David Eisenberg

david b&wPostdoctoral fellow in Chemistry, University of Amsterdam.

Working at the fizzling interface of material science and electrochemistry, in the context of sustainable energy storage and use.

PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, with Prof. Roy Shenhar, studying the self-assembly of highly-charged fullerene fragments.

Moved to the lab of Prof. Allen Bard (UT-Austin) to study photo-electrochemistry of water splitting and analytical techniques for energy loss mechanisms. Worked with Prof. Adam Heller (UT-Austin) on developing unique carbon materials for energy applications.

Currently at the University of Amsterdam, leading an electrocatalysis team at the group of Prof. Gadi Rothenberg.