International Symposium on Relations between Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis (ISHHC18)

  • Author/Organiser: The Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI), Roger Stapleford
  • Event Website: http://www.ishhc18.com/
  • Event Date: 22 July 2018 to 25 July 2018
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Sydney, Australia
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The original concept of the symposium was to address the relationships between homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis. This has evolved to an even more united vision that now includes biocatalysis – a move driven by the many commonalities between the fields and a hope that united an even greater impact of catalysis as a means to address global challenges can be achieved. The key objective is to bring the three communities together in a creative environment, where all can learn from and be inspired by each other’s dreams, successes and breakthroughs.


Conference Theme

  • Catalysis at the Interfaces of Nanodomains


Topics

  • Control at the nanoscale
  • Designed interfaces
  • Compartmentalisation/Hybrid Approaches
  • Performance
  • Study of dynamic transformations of nanodomains
  • Advance tools for catalysis
  • Structures
  • Dynamics
  • Predictions
  • Imaging and Mapping
  • Separation & Analysis Technology


Selected Speakers

  • Avelino Corma
  • Mathias Beller
  • Serena DeBeer
  • Bert Weckhuysen
  • Moniek Tromp
  • Nicholas (Nick) J. Turner
  • Wei Wang
  • Joachim Sauer
  • King Kuok (Mimi) Hii
  • Chris Jones
  • Marisa Kozlowski
  • Jinlong Yang
  • Raphael Luque
  • Jean-Marie Basset
  • Barbara Messerle
  • Richard Catlow
  • Yan Liu
  • Silvia Bordiqa
  • Chris Easton
  • A. Stephen K. Hashmi
  • Shaobin Wang
  • Ayjan Vinu
  • Stephen Bell
  • Ulf Hanefeld
  • Leo Radom
  • Chunying Duan

 

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