16th International Congress on Catalysis (ICC 16)

  • Author/Organiser: Can Li, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Event Website: http://www.icc2016china.com
  • Event Date: 03 July 2016 to 08 July 2016
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Beijing, China

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The event, with the theme of Catalysis for the Sustainable Development of the World, will feature the crucial role of catalysis in improving the efficiencies of energy production and utilization of fossil resources, developing renewable energy, and abating/eliminating pollutants emission to the environment. The congress aims to serve as a platform to exchange new ideas and discuss the advances in all areas of catalysis.


Topics

  • 1. Catalytic Mechanisms
    1-1. Spectroscopic and Visualizing Characterizations
    1-2. Surface Chemistry, Reaction Kinetics and Mechanisms
    1-3. Molecular Simulation and Theoretical Modeling
    1-4. New Concepts for CatalysisSpectroscopic and Visualizing Characterizations
  • 2. Catalytic Materials
    2-1. Nanostructured Catalytic Materials
    2-2. Micro- and Meso-Porous Catalytic Materials
    2-3. Novel Design and Synthetic Approaches
  • 3. Catalysis for Energy
    3-1. Efficient Utilization of Fossil Sources
    3-2. Clean Energy Conversion: Electrocatalysis
    3-3. Biomass Conversion
    3-4. Photocatalysis for Hydrogen Production
  • 4. Environmental Catalysis
    4-1. Automotive Exhaust Cleanup
    4-2. Water Pollution Control
    4-3. Air Pollution Control
    4-4. Updating and Utilization of Wastes
  • 5. Catalysis for Chemical Synthesis
    5-1. Green Synthesis
    5-2. Petrochemicals
    5-3. Fine Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals
    5-4. Selective Oxidation & Hydrogenation
  • 6. Cross-Disciplinary
    6-1. Integration of Heterogeneous and Homogeneous
    6-2. Organic Catalysis
    6-3. Biomimetic Catalysis
    6-4. Industrial Catalysis


Plenary Speakers

  • Bruce C. Gates, University of California, Davis, USA
    Molecular and single-site metal catalysis on surfaces
  • Charles T. Campbell, University of Washington, USA
    Thermodynamics and kinetics of elementary reaction steps on late transition metal catalysts, and in their sintering
  • Krijn P. de Jong, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
    Nanoscale effects in heterogeneous catalysis
  • Matthias Beller, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis at the University of Rostock, Germany
    Bridging homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis: what can we learn from each other?
  • Thomas F. Degnan, Jr, ExxonMobil Chemical Company / University of Notre Dame, USA
    Recent advances in the application of zeolites for the production of fuels and petrochemicals

 

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