Hydrogen fuel tech gets boost from low-cost, efficient catalyst 02.05.11
Scientists from CINF, CASE, Stanford University and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have engineered a cheap, abundant alternative to the expensive platinum catalyst and coupled it with a light-absorbing electrode to make hydrogen fuel from sunlight and water.
Grant for exchange program to CASE 31.01.11
CASE has received 360.000 DKK from The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation to exchange researchers between CASE and Stanford University and the University of Tokyo.
Millions to CASE researcher 13.12.10
Associate Professor and CASE Project Leader Anders Riisager has received 7,186,000 DKK from The Danish Council for Independent Research.
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CASE part of new FTP project 28.10.10
The Research Council for Technology and Production Sciences (FTP) has granted researchers from DTU 5.7 MDKK for in-situ TEM studies of nanowires.
Changes in CASE Management 01.07.10
During spring 2010 changes have been made in CASE’s Management Board and leadership.
New CASE collaboration with German Cluster of Excellence 01.06.10
CASE has reached an agreement with the Cluster of Excellence Engineering of Advanced Material (EAM) at the Friedrich-Alexander University.
New communications assistant in CASE 01.02.10
CASE has taken on Elisabeth Wulffeld as a new communications assistant. She will be developing an educational material for elementary schools based on CASE's research.
Award to CASE director
Jens Nørskov receives the 2nd Gerhard Ertl Lecture Award for his 'groundbreaking theoretical work in the field of catalysis'.
South Korean visit to CASE
South Korean politicians visited DTU and CASE in december to learn more about the University' sustainable energy initiatives
New experimental postdoc
Alan Kleiman-Shwarscthein has been hired for work on photocatalytic water splitting.
New supercomputer at DTU Physics
Researchers at CASE now have access to the fastest computer in Denmark. The supercomputer has a peak performance of 45 teraflops and was inaugurated at DTU Physics yesterday.
New theoretical post doc
Jun Yan has been employed for work on computational modelling of optical properties of
First CASE equipment arrived
Advanced XPS for characterizations of catalytic materials.
DTU strengthens efforts within sustainable energy
On Friday, 11 September, CASE was officially launched at an inauguration ceremony at DTU in Lyngby, near Copenhagen. Rector Lars Pallesen performed the officiel opening and the event drew an audience far exceeding the number of seats available.
New deputy director for CASE
Søren Dahl has been appointed deputy director of DTU’s new research initiative Catalysis for Sustainable Energy (CASE) as of March 1st 2009.