E-MRS Spring 2012 - Symposium S
Novel materials for hetereogeneous catalysis
Catalysis is an important field of chemistry that has an enormous impact on industrial processes and environmental technology. In this direction, novel materials show great potential and open new perspectives to new catalytic processes for industrial and academic research.
The aim of this symposium is to establish a platform between material sciences and catalytic applications. Particular interest will be paid to rational, novel and systematic synthesis of materials with catalytic properties. The symposium will focus its attention in nano- and single site materials.
Hot topics to be covered by the symposium
The symposium will be divided into four sessions (topics described below), each sponsored from a defined company and with a prominent invited lecture (vide infra). The sessions will be distributed within one day (two in the morning and two in the afternoon).
1. Engineering of single site heterogeneous catalysts with defined pore structure (Aldrich session)
2. Nano oxides for catalysis (Hiden Analytical session)
3. Systematic screening of novel materials (HTE session)
4. From theory to application
Published in Catalyst Today by ELSEVIER
Jeroen Anton van Bokhoven
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