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About the section

Electrochemistry is a research section within materials science and nanotechnology, consisting of outstanding material chemists and physicists.

We conduct research at a high international level that aims to utilize renewable energy. Our core topics include solid state ionics, fuel cells, gas separation membranes, hydrogen technology, and photoelectrochemistry.

Electrochemistry is also part of the Gemini Centre Functional oxides for clean energy technology (FORENT), together with SINTEF Materials and Chemistry.


We lead and take part in 17 projects, funded by the Research Council of Norway, 1 project, funded by the European Commission, 1 industrial project and 1 project  funded by the university of Oslo.  For more information about the specific projects, please see Projects in the side menu.

Academic programmes and courses

Materials, Science and Nanotechnology

Tags: Proton conductors, Gas seperation membranes, Photoelectrochemistry, Fuel cells, Hydrogen
Published July 13, 2012 2:16 PM - Last modified Sep. 6, 2022 11:45 AM