Downloads

  • “Defect energetics in the SrTiO3-LaCrO3 system” by Coventry University, Solid State Ionics.

  • “High-Temperature Photochromism of Fe-Doped SrTiO3 Caused by UV-Induced Bulk Stoichiometry Changes” by TUV, Advanced Functional Materials.

  • “In situ and operando characterisation techniques for solid oxide electrochemical cells: recent advances”, review by CNRS on J. Phys. Energy.

  • Nanostructured Materials and Interfaces for Advanced Ionic Electronic Conducting Oxides“, Advanced Materials Interfaces.

  • Route to High-Performance Micro-solid Oxide Fuel Cells on Metallic Substrates”, paper from a collaboration between IREC and University of Cambridge. Click here.

  • Harvestore repository for open data, article preprints and presentatons is online on Zenodo.

  • Click here to download the project flyer with a brief introduction on our ideas and on our goals.

  • “Nanoionics: ion transport and electrochemical storage in confined systems” – a reference paper on Nature Materials.

  • The first ever reported full-ceramic microSOFC was developed by IREC in 2014. Here is the link to the original research paper (open access article).

  • A review on Iontronics, recently published on Advanced Materials.

  • The last tendencies on mass transport engineering in oxide thin films have been summarized in a review paper published by the Journal of the European Ceramic Society (open access article).

  • From a collaboration between IREC and the University of Cambridge (Dept. of Materials Science & Metallurgy), a review paper on nanostructured oxide thin films for energy application, published by Advanced Materials Interfaces.

  • A pivotal example of energy harvesting via oxide nanostructures: A High-Temperature Solid Oxide Photoelectrochemical Cell as developed by one of the project partners at TU Vienna in 2015.

  • A review article by the project coordinator Albert Tarancon (IREC), who comments on the potential of CMOS technology and thermoelectric-based microdevices for powering next-generation IoT nodes, published by Nature Electronics.