Sima Nouhi, M.Sc.
(PhD student)

W3  3-374

+49441 7983561


Research field: Photocatalysis, new materials


  • Synthesis of composites materials
  • XRD, XPS
  • SEM, TEM
  • Photocatalytic activity (e.g. water splitting, H2 evolution reaction)
  • Photoelectrocatalytic activity

PhD Thesis:

Title: Novel tugstate –Based Composite Structures as Effective Photocatalysts for Visible Light-Induced Hydrogen Formation

Photocatalysis is an attractive and promising future technology for applications in environmental clean-up and clean energy production. Notably in the field of water splitting that leads to generation of Hydrogen as clean and renewable energy source. Using renewable energy resources could address the challenges that world are facing like environmental pollution, energy shortage and global warming.

The main goal of my work is synthesis of composite structures and finding good candidates for fabrication of efficient composite structures as catalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction (HER) and Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER).

(Stand: 20.04.2022)