Solar2Chem consortium was one of the organizers of the EU Green Week event “Towards Zero Pollution in the Production of Green Fuels and Chemicals” which took place online the 4th of June 2021. During the webinar, technologies for distributed production of chemicals with direct solar energy conversion and for integration of renewable energy with catalytic […]
Following a very informative second workshop, we had our mid-term update (06/05/2021) with an officer from the European research executive agency (REA), Peters Caroline. The meeting started with a brief introduction from the principal investigators (PIs) and then a presentation by the REA. The presentation emphasized the obligations and the rights of all stakeholders related […]
The second Solar2Chem workshop was organised by the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces on the 4th and 5th of May 2021. We have been smoothly introduced to the world of light-driven reactions by Dr. Aleksandr Savateev, from the hosting institute, with a very useful and practical workshop in “Semiconductor Organic Photocatalysis”. This lecture […]
We are looking for talented and highly motivated early career researchers educated in chemistry, physics, materials science, engineering or related subjects. The position is opened with a deadline on 31st March 2021. More info in Applications section.
Mini-conference by the 15 ESRs to present their objectives for the PhD and to cap off 2020 before the holidays! Good job Megan Smeaton (NUI Galway), Maryam Toufani (NUI Galway), Carolina Pulignani (University of Cambridge), Kathrin Naumann (DTU), Alexey Galushchinskiy (Max Planck Institute), Horatiu Szalad (UP Valencia), Pavle Nikacevic (ICIQ), Francesca Lorenzutti (EPFL), Roberto Valenza […]
We had a great plan for a kick-off meeting in Galway, Ireland, with the recruitment event for ESRs. However, COVID-19 appeared and we had to adapt to the current circumstances. Our first meeting went online on March 20th 2020 with an overview of the project and a comprehensive recruitment process for most of the ESR […]