Below the most recent (since 2007) doctoral theses from the Chemical Physics group are listed.
Adam Arvidsson, Partial methane oxidation: insights from first principles and micro-kinetics calculations (2019).
Mikkel Jorgensen, Kinetics of Nanoparticle Catalysis from First Principles (2019).
Ferry Nugroho, Nanoplasmonic Alloy Hydrogen Sensors (2018).
Svetlana Alekseeva,Plasmonic Nanospectrocopy of Individual Nanoparticles - Studies of Metal-Hydrogen Interactions and Catalysis (2017).
Maxime van den Bossche, Methane oxidation over palladium oxide. From electronic structure to catalytic conversion (2017).
Pooya Tabib Zadeh Adibi, In situ studies of Platinum Catalyst Sintering (2016).
Anna Clemens, Reactions on nanostructured and microporous surfaces (2015).
Adriana Trinchero, Pd and Pt catalysts for methane and CO oxidation - Electronic structure and
kinetic modeling (2015).
Carl Wadell, Plasmonic Nanostructures forOptical Absorption Engineering and Hydrogen Sensing (2015).
Kristina Wettergren, Thermal and Photon Stimulated Reactions on Metal Particles (2014).
Beniamino Iandolo, Photoelectrochemical Processes on Fe2O3 Based Model Anodes (2014).
Viktoria Gusak, Nanoplasmonics for solar cells (2014).
Simon Klacar, First principles calculationsfor NOx reduction over Ag/Al2O3 (2013).
Raja Sellappan, Mechanisms of enhanced activity of model TiO2/carbon and TiO2/metal nanocomposite photocatalysts (2013).
Johan Bergeld, Thermo- and photostimulated reactions of H2O, O2, and CO on
Pt(111) and C(0001) surfaces (2007).