Programme - Poster Session

Poster session I - Sunday 15th September

Topic 01 - Non-PGM and ultra-low PGM catalysts – subtopic: Oxygen Reduction Reaction
Last name First name Abstract Title Company/ Organisation Country Poster #
Bhandari Sabita Structural analysis of Pt in Pt/Fe-N-C catalyst for the oxygen reduction reaction in PEM fuel cells Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion Germany 1
Danilov Michail Controlled Electrochemical Synthesis of the Partially Unzipped Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes for Electrodes of Fuel Cell National Academy of Science of Ukraine Ukraine 2
De Sá Maria Helena  Passive direct methanol fuel cells as an alternative to the lithium batteries in portable applications: development of sustainable “eco-friendly” nanocatalysts Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto Portugal 3
Durante Christian Converting mixed plastics into mesoporous Fe-N-C electrocatalyst active for oxygen reduction reaction in acidic electrolyte: the continuing challenge of active site formation and characterization University of Padova Italy 4
Easton E. Bradley Preparing model Fe-N/C active sites with molecular-level control Ontario Tech University Canada 5
Ebner Kathrin 57Fe-enrichment effect on the composition and performance of Fe-based O2-reduction electrocatalysts Paul Scherrer Institut Switzerland 6
Friedman Ariel Achieving High Density of catalytic sites via Electropolymerization of Metallo Corroles Bar-Ilan University Israel 7
Hülstede Julia Biomass-Based Carbon Support for Non-Precious Metal ORR Catalysts DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems Germany 8
Lagrichi Othman Platinum-Nickel Nanotubes Array As Cathode For PEMFC CEA Grenoble France 9
Lilloja Jaana Nitrogen-doped nanocarbons as catalysts for electroreduction of oxygen in alkaline solution Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu Estonia 10
Parnière Alice Novel ORR electrocatalyst based on Pt-RE nanoparticles supported on nitrogen functionalised porous carbon ICGM-AIME France 11
Primbs Mathias Influence of carbon support modification on non-noble MNC catalyst for oxygen reduction reaction Technical University Berlin Germany 12
Rana Zahra  Developing Low-Cost, M-N-C Electrocatalysts for the ORR in Low Temperature Fuel Cells University College London United Kingdom 13
Ratso Sander Fe-N-C catalysts prepared from carbide derived carbons for PEMFC cathodes Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu Estonia 14
Rojas Sergio Effect of thermal treatment in the synthesis of Fe/N/C catalysts ICP-CSIC Spain 15
Rossetti Gabriele Towards stable and low-PGM fuel cell cathode with Hierarchical Nanostructured Thin Film (NSTF) as non-carbon support Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia Italy 16
Roy Aaron Atomically Dispersed Iron Nitrogen Carbon Catalysts with High Turnover Frequency for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cells ICGM-AIME France 17
Saida Takahiro The Relationship between the Activity of Oxygen Reduction Reaction and the Distortion in Transition-metal Oxide Catalyst Meijo University Japan 18
Santori Pietro Giovanni Effect of Pyrolysis Atmosphere and Electrolyte pH on the Oxygen Reduction Activity, Stability and Spectroscopic Signature of FeNx Moieties in Fe-N-C Catalysts ICGM-AIME France 19
Sibul Roberta Iron containing and nitrogen-doped graphene-based catalysts for the fuel cell cathode University of Tartu Estonia 20
Sun Shuhui Non-PGM electrocatalysts for PEM fuel cells: Origin of their instability INRS-Énergie, Matériaux et Télécommunications (INRS-EMT) Canada 20b
Sun Yanyan Confined Pyrolysis Synthesis of Fe-Coordinated Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Catalysts with Surface-Rich Fe–Nx Moiety to Boost the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Acidic Media Technical University Berlin Germany 21
Tasca Federico Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Fe Catalysts with 4 or 5 Coordinated N Atoms. Calculated and Experimental O2-Fe Binding Energy, Activity Indexes, Volcano Correlations Universidad de Santiago de Chile Chile 22
Yarova Svitlana NON-PGM metal-based Catalysts Based on MOFs and Electrospun Carbon Nanofibers ICGM-AIME France 23
Zagoraiou Eirini Highly and atomically dispersed Pt supported catalysts – Effect of properties on the electrocatalytic activity Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences, FORTH-ICE/HT Greece 24
Topic 01 - Non-PGM and ultra-low PGM catalysts – subtopic: Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction
Last name First name Abstract Title Company/ Organisation Country Poster #
Artero Vincent Performances of ionomer-containing bio-inspired hydrogen fuel cell anodes: an interplay between surface chemistry and self-assembly at the mesoscale Université Grenoble Alpes and CEA Grenoble France 25
Kitayev Anna Non-Platinum catalyst for Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction in AMFC Bar Ilan University Israel 26
Novakova Jaroslava Atomically dispersed platinum in ceria matrix for PEMFC anode Charles University Czech Republic 27
Wolf Sigrid Carbon supported ternary PdNiBi electrocatalysts for ethanol oxidation reaction in alkaline direct ethanol fuel cells Graz University of Technology Austria 28
Topic 02 - Catalysts for proton- or anion-exchange membrane fuel cells
Last name First name Abstract Title Company/ Organisation Country Poster #
Blanchard Pierre-Yves Platinum Free Cathode: Development of a Chemically Regenerative Redox Fuel Cell ICGM-AIME France 29
Dionigi Fabio Ternary Pt alloy catalysts for low Pt loaded fuel cell cathodes Technische Universität Berlin Germany 30
Koyuturk Burak Degradation, activity vs. loading and reaction mechanism of a non-precious ORR catalyst for PEMFCs Technical University of Munich Germany 31
Li Jingkun Engineering the 3D architecture of non-precious metal cathodes for practical H2/air proton exchange membrane fuel cell applications ICGM-AIME France 32
Lorenz Julian Mesostructured Cobalt-Manganese-Oxides as Non-PGM Oxygen Reduction Catalyst  in Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems Germany 33
Ott Sebastian PGM-poor and PGM-free ORR fuel cell electrocatalysts Technical University of Berlin Germany 34
Pham Chuyen Performance of alkaline exchange membrane fuel cells using metal-free carbon based oxygen reduction catalysts University of Freiburg Germany 35
Roiron camille Pt-free 3D-catalyst for proton exchange membrane fuel cells CEA Grenoble France 36
Rojas Sergio Fe/N/G catalysts for the ORR in acid electrolyte ICP-CSIC Spain 37
Teppor Patrick The influence of synthesis conditions to a facile Co-N/C type ORR catalyst synthesis method in RDE and fuel cell measurements University of Tartu Estonia 38
Yang Wonseok Performance analysis on ZIF-8 based non-PGM catalyst for oxygen reduction reaction in PEM fuel cells Korea University Republic of Korea  39

Poster session 2 - Monday 16th September

Topic 01 - Non-PGM and ultra-low PGM catalysts – subtopic: Oxygen Evolution Reaction
Last name First name Abstract Title Company/ Organisation Country  Poster #
Arriaga Hurtado Luis Gerardo Three-dimensionally ordered mesoporous material based on a trimetallic spinel (Mn0.5Ni0.5Co2O4) as oxygen bifunctional electrocatalyst Centro de investigación y desarrollo tecnológico en electroquímica Mexico 40
Dam An Phuc Exploring the Connection between Oxygen Evolution Reaction on Iridium Oxides and Catalyst Dissolution using Microkinetic Modelling Max-Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems Germany 41
Habrioux Aurélien Noble metal-free catalysts for oxygen electrocatalysis in alkaline medium Institut de Chimie des Milieux et Matériaux de Poitiers France 42
Ham Kahyun The Role of Cation in Birnessite-like Mn Oxide toward Oxygen Evolution Reaction Gwangju Institute of Science and Techology Republic of Korea  43
Retuerto Maria ORR/OER Bifunctional Catalytic Activity of La1.5Sr0.5NiMn0.5Ru0.5O6 CSIC Spain 44
Retuerto Maria Na-doped Ruthenium Perovskites: Enhanced oxygen evolution activity and durability in acid media. CSIC Spain 45
Slavcheva Evelina Non-carbon supported Ni and Co catalysts for AEM water electrolysis Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Bulgaria 46
Thorbjørnsen Kristian Fredrik Klepp Iridium deposition by galvanic displacement of Cu in a one-pot configuration Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway 47
Topic 01 - Non-PGM and ultra-low PGM catalysts – subtopic: Hydrogen Evolution Reaction (and CO2 reduction)
Last name First name Abstract Title Company/ Organisation Country Poster #
Ali Syed Muhammad Farhan Investigation of alloys of transition metals with PGMs towards hydrogen-reactions Aalto University Finland 48
Bagnall Andrew Molecular-engineered electrodes incorporating cobalt catalysts for hydrogen evolution Univ Grenoble Alpes and CEA Grenoble France 49
Dürr Robin Efficient and Raw Material Free HER Catalysts Based on Doped ZIF Structures in Strong Acidic and Basic Conditions and Improvement with Co2Mo3O8 Nanostructures CEA Paris Saclay/ Université Paris Saclay France 50
Giuffredi  Giorgio Mesoporous CuOx-derived Nanostructured Copper Catalysts for CO2 Reduction Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia Italy 51
Giuffredi  Giorgio Bioelectrochemical TiN|FDH Catalyst for CO2 Reduction to HCOOH Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia Italy 52
Giuffredi  Giorgio Self-supported, short range ordered Molybdenum Sulfide as high current density non-PGM HER catalyst Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia Italy 53
Morozan  Adina Efficient and stable electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution on bioinspired bimetallic sulfide-based electrodes Univ. Grenoble Alpes-CNRS UMR 5249-CEA France 54
Smiljanić Milutin Hydrogen evolution reaction on model tri-metallic Rh@Pd/Au(poly) catalyst National Institute of Chemistry Slovenia 55
Topic 03 - Catalysts for proton- or anion-exchange membrane electrolyzers
Last name First name Abstract Title Company/ Organisation Country Poster #
Backhouse Rachel Challenges for Ultra-Low Platinum Group Metal Catalysts in PEM Water Electrolysers ITM Power United Kingdom 56
Holade Yaovi Dual electrosynthesis of high purity hydrogen and organic molecules in a biomass-fuelled anion-exchange membrane electrolyzer Institut Européen des Membranes de Montpellier France 57
Jiménez-Morales Ignacio Activity-stability relation for iridium oxide nanoparticles deposited on doped tin oxide nanofibres as oxygen evolution catalysts for PEM water electrolysis ICGM-AIME France 58
Marina Riccardo Variation of intermetallic distance and OER activity in alkaline media of NiO rocksalt structure with Co inclusions Industrie De Nora Italy 59
Spanu Francesco Development of bipolar membrane electrode assemblies for fuel cell and electrolysis ICGM-AIME France 60 
Tuleushova Nazym Free-standing nanostructured electrocatalysts for selective glycerol oxidation and water reduction as a pathway to dual carbon chemicals and H2 fuel in low electricity consumption electrolyzer Institut Européen des Membranes de Montpellier France 61
Topic 05 and 06 - Modelling of catalytic sites and reaction pathways & Advanced characterisation techniques
Last name First name Abstract Title Company/ Organisation Country Poster #
Choi Chang Hyuck Quantification of active sites in metal-nitrogen-carbon under electrochemical operating conditions GIST Republic of Korea  62
Cornut Renaud Mapping the intrinsic electrocatalytic activity of ORR catalysts with Scanning electrochemical microscopy CEA/NIMBE/LICSEN France 63
Ghedjatti Ahmed Electron Microscopy and Small Angle Neutron Scattering studies of bio-inspired catalytic layers for Proton-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells CEA/DRF/BIG/LCBM France 64
Han Byungchan Design of Cost effective Electrocatalysts for Oxygen and Hydrogen Conversion Using First-principles based Machine Learning Computing Yonsei University Republic of Korea  65
Inaba Masanori Benchmarking high surface area catalysts in a gas diffusion electrode: measurement of oxygen reduction activities under realistic fuel cell conditions Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc. Japan 66
Kluge Regina Identification of Active Electrocatalytic Sites Using Electrochemical Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Technical University of Munich Germany 67
Luo Fang Quantifying the Density and Utilization of Active Sites for PGM-Free Bimetallic Metal-Nitrogen-Carbon (BMNC) Oxygen Electroreduction Catalysts Technical University Berlin Germany 68
Mechler Anna K. Minute Amounts of Platinum Mitigate Radical Formation in Pt/Fe-N-C Hybrid Catalysts Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energyconversion Germany 69
Ni Lingmei Operando 57Fe Mößbauer Spectroscopy Study on a Fe-N-C Catalyst TU Darmstadt Germany 70
Oguz Ismail Can The effect of graphene truncation on the distribution of spin moment on metal-N-C catalyst: Zig-zag versus armchair edges ICGM-AIME France 71
Topic 07 - Mass-transport issues for non-PGM and ultra-low PGM loadings
Last name First name Abstract Title Company/ Organisation Country Poster #
Mabuchi Takuya Molecular Analysis of Ionomer Aggregations During Drying Process of Alcohol/Water Mixtures Tohoku University Japan 72
Talukdar Krishan Innovative Way of Drying PEMFC Electrode German Aerospace Center, DLR Germany 73
Topic 08 - Ageing and durability
Last name First name Abstract Title Company/ Organisation Country Poster #
Gonçalves William Mechanical properties of Nafion membrane at nanoscale : from elasticity to rupture Tohoku University, Institute of Fluid Science Japan 74
Kakinuma Katsuyoshi Design of Low Pt loading Pt/Nb-SnO2 Cathode Catalyst Layers with High Activity and Durablity University of Yamanashi Japan 75
Kaplan Dima Effect of Ruthenium Contamination on the Activity of DMFC Cathode Catalyst Tel Aviv University Israel 76
Kim Haesol Instability of platinum electrode in an electrochemical ammonia oxidation reaction GIST Republic of Korea  77
Martinez-Bonastre Alex Integration of Novel Stack Components for Performance, Improved Durability and Lower Cost Jonhson Matthey United Kingdom 78
Merzdorf Thomas Carbon Corrosion Analysis in PEM Fuel Cells using a Non-Dispersive-Infrared System (ND-IR) Technical University Berlin Germany 79
Rojas Sergio Durability studies of Fe/N/C catalysts in acid and alkaline electrolytes ICP-CSIC Spain 80





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