Computational materials sciences for efficient water splitting with nanocrystals from abundant elements
Modern society in Europe needs a source of energy that is generated without harming the environment. The efficiency of renewable energy converting devices such as water splitting with electrochemical cells based on nano-scaled oxides relies on a sensible choice of material components. This Action intends to focus on bridging the knowledge gaps between different theoretical methods and computer codes in order to facilitate the discovery of novel materials for energy conversion.

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