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Research Overview

CEER has garnered international recognition for our research into unconventional applications of electrochemistry. Primarily, we focus on electrolysis and electro-synthesis of fuels and chemicals from abundant and domestic feedstock, such as the “pee-to-power” technology that turns urine waste into clean water and generates electricity for power.

CEER originated the current trend of “electrons to fuels,” the concept that fuels and petrochemicals can be developed through the direct application of electrical energy. Current electrochemical technologies under internal developement at CEER include:

These projects are enabled by core competencies in:

  • Ambient Condition Alkaline Electrochemistry
  • Electrochemical Process Engineering
  • In situ Analytical Electrodynamics
  • Multi-Scale Modeling
  • Nitrogen-based Electrochemistry
  • Solid Surface Electrochemistry

For more info. on core competencies and development partnerships at our research center, contact CEER at 740.331.4401.