Laboratory of Electrochemical Engineering (LEE)
Thank you for taking the time to view the contents of this website and learn about the exciting research activities in the Laboratory of Electrochemical Engineering (LEE)
We are interested in the fundamental and applied aspects of electrochemistry, electrocatalysis and heterogeneous catalysis. Projects at LEE are related to the electrocatalysis of small organic and inorganic molecules for direct oxidation fuel cells, as well as electrochemical promotion of catalysis (EPOC) for the environmentally important reactions, such as NOx reduction from automobile emissions and partial hydrocarbon oxidation.
LEE team photo, January 2012. From left to right, first row: Michele, Holly, Rima; second row: Maxime, Anis, third row: Mohamed, Daniel, Dr. Baranova
We are looking for undergraduate students to carry out research projects in the frame of CHG 4300 course
· Electrocatalysis of small organic molecules
Please come to see Prof. Baranova in CBY A413 or send an e-mail
Daniel Martin is back to LEE for winter semester. Daniel will be evolved in the project on Ni nanoparticles for H2 evolution
Paul Kim has successfully defended his Master’s thesis. Congratulations! Paul has accepted a position with “Air Liquide” in Japan
Dr. Anis Allagui joined LEE as a FQRNT postdoctoral fellow
Alex Porter received UROP award to work on ethanol oxidation in alkaline media. Congratulations!
Mohamed Oudah and Maxime Lortie started CHG4300 research projects in September
Elise Huynh from ENSIL, France joined LEE for her summer internship.
Holly Dole was being awarded the Alexander Graham Bell Grant from NSERC. Congratulations!!!