Project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, project 133944: Oxide heterointerfaces in assemblies for photoelectrochemical applications.
Host was the Thin Film Lab of the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute: Thin Film Lab of the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute.
Empa researcher Dr. Debejeet K. Bora speaking at the MRS 2014 Spring Meeting in San Francisco: Artificial Photosynthetic Heterostructure Electrode with Dual Functionalities: Water Splitting and Charge Storage.
A Nanocomposite Photoelectrode Made of 2.2 eV Band Gap Copper Tungstate (CuWO4) and Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes for Solar-Assisted Water Splitting
Between Photocatalysis and Photosynthesis: Synchrotron spectroscopy methods on molecules and materials for solar hydrogen generation
Copper Tungstate (CuWO4)-Based Materials for Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production
Effect of thermal treatment on the crystallographic, surface energetics and photoelectrochemical properties of reactively co-sputtered copper tungstate (CuWO4) for water splitting