Our group targets challenges related to the development of the new solutions to satisfy the growing demand for energy. We study complex phenomena in solids and liquids and at their electrified interfaces that are associated with i) storing energy reversibly and ii) efficiently converting electrical energy into fuels. Next, we apply the fundamental knowledge that we gained to develop new materials for batteries and electrocatalysis that can deliver improved performance, cost, efficiency and safety. We are also interested in designing eco-friendly energy systems that have minimal environmental impact.

 MATERIALS AND ELECTROLYTE DESIGN FOR ENERGY 

RECENT NEWS

Winner: 2021 Faraday Division Horizon Prize

June 8th, 2021

Maria's work on MXene electrochemistry is highlighted as a part of cluster award, together with co-authors she received 2021 Faraday Divion Horizon Prize. Read more

Jimun Yoo announced as one of the 2021 Schmidt Science Fellows

June 3rd, 2021

As a Schmidt Science Fellow, Jimun plans to pivot to work on sustainable and decentralized systems to provide clean water. Read more

Anna de Vries successfully defended her masters' thesis

April 16th, 2021

Anna successfully defended her thesis and is on her way to start her PhD. Congratulations!

Jimun Yoo joins the group

March 22nd, 2021

Jimun officially joins the group as a Post-Doc Researcher.

Welcome, Jimun!