Prof. dr. Bernard Dam

Full Professor

  • +31 (0)15 27 84342
  • B.Dam@tudelft.nl
  • Building 58, D1.280
    Van der Maasweg 9
    2629 HZ Delft
    The Netherlands

     

    Management Assistant
    Roos Roeling
    +31 (0)15 27 82165
    M.A.H.Roeling@tudelft.nl

Within the MECS group, Bernard Dam focusses on relations between growth, (defect)structure and physical properties. At present he investigates metal hydride based hydrogen sensors (together with Lars Bannenberg), chemochromic thin films and hydride-based solid state electrolytes. Together with John Nijenhuis and Wim Haije he started the e-Refinery initiative which aims for a multidisciplinary approach to the electrochemical conversion processes for the production of fossil-free fuels and feedstock (see Delft e-Refinery program).

Academic background

Bernard Dam was trained as a physical chemist at the Radboud University Nijmegen, where he obtained his PhD in 1986 with a thesis on incommensurately modulated crystals (Profs Bennema and Janner). After working on High-Tc superconductivity at Philips Research Labs in Eindhoven in 1992 he went to the  VU University in Amsterdam to extend his research to metal hydride thin films and their application in hydrogen storage and hydrogen sensing. For that purpose he developed a combinatorial screening technique called ‘Hydrogenography’. In 2009 he became full professor at Delft University of Technology to develop new materials for the hydrogen economy. 

  • +31 (0)15 27 84342
  • B.Dam@tudelft.nl
  • Building 58, D1.280
    Van der Maasweg 9
    2629 HZ Delft
    The Netherlands

     

    Management Assistant
    Roos Roeling
    +31 (0)15 27 82165
    M.A.H.Roeling@tudelft.nl

Keywords

Hydrogen Technology
Thin Film Deposition
Optical Sensing

Educational activities

subjects
2009 - Argumentation and Philosophy of Science
2010 - Chemical Thermodynamics
2009 - Structure of Materials
2010 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2010 - Chemical Thermodynamics First Year TA
2011 - Chemical Thermodynamics
2011 - Chemical Thermodynamics First Year TA
2012 - Chemical Thermodynamics
2011 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2013 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2013 - Chemical Thermodynamics
2012 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2014 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2012 - Chemical Thermodynamics First Year TA
2015 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2015 - Thermodynamics of Renewable Energy Systems
2017 - Fossil-Free Fuel and Feedstock
2017 - Hydrogen Technology
2017 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2016 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2016 - Thermodynamics of Renewable Energy Systems
2018 - Fossil-Free Fuel and Feedstock
2020 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2018 - Hydrogen Technology
2019 - Hydrogen Technology
2018 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)
2019 - Chemical Thermodynamics (CTD)