Eline Hutter uses advanced spectroscopic and structural characterization to investigate the relationship between the optoelectronic and structural properties of semiconductor materials (a.o. perovskites) and their activity and selectivity as photocatalysts. Her long-term research goal is to find non-toxic semiconductor materials that use (sun-)light to deplete in-house and outdoor air pollutants, which could then be used to add unique functionalities to coatings.
2020 – to date: Tenure-track assistant professor at the Utrecht University hub of the Advanced Research Center Chemical Building Blocks Consortium (ARC CBBC)
2018-2019: Postdoctoral fellow in the group of Dr. Ehrler at AMOLF (NL)
Early Stage Researcher
2018: PhD degree in Chemical Engineering from Delft University of Technology (cum laude) under the supervision of Dr. ir. Tom Savenije (NL)
2017: Fulbright Visiting Scholar in the group of Dr. Karunadasa at Stanford University (USA)
2014: Master degree in Chemical Sciences (cum laude) from Utrecht University (NL)
Awards and Scientific Honors
Martinus van Marum prize (2019) from the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities (KHMW)
Veni research grant (2019) from the Dutch Research Council (NWO)
Fulbright research grant (2017)
Routes toward Long-Term Stability of Mixed-Halide Perovskites Journal Article
Matter, 2 (4), pp. 800-802, 2020.
Pitfalls and prospects of optical spectroscopy to characterize perovskite-transport layer interfaces Journal Article
Applied Physics Letters, 116 (10), 2020.
Quantifying Charge-Carrier Mobilities and Recombination Rates in Metal Halide Perovskites from Time-Resolved Microwave Photoconductivity Measurements Journal Article
Advanced Energy Materials, 2020.
Morphological and chemical transformations of single silica-coated CdSe/CdS nanorods upon fs-laser excitation Journal Article
Nanoscale, 9 (14), pp. 4810-4818, 2017.
Conformal and atomic characterization of ultrathin CdSe platelets with a helical shape Journal Article
Nano Letters, 14 (11), pp. 6257-6262, 2014.
Method to incorporate anisotropic semiconductor nanocrystals of all shapes in an ultrathin and uniform silica shell Journal Article
Chemistry of Materials, 26 (5), pp. 1905-1911, 2014.
Particle shape anisotropy in pickering emulsions: Cubes and peanuts Journal Article
Langmuir, 30 (4), pp. 955-964, 2014.