During my research I will focus on the mechanistic consequences of alloying on Cobalt catalysts for CO/CO2hydrogenation and I will attempt to identify trends in the alloys that may serve as a predictor for the efficiency of novel bi/trimetallic catalyst for CO/CO2 hydrogenation. To achieve this, we will use both ab-initio simulation methods and spectroscopic techniques, such as vibrational, electronic, microscopic and synchrotron-based methods.
2023 – present
PhD candidate at the Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis group.
2021 – 2023
Master’s degree Nanomaterials Science, Utrecht University
Master thesis: “In-situ Spectroscopic Study of the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Single Facet Copper Nanoparticles.” Performed at the Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis group, supervised by Jim de Ruiter and Dr. Ward van der Stam.
Master internship in patent prosecution performed at Hoyng Rokh Monegier.
2017 – 2021
Bachelor’s degree Chemistry, Utrecht University
Bachelor thesis: “Exploring Ni based Fe catalysts for CO2 methanation.” Performed at the Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis group, supervised by Ellen Sterk and Dr. Eelco Vogt