Electrochemical Removal of NOx
Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx
Direct Carbon Fuel Cell
Kent Kammer Hansen was born in 1969 in Ølstykke, Denmark. He
went to public school in Ølstykke and to high school in
neighbouring town Stenløse. In 1997 Kent graduated from the
Technical University of Denmark as a chemical engineer. In 2001 he
obtained his PhD-degree from the Technical University of Denmark.
After this he got a position as a Scientist at Risø National
Laboratory, and he was later to become a Senior Researcher, at what
is now part of the Technical University of Denmark. The focus of
Kent’s research has always been materials science coupled
with electrochemistry. Kent has been working with electro-chromic
materials, lithium intercalation cathodes, solid oxide fuel cells
and electrochemical removal of pollutants, especially nitric oxide.
He is the author or co-author of 71 papers and 4 patents. He has
been the supervisor of 10 PhD-students and several postdocs. In his
spare time he enjoys music, football and a beer at his local pub.
Kent is single and lives in Ølstykke, Denmark. - See more