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Maya Landis

Visiting PhD student

Maya is spending three months in the Solhycat team working on hydrogen fuel cell technology under the supervision of Dr. Bertrand Reuillard, investigating the formulation of new carbon based composites for H2 oxidation using DuBois derived Ni complexes.

She is completing this placement during her study for her PhD in Kylie Vincent’s group at the University of Oxford.

There, her research focuses on using (doped) carbon nanotubes as electrode materials in the reduction of nitro-compounds to produce amines, with the goal of immobilizing hydrogenase enzyme onto the carbon material – establishing a bio-hybrid system driven by molecular hydrogen.

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