Vincenzo Esposito

Vincenzo Esposito

Professor

DTU ENERGY
Department of Energy Conversion and Storage

Technical University of Denmark

Fysikvej

Building 310, room 222

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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News from DTU

2019
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
2018
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
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
2015
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
2013