Projects

Projects

  1. Construction and implementation of experimental set-ups for high pressure electrolysis. Participants: HTAS, DONG, Risø DTU. Postdoc Søren Højgaard Jensen.
  2. Stability of the LSM-SZ-interface at realistic operation conditions. Participants: TOFC, Risø DTU. Ph.D.-student Iris Maura Torres Da Silva
  3. Inexpensive electrocatalysts for O2 reduction. Participants: IRD A/S, DTU Phys, Risø DTU. Ph.D.-student Federico Calle Vallejo
  4. In-situ characterization of SOC electrodes using CAHT-SPM. Participants: DME - Danish Micro Engineering A/S, DTU-Chem, Risø DTU. Ph.D.-student Anne-Mette Nørgaard. Converted to a postdoc project. Post doc Yuehua Wu
  5. Automatic quantitative image analysis (QIA) of 3D FEGSEM micrographs. Participants: Videometer A/S, DTU IMM, Lund University, Risø DTU. Ph.D.-student Peter Stanley Jørgensen
  6. Selective NO conversion electrocatalysts. Participants: Dinex A/S, DTU-Phys, SDU-Chem, Risø DTU. Ph.D.-student Rebecka Werchmeister
  7. New inexpensive materials for robust oxygen sensor electrodes. Participants: PBI-Dansensor A/S, DTU-Chem, Risø. Ph.D.-student Anders Lund
  8. Surface compositions and structures of clean SOC materials. Participants: DTU-Phys, Risø. PhD-student Thomas Andersen
  9. Durability of solid oxide cells at increased pressure. Participants: HTAS, DONG, Risø and possibly Topsoe Fuel Cell. Postdoc Xiufu Sun
  10. Improved low-temperature oxygen sensors. Participants: PBI-Dansensor A/S, DTU-Chem, Risø. Ph.D.-student Qiang Hu
  11. Detailed in-situ investigation of SOC electrodes using CAHT-SPM. Participants: DME – Danish Micro Engineering A/S, DTU-Chem, Risø.
    Ph.D. student Suresh Kannan Balasingam. Converted to a postdoc project. Postdoc Yuehua Wu.
  12. Inexpensive electrocatalysts. Participants: DTU-Phys, IRD A/S, Risø. Postdoc Jakob Blomqvist. Postdoc Zhen-Hua Zeng.
  13. Nanostructured SOC electrodes. Postdoc Christina Knöfe. In close cooperation with project 2. Risø co-financing.
  14. Co-electrolysis of steam and carbon dioxide – durability and pressurization, Scientists Søren Højgaard Jensen (ca. 80 % of time) and Sune D. Ebbesen (ca. 50 % of time. Risø co-financing. In close cooperation with project 9.
  15. Guest PhD-student project: Co-electrolysis of steam and carbon dioxide –development of electrodes, PhD-student Christopher R. Graves from University of Columbia, NY, USA.
  16. Guest PhD-student project: New materials for SOEC cathodes, PhD-student Jason Fish, Colorado Center For Advanced Ceramics, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, USA.
  17. Guest PhD-student at Risø: Impurity features in Ni-YSZ-H2-H2O electrodes,Annika Utz, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
  18. Basic Education: One Bachelor (at DTU Physics) and four Master students have worked in the SERC project. Of these, two were from University of Southern Denmark (Jakob Stokholm and Daniel Risskov Sørensen). The third was a student from Greece, Eirini Skouloudi, who was in Denmark to do her Master of Sustainable Energy at DTU. The last one was Konrad Tarka, Lund University, whose work was partially carried out at Risø DTU.
http://www.serc.dk/projects
17 DECEMBER 2017