Vincenzo Esposito

Vincenzo Esposito


Department of Energy Conversion and Storage

Technical University of Denmark


Building 310, room 222

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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News from DTU

HOT research paper on catalytic membranes for removal of NOx
18 FEB

HOT research paper on catalytic membranes for removal of NOx

A recent research paper from DTU Energy showing that electrospun catalytic membranes can remove nitrous oxides (NOx) from, e.g., diesel exhausts with high efficiency, has been named a top 10% paper by the journal Environmental Science: Nano.

Materials Catalysis Air pollution
PhD student Massimo Rosa (left) and Professor Vincenzo Esposito with the FCH JU award in front of the 3D printing equipment in the DTU Energy lab
21 NOV

DTU Energy in award-winning EU projects on fuel cells

When the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking celebrated 10 years of supporting research, development and demonstration of fuel cell and hydrogen energy technologies in Europe, two prizes for the most successful and innovative projects were awarded. DTU Energy is a partner in both.

Energy Fuel cells
Ung forsker på DTU Energi
11 OCT

DTU joins the Brazilian boost of research in Energy Technologies

The São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) and the Shell Company have established an international Center for Innovation on New Energies (CINE) with strong industrial involvement and long term recourses for a clear energy future. DTU Energy has joined as a partner.

Energy Fuel cells Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy storage Energy production Energy systems Electrochemistry
24 APR

Implementation of new class of smart actuating materials in biocompatible devices

Researchers from DTU Energy and DTU Physics have received a FET-Open grant from EU to pioneer research in biocompatible actuating materials that can be used for intelligent devices for use in the human body.

Electrotechnology Energy Energy systems Micro and nanotechnology
New book edited by DTU Energy professors Nini Pryds and Vincenzo Esposito
02 FEB

New book from DTU Energy professors on thin film oxides

Professors Nini Pryds and Vincenzo Esposito, DTU Energy, have published the book "Metal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures", providing a status on the research within thin films, oxides and interfaces, and updates newcomers and skilled experts in the field with all the latest knowledge.

Energy Energy efficiency Electrochemistry
Inaugural Professor Vincenzo Esposito
20 DEC

The scientific trailblazer from Sicily is new professor at DTU

Curiosity has always defined the newly appointed professor at DTU Energy, Vincenzo Esposito. Many other researchers specialize in a single topic and are content with that, but Vincenzo Esposito has always wanted to push the boundaries of known science just a little bit further.

Energy Fuel cells Energy storage Energy systems Electrochemistry
Accelerated ceria–zirconia solubilization by cationic diffusion inversion at low oxygen activity
07 DEC

Disclosing complex mechanisms in a simple way is deemed very HOT

An article by researchers from DTU Energy has been selected as a HOT article for 2016 by the editors of the Journal of Materials Chemistry A.

Energy Fuel cells Electrochemistry
Researchers at DTU Energy has stabilized δ-Bismuth oxide
21 APR

Discovery unlocks ion conductor that is 100 times faster than all the others

A research group at the Technical University of Denmark has discovered a new and stable ion conducting material by merging two known materials, one of which is intrinsically not stable, Bismuth oxide. The Bismuth-based material has a 100 times faster ion conductivity than all previous known solid-state oxygen ion conductors.

Electronics Fuel cells Electrochemistry
Using electrospun nanofibers to counter NOx emission from heavy shipping
02 MAR

Using electrospun nanofibers to counter NOx emission from heavy shipping

Maritime shipping has grown fourfold in 20 years and the pollution from shipping is fast becoming a serious health problem on land. DTU Energy is part of the EU project BlueShip to reduce NOx emissions by inventing a new lighter and more efficient Selective Catalyst Reduction-unit for heavy ships.

Catalysis Combustion engines Ships and offshore constructions Electrochemistry
Photo: Colourbox
03 DEC

Sun’s energy can be harnessed using unstable material

Researchers at DTU Energy Conversion have succeeded in increasing the reactivity of the ceramic material—ceria—a million fold. One possible application is solar concentrators used to convert solar energy into hydrogen.