Europacat 2019
A joint event of the catalysis communities from Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium

Keynote Speakers

Brückner

Exploring active sites and reaction pathways in redox catalysis by multiple operando spectroscopy

A. Brückner, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Rostock/D

Bruijnicx

Sustainable Chemicals Production from Biomass and Other Renewable Feeds: Catalyst Design, Route Development and Feed Characterization

P. Bruijnincx, Utrecht University/NL

Chizallet

Realistic modeling of industrial heterogeneous catalysts in reactive environment:  from Density Functional Theory simulations to predictive kinetic models

C. Chizallet, IFP Energies nouvelles, Solaize/F

Dyson

Upgrading biomass through catalytic processes

P. Dyson, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne/CH

Groppo

Olefin polymerization catalysis: is it really a mature field of research?

E. Groppo, University of Turin/I

Hardacre

Non-Thermal Plasma Activated Catalysis

C. Hardacre, The University of Manchester/UK

Heracleous

Catalysis in downstream processing for the cascade production of high added value biochemicals and biofuels

E. Heracleous, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Thessaloniki/GR

Koptyug

A new spin for catalysis: from elucidating reaction mechanisms to advancing modern medical diagnostics

I. V. Koptyug, International Tomography Center, Novosibirsk/RUS

Pan

OX-ZEO catalyst concept for selective conversion of syngas

X. Pan, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dalian/PRC

Sautet

Active sites in catalytic conditions: a computational perspective

P. Sautet, UCLA Los Angeles/USA

Sels

The role of heterogeneous catalysis in biomass conversion

B. Sels, KU Leuven/B

Sojka

Redox Catalysis on Oxide Nanocrystals for Air Pollution Care – a Conceptual Account

Z. Sojka, Jagiellonian University/PL

Urakawa

Holistic understanding of catalytic performance through physicochemical gradients on surface and in fluid

A. Urakawa, Delft University of Technology/NL

Williams

Switchable Polymerization Catalysis: Order From Mixtures

C. Williams, University of Oxford/UK

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