Dr. Charlotte Vogt obtained her PhD in April 2020 at Utrecht University, Netherlands with Prof. Bert Weckhuysen. She is an expert in spectroscopy of catalysis. Her group aims to elucidate the full complexity of catalysts at work, in an attempt to design better catalysts and catalytic processes to overcome the energy, climate, and materials crises that our global society are facing.
Dr. Daria Galimberti obtained her PhD in 2016 at Politecnico di Milano, Italy with Prof. Chiara Castiglioni. She is an expert in the use of DFT-based molecular dynamics simulations to investigate structural and vibrational properties of materials.
Dr. Michelle Browne obtained a PhD in Chemistry from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland with Prof. Michael Lyons and Prof. Paula Colavita. She develops active and stable catalysts for electrochemical energy conversion and storage applications.
Dr. Sophie Carenco obtained her PhD in 2011 from UPMC, Paris (now Sorbonne Université). She aims at deciphering the interplay between the nanoscaled features of an inorganic solid and its interaction with its environment.
In 2011, Dr. María Escudero Escribano obtained her PhD in Chemistry from the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) with her PhD Thesis on Electrocatalysis and Surface Nanostructuring, supervised by Dr. Angel Cuesta. She aims to understand the structure of the electrochemical interface and the catalytically active site.