Our research focus is on renewable energy conversion by electrochemical activation of small molecules such as H+, CO2, N2, O2 and H2O. We apply a variety of techniques including electrochemical, FTIR, XAS spectroelectrochemistry, DFT and stable isotope labelling to study the mechanisms of water oxidation, proton, CO2, O2 and N2 reduction reactions by molecular catalysts or biological enzymes..
Follow the link to our ongoing research projects here.
If you are interested to join the group, do not hesitate to contact us. Applications from students (Masters, PhD etc) and postdocs are always welcome!
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