Tentative Program

Note: Changes possible

Wednesday, May 22nd , 2024

08.00: Registration

08.45: Welcome and Opening
Prof. Bastian Etzold (FAU), Prof. Jörg Libuda (FAU) and Prof. Karl Mayrhofer (HI ERN/FAU)

09.00: tbd
Prof. Thomas Justus Schmidt (Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland)

09.45: Coffee Break

Session 1

10.15: Alkaline oxygen evolution reaction on activated industrial Ni-Fe alloys
Prof. Marian Chatenet (Grenoble INP, France)

10.45: Cobalt based MXene composites for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction
Dr. Michelle Browne (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany)

11.15: Highly Active and Durable Composite-Type Self-Repairing Anode Catalysts for Alkaline Water Electrolysis
Prof. Yoshiyuki Kuroda (Yokohama National University, Japan)

11.35: Atomic insights into the competitive edge of nanosheets splitting water
Dr. Lorenz Falling (Technical University Munich, Germany)

11.55: Lunch

Session 2

13.20: tbd
Prof. Chang-Hyuck Choi (Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea)

13.50: Routes towards molecular carbon materials for electrochemical conversion of small molecules
Prof. Martin Oschatz (FSU Jena, Germany)

14.10: Exploring metal exsolution to modify the electrochemical interface of perovskite-based catalysts for the oxygen evolution reaction in aqueous medium
Dr. Moritz Lukas Weber (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)

14.30: Dewetted nanoparticles – A platform to study nanoscale effects in electrocatalysis
Prof. Marco Altomare (University of Twente, Niederlande)

14.50: Coffee Break

Session 3

15.10: tbd
Prof. Ulrike Krewer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)

15.40: Electrochemical Reaction Involving H2 and O2 Taking Place at Pt Electrodes in Frozen Aqueous Acidic Media
Prof. Gregory Jerkiewicz (Queen´s University, Canada)

16.00: Combining activity and durability in oxygen evolution electrocatalysis: the case of crystalline iridium oxide
Dr. Tobias Binninger (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)

16.20: Coffee Break

16.40: tbd
Prof. Jan Rossmeisl (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

17.10: What Governs the Electrocatalytic Activity of Oxygen-Evolution Reaction Catalysts? Beyond Scaling Relations
Prof. Kai Exner (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

17.30: Unravelling the “Iron Effect” in Oxygen Evolution on Nickel and Cobalt Oxides using Electronic structure calculations
Prof. Alexander Auer (MPI für Kohlenforschung, Germany)

appr. 17.50: End of day 1

19.00 - 22.30: Joint Dinner at "Alter Rathaussaal"
This historic town hall from the 14th century is a place steeped in history in the heart of Nuremberg´s old town.

Thursday, May 23rd, 2024
Friday, May 24th, 2024

Note: Program is tentative. Changes are still possible.

Last Modified: 12.02.2024