A European project to explore and develop reducible oxides for applications such as chemical catalysis, sustainable energy conversion and novel electronic devices. Objective driven experimental and theoretical research devoted to exploring the origins and details of reducibility in oxides, creating novel routes for the growth and synthesis of nanostructured reducible oxide systems, exploiting and tailoring reducibility in oxide systems to yield specific functionalities and exploring novel applications and visionary concepts for the future use of reducible oxide materials. >>>
The concluding meeting of the CM1104 COST Action (ended 18.4.2016) was held in the Bohnenkamp-Haus of the Universität Osnabrück with the Action Chair Michael Reichling acting as the Local Organiser for 80 participants. >>>
The WG3 meeting was organizaed by Izabela Nowak at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (Poland). >>>
The WG4 meeting was held at the Department of Materials Science and Physics of the University of Salzburg (Austria) with Oliver Diwald acting as the Local Organiser. The meeting was focused on SrTiO3 and TiO2 as materials, charge trapping in oxides and oxides tailored to applications in solid oxide fuel cells. >>>
The joint WG1 + WG2 meeting was held at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland) with Zbigniew Sojka acting as the Local Organiser. The meeting consisted of contributed talks by Action members and stimulating invited talks from external speakers. The meeting represented a further excellent occasion to discuss progress in the participating Working Groups and to share recent advances in theoretical and experimental studies. Present trends and strategies for future work have livel >>>
Action activities have been highlighted at the 250th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exhibition gathering 15000 participants from all fields of chemistry. In the Division of Energy and Fuels, Sanjaya Senanayake (Brookhaven National Laboratory) and Zili Wu (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) organised a topical session on "Advances in Ceria Based Catalysis: Structural, Electronic & Chemical Properties Tailored for Chemical Conversion". From the tot >>>
A meeting of WG1 and WG2 members was held at the Universität Osnabrück (Germany) with Michael Reichling acting as the Local Organiser. The meeting was focused on reduction and defects in ceria surfaces studied by experiment and theory in cooperation between groups from Germany, Italy, Sweden and the United Kingdom. >>>
A meeting of WG3 members was held at the Institute for the Study of Nanostructured Materials (ISMN)-CNR in Palermo (Italy) and organised by Leonarda Liotta. The meeting format was a small, focused meeting designed for deepening the cooperation between research groups from Bulgaria and Italy. >>>
The General Meeting was hosted by the Faculty of Chemistry of the Universitat de Barcelona (Spain) with Konstantin Neyman acting as the Local Organiser. Presentations of Action members and external experts provided a felicitous mix of fundamental studies and reports on important reducible oxide applications such as solid oxide fuel cells, proton exchange membrane fuel cells, solar thermochemical syngas production and photoelectrochemical water splitting. >>>
The COST Training School on "Advanced Experimental Methods for Energy Materials Characterization“ took place at the Hanse-Wissenschafts-Kolleg (Institute for Advanced Study) in Delmenhorst with Jan-Ingo Flege acting as the Local Organiser. Renowned experts rendered in-depth introductions to the principles and applications of a broad range of topics in modern material characterization at the PhD student/early stage researcher level, with a particular focus on in-situ experimental methods and novel energy materials and reducible oxides. >>>
The 2014 Annual Progress Conference of the Chemistry and Molecular Sciences and Technology Domain took place in the Icelandair Hotel in Keflavik (Iceland). CMST Delegate for Iceland and host of the meeting Guðmundur G. Haraldsson (right) gave a warm welcome to meeting participants and an introduction into the sciences in Iceland. >>>
Periodic DFT Study of Rutile IrO2: Surface Reactivity and Catechol AdsorptionExploiting micro-scale structural and chemical observations in real time for understanding chemical conversion: LEEM/PEEM studies over CeOx–Cu(111)Influence of trivalent doping on point and Frenkel defect formation in bulk chromium (III) oxideAll publications >>>
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