Aleksey Yaremchenko (born in 1977, Mogilev, Belarus) is Principal Researcher at the CICECO - Aveiro Institute of Materials, Department of Materials and Ceramic Engineering, University of Aveiro.
Aleksey Yaremchenko got PhD degree in Chemistry in 2002 from the Belarusian State University (Minsk, Belarus). In the same year, he joined CICECO, University of Aveiro.
He published ca. 150 SCI papers with ca. 4500 citations (h-index 37).
Research Interests: Development of ionic, electronic and mixed ionic-electronic conductors and composite metarials for energy-conversion technologies; studies of their properties, chemical and thermal stability, redox behavior, electrochemical and electrocatalytic performance; Alternative cathode, anode and solid electrolyte materials for SOFC/SOEC applications; Nanostructured electrocatalysts for hydrocarbon (natural gas, biogas) conversion and fuel cell applications; Oxygen-selective ceramic mixed-conducting membranes for oxygen separation from air and partial oxidation of light hydrocarbon; Surface activation methods; Reversible solid electrolyte cells for energy storage (high-temperature steam electrolysis, carbon dioxide electrolysis); Alternative concepts for high-temperature rechargeable batteries; Oxide thermoelectric materials.