• Het Kranenveld, Helix (Blg14, STO 0.44)

    5612 AZ Eindhoven

    Nederland

  • P.O. Box 513, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry

    5600 MB Eindhoven

    Nederland

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Introductie / missie

The vision of the research group Membrane Materials and Processes is to tailor materials chemistry and morphology to control polymer membrane and electrode functionality and performance for sustainable process applications involving water, gas, electrons or a combination of these.

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Tailoring materials chemistry and morphology to control polymer membrane and electrode functionality and performance

Over de organisatie

Our aim is to understand, apply and optimize how materials chemistry and morphology determine and can be used to control mass, momentum and charge transport through polymer membrane and electrode interfaces. There is strong focus on elucidation chemistry, structure, property and performance relationships. The expertise of the group covers of a multidisciplinary knowledge chain ranging from molecule to process. It involves material synthesis and functionalization, molecular, geometric and morphological architecting and device and process design. This is combined with advanced physicochemical characterizations and process performance evaluations.

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    D.C. (Kitty) Nijmeijer (Onderzoeker), Nina Romme-van Moll (Content manager) & Caroline van Os-Rovers (Administratieve ondersteuning)

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  • Electrochemistry

    Caroline van Os-Rovers (Administratieve ondersteuning)

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  • Energy

    Caroline van Os-Rovers (Content manager)

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