Call for PhD candidates | Projects at Utrecht University

All projects at Utrecht University:

Catalysis by Metal-based Zeolites for Bulk Chemicals Synthesis from Carbon Dioxide and Renewably Resourced Hydrogen (Prof. Bert Weckhuysen)

Chemical Imaging of Solid Catalysts with Nano-Infrared Spectroscopy (Prof. Bert Weckhuysen)

Studying the Genesis of Nanobubbles on Zeolite and Metal Organic Framework Thin-Films by Scanning Probe Microscopy (Prof. Bert Weckhuysen)

Quantitative Determination of Particle-Size Dependent Active Sites in Supported Metal Nanoparticles with SHINERS (Prof. Bert Weckhuysen)

Exploring the Complexity of Pore Space of a Catalyst Particle (Prof. Bert Weckhuysen)

A Multiscale Catalysis and Engineering Approach to CO2-to-X (Prof. Bert Weckhuysen)

Nanosensors for local halide concentrations (Prof. Bert Weckhuysen)

Multiscale Structuring for 2-Step Catalysis & Sensing (Prof. Alfons van Blaaderen)

Photocatalysis Enhanced by 3D Multi-Scale Structured Supraparticles (SPs) (Prof. Alfons van Blaaderen)

Molecular simulations of nanoparticles and heterogeneous catalytic surfaces in a solution (Prof. Alfons van Blaaderen)

Nanoprobes for high resolution spatial and temporal temperature mapping (Prof. Alfons van Blaaderen)



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