Related Projects

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Israel Science Foundation, (2014-2018)

Objective: Developing and optimising the transient IR measurements technique. Performing preliminary measurements with several types of MOFs.

Link with METHASOL: This type of measurements will be used to characterise the new MOFs, g-CN and their composites. They will be used to understand the relation between type, structure and doping versus photocatalytic properties. Learn more here: https://www.isf.org.il/#/

H2020-ZESMO<br /> (2016-2018)

Objective: Zeolitic reactor hosting Subphthalocyanines and Metal Oxides as photocatalytic system for opto-electronic applications.

Link: Synthesis of photocatalysts based on zeolites hosting metal complexes.

Learn more here: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/709023

FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IEF CO2PHOTORED<br /> (2012-2014)

Objective: Carbon dioxide photoreduction: A great challenge for photocatalysis.

Link: Finding of cocatalyst for the artificial photosynthesis to methane.

Learn more here: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/298740

FP7-PECDEMO-IDT<br /> (2014-2017)

Objective: To develop a photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting device based on low-cost and abundant materials capable of converting over eight percent of solar energy into hydrogen.

Link: The experiences accumulated in PEC water splitting reactor designs are helpful and transferable for photocatalytic CO2 reduction.

Learn more here: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/621252

National Natural Science Foundation of China, Grant No. 21203185 (2013-2015)

Objective: The project (NSFC, 21203185) studied the charge dynamics of TiO2 photocatalysts with different time-resolved spectroscopic techniques, and revealed the roles of crystal morphology and phase junction in photocatalysis.

Link: The time-resolved spectroscopic techniques will be used in this project.

Learn more here: http://www.nsfc.gov.cn/english/site_1/index.html

SCeLiO-4B; EFRO (2015-2019)

Objective: Process intensification via integration of catalytic reaction and separation in novel concepts.

Link: Methodology to perform LCA on a novel Shvo-type hydrogenation catalyst on lab scale.

Learn more here: https://www.biorizon.eu/news/green-chemistry-campus-tenants-move-forward-with-bio-aromatics-research

H2020-MOF4AIR (2019-2023)

Link: Methodology for MOFs synthesis and choice based on their properties. MOF study. Mechanistic study and modelling of MOFs.

Learn more here: https://www.mof4air.eu/

H2020-MENACE-CO2<br /> (2021-2023)<br />

Objective: Synthesis of clusters of Co mimicking metalloenzymes to be used as catalysts in the electrochemical CO2 reduction to methanol.

Link: Both photocatalytic processes, water splitting and CO2 reduction, have in common the oxygen evolution reaction that should occur with the highest possible efficiency.

Learn more here: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/894270

H2020-SOLAR2CHEM (2020-2024)

Objective: International training network on photocatalysis for solar fuels production.

Link: METHASOL will develop international exchanges of students and co-workers between Europe and China.

Learn more here: https://www.solar2chem.eu/

H2020-LOTER.CO2M<br /> (2018-2020)<br />

Objective: CRM-free low temperature electrochemical reduction of CO2 to methanol and oxygen evolution reaction.

Link: As in METHASOL, methanol is targeted in LOTER.CO2M, it will use oxygen evolution reaction and carried out without CRM. Therefore, the results and current research activities of LOTER.CO2M are of much interest on the co-operation of CO2RR to methanol and OER.

Learn more here: https://www.loterco2m.eu/

Spanish national project. MINECO. RTI2018- 099482-A-I00 (2019-2021)

Objective: Photocatalytic water decomposition assisted by visible light using novel and multifunctional UiO-66/67 materials.

Link: Results can be used to tune the electronic properties of MOFs to enhance the CO2 reduction upon visible light irradiation.

Learn more here: https://m-era.net/joint-calls/joint-call-2016/participating-countries-regions-call-2016/spain-programmes/spain-mineco

Spanish national project. FRA-2016 (2017- 2021)

Objective: Metal-organic frameworks as heterogeneous photocatalysts for CO2 reduction and H2 generation using H2O.

Link: Results can be used to develop MOFs as heterogeneous photocatalysts for the reduction of CO2 and generation of hydrogen using H2O.

LU Jiaxi International Team Program

Objective: Innovative research team of photocatalytic/photoelectro-catalytic reduction of CO2 systematic investigation: international collaboration with several teams with China, finishing in 2021.

Link: The international collaborations developed in this framework will be strengthened by METHASOL.

H2020-SUN2CHEM (2020-2023)

Objective: Develop solutions to achieve efficient solar-driven CO2 reduction, targeting ethylene as the final product.

Link: Investigation of photocatalysts for the CO2RR, use of Cu co-catalysts.

Learn more here: https://www.sun2chem.eu/

MOST China (2019-2023)

Objective: To develop efficient solar water splitting devices for hydrogen generation.

Link: The knowledge in rector design developed in the project can be useful in METHASOL for the fabrication of photocatalytic reactors for CO2 reduction.

National Natural Science Foundation of China, Grant No. 21633015 (2017-2021)

Objective: This project (NSFC, 21633015) is intended to develop the spatial-temporal resolved spectroscopic methods, and to apply these methods to investigate the photogenerated carriers, charge separation and transportation and their final interfacial reactions for photocatalytic semiconductor materials.

Link: The developed spatial-temporal resolved spectroscopic methods will be applied in this project.

Learn more here: http://www.nsfc.gov.cn/english/site_1/index.html

National Natural Science Foundation of China, Grant No. 21872143 (2019-2022)

Objective: This project (NSFC 21872143) will characterise the photogenerated charge dynamics for water oxidation reaction to understand the water oxidation mechanisms.

Link: The experience in water oxidation mechanism in aqueous solution will help to understand the photocatalytic mechanism in gas phase.

Learn more here: http://www.nsfc.gov.cn/english/site_1/index.html