Welcome To Yavuzlab

At the Oxide and Organic Nanomaterials for Energy & Environment Laboratory, we design and make new nanomaterials from oxide or organic building blocks to offer sustainable solutions for the pressing issues such as carbon dioxide capture and water treatment. Please note that we'll be using www.YavuzLab.com for our new website.

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Research Interests

Yavuzlab's interests focus on developing sustainable nano &porous materials chemistry to address global challenges in the environment, particularly those related to CO2, water, and methane. His current projects include dry reforming of methane for circular carbon economy, CO₂ capture with tethered amines, CO₂ conversion to cyclic carbonates, water capture from air, methane storage in porous polymers,electrocatalytic water splitting, electronic waste recycling, seawater mining, and micro pollutant removal from water.

Latest Publications

Selective palladium recovery by a highly porous polyisothiocyanurate
Chem Year: 2022 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chempr.2022.06.009
Authors: Thien S Nguyen, Cafer T Yavuz
How to reach carbon emission targets with technology and public awareness
Year: 2022 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matt.2022.06.029
Authors: Cafer T Yavuz
Low-overpotential overall water splitting by a cooperative interface of cobalt-iron hydroxide and iron oxyhydroxide
Cell Reports Physical Science Year: 2022 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xcrp.2022.100762
Authors: Pravin Babar, Komal Patil, Javeed Mahmood, Seok-jin Kim, Jin Hyeok Kim, Cafer T Yavuz
  • interface engineering
  • OER
  • HER
  • sustainable hydrogen generation
  • electrocatalysis
  • renewable energy

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