I-16 – Solar thermochemical cycles based on redox-active oxygen-conducting metal oxides


Organizers: Ellen Stechel (Arizona State University), Andrea Ambrosini (Sandia National Laboratory), Anthony McDaniel (Sandia National Laboratory), Aldo Steinfeld (ETH Zurich), William Chueh (Stanford University).

Martin Roeb

DLR, Germany

Dr. Martin Roeb has been working as a scientist, project manager and group leader in DLR’s Solar Research Division in the field of solar high temperature applications, in particular on high temperature solar chemical engineering. His research interests are related to solar thermochemical water and CO2 splitting, solar upgrading of hydrocarbons, high temperature electrolysis and production processes of chemical commodities.