ELECTRO
CATALYSIS

FOR SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

HIGHLIGHTS

Intermediate binding control using metal–organic frameworks enhances electrochemical CO2 reduction
Intermediate binding control using metal–organic frameworks enhances electrochemical CO2 reduction

Molecular enhancement of heterogeneous CO2 reduction
Molecular enhancement of heterogeneous CO2 reduction

Metal-organic frameworks mediate Cu coordination for selective CO2 electroreduction
Metal-organic frameworks mediate Cu coordination for selective CO2 electroreduction

Intermediate binding control using metal–organic frameworks enhances electrochemical CO2 reduction
Intermediate binding control using metal–organic frameworks enhances electrochemical CO2 reduction

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Welcome to Renewable Energy Conversion Materials Laboratory (RECML) at DGIST. As the carbon emission increases with the global warming by fossil-fuel-based feedstocks, there is an urgent demand to discover cutting-edge technologies to convert carbon dioxide into the renewable fuels and chemical products. Our mission is to develop electrocatalysts for efficient renewable energy conversion and long-term energy storage. We pursue to explore the electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction (CO2RR), hydrogen evolution reaction (HER), oxygen evolution reaction (OER), carbon upgrading, and biomass conversion to produce value-added chemicals with high energy density. We aim to solve the energy and environmental issues by uniting the multidisciplinary research background from materials science & engineering and chemistry for the sustainable future.

Department of Energy Science & Engineering, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST)

333, Techno jungang-daero, Hyeonpung-eup, Dalseong-gun, Daegu, 42988 Republic of Korea

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