Robin Geitenbeek is a (junior) assistant professor in the Weckhuysen group.
His research focusses on the development and application of novel spectroscopic techniques, with the main focus on luminescence thermometry and shell-isolated nanoparticle enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SHINERS). Using these techniques in situ it is possible to determine structure-performance relationships in catalytic systems while monitoring relevant reaction conditions in a non-invasive manner.
In Situ Local Temperature Mapping in Microscopy Nano-Reactors with Luminescence Thermometry Journal Article
ChemCatChem, 11 (22), pp. 5505-5512, 2019.
Operando monitoring of temperature and active species at the single catalyst particle level Journal Article
Nature Catalysis, 2 (11), pp. 986-996, 2019.
Chemically and thermally stable lanthanide-doped Y 2 O 3 nanoparticles for remote temperature sensing in catalytic environments Journal Article
Chemical Engineering Science, 198 , pp. 235-240, 2019.
Extending Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy to Liquids using Shell-Isolated Plasmonic Superstructures Journal Article
Chemistry - A European Journal, 2019.
Luminescence thermometry for: In situ temperature measurements in microfluidic devices Journal Article
Lab on a Chip, 19 (7), pp. 1236-1246, 2019.
Non-Boltzmann Luminescence in Na y F4:Eu3+: Implications for Luminescence Thermometry Journal Article
Physical Review Applied, 10 (6), 2018.
Reply to "overtone Vibrational Transition-Induced Lanthanide Excited-State Quenching in Yb3+/Er3+-Doped Upconversion Nanocrystals" Journal Article
ACS Nano, 12 (11), pp. 10576-10577, 2018.
Quenching Pathways in NaYF4:Er3+,Yb3+ Upconversion Nanocrystals Journal Article
ACS Nano, 12 (5), pp. 4812-4823, 2018.
NaYF4:Er3+,Yb3+/SiO2 Core/Shell Upconverting Nanocrystals for Luminescence Thermometry up to 900 K Journal Article
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 121 (6), pp. 3503-3510, 2017.
Co-precipitation synthesis and optical properties of Mn4+-doped hexafluoroaluminate w-LED phosphors Journal Article
Materials, 10 (11), 2017.
In Situ Probing of Stack-Templated Growth of Ultrathin Cu2-xS Nanosheets Journal Article
Chemistry of Materials, 28 (17), pp. 6381-6389, 2016, (cited By 9).