Nikolaos Vlachopoulos

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Teaching & PhD

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Electrochemistry of metals and semiconductors

The course presents, with emphasis to fundamental physicochemical principles, the basic principles of electrochemical thermodynamics and physical and chemical kinetics as applied to electrochemical conversion systems: batteries, fuel and biofuel cells, electrolysers, and photoelectrochemical cells.

Electrochemical engineering

This course builds upon the underlying theory in thermodynamics, reaction kinetics, and transport and applies these methods to electrosynthesis, fuel cell, and battery applications. Special focus is placed on addressing current challenges in state-of-the-art energy storage and conversion devices.

Interfacial Electrochemistry of Metals and Semiconductors for Energy Conversion and Storage 1- Basic concepts

The course presents, with emphasis to fundamental physicochemical principles, the basic principles of electrochemical thermodynamics and physical and chemical kinetics as applied to electrochemical conversion systems: batteries, fuel and biofuel cells, electrolysers and photoelectrochemical cells.

Interfacial Electrochemistry of Metals and Semiconduc-tors for Energy Conversion and Storage 2 - Advanced Topics

The course is the continuation of Interfacial Electrochemistry of Metals and Semiconductors for Energy Conversion and Storage 1 – Fundamentals (CH-G1-603) and is focused, based on the material presented on the latter course, on the description of advanced electrochemical theories and their applica