Group Inorganic Materials
Science is supervised by Dr. Henk Verweij of
Department of Materials Science and Engineering at
The Ohio State University.
The research program of our group focuses on
materials, made by controlled consolidation of precursor particles, followed by
thermal processing. These materials are applied in fuel cells for energy
conversion, membranes for separation, and sensors for environmental applications. The program is subdivided into:
- Materials chemistry for the preparation of well-dispersed sub-micron and nano-particles
- Multiscale device synthesis and characterization to realize the
appropriate structural definition, stability and reproducibility
- Theory, modeling and design of transport properties in devices as
mentioned to support system level optimization of the related application.
Our hallway has showcases with program overviews
Verweij for technical information:
Watts Hall, 2041 N College Rd
Columbus OH, 43210-1178, USA
Office: +1 (614) 247-6987
Fax: +1 (614) 688-4949
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