This project is a collaboration between EMAT of the University of Antwerp, QSP of the KU Leuven, research center VITO, and ELCAT, funded by VLAIO and CATALISTI. The aim of this project is to convert CO2 to ethylene using electrochemistry. This will give more insight into other pathways for carbon capture and utilisation applications. We …
COVID-19 prohibited us to work on the campus from March until June 2020. Therefore, a halt had been imposed on experimental research. From march on, ELCAT implemented a triple shift system, which made labwork possible again. However, various preventive measures have been implemented, such as cleaning all desks and labs, wearing gloves and mouth masks. …
The Faculty of Applied Engineering is looking for a motivated full-time (100%) PhD student in the field of electrocatalysis to strengthen their research team ELCAT (Applied Electrochemistry & Catalysis). The research group works around three themes: electrocatalysis, electrosynthesis and electrochemical reactor technology.
Our continuous research efforts in the field of electrochemical reactor engineering made it possible to effectively scale up our CO2 electrolyzer technology.
Waterstof is heel licht, geurloos en niet giftig. Bovendien is het een uitstekende energiedrager, een soort batterij dus, die niet vervuilt. Waarom rijden dan nog niet alle wagens op waterstof? Scheikundig ingenieur Tom Breugelmans (UAntwerpen) legt uit hoe waterstof werkt en waarom het universeel gebruik ervan nog niet voor morgen is.
Unfortunately we have been forced to close our labs because of the measures taken by the government due to COVID-19.
Congrats to our researchers for their work on glucose electrooxidation to value-added chemicals, which is now on the new Cover of the Journal CHEMELECTROCHEM (January 2020)!! Giulia Moggia Thomas Kenis Nick Daems Tom Breugelmans
And special Compliments to the amazing graphic designer for the realization of this beautiful picture!!! Jonathan Schalck
Welcome to the new website of ELCAT, previously named ART