High-temperature fuel and electrolysis cells
Our current research projects in this area focus on electrochemical devices, operated at high temperatures, for
conversion of chemical into electrical energy and vice versa to serve the needs of a climate-friendly energy
supply. We study solid-oxide cells and stacks as modern tools for hydrogen production by H2O electrolysis, the co-electrolysis of H2O and CO2 for the production of synthesis gas, as well as the electro-chemically
supported synthesis of chemical energy carriers such as ammonia. Solid-oxide fuel cells (SOFC) are applied
for providing electrical power, which is also needed for mobility and transportation.
Solid oxide fuel and solid oxide electrolysis cells
Modeling direct internal reforming in anode-supported cells