Prof. Dr. Peter Strasser
High throughput testing, fuel cells, electrocatalysis
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UniCat graduate Mehtap Özaslan is establishing a junior research group at the University of Oldenburg
Prof. Dr. Mehtap Özaslan, a former UniCat Ph.D. student in Prof. Peter Strasser’s group, and junior professor of electrocatalysis at the University of Oldenburg, has just been awarded financing from the Federal Ministry of Research to investigate catalysts
UniCat Professor Dr. Peter Strasser of the TU Berlin has received the Otto Roelen Medal 2016 at the Annual Meeting of German Catalysis Experts in Weimar.
Dr. Mehtap Özaslan, a former PhD student at UniCat has received the € 10,000 Umicore Scientific Award for her PhD work in the field of catalytic properties of cathode fuel cell electrocatalysts. Mehtap’s entry was one of 25 submitted from all ove
UniCat scientist searching for novel electrochemical energy storage devices for electric vehicles
UniCat young scientists involved in YounGeCatS
In the latest Issue of JACS Peter Strasser, Markus Antonietti, and coworker describe mesoporous nitrogen-doped carbon for the electrocatalytic synthesis of hydrogen peroxide. For more information see Research\Selected Research Highlights.
Publication of Peter Strasser has been highlighted in JACS
"In the field of Electromobility mainly research on lithium-ion battery technology has been promoted in the past years. But the limits of this technology become more and more obvious. ", states Peter Strasser, a professor for Technical Chemistry at TU Ber
Noble Metal-Free Hydrazine Fuel Cell Catalysts: EPOC Effect in Competing Chemical and Electrochemical Reaction Pathways
Peter Strasser et al. report the discovery of a highly active Ni-Co alloy electrocatalyst for the oxidation of hydrazine (N2H4) and provide evidence for competing electrochemical (faradaic) and chemical (nonfaradaic) reaction pathways. For more infor
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