prof. dr. P.E. (Petra) de Jongh
P.E.deJongh@uu.nl
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Chair
Inorganic Nanomaterials
Endowed by Utrecht University
Date of appointment 01.02.2014
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Petra de Jongh has been appointed Chair Inorganic Nanomaterials in 2014. She joined Utrecht University in 2004, after having worked for five years at Philips Research as (senior) research scientist and project leader. In 2013 she was visiting professor at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris. Petra received an NWO-Vidi grant in 2006, played an important role in the ACTS Sustainable Hydrogen Program from 2006-2013, and received an NWO-Vici grant in 2013. Her research focuses on the one hand, in close collaboration with  industry, on more efficient and durable catalysts. On the other hand, financed by NWO, EU, and US DOE, she investigates the design, preparation and understanding of novel catalytic and other 3D nanostructured materials.

Main topic of study are 3D nanostructured systems (e.g. 3D model catalysts consisting of well-defined metal nanoparticles on ordered mesoporous supports) to gain insight into the impact of particle size, confinement, pore structure and collective properties on the functionality of these materials for applications in catalysis (selectivity, activity and stability) as well as energy storage and conversion (sustainable hydrogen, reversible gas storage, solar fuels, all solid-state batteries).These nanomaterials are crucial to, in the long run, produce fuels and chemical building blocks sustainably using renewable energy sources (solar, wind) and building blocks, in which C1 chemistry (most notably synthesis gas conversion) plays an important role.
 

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Curriculum vitae

Personal details

Name:            Petra E. de Jongh
Date of birth:   20 February 1971
ResearcherID:    www.researcherid.com/rid/A-4761-2009
Website:         http://www.uu.nl/staff/PEdeJongh/0
 
Education

MSc              August 1995 Chemistry (cum laude = top 10%)
                Faculty of Chemistry, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
PhD              September 1999 “Photoelectrochemistry of Nanoporous Semiconductor Electrodes”
                Department of Condensed Matter and Interfaces, Utrecht University
                with Profs. J.J. Kelly and D. Vanmaekelbergh (cum laude = top 10%)

Previous positions

1999-2004        Research scientist, later senior scientist and project leader
                Topic: nanocomposite, inorganic thin films for several applications
                Philips Central Research Laboratories (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
                Project management, research, fund acquisition, facilitating implementation,
                communication with business units. Supervised 8 people .
2002             Research and implementation scientist at Philips DAP CoE (Singapore)
                Topic: Nanocomposite coatings for steam irons
2004-2009        Assistant Professor in the group of Prof. K.P. de Jong, Inorganic Chemistry
                and Catalysis, Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science, Utrecht University
                Topic: Supported catalysts, with focus on the fundamentals of preparation and
                structure-performance relationships,
2009-2014        Associate Professor in the same group
2013 (June-July) Invited visiting professor at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie
                (group Catherine Louis), Paris (France)
 
Current position

Full Professor Inorganic Nanomaterials, Debye Institute for Nanomaterials
2014-now         Science,Utrecht University
                Topic: Nanostructured inorganic materials for sustainable catalysis and energy
                storage and conversion; gaining insight into the impact of particle size,
                confinement, and pore structure on functionality.
 
Supervision of postdoc and graduate students

Since start at Utrecht University in 2004 I have (co)supervised 14 postdocs (3 currently), 21 PhD students (9
currently), 1 technician, and ~35 undergraduate students.
 
Publication track record

Publications    ~125 scientific articles    5 book chapters    15 patent (applications)
Citations    >4300 (10% selfcit)    h-index=35    ~700/year
Presentations    ~15 international lectures/year    ~10/year upon invitation

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129. Carbon Support surface effects in the gold-catalyzed oxidation of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural

B. Donoeva, N. Masoud, P.E. de Jongh, ACS Catal. 7 (2017), 4581-4591 10.1021/acscatal.7b00829

128. Silica-supported Au-Ag catalysts for the selective hydrogenation of butadiene

N. Masoud, L. Delannoy, C. Calers, J-J. Gallet, F. Bournel, K.P. de Jong, C. Louis, P.E. de Jongh, ChemCatChem (2017), 9, 1-9, DOI:10.1002/cctc.201700127

127. Confinement Effects for Lithium Borohydride: Comparing Silica and Carbon Scaffolds

Suwarno, P. Ngene, A. Nale, T.M. Eggenhuisen, M. Oschatz, J.P. Embs, A. Remhof, P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. C 121 (2017), 4197-4205. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.6b13094

126. Fully alloyed metal nanorods with highly tunable properties

W. Abrecht, J.E.S. van Hoeven, T.S. Deng, P.E.de Jongh, A. van Blaaderen, Nanoscale 9 (2017), 2845-2851. DOI: 10.1039/C6NR08484B

125. Miniature Structures Meticulously replicated in Carbon

P.E.de Jongh, NPG Asia Materials, 9 (2017), e399;doi:10.1038/am.2016.188

124. Scale-dependent diffusion  anisotropy in nanoporous silicon

D. Kondrashova, A. Lauerer, D. Mehlhorn, H. Jobic, A. Feldhoff, M. Thommes, D. Chakraborty, C. Gomes, J. Zecevic, P.E. de Jongh, A. Bunde, J. Karger, R. Valiullin, Science Reports 7 (2017) 40207. Doi:10.1038/srep40207.

123. Effect of Pore Confinement of LiNH2 for ammonia decomposition catalysis and the Storage of Hydrogen and Ammonia

P.L. Bramwell, S. Lentink, P. Ngene, P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. C. 120 (2016), 27212-27220. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.6b10688

122. Carbon supported lithium hydride nanoparticles: Impact of preparation conditions on particle size and hydrogen sorption

P.L. Bramwell, P. Ngene, P.E. de Jongh, Int. J. Hydr. Ener. 42 (2016), 5188. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2016.10.062

121. A transition-metal-free hydrogenation catalyst: Pore-confined sodium alanate for the hydrogenation of alkynes and alkenes

P.L. Bramwell, J. Gao, B. de Waal, K.P. de Jong, R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, P.E. de Jongh, J. Catal. 344 (2016), 129-135 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcat.2016.09.024

120. Structure sensitivity of Cu and CuZn catalysts relevant to  industrial methanol synthesis

R. van den Berg, G.  Prieto, G. Korpershoek, L. van der Wal, A.J. van Bunningen, S. Lægsgaard-Jørgensen, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Nature Comm. 7 (2016), 13057, DOI:101038/ncomms13057

 

119. All-solid state lithium-sulfur battery based on a nanoconfined LiBH4 electrolyte
S. Das, P. Ngene, P. Norby, T. Vegge, P.E. de Jongh, D. Blanchard, J. Electrochem. Soc. 163 (2016) A2029-A2034. DOI: 10.1149/2.0771609jes

118. Dual role of CO in the stability of subnano Pt clusters at the Fe3O4(011) surface
R. Bliem, J.E.S. van der Hoeven, J. Hulva, J. Pavalec, E. Gamba, P.E. de Jongh, U. Diebold, G.S. Parkinson, Proc. Nat. Ac. Sc. 113 (2016) 8921-8926, Doi 10.1073/pnas.1605649113.

117. Small-angle scattering analysis of empty of loaded hierarchical porous materials
C.J. Gommes, G. Prieto, P.E de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem .C. 120 (2016), 1488-1506.

116. Revealing the Formation of Copper Nanoparticles from a Homogeneous Solid Precursor by Electron Microscopy
Roy van den Berg, Christian F. Elkjaer, Cedric J. Gommes, Ib Chorkendorff, Jens Sehested, Petra E. de Jongh, Krijn P. de Jong, and Stig Helveg, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138 (2016), 3433–3442.

115. Reversible Li-insertion in nanoscaffolds: A promising strategy to alter the hydrogen sorption properties of Li-based complex hydrides
P. Ngene, M.H.W. Verkuijlen, C. Barre, A.P.M. Kentgens, P.E. de Jongh, Nano Ener. 22 (2016), 169-178. DOI 10.1016/j.nanoen.2016.02.003

114. Nanostructured materials for solid-state hydrogen storage: A review of the achievement of COST Action MP1103
E. Callini, P.E. de Jongh, A. Montone, et al. Int. J. Hydr. En. (2016), 10.1016/j.ij.hydrene.2016.04.025

113. Impact of the synthesis route of supported copper catalysts on the performance in the methanol synthesis reaction
R. van den Berg, J. Zecevic, J. Sehested, S. Helveg, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Catal. Today 272 (2016), 87-93. doi:10.1016/j.cattod.2015.08.052

112. Reversible Li-insertion in nanoscaffolds: A promising strategy to alter the hydrogen sorption properties of Li-based complex hydrides
P. Ngene, M.H.W. Verkuijlen, C. Barre, A.P.M. Kentgens, P.E. de Jongh, Nano Ener. 22 (2016), 169-178. DOI 10.1016/j.nanoen.2016.02.003

111. Impact of the synthesis route of supported copper catalysts on the performance in the methanol synthesis reaction
R. van den Berg, J. Zecevic, J. Sehested, S.Helveg, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Catal. Today (2016). doi:10.1016/j.cattod.2015.08.052

110. Mg-based compounds for hydrogen and energy storage
J.C. Crivello, R.V. Denys, M. Dornheim, M. Felderhof, D.M. Grant, J. Huot, T.R. Jensen, P.E. de Jongh, M. Latroche, G.S. Walker, C.J. Webb, V.A. Yartys, Appl. Phys. A. 122:85 (2016), 17 pages DOI 10.1007/s00339-016-9601-1.

109. Review of magnesium hydride-based materials: development and optimisation
J.C. Crivello, B. Dam, R.V. Denys, M. Dornheim, D.M. Grant, J. Huot, T.R. Jensen, P.E. de Jongh, M. Latroche, C. Milanese, D. Milcius, G.S. Walker, C.J. Webb, V.A. Yartys, Appl. Phys. A. 122:97 (2016), 20 pages DOI 10.1007/s00339-016-9602-0.

108. Complex hydrides as roon-temperature solid electrolytes for rechargeable batteries,               P.E.de Jongh, D. Blanchard, M. Matsuo, T.J. Udoovic, S. Orimo, Appl. Phys. A 122:3 (2016) 6 pages, DOI 10.1007/s00339-016-9807-2

107. A novel Method for the synthesis of solvent-free Mg(B3H8)2
J. Huang, Y. Yan, A. Remhof, Y. Zhang, D. Rentsch, Y.S. Au, P.E. de Jongh, F. Cuevas, L. Ouyang, M. Zhu, A. Zuttel, Dalton Trans. 45 (2016), 3687-3690, DOI: 10.1039/C5DT04517G

106. Nanoconfined LiBH4 as a Fast Lithium Ion Conductor
D. Blanchard, A. Nale, D. Sveinbjörnsson, T.M. Eggenhuisen, MH.W. Verkuijlen, Suwarno, T. Vegge, A.P.M. Kentgens, P.E. de Jongh, Adv. Func. Mater. 25 (2015), 184-192. DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201402538

105. Enhanced catalytic performance of zeolite ZSM-5 for conversion of methanol to dimethyl ether by combining alkaline treatment and partial activation
Y. Wei, P.E. de Jongh, M.L.M. Bonati, D.J. Law, G.J. Sunley, K.P. de Jong, Appl. Catal. 504 (2015), 211-219. DOI” 10.1016/j.apcata.2014.12.027

104. Rational disorder in lithium borohydride
A.Remhof, Y. Yan, J.P. Embs, V.G. Sakai, A. Nale, P.E. de Jongh, Z. Lodziana, A. Züttel, EPJ Web of Conf. 83 (2015), 02014, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/20158302014

103. Mapping Nanocavities in plugged SBA-15 with confined silver nanostructures
R.L. Oliviera, M. Shakeri, J.D. Meeldijk, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Microp. Mesop. Mater. 201 (2015) 234-239, DOI: 10.1016/j.micromeso.2014.09.026

102. Recent developments in the synthesis of supported catalysts
P. Munnik, P.E de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Chem. Rev. 115 (2015), 6687-6718. 10.1021/cr500486u

101. Support Functionalization to Retard Ostwald Ripening in Copper Methanol Synthesis Catalysts
R. van den Berg, T.E. Parmentier, C.F. Elkjær, C.J. Gommes, J. Sehested, S. Helveg, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, ACS Catal. 5 (2015), 4439-4448. DOI 10.1021/acscatal.5b00833

100. Ultra-Small MgH2 Nanoparticles Embedded into an Ordered Microporous Carbon Showing Rapid Hydrogenation Sorption Kinetics
C. Zlotea, Y. Oumellal, S-J. Hwang, C. M. Ghimbeu, P.E. de Jongh, M. Latroche
J. Phys. Chem. C. 119 (2015), 18091-18098 10.1021/acs.jpcc.5b05754

99. Mesoscale Characterization of Nanoparticles Distribution Using X-Ray Scattering
C.J. Gommes, G. Prieto, J. Zecevic, M. vanhalle, B. Goderis, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Angew. Chem. Int. Edit. 54 (2015), 11804-11808. 10.1002/anie.201505359

98. An Atomic-Scale View of CO and H2 Oxidation on a Pt-Fe3O4 Model Catalyst
R. Bliem, J. van der Hoeven, A. Zavodny, O. Gamba, J. Pavelec, P.E. de Jongh, M. Schnid, U. Diebold, G.S. Parkinson, Angew. Chem. Int. Edit. (2015) DOI 10.1002/anie.201507368

97. Synthesis and performance of highly dispersed Cu/SiO2 catalysts for the hydrogenolysis of glycerol
A.A. Lemonidou, E.S. Vasiliadou, T.M. Eggenhuisen, P. Munnik, P.E de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Appl. Catal. A 145 (2014), 108-119.

96. The size dependence of hydrogen mobility and sorption kinetics for carbon –supported MgH2 particles
Y.S. Au, M. Klein Obbink, S. Srinivasan, P.C.M.M. Magusin, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Adv Funct Mater 24 (2014), 3604-3611. DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201304060

95. Quantitative Relationship between Support Porosity and the Stability of Pore-Confined Metal Nanoparticles Studied on CuZnO/SiO2 Methanol Synthesis Catalysts
G. Prieto, M. Shakeri, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, ACS Nano 8 (2014) 2522-2531.
10.1021/nn406119j

94. Interface effects in NaAlH4-carbon nanocomposites for hydrogen storage
J. Gao, P. Ngene, M. Herrich, W. Xia, O. Gutfleisch, M. Muhler, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Int. J. Hydr. Ener. 39 (2014), 10175-10183.

93. Design and Synthesis of Copper-Cobalt Catalysts for the Selective Conversion of Synthesis Gas to Ethanol and Higher Alcohols
G. Prieto, S. Beijer, M. Smith, M. He, Y. Au, Z. Wang, D.A. Bruce, K.P. de Jong, J.J. Spivey, P.E. de Jongh, Angew. Chem. Int. Edit. 53 (2014), 6397-6401.link

92. Pore Confined Synthesis of Magnesium Boron Hydride Nanoparticles
Y.S. Au, Y. Yan, K.P. de Jong, A. Remhof, P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. C. 118 (2014), 20832-20839. DOI: 10.1021/jp507568p

91. Colloidal cubes for the enhanced degradation of organic dyes
S.I.R. Castillo, C.E. Pompe, J. van Mourik, D.M.A. Verbart, D.M.E. Thies-Weesie, P.E. de Jongh, A.P. Philipse, J. Mater. Chem. A.2 (2014), 10193-10201. DOI: 10.1039/C4TA01373E

90. Control and Impact of the Nanoscale Distribution of Supported Cobalt Particles Used in Fischer-Tropsch Catalysis
P. Munnik, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 136 (2014), 7333-7340. DOI: 10.1021/ja500436y

89. Nanoparticle Growth in Supported Nickel Catalysts during Methanation Reaction - Larger is Better, P. Munnik, M. E. Z. Velthoen, P.E. de Jongh, Krijn P. de Jong, C.J. Gommes, Angew. Chem. Int. Edit 126 (2014), 9647-9651.
DOI: 10.1002/anie.201404103R1 and 10.1002/ange.201404103R1

88. Stabilization of Palladium Catalysts for the Heck Reaction by Support Functionalization and Solvent Selection
R.L. Oliviera, J.B.F. Hooijmans, P.E. de Jongh, R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, K.P. de Jong, ChemCatChem, 6 (2014) 3223-3230. DOI: 10.1002/cctc.201402523

87. Synthesis, Characterization and Computation of Catalysts at the Center for Atomic-level Catalyst Design
J.J. Spivey,K.S. Krishna,C.S.S.R. Kumar,K.M. Dooley,J.C. Flake,L.H. Haber, Y. Xu, M.J. Janik, S.B. Sinnott, Y-T. Cheng, T. Liang, D.S. Sholl, T.A. Manz, U. Diebold, G.S. Parkinson, D.A. Bruce, and P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. C 118 (2014), 20043-20069. link

86. Extent of plugged SBA-15 assessed from physisorption and confined silver nanostructures
R.L. Oliviera, M. Shakeri, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Micro. Mesop. Mater. 201 (2014), 234-239.DOI: 10.1016/j.micromeso.2014.09.026

85. Engineering and Sizing Nanoreactors To Confine Metal Complexes for Enhanced Catalytic Performance
M. Shakeri, L. Roiban,† V. Yazerski, G. Prieto, R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, P.E. deJongh, K.P. de Jong, ACS Catalysis, 4 (2014), 3791-3796. dx.doi.org/10.1021/cs500777q

84. Nanoconfinement of Mg6Pd particles in porous carbon: size effects on structural and hydrogenation properties
M. Ponthieu, Y.S. Au, C. Zlotea, E. Leroy, J.F. Fernández, M. Latroche, P.E. de Jongh, F. Cuevas, J. Mater. Chem. A. 2 (2014), 18444-18453. 10.1039/C4TA02669A

83. Enhanced catalytic performance of zeolite ZSM-5 for conversion of methanol to dimethyl ether by combining alkaline treatment and partial activation
Y. Wei, P.E. de Jongh, M.L.M. Bonati, D.J. Law, H.J. Sunley, K.P. de Jong
Appl. Catal. A. (2014), 10.1016/j.apcata.2014.12.027

82. Tailoring the Windows Sizes to Control the Local Concentration and Activity of salen(Co) Catalysts in Plugged Nanochannels of SBA-15
M. Shakeri, R.J.M. Klein Gebbink, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong
Angew. Chem. Int. Edit. 52 (2013), 10854-10857.

81. Reversible Hydrogen Storage in Mg(BH4)2/Carbon Nanocomposites
Y. Yan, Y.S. Au, D. Rentsch, A. Remhof, P.E. de Jongh, A. Züttel
J. Mat. Chem. A. 1 (2013), 11177-1183.

80. Synthesis of Mg2Cu nanoparticles on carbon supports with enhanced hydrogen sorption kinetics, Y.S. Au, M. Ponthieu, M. van Zwienen, C. Zlotea, F. Cuevas, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh, J. Mat. Chem. A, 1 (2013), 9983-9991. DOI:10.1039/C3TA10926G

79. Melt Infiltration: an Emerging Technique for the Preparation of Novel Functional Nanostructured Materials
P.E. de Jongh, T.M. Eggenhuisen, Adv. Mater. 25 (2013), 6672-6690. DOI:10.1002/adma.201301912.

78. Nanoconfined light metal hydrides for reversible hydrogen storage
P.E. de Jongh, M. Allendorf, J. Vajo, C. Zlotea
MRS Bull. 38 (2013), 488-494. link doi:10.1557/mrs.2013.108

77. Progress in Electron Tomography to Access the 3D Nanostructure of Catalysts
J. Zecevic, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Curr. Op. Solid St. Mater. Sc. 17 (2013) 115-125. DOI: 10.1016/j.cossms.2013.04.02

76. Towards ‘greener’ catalyst manufacture: Reduction of wastewater from the preparation of Cu/ZnO/Al2O3 methanol synthesis catalysts
G. Prieto, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Cat. Today 215 (2013), 142-151.

75. Heterogeneities of the Nanostructure of Platinum/Zeolite Y Catalysts Revealed by Electron Tomography
J. Zecevic, A.J.M. van der Eerden, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, ACS Nano 7 (2013), 3698-3705.

74. Hydrogen Dynamics in Nanoconfined Lithiumborohydride, A. Remhof, P. Mauron, A. Zuttel, Z. Lodziana, A.J. Ramirez-Questa, P. Ngene, P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. C 117 (2013), 3789-3798.

73. Effect of Particle Size and Silica Scaffold on H2O Oxidation Activity of Dispersed Cobalt Oxide, C.C. Yang, T.M. Eggenhuisen, M. Wolters, B. van der Linden, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, G. Mul, ChemCatChem 5 (2013), 550-556.

72. Controlling the Distribution of Supported Nanoparticles by Aqueous Synthesis, T.M. Eggenhuisen, H. Friedrich, F. Nudelman, J. Zecevic, N.A.J.M. Sommerdijk, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Chem. Mater. 25 (2013), 890-896.

71. Synthesis and performance of highly dispersed Cu/SiO2 catalysts for the hydrogenolysis of glycerol, E.S. Vasiliadou, T.M. Eggenhuisen, P. Munnik. P.E de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, A.A. Lemonidou, Appl. Catal. B. (in press)

70. Control and assessment of plugging of mesopores in SBA-15 materials, M. Shakeri, R.J.M. Klein-Gebbink, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Micr. Mesop. Mater. 170 (2013), 340-345.

69. Interplay between pore size and nanoparticle spatial distribution: consequences for the stability of CuZn/SiO2 methanol synthesis catalysts, G. Prieto, J.D. Meeldijk, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, J. Catal. 303 (2013), 31-40. DOI:. 10.1016/j.jcat.2013.02.023

68. Freeze-drying for controlled nanoparticle distribution in Co/SiO2 Fischer-Tropsch catalysts, T.M. Eggenhuisen, P. Munnik, H. Talsma, P.E. de Jongh, K.P de Jong, J. Catal. 297 (2013), 306-313.

67. Towards stable catalysts by controlling collective properties of supported metal nanoparticles
G. Prieto, J. Zecevic, H. Friedrich, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh
Nature Materials 12 (2013), 34-39.

66. Entrance size analysis of cagelike silica materials using differential scanning calorimetry, T.M. Eggenhuisen, G. Prieto, H. Talsma, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. C 116 (2012), 23383-23393.

65. Nanoconfined LiBH4 and enhanced mobility of Li+ and BH4- studied by solid-state NMR
M.H.W. Verkuijlen, P. Ngene, D.W. de Kort, C. Barre, A.C. Nale, E.R.H. van Eck, P.J.M. van Bentum, P.E. de Jongh, A.P.M. Kentgens, J. Phys. Chem. C 116 (2012), 22169-22178.

64. Enhanced reversibility of H2 sorption in nanoconfined complex metal hydrides by alkali metal addition
J. Gao, P. Ngene, I. Lindemann, O. Gutfleisch, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, J. Mat. Chem. 22 (2012), 13209-13215.

63. H2PtCl6-derived Pt Nanoparticles on USY zeolite: a qualitative and quantitative 3D study
J. Zecevic, A.M.J. van der Eerden, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Micr. Mesop. Mater. 22 (2012), 13209-13215.

62. Quantitative Assesment of Pore Blockage in Supported Catalysts: Comparing Differential Scanning Calorimetry and Physisorption
T.M. Eggenhuisen, J. Zecevic, H. Talsma, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh
J. Phys. Chem. C 116 (2012), 7480-7490

61. In-situ X-Ray Raman Spectroscopy of LiBH4
P.S. Miedema, P. Ngene, A.M.J. van der Eerden, T.-C. Weng, D. Nordlund, D. Sokaras, R.A. Mori, A. Juhin, P.E. de Jongh, F.M.F. de Groot
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 14 (2012), 5581-5587.

60. 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.

59. EXAFS investigation of the destabilization of the Mg-Ni-Ti(H) system
Q. Zheng, Y. Pivak, L.P.A. Mooij, A.M.J. van der Eerden, H. Schreuders, P.E. de Jongh, J.H. Bitter, B. Dam, Int. J. Hydr. Energ. 37 (2012), 4161-4169.

58. 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

57. Copper Nitrate Redispersion to Arrive at Highly Active Silica-Supported Copper Catalysts
P. Munnik, M. Wolters, A. Gabrielsson, S.D. Pollington, G. Headdock, J.H. Bitter, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong,J. Phys. Chem. C 115 (2011), 14698-14708.

56. The role of Ni in increasing the reversibility of the hydrogen release from nanoconfined LiBH4
P. Ngene, M.H.W. Verkuijlen, Q. Zheng, J. Kragten, P.J.M. van
Bentum, J.H. Bitter, P. E. de Jongh, Farad. Disc. 151 (2011), 47-58.

55. A Quantitative Electron Tomography Study of Ru particles on the interior and exterior surfaces of Carbon Nanotubes
H. Friedrich, S-J. Guo, P.E. de Jongh, X-L. Pan, X-H. Bao, K.P. de Jong
ChemSusChem 4 (2011) 957-963.

54. How NO affects nickel and cobalt nitrates at low temperatures to arrive at highly dispersed silica-supported nickel and cobalt catalysts
M. Wolters, P. Munnik, J.H. Bitter, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong
J. Phys. Chem. C 8 (2011), 3332-3339.

53. Alkaline treatment of template containing zeolites: Introducing mesoporosity while preserving acidity
A.N.C. van Laak, L. Zhang, A.N. Parvulescu, P.C.A. Bruijnincx, B.M. weckhuysen, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Cat. Today 168 (2011) 48-56.

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

51. The impact of carbon materials on the hydrogen storage properties of light metal hydrides
P. Adelhelm, P.E. de Jongh, J. Mater. Chem. 21 (2011), 2417-2427.

50. Combining confinement and NO calcination to arrive at highly dispered supported nickel and cobalt oxide catalysts with a tunable particle size
M. Wolters, L.J.W. van Grotel, T.M. Eggenhuisen, J.R.A. Sietsma, K.P. de Jong, and P.E. de Jongh, Cat. Today 163 (2011), 27-32.

49. Zeolite Y crystals with trimodal porosity as ideal hydrocracking catalysts
K.P. de Jong, J. Zecevic, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh, M. Bulut, S. van Donk, R. Kenmogne, A. Finiels, V. Hulea, F. Fajula,
Angew.Chem. Int. Edit. 49 (2010) 10074-10078.

48. Impact of NO on the decomposition of supported metal nitrate catalyst precursors and the final metal oxide dispersion
M. Wolters, I.C.A. Contreras Andrade, P. Munnik, J.H. Bitter, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, St. Surf. Sc. Catal. 174 (2010), 69-76.

47. Nanosizing and confinement: new strategies towards meeting hydrogen storage goals
P. E. de Jongh, P. Adelhelm, ChemSusChem 3 (2010) 1332-1348.

46. Fundamentals of Melt Infiltration for the Preparation of Supported Metal Catalysts. The Case of Co/SiO2 Fischer Tropsch Catalysts
T. M. Eggenhuisen, J. P. den Breejen, D. Verdoes, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc.132 (2011) 18318-18325.

45. Mesoporous mordenites obtained by sequential acid and alkaline treatments – Catalysts for cumene production with enhanced acessesibility
A.N.C. van laak, S. L. Sagala, J. Zecevic, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, L. Zhang, A. Parvalescu, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong
J.Catal. 276 (2010), 170-180

44. 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.

43. Alkaline treatment on commercially available aluminum rich mordenite
A.N.C. van laak, R.W. Gosselink, S.L. Sagala, J.D. Meeldijk, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Appl. Cat. A 382 (2010) 65-72.

42. Confinement of NaAlH4 in nanoporous carbon: impact on H2 release, reversibility and thermodynamics
J. Gao, P. Adelhelm, M.H.W. Verkuijlen, C. Rongeat, M. Herrich, P.J. M. van Bentum, O. Gutfleisch, A.P.M. Kentgens, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh
J. Phys. Chem. C 114 (2010) 4675-4682.

41. Drift/MS/Isotopic Labeling Study on the NO Moderated Decomposition of a Silica Supported Nickel Nitrate Catalyst Precursor
M. Wolters, H. Daly, A. Goguet, F.C. Meunier, C. Hardacre, J.H. Bitter, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. C. 114 (2010) 7830-7845.

40. LiBH4/SBA-15 Nanocomposites Prepared by Melt Infiltration under Hydrogen Pressure: Synthesis and Hydrogen Sorption Properties
P. Ngene, P. Adelhelm, A.M. Beale, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh
J. Phys. Chem. C. 114 (2010) 6163-6168.

39. Comprehensive study of melt infiltration for the synthesis of NaAlH4/C nanocomposites for hydrogen storage
P. Adelhelm, J. Gao, M. H. W. Verkuijlen, C. Rongeat, M. Herrich, P. J. M. van Bentum, O. Gutfleisch, A. P. M. Kentgens, K. P. de Jong, and P. E. de Jongh, Chem. Mater. 22 (2010) 2233

38. Insight into the Effect of Dealumination on Mordenite using Experimentally Validated Simulation
S. Ban, A.N.C. van laak, J. Landers, A. Neimark, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, T.J.H. Vlugt, J. Phys. Chem. C 114 (2010) 2065.

37. Solid-state NMR studies of the local structure of NaAlH4/C nanocomposites at different stages of hydrogen desorption and rehydrogenation,
M. H.W. Verkuijlen, J. Gao,P. Adelhelm, P. J. M. van Bentum, P. E. de Jongh, and A.P.M. Kentgens, J. Phys. Chem. C, 114 (2010) 4683.

36. 2-Point correlation function of nanostructured materials via the grey-tone correlation function of electron tomograms: A three-dimensional structural analysis of ordered mesoporous silica
C.J. Gommes, H. Friedrich, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong
Acta Mater. 58 (2010) 770.

35. Direct assessment of molecular transport in mordenite; Dominance of surface resistances
L. Zhang, C. Chmelik, A.N.C. van Laak, J. Kärger, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong
Chem. Comm. 42 (2009), 6424-6426.

34. Synthesis of Large Mordenite Crystals with Different Aspect Ratios
L. Zhang, A.N.C. van Laak, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong
Micr. Mesopor. Mater. 126 (2009) 115.

33. How Intimate contact with nanoporous carbon benefits the reversible hydrogen desorption from NaH and NaAlH4
P. Adelhelm, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh
Chem. Comm. (2009) 6261.

32. Impregnation of Mesoporous Silica for Catalyst Preparation Studied with Differential Scanning Calorimetry
T.M. Eggenhuisen, M.J. van Steenbergen, H. Talsma, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, J. Phys. Chem. C 113 (2009) 16785.

31. Ethylene-bridged periodic mesoporous organosilicas with ultra-large mesopores C. Vercaemst, P.E. de Jongh, J.D. Meeldijk, B. Goderis, F. Verpoort, P. van der Voort, Chem. Commun. 27 (2009) 4052.

30. Quantitative structural analysis of binary nanocrystal superlattices by electron tomography
H. Friedrich, C. Gommes, K. Overgaag, J. D. Meeldijk, W. Evers, B. de Nijs, M. Boneschanscher, P. E. de Jongh, A. J. Verkleij, K.P. de Jong, A. van Blaaderen, Nano Lett. 9 (2009) 2719.

29. Binary Nanoparticle Superlattices in 3D: from Quantitative Analysis of Crystal Structures to Characterization of Lattice Defects
H. Friedrich, C.J. Gommes, K. Overgaag, P.E.de Jongh, A.J. Verkleij, K.P. de Jong, A. van Blaaderen, D. Vanmaekelbergh, Microsc. Microanal. 15 (2009) 1192.

28. The structural characterization and H2 sorption properties of carbon-supported Mg1-xNix nanocrystallites
R. Bogerd, P. Adelhelm, J.H. Meeldijk, K.P. de Jong and P.E. de Jongh Nanotechnology 20 (2009) 204019.

27. 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.

26. Quantitative Characterization of Pore Corrugation in Ordered Mesoporous Materials Using Image Analysis of Electron Tomograms (cited 23, IF=6.4)
Cedric J. Gommes, Heiner Friedrich, Mariska Wolters, Petra E. de Jongh, and Krijn P. de Jong, Chem. Mater. 21 (2009) 1311-1317.

25. Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas Consisting of 3D Hexagonally Ordered Interconnected Globular Pores
Carl Vercaemst, Heiner Friedrich, Petra E. de Jongh, Alex V. Neimark, Bart Goderis, Francis Verpoort, and Pascal Van Der Voort
J. Phys. Chem. C113 (2009) 5556–556.
24. Nanoscale composition modulations in MgyTi1-yHx thin film alloys for hydrogen storage
A. Baldi, R. Gremaud, D.M. Borsa, C.P. Baldé, A.M.J. van der Eerden, G.L. Kruijtzer, P.E. de Jongh, B. Dam, R. Griessen
Int. J. Hydr. En. 34 (2009), 1450-1457.

23. How nitric oxide affects the decomposition of supported nickel nitrate to arrive at highly dispersed catalysts
J.R.A. Sietsma, H. Friedrich. A. Broersma, M. Versluijs-Helder, A.J. van Dillen, P.E. de Jongh and K.P. de Jong, J. Catal. 260 (2008) 227-235.

22. Ordered Mesoporous Silica to Study the Preparation of Ni/SiO2 ex nitrate catalysts: Impregnation, drying and thermal treatments
J.R.A. Sietsma, J.D. Meeldijk, M. Versluijs-Helder, A. Broersma, J.A. van Dillen, P.E de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Chem. Mater. 20 (2008) 2921-2931.

21. The Preparation of Carbon-supported Magnesium Nanoparticles using Melt Infiltration
P.E. de Jongh, R.W.P. Wagemans, T.M. Eggenhuisen, B.S. Dauvillier, P.B. Radstake, J.D. Meeldijk, J.W. Geus, and K.P. de Jong, Chem. Mater. 19 (2007) 6052-6057.

20. Benzene adsorption and desorption in mordenite
A.N.C. van Laak, K.P. de Jong, P.E. de Jongh, Stud. Surf. Sc. Catal. 170 (2006), 934-941.

19. Highly active cobalt-on-silica catalysts for the fischer-tropsch synthesis obtained via a novel calcination procedure
J.R.A. Sietsma, J.P. den Breejen, P.E. de Jongh, J. van Dillen, J.H. Bitter, K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sc. Catal. 167 (2007), 55-60.

18. Adsorption selectivity of benzene/propene mixtures for various zeolites
S. Ban, A. van Laak, P.E. de Jongh, J.P.J.M. van der Eerden, and T.J.H. Vlugt, J. Phys. Chem. C 111 (2007) 17241-17248.

17. Measuring Location, Size, Distribution, and Loading of NiO Crystallites in Individual SBA-15 Pores by Electron Tomography
H. Friedrich, J.R.A. Sietsma, P.E. de Jongh, A.J. Verkleij and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 10249-10254.

16. 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.

15. Application of ordered mesoporous materials as model supports to study catalyst preparation by impregnation and drying
J.R.A. Sietsma, J. van Dillen, P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, Stud. Surf. Sc. Catal. 162 (2006), 195-202.

14. High-Resolution Electron Tomography Study of an Industrial Ni-Mo/γ-Al2O3 Hydrotreating Catalyst
K.P. de Jong, L.C A. van den Oetelaar, E.T.C. Vogt, S. Eijsbouts, A.J. Koster, H. Friedrich, and P. E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem B. 110 (2006) 10209-10212.

13. Hydrogen Storage in Magnesium Clusters: Quantum Chemical Study
R.W.P. Wagemans, J.H. van Lenthe, P.E. de Jongh, A.J. van Dillen and K.P. de Jong, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127 (2005) 16675-16680.

Philips (1999-2004):
12. Wet-Chemical Formation of Aluminophosphates
P.E. de Jongh, P. van Tilborg, and H.J. Wondergem,
J. Sol-Gel Sci. and Techn.. 31 (2004) 241

11. Effect of Current Pulses on Lithium Intercalation Batteries
P.E. de Jongh and P.H.L Notten, Solid State Ionics 148 (2002) 259

10. Non-dispersive trap-limited electron transport in macroporous GaP, A.L. Roest, P.E. de Jongh, and D. Vanmaekelbergh
Phys.Rev. B. 62 (2000) 16926

From PhD research (1995-1999):

9. Charge Carrier Dynamics in Illuminated, Particulate ZnO Electrodes
P.E. de Jongh, E.A. Meulenkamp, D. Vanmaekelbergh, J.J. Kelly
J. Phys. Chem. B 104 (2000) 7686.

8. Photoelectrochemistry of Electrodeposited Cu2O
P.E. de Jongh, D. Vanmaekelbergh, and J.J. Kelly
J. Electrochem. Soc. 147 (2000) 486.

7. Electron Transport in Disordered Semiconductors Studied by a Small Modulation of the Steady State
D. Vanmaekelbergh, P. E. de Jongh, Phys. Rev. B. 61 (2000) 4699

6. Electrodeposition and photoelectrochemistry of Cu2O in aqueous solutions
P.E. de Jongh, D. Vanmaekelbergh, J.J. Kelly, Z. Phys. Chem. 212 (1999) 178.

5. Cu2O: Electrodeposition and Characterisation
P.E. de Jongh, D. Vanmaekelbergh, J.J. Kelly, Chem. Mater. 11 (1999) 3512

4. Driving force for Electron Transport in Porous Nanostructured Electrodes,
D. Vanmaekelbergh and P.E. de Jongh, J. Phys. Chem. B 103 (1999) 747

3. Cu2O: A Catalyst for the Electrochemical Decomposition of Water?
P.E. de Jongh, D. Vanmaekelbergh, J.J. Kelly, Chem. Comm. (1999) 1069

2. Investigation of the Electronic Transport Properties of Nanocrystalline Particulate TiO2 Electrodes by Intensity-Modulated Photocurrent Spectroscopy
P.E. de Jongh and D. Vanmaekelbergh, J. Phys. Chem. B. 101 (1997) 2716

1. 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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Additional functions and activities

Boards and Committees (selection):

  • Scientific  Advisory Board of the Helmholtz Institute - Berlin, Germany (2016-)
  • Member of the programme committee TKI-NCI (2014-)
  • Member of the International Energy Agency Task 32 – “Hydrogen Based Energy Storage” (2013-)
  • Member of NWO-VIDI jury committee – division Chemical Sciences (2012-)
  • Member of the Management Committee of European COST Action “Nanostructured Materials for Solid State Hydrogen Storage” (2011-)
  • Director of the MSc program “Nanomaterials-Chemistry and Physics” at Utrecht University (UU) (2011-)
  • Member of the Board of Studies of the Graduate School of Natural Sciences at UU (2011-)
  • Member of the Executive Board of the US-DOE EFRC consortium “Center for Atomic-Level Catalyst Design” (2010-)
  • Member of the Research Advisory Board of the Department of Chemistry at UU (2010-)
  • Member of the NWO-ACTS national Sustainable Hydrogen program committee (2008-2013)
  • Project partner of the International Research Training Group “Diffusion in Porous Materials” (DFG and NWO sponsored) (2008-2012)

 
Involvement in the organisation of conferences (selection):

  • Invited Session leader at the Gordon conference on Catalysis, (June 2014, New London-New Hampshire, USA)
  • Co-organiser CatPrep European Summer School on Catalyst Preparation, May 2014, Vogüé (France)
  • Chair Session “Catalyst Design and Synthesis” at the 23rd NAM (North American Meeting), June 2013, Louisville (KY, USA)
  • Selection abstracts for the session “New concepts in Catalyst Design and Preparation”, XIth European Congress on Catalysis, September 2013, Lyon (France)
  • Organiser MRS Spring Meeting 2012 Symposium P: “Advanced Materials and Nanoframeworks for Hydrogen Storage and Carbon Capture” (April 2012, San Francisco, CA, USA)
  • Gordon Conference on Metal-Hydrogen Systems 2011, chair of the session “Hydrogenation and Dehydrogenation in Nanoconfined Materials” (July 2011, Easton, MA, USA)
  • ACS Spring Meeting, Session Chair Hydrogen Storage Materials, March 2011, Anaheim, USA)
  • HYDROGEN, Session Chair (November 2010, Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands)
  • Netherlands Catalysis Conference, Organiser of the session “Microporous and Mesoporous Materials” (March 2010, Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands)
  • 6th International Mesostructured Materials Symposium, session chair (September 2008, Namur, Belgium)

 
Membership of professional societies:

  • Netherlands: Dutch Chemical Society, Dutch Catalysis Society
  • USA: American Chemical Society, Materials Research Society

 
Commissions of trust:
Regular reviewer for several journals, among which high impact journals such as:

  • Nature journals
  • Advanced Materials
  • Energy and Environmental Science
  • ACS Nano
  • Nanoscale
  • Angewandte Chemie
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society.

Regular reviewer of research proposals:

  • Nationally: NWO Vidi, STW, ACTS
  • European: Belgian (FWO), Swiss, British
  • US: NSF, DOE, Evaluations Nat. Lab., University Researchers.
  • Other: South America, Israel
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David de Wiedgebouw

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