Electrochemical Devices

The Electrochemical Devices group has published research that is focused on thermal and water management in polymer electrolyte fuel cells, computational fluid dynamics modeling of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC), delamination in solid oxide electrolysis cells, hydrocarbon reforming catalyst materials, thermal plasma spraying of SOFCs, ammonia gas sensors, ultra-low platinum group metal catalyst loading, x-ray spectromicroscopy research techniques, and electrodeposition in the microelectronics industry.

Stoyan Bliznakov

Research Areas:

  • Electrochemistry
  • Electrocatalysis
  • Electrochemical energy storage
  • Conversion devices development
  • Fuel cells & batteries

Jasna Jankovic
Jansna Jankovic - photo
Research Areas:

  • Fuel cell materials
  • Advanced microscopy
  • Ceramic materials
  • Polymer coatings & fuel refining
  • Catalyst deactivation

Naba Karan

Research Areas:

  • Electrochemical energy storage and conversion
  • Solid ion conductors
  • multifunctional oxides
  • Applications of advanced spectroscopic techniques
    for (local) structural exploration

Radenka Maric
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Research Areas:

  • Thin film and nanomaterials
  • Fuel cells & batteries
  • Hydrogren generation
  • Nanomaterail & thin film coating
  • Ceramic processing
  • Gasification & biofuels


Ugur Pasaogullari

Research Areas:

  • Transport phenomena in fuel cells
  • Multi-physics
  • Multi-scale computational modeling

Prabhakar Singh

Research Areas:

  • Solid oxide fuel cell
  • High temp. materials
  • Corrosion
  • Electrochemistry, functional ceramics
  • Molten alkali
  • Carbonate electrochemical systems

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