7th International Conference on Environmental Catalysis

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The aim of this conference is to offer an overview of the most advanced research studies in the field of environmental catalysis. All aspects, from the development and characterization of innovative catalytic materials up to their application for the environmental protection, will be reviewed. Multidisciplinary approaches will be highlighted.

The scientific program will be organized in 3 parallel sessions and expand over three and half days. Three plenary lectures will offer a large overview on the interactions between pollution and health, pollution and climate and pollution and economy or geopolitics. Finally, keynote lectures will systematically introduce each specific topic for every morning and afternoon sessions.

The scientific programme of ICEC 2012 will be organised around 5 main topics :

  • Catalysis for automotive pollution control
    DeNOx (SCR, NOx traps), particulate emission control, TWC, DOC...
  • Catalysis for air treatment
    Indoor air, stationary sources (VOC, NOx, HAP, particulates...)...
  • Catalysis for water treatment
    Catalytic elimination of water pollutants (including photo- and electro-catalysis), liquid waste valorization
  • Catalysis for clean energy
    Clean fuels, hydrogen production (Reforming, WGS...), Fischer Tropsch, biofuels
  • Catalysis for green chemistry
    CO2 valorization, biomass to chemicals, green catalytic processes

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