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Quentin Van Overmeere

Quentin Van Overmeere’s research focuses on processes to synthesize nanostructured materials at large scales, with a focus on providing materials-based solutions to energy problems. Quentin’s fields of expertise include nanomaterials, physical chemistry and electrochemistry spanning from the design of roll-to-roll electrochemical processes, fabrication of novel electrochemical devices to the synthesis of high-performance electrodes.

Before joining PARC, Quentin was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University and the Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain) in Belgium. His research focused on the development of thin film-based oxide electrodes for solide oxide fuel cells and electrolyzers.

Dr. Van Overmeere holds a Ph.D. in Engineering and a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering, both from UCLouvain. He has authored 20+ publications and has received several awards for his research work, including the Oronzio and Niccolò de Nora Foundation Young author prize from the International Society of Electrochemistry, the Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award from the Corrosion Division of the Electrochemical Society and the Antonella Karlson Prize from the FNRS-Fund for Scientific Research. 

 

 

 

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2015

Interface energetics and atomic structure of epitaxial La1-xSrxCoO3 on Nb:SrTiO3

Q. Van Overmeere, J.D. Baniecki, T. Yamazaki, H. Aso, Y. Kataoka, D. Ricinschi, Y. Imanaka Applied Physics Letters

2014

Thin film fuel cells with vanadium oxide anodes: strain and stoichiometry effects

Q. Van Overmeere, S. Ramanathan Electrochimica Acta

2014

In situ monitoring of electrochemical oscillations during the transition between dense and porous anodic silica formation

F. Blaffart, Q. Van Overmeere, F. Van Wonterghem, J. Proost Journal of the Electrochemical Society

Rational design of the electrode morphology for oxygen evolution - enhancing the performance for catalytic water oxidation

A.R. Zeradjanin, A.A. Topalov, Q. Van Overmeere, S. Cherevko, X. Chen, E. Ventosa, W. Schuhmann, K.J.J. Mayrhofer RSC Advances

2013

Monolithic integration of nanoscale oxide membranes on polymeric scaffolds through stress control

K. Kerman, Q. Van Overmeere, M. Karpelson, R.J. Wood, S. Ramanathan ACS Nano

In situ monitoring of electrostriction in anodic and thermal silicon dioxide thin films

F. Blaffart, Q. Van Overmeere, T. Pardoen, J. Proost Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry

2012

Nanoscale oxidation and complex oxide growth on single crystal iron surfaces and external electric field effects

B. Jeon, Q. Van Overmeere, A.C.T. van Duin, S. Ramanathan Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

Energy storage in ultra-thin solid oxide fuel cells

Q. Van Overmeere, K. Kerman, S. Ramanathan Nano Letters

Electromechanical coupling in anodic niobium oxide: electric field-induced strain, internal stress and dielectric response

Q. Van Overmeere, F. Blaffart, F. La Mantia, F. Di Quarto, J. Proost Journal of Applied Physics

2011

In-situ optical emission spectrometry during porous anodic alumina initiation and growth in phosphoric acid

Q. Van Overmeere, D. Mercier, R. Santoro, J. Proost Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters

An undergraduate student laboratory on electrochemical engineering

Q. de Radigues, Q. Van Overmeere, R. Santoro, J. Proost Education for Chemical Engineers

2010

In-situ optical emission spectrometry during galvanostatic aluminum anodising

D. Mercier, Q. Van Overmeere, R. Santoro, J. Proost Electrochimica Acta

What controls the pore spacing in porous anodic oxides?

Q. Van Overmeere, F. Blaffart, J. Proost Electrochemistry Communications

On the use of a multiple beam optical sensor for in situ curvature monitoring in liquids

Q. Van Overmeere, J.-F. Vanhumbeeck, J. Proost Review of Scientific Instruments

Effect of current density on the internal stress evolution during galvanostatic Ti thin film anodising

Q. Van Overmeere, J.-F. Vanhumbeeck, J. Proost Journal of the Electrochemical Society

Stress-induced breakdown during galvanostatic anodising of zirconium

Q. Van Overmeere, J. Proost Electrochimica Acta

2009

In-situ detection of porosity initiation during aluminum thin film anodising

Q. Van Overmeere, B. Nysten, J. Proost Applied Physics Letters

2008

Instability of anodically formed TiO2 layers (revisited)

J. Proost, J.-F. Vanhumbeeck, Q. Van Overmeere Electrochimica Acta