Prof. Elad Gross opened his lab in 2014. We are a physical chemistry group. Our group aims at elucidating the mechanisms that governs catalytic processes in order to prepare highly controllable catalysts suited for energy-needs of the 21st century society. In order to uncover the full potential of heterogeneous catalysis for energy applications, our research focuses on surface analysis of catalytic systems via high resolution nano spectroscopy. Elad gross's lab is part of the chemistry institute at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
Using silyl protecting group to enable post-deposition C–C coupling reactions of alkyne-functionalized N-heterocyclic carbene monolayers on Au surfaces
New publication: Electrochemical deposition of N-heterocyclic carbene monolayers on metal surfaces
Nat Commun 11, 5714 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-19500-7
Front Cover in physical chemistry chemical physics,
Volume 22 Number 34
14 September 2020
Scholarship & Prize
Congratulation to our Barak for receiving the Nano scholarship.
Congratulations to our Iris Berg for receiving The Clore Israel Foundation Scholarships
Congratulations on the ERC prize for High spatial resolution mapping of catalytic reactions
on single nanoparticles
Congratulations to Shahar Dery for receiving the 2020 NANO HUJI Award
Congratulations to our Iris Berg for winning the Dean Academy Award
Congratulation to Shahar Dery for his poster prize on the faculty chemistry day and in the Nano conference.
Congratulation to Iris Berg for her poster prize on the faculty chemistry day for the “Etgar” program for excellent students in Life Sciences.
Congratulation to Einav Amit for her poster prize on the faculty chemistry day.
Congratulation to Mazal Carmiel for her poster prize in the IVS conference.