Our Collaboration Philosophy
Our research is multidisciplinary in nature. In the last several years, numerous fruitful collaborations with researchers in a variety of specialties have been established.
A large part of our success is because of these collaborations with specialists in materials synthesis and characterization, surface scientists, electrochemists, and chemical engineers.
In case you belive that a collaboration with us will result in a synergy all can benefit from, please get in contact with email@example.com
The following is a non-exhaustive list of our collaborations (continuously updating).
|Peter Strasser||Germany||Supported electrocatalysts for PEM fuel cells and water electrolysers|
|Christina Scheu||Germany||Photoelectrochemistry and microscopy|
|Bastian Etzold||Germany||Ionic liquid modified electrocatalyst|
|Ulrike Krewer||Germany||Electrochemical microkinetic modelling|
|Olaf Magnussen||Germany||Platinum single crystals oxidation and dissolution|
|Hamish Miller||Italy||Electrocatalysts for AEM fuel cells|
|Marc Koper||Nederland||Electrochemistry of perovskites|
|Frederic Jaouen||France||Non-noble metals fuel cell electrocatalysts|
|Nejc Hodnik||Slovenia||Noble metals recycling|
|Jakub Drnec||France||Synchrotron diffractometry and spectroscopy|
|Dario Dekel||Israel||Electrocatalysts for AEM fuel cells|
|Ib Chorkendorff||Denmark||Size selected Pt clusters|
|Matthias Arenz||Switzerland||“Tool-box” synthesized nanoparticles for PEM fuel cells and water electrolysers|