Short CV/Education and training

  • 1999 – 2004
    Research scientist and later senior scientist at the Philips Natuurkundig Laboratorium in Eindhoven (the Netherlands) on the preparation and mechanical, optical and electrical properties of sol-gel prepared thin films

  • 2004 – 2009
    Assistant professor in the department of Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis. Research field: the synthesis and characterisation of nanocomposite materials, mostly metal(oxide) nanoparticles in porous matrices, for applications in heterogeneous catalysis

  • 2006 – 2007
    received a Vidi grant and additional grants (NWO-ACTS, Casimir, EOS) to start building up a research line on nanostructured materials for hydrogen storage, investigating the impact of nanosizing and confinement on metal hydrides, alanates and boronates

  • Since 2009
    Promoted Associate Professor. Building on US-DOE, NWO-ECHO, and valorisation grants extending my research towards supported metal hydrides also for catalysis and battery applications, nanostructured materials for solar fuels, and the conversion of hydrogen and CO(2) into alcohols

Selected publications

  • "Towards stable catalysts by control over the collective features of supported metal nanoparticles"

    G. Prieto, J. Zecevic, H. Friedrich, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Nature Mater. (2012) in press.

  • "Mesoporosity of Zeolite Y: Quantitative Three-Dimensional Study by Image Analysis of Electron Tomograms", J. Zecevic, C.J. Gommes, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong

    Angew. Chem. Int. Edit. 51 (2012) 1-6.

  • "Reversibility of the Hydrogen Desorption from NaBH4 by Confinement in Nanoporous Carbon"

    P. Ngene, R. van den Berg, M.H.W. Verkuijlen, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Energ. Environ. Sci. 4 (2011), 4108.

  • "Hydrogen Storage: Keeping out the oxygen", P.E. de Jongh, Nature Mater. 10 (2011) 265-266.

  • "Nanosizing and confinement: new strategies towards meeting hydrogen storage goals"

    P. E. de Jongh, P. Adelhelm, ChemSusChem 3 (2010) 1332-1348.

  • "Reversibility of the hydrogen desorption from LiBH4: a synergetic effect of nanoconfinement and Ni addition", P. Ngene, M. van Zwienen, P.E. de Jongh, Chem. Comm. 46 (2010) 8201-8203.

  • "Electron Tomography for Heterogeneous Catalysts and Related Nanostructured Materials"

    H. Friedrich, P. E. de Jongh, A. J. Verkleij, K. P. de Jong, Chem. Rev. 109 (2009) 1613.

  • "The Preparation of Supported NiO and Co3O4 Nanoparticles by the Nitric Oxide Controlled Thermal Decomposition of Nitrates", J.R.A. Sietsma, J.D. Meeldijk, J.P. den Breejen, M. Versluijs-Helder, A.J. van Dillen, P.E. de Jongh, and K.P. de Jong, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 46 (2007) 4547-4549.

  • "Cu2O: A Catalyst for the Electrochemical Decomposition of Water?

    P.E. de Jongh, D. Vanmaekelbergh", J.J. Kelly, Chem. Comm. (1999) 1069.

  • "Trap-Limited Electronic Transport in Assemblies of Nanometer-sized TiO2 Particles"

    P.E. de Jongh, D. Vanmaekelbergh, Phys. Rev. Lett. 77 (1996) 3427.



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