Gözde Kardes, M.Sc.

Gözde Kardes, M.Sc.

  • Institute for Applied Materials -
    Electrochemical Technologies (IAM-ET)
    Adenauerring 20b
    Building 50.40 
    D-76131 Karlsruhe

Research

Electrocatalytic water splitting is currently one of the most promising reactions to produce "green" hydrogen and consequently, PEM water electrolysis is of particuler interest. To increase the performance of the PEMEL, highly active and stable catalysts containing iridium are used. In this scientific context, my research includes dynamic modeling and simulation of IrO2 electrodes at micro- and macrokinetic scale enable the analysis, the detailed understanding, and the optimization of the whole system.