Tess van Eeden

Tess van Eeden
Room - David de Wied, 5th floor study area

Tess van Eeden works as a research and education assistant in the Weckhuysen group. She supports various educational tasks, e.g. editing a study book written by Bert Weckhuysen which will be used for the third-year Catalysis course at Utrecht University. She also helps to shape a new interdisciplinary Honours program, called the Da Vinci project, where students with different backgrounds work together on sustainability-related challenges commissioned by various stakeholders. Furthermore, Tess assists in the construction of small-scale set-ups that simulate the (applications of) research performed in the Weckhuysen group. These so-called demonstrators enable us to show to the outside world what we do here and why this is so interesting and socially relevant.


Wijten, J H J; Mandemaker, L D B; van Eeden, T C; Dubbeld, J E; Weckhuysen, B M

In Situ Study on Ni–Mo Stability in a Water-Splitting Device: Effect of Catalyst Substrate and Electric Potential Journal Article

ChemSusChem, 13 (12), pp. 3172-3179, 2020.

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