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Harry Hoster

Harry Hoster
Director of Energy Lancaster and Professor of Physical Chemistry, Lancaster University

Harry Hoster is Professor of Physical Chemistry and Director of Energy Lancaster at Lancaster University. Energy Lancaster brings together Lancaster University's world leading expertise in a wide range of energy related areas covering the demand and supply of energy.

Harry Hoster's own research explores the physical and chemical properties of surfaces and solids. His goal is rational design: improving electrode materials for fuel cells and batteries. His special interest: boiling it all down to single atoms and molecules, i.e., understanding the microscopic fundamentals behind the macroscopic performance of electrochemical cells.

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