Welcome to the homepage of the Energy and Environmental Catalysis Group. We are a diverse group of people with backgrounds in engineering and chemistry, aiming at providing solutions to energy and environmental issues using catalytic materials. Our group primarily uses experimental tools, occasionally coupled with theoretical calculations, to quantitatively characterize problems and to explore new research directions. Whenever possible, we actively collaborate with industry and scientists and engineers from many disciplines.
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Tuning Cu/Cu2O Interfaces for Reduction of Carbon Dioxide to Methanol in Aqueous Solutions
Angew Chem Int Ed 18-10-20
Breaking the Scaling Relationship via Pt/Cu Single Atom Alloys for Catalytic Dehydrogenation
Nature Commun 18-10-09
Low-Coordinated Edge Sites on Ultrathin Palladium Nanosheets Boost CO2 Reduction
Angew Chem Int Ed 18-06-27