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CO2 electrolysis based on protonic ceramic electrochimical cells
2019-11-26 15:19:23

Ryan O’Hayre

Colorado School of Mines, USA

Prof. O'Hayre's group at the Colorado School of Mines develops new materials and devices to enable alternative energy technologies including fuel cells and solar cells. Current fundamental research interests extend to aspects of high-temperature catalysis, electrochemistry, solid-state-ionics, electronic and ionic oxides.  Prof. O'Hayre is lead author of Fuel Cell Fundamentals, the world's best-selling textbook on fuel cell science and technology (translated into both Chinese and Korean) and has published >125 peer-reviewed publications in the field, including papers in Science and Nature, as well as several patents and book chapters. He has received several young-investigator research and teaching honors including the 2009 Presidential Early Career Award in Science and Engineering (PECASE), the US's top honor for early-career scientists and engineers.

Venue: Room 201 of Basic Energy Science Building
Time: 26th Nov, 2019, 9:00 am

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