Open Call for Papers: Frontiers in Electrocatalysis for Clean Energy

Journal of Materials Chemistry A is pleased to announce an open call for papers, for the upcoming themed collection:

Frontiers in electrocatalysis for clean energy’

Guest Edited by:

Huang Yizhong, (NTU, Singapore),

Anders Hagfeldt, (Uppsala University, Sweden),

Kelsey Stoerzinger, (University of Minnesota, USA),

Lead Guest Editor: Ahsan Ul Haq Qurashi, (Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi),


In this themed collection, the major focus will be on materials interplay in the electrochemical microenvironment, long term stability of earth abundant electrocatalysts, frontiers in theoretical understanding of nano-interfaces, role of Operando techniques, Benchmarking C2 products from CO2 reduction and outperforming electrocatalytic materials for other electrochemical reactions.

  • Electrocatalysts in confined atmosphere (materials interplay and micro-environment),
  • Long-term stability of earth-abundant electrocatalysts, Single, Dual (Dimers) and Tri (trimers) atom electrocatalysts and their theoretical investigations.
  • Anti-corrosive performance of electrocatalysts, Operando investigations of next generation electrocatalysts, critical role of novel conducting support for electrocatalysts, electrocatalyst structural transformation and influence of micro-environment.
  • Long-term electrocatalyst performance in PV integrated reactions.
  • Benchmarking electrocatalyst for C2 products in carbon dioxide conversion.
  • Outperforming electrocatalyst for nitrogen & nitrate reduction, hydrogen and hydrogen peroxide production and their overall efficiency.

 Submission deadline extended to 26 April 2024!



Ready to submit your manuscript? Visit our online submissions platform: Please don’t forget to add that, this submission will be for the themed collection for electrocatalysts, so that we may correctly allocate your paper.


All submissions will undergo a rigorous peer review process, including an initial Editorial assessment as to suitability for the journal before potential peer review.

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