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A consortium including LightChEC PIs has been awarded a CHF 1 million research prize by the Werner Siemens Foundation following the call for a "project of the century".
Prof. Karl-Heinz Ernst received the “JVSS-Microbeam Analysis Award” from the Division of Microbeam Analysis (MBA) of the Japan Society of Vacuum and Surface Science (JVSS) in October.
Photo‐ and Electrocatalysis with Polymerised Water Reduction Catalysts
Development and Characterization of Transition Metal-Based Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Water Splitting
Probing Catalytic Metal Hydride Surfaces
Spectroscopy with Real-Time Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory - Linear Response and Gauge Dependence
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Development and Mechanistic Studies of Water Oxidation Catalysts Based on 3d Transition Metals
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Carbon-Based Electrocatalysts for the Water Splitting and Oxygen Reduction Reactions
Understanding Catalysts, Photosensitisers, and Catalytic Intermediates with Ultrafast Vibrational Spectroscopy in One and Two Dimensions
Understanding Pristine Hematite Photoanodes and their Modification with Cocatalysts for Water Oxidation
Sandra Luber has been appointed Associate Professor for computational chemistry as of 1 April 2021.
Molecular Ink-Derived Chalcogenide Photoelectrodes for Solar Water Splitting
Probing the Electrochemical Hydrogen Evolution Interfaces under Reaction-relevant Conditions
David Tilley has been promoted to associate professor at the Department of Chemistry. This promotion asserts a continuation of his field in sustainable energy
research at the University of Zurich.
Ab-initio Simulations of Condensed Aqueous Systems
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