Our research is guided by the unique and diverse role that ceramic materials play in energy applications. We are aiming to understand the formation of unique microstructures in ceramics. The materials we concentrate on are crucial for diverse applications such as thermal insulation, catalysis, effective combustion, electrode materials and more.
To compete with the price set by steam methane reforming and other carbon-based hydrogen production technologies, a true paradigm shift in water electrolysis technologies is required. Our research focuses on decoupled water splitting, a new and exciting field that aims to increase the flexibility and robustness of eater electrolysis and provides new opportunities for hydrogen production from renewable sources.
Corrosion Activity of Nitrogen-Hydrogen (N-H) Based Fuels
Decomposition of N-H Based Fuels
Prevention of NOx Formation During Combustion of N-H Based Fuels