Oxygen Evolution Mechanism Engineering
The Young Investigator Group Oxygen Evolution Mechanism Engineering (EE-NOME) aims to firstly gain new insights into the mechanism of the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) and to subsequently use these insights to engineer more beneficial mechanisms. To gain the desired insights, we combine concepts from materials science, physics and chemistry. We make defined model catalysts and study them using electroanalytical methods and operando spectroscopy at the synchrotron.
The group is being built up. Soon, you will learn more about us, including our methods and research topics.