Prof. Doron Aurbach
Aharon and Rachel Dahan Nano-Energy Center
Main Research Areas
- The electrochemistry of active metals.
- The electrochemistry of polar aprotic systems.
- Development of spectroscopic methods (in situ and ex situ) for sensitive electrochemical systems (FTIR, AFM, EQCM, STM, XRD, EIS, Raman).
- Development of rechargeable high energy density batteries (Li, Mg, Li ion).
- Basic studies of electrochemical intercalation processes (active metal ions into carbonaceous materials and transition metal oxides and sulfides).
- Electrochemistry of modified electrodes, development of sensors.
- The study and improvement of electrocoloring processes for aluminum surfaces
- Carbon engineering and electrochemistry, R&D of EDL capacitors.
- Electronically conducting polymers.
2012 - The ICS Prize for Exellence
2011 - The Landau Prize for Green Chemistry
2007 - The Edwards Company Prize of the Israel Vacuum Society (IVS) for research Excellence
2005 - The Technology Award of the Battery Division of the Electrochemical Society (ECS).
- Physical Organic Chemistry (with the highest distinction). Bar-Ilan University, Israel - Sept. 1983.
Doctoral Dissertation - "Nucleophilic Reactions with Substituted Bicyclobutanes". (Supervisor: Prof. S. Hoz).
- Physical Organic Chemistry (Summa cum Laude), Bar-Ilan University, Israel - July 1980.
- Chemistry (Magna cum Laude) Bar-Ilan Univ., Israel - June 1978.
Chemical Engineering, Technion (Summa cum Laude) - May 1982.
My Recent Publications
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