Chemical Hydrogen Storage
AdresseForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nürnberg for Renewable Energy
The Supported Catalytically Active Liquid Metal Solutions (SCALMS) concept, developed at the FAU, describes a porous solid support with an adsorbed catalytically active liquid metal/metal-alloy film or droplet layer within the pore structure under reaction conditions. It´s a promising new concept in heterogeneous catalysis for high temperature applications where other supported liquid-phase system, like e.g. Supported Catalyst with Ionic Liquid Layer (SCILL) or Supported Ionic Liquid Phase (SILP) catalysts, suffer from thermal decomposition. SCALMS offer unique electronic properties in combination with highly dynamic surfaces leading to increased activities and enhanced resistance to poisoning events, previously shown for alkene dehydrogenation (Taccardi et al., 2017). My work focuses on potential advantages and applications of SCALMS for hydrogen storage in small molecules.
- 11/2017 – 07/2018 Student assistant at CRT as part of the ROMEO 2020 project, funded by the European Commission (EC)
- 04/2016 – 01/2019 Master of Science in Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBI) at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU)
- 05/2015 – 03/2016 Bachelor thesis at the group of Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Peukert (Institute of Particle Technology, LFG) – “Stability Aspect of ZnO Nanoparticles in Different Solvents and with Alternative Functionalization”
- 10/2012 – 04/2016 Bachelor of Science in CBI at the FAU