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Assistant Prof. David  Eisenberg

Assistant Prof. David Eisenberg

Faculty:

Chemistry


Main energy field:

Materials for fuel cell electrocatalysis


About:

PhD – 2011 – Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Chemistry

MSc – 2006 – Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Chemistry

BSc – 2005 – Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Chemistry

Fulbright/Ilan Ramon Fellow, 2013

Excellent PhD Student Prize, 2011


Research Interests:

Alternative fuels – Non-Carbon Fuels – Nitrogen-based fuels for fuel cells

Energy Storage and Conversion – Fuel Cell Technologies – Fuel Cell Technologies


Selected Publications:

“A simple synthesis of an N-doped carbon ORR catalyst: Hierarchical micro/meso/ macro porosity and graphitic shells”, D. Eisenberg, W. Stroek, N. J. Geels, C. S. Sandu, A. Heller, N. Yan, G. Rothenberg, Chemistry – A European Journal 2016, 22, 501-505.

“A rational synthesis of hierarchically porous, N-doped carbon from Mg-based MOFs: understanding the link between nitrogen content and oxygen reduction electrocatalysis”, D. Eisenberg, W. Stroek, N. J. Geels, S. Tanase, M. Ferbinteanu, S. J. Teat, P. Mettraux, N. Yan, G. Rothenberg, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2016, 18, 20778-20783.

“The evolution of hierarchical porosity in self-templated nitrogen-doped carbons and its effect on oxygen reduction electrocatalysis”, D. Eisenberg, P. Prinsen, N. J. Geels, W. Stroek, N. Yan, B. Hua, J.-L. Luo, G. Rothenberg, RSC Advances 2016, 6, 80398-80407.