Noriko Sata


Noriko Sata is a senior researcher at DLR, the leader of WP3 and the 112CO2 project manager.
She is a scientist at DLR, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics in Stuttgart, Germany. She was engaged in fundamental studies on proton conducting ceramics at University of Tokyo and at Tohoku University, Japan, especially in thin film and multilayers, as well as physical vapor deposition techniques, such as Pulsed Laser Deposition. After she joined the group of high temperature cells and stacks at DLR in 2012, she has been involved in projects on solid oxide cells and proton conducting ceramics for fuel cell and electrolysis applications. In project 112CO2, she is responsible for the development of hydrogen pumping cells. She has published 90 peer-reviewed papers and contributed in a book “Proton-conducting Ceramics: From fundamentals to applied research” (2015).  

Scopus ID

The 112CO2 Project

Coordinator address

Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto
Departamento de Engenharia Química
Rua do Dr. Roberto Frias, s/n
4200-465 Porto,



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Framework Programme of

the European Union

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