The realization of sustainability requires extensive use of renewable energy sources; and the generated electricity therein has to be effectively used for converting thermodynamically stable chemicals, namely water and carbon dioxide, to achieve sustainable energy and material circulation in our society. To this end, the development of catalytic processes driven by electricity is of great significance. My research interests include electrocatalysis, particularly water splitting and CO2 reduction, as well as thermal catalysis for C1 chemistry.
Post-doctoral researcher in the group of Prof. Pérez-Ramírez, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
|2013-2017||Ph.D., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia|
|2011-2013||Master of Engineering, Waseda University, Japan|
|2007-2011||Bachelor of Engineering, Waseda University, Japan|