EMOIN: Engineering Metal Oxide Interfaces For Renewable Energy Photocatalysis
The EMOIN (Engineering Metal Oxide Interfaces for Renewable Energy Applications) project is a Science Foundation Ireland funded Starting Investigator Grant project to use a multi-length scale materials modeling approach to study the formation of composites of metal oxide nanoclusters supported on a metal oxide surface and to investigate if these assemblies can be used in photocatalysis for hydrogen production via water splitting.
If you want to read more about this project, you can do so at erc.epa.ie.
Science Foundation Ireland not EPA
Dr Michael Nolan
Keywords: Renewable energy, Metal oxide, Biofilm