
Dr. D. Bresser
Prof. Dr. M. Fichtner
Prof. Dr. S. Passerini
Dr. R. Zeis
        University of Ulm
Prof. Dr. Joachim Ankerhold
Prof. Dr. R.J. Behm
Prof. Dr. A. Gross
Prof. Dr. R. Güttel
Prof. Dr. T. Jacob
Prof. Dr. F. Jelezko
Prof. Dr. U. Kaiser
Prof. Dr. J. Kallo
PD Dr. C. Kranz
Prof. Dr. A. Latz
Prof. Dr. M. Linden
Prof. Dr. B. Mizaikoff
Prof. Dr. K. Leopold
Prof. Dr. M. Plenio
Prof. Dr. S. Rau
Prof. Dr. V. Schmidt
Prof. Dr. C. Streb
Prof. Dr. K. Urban
Prof. Dr. C. Waldschmidt

        Center for Solar and Hydrogen Research (ZSW)
Dr. L. Jörissen
Prof. Dr. W. Tillmetz
Dr. M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens

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