New perspectives in photocatalysis and near-surface chemistry:
catalysis meets plasmonics

CPLAS is £10 million programme grant funded by EPSRC and industry project partners for a six-year study to investigate light-driven energy-conversion at the nanoscale for stimulating chemical transformations. The project aims to advance a new field of research called “plasmo-catalysis”, which will take the light-harvesting capabilities of metallic nanostructures and transform this energy to control chemical reaction pathways in photocatalysis and photo-electrocatalysis. The research has the potential for wide-reaching applications in energy production, environmental clean-up & the pharmaceutical industry.

The 9th London Plasmonics Forum will take place on 7 June 2023 at King’s College London.

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Join the CPLAS Team:

Research Associate in Heterogeneous Photocatalysis using Plasmonic Nanoparticles

PhD studentship  @ UCL – Computational Study of the Electronic Structure of High Temperature Superconductors