Our team and mission
We are a multidisciplinary team of scientists who are passionate about electrochemical science and engineering. The ultimate goal of our research program is to accelerate the deployment of transformative energy technologies into the real world. Furthermore, we educate the next generation of engineers and scientists in developing the independent and critical thinking skills needed to solve challenging problems facing modern society.
The Electrochemical Materials and Systems laboratory is part of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry and the Membrane Materials and Processes group at Eindhoven University of Technology.
We employ fundamental principles at the interface of (electro)chemical engineering, materials science, and physical chemistry to design, synthesize, characterize, and simulate materials and reactors. Core areas include:
- Architected electrode microstructures.
- Engineered electrode interfaces.
- Advanced operando diagnostics.
- Electrochemical reactor engineering.
Current areas of interest include large-scale energy storage with flow batteries, energy conversion through hydrogen fuel cells and electrolyzers, and decarbonization of the chemical industry through efficient chemical conversions and separations.