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

Confirmed keynote speakers as of 1 June 2018

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, Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ)/E

Williams

Switchable Polymerization Catalysis: Order From Mixtures

C. Williams, University of Oxford/UK

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