Collaborative Publications

The Action has a strong track record of publication in peer reviewed scientific journals. From the 350 publications with acknowledgement to the Action published before the end of the Action, 217 publications are co-authored by researchers from more than one COST country; 188 publications are co-authored by researchers from two COST countries while 29 publications have co-authors from three or more COST countries. The graphics display the top 20 countries of the author institutions for all Action publications and their geographical distribution on a map. The statistics demonstrates that the Action is based on a strong European scientific network including a few key partners in overseas countries, specifically in North and South America. The statistics reflects the situation at the end of the Action while cooperation and publication activity are ongoing.

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Short Term Scientific Missions

According to the COST rules, Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM) are exchange visits aimed at supporting individual mobility, strengthening existing networks and fostering collaboration between researchers. A STSM should specifically contribute to the scientific objectives of the COST Action, whilst at the same time allowing those partaking in the missions to learn new techniques, gain access to specific data, instruments and/or methods not available in their own institutions or organisations.
The COST Action CM1104 supported 41 STSMs to establish new cooperative projects and to foster existing cooperations, many of them with the maximum duration of three months. The instrument of the STSM has primarily been used by PhD students to learn specific techniques in a partner laboratory or to bring their specific expertise to the partner laboratory but also by ECI and senior researchers to plan collaborative work or for writing scientific publications. Lines in the map connect sending and receiving institutions for the STSMs and form a mesh spanning large parts of Europe.

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Latest Publications

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) oxideReduction and oxidation of Au adatoms on the CeO2(111) surface – DFT+U versus hybrid functionalsCerium-doped bioactive 45S5 glasses: spectroscopic, redox, bioactivity and biocatalytic propertiesEpitaxial NiWO4 films on Ni(110): Experimental and theoretical study of surface stabilityWater Gas Shift over Metal-Free Nanocrystalline Ceria: An Experimental and Theoretical StudyMechanism of Ethanol Photo-Oxidation on Anatase TiO2 (101) Single CrystalSelf-Consistent-Charge Density-Functional TightBinding (SCC-DFTB) Parameters for Ceria in 0D to 3DAtomic Ordering and Sn Segregation in Pt–Sn Nanoalloys Supported on CeO2 Thin FilmsCO and VOCs catalytic oxidation over alumina supported Cu-Mn catalysts: effect of Au or Ag depositionCerium oxide epitaxial nanostructures on Pt(111): growth, morphology and structureCreating Excess Electrons at the Anatase TiO2(101) SurfaceAdsorption and Dimerization of Late Transition Metal Atoms on the Regular and Defective Quartz (001) SurfaceStructure of a model TiO2 photocatalytic interfaceHot Electron Collection on Brookite Nanorods Lateral Facets for Plasmon-Enhanced Water OxidationCo-axial heterostructures integrating palladium/titanium dioxide with carbon nanotubes for efficient electrocatalytic hydrogen evolutionNanoscale Domain Structure and Defects in a 2-D WO3 Layer on Pd(100)The promotion of CO dissociation by molybdenum oxide overlayers on rhodiumAn operando DRIFTS-MS study of NH3 removal by supported ionic liquid phase (SILP) materialsModification of Charge Trapping at Particle/Particle Interfaces by Electrochemical Hydrogen Doping of Nanocrystalline TiO2Room-Temperature Activation of Methane and Dry Re-forming with CO2 on Ni-CeO2(111) Surfaces: Effect of Ce3+ Sites and Metal− Support Interactions on C−H Bond CleavageInfluence of Defect Distribution on the Reducibility of CeO2-x NanoparticlesEngineering Polarons at a Metal Oxide SurfaceSteering the formation of supported Pt‒Sn nanoalloys by reactive metal-oxide interactionTheoretical description of metal/oxide interfacial properties: The case of MgO/Ag(001)H2O2 sensing enhancement by mutual integration of single walled carbon nanohorns with metal oxide catalysts: The CeO2 caseMagnetic properties of nitrogen-doped ZrO2: Theoretical evidence of absence of room temperature ferromagnetism

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