The conference covers all aspects of green chemistry.
- BIOMASS CONVERSION
Lignocellulosic biomass, vegetable oils, mono-, oligo- and polysaccharides, lignins, terpenes, proteins, glycerol, polyphenols, extractibles, furans, hexitol, bio-based aromatics, etc.
- WASTE AND SIDE STREAMS VALORIZATION
CO2, municipal waste, paper waste, food waste, etc.
- HOMOGENOUS, HETEROGENEOUS AND BIOCATALYSIS
Nanocatalysis, organometallics, organocatalysis, enzymatic catalysis, metallic catalysis, solid catalysts, hybrid catalysis, dual catalysis, bi- or multifunctional catalysts, tailor-made biocatalysts (obtained by protein or metabolic engineering), etc.
- POLYMERS OR COMPOSITES
Clean polymerization methodologies, biosourced polymers, eco-design of polymers and composites, recycling, upcycling of polymers, hybrid organic-inorganic materials, auto-assembly, etc.
- ALTERNATIVE SOLVENTS
Bio-based solvents, deep eutectic solvent, ionic liquids, supercritical fluids, CO2-switchable solvent, etc.
- ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
Microwaves, plasma, ultrasound, mechanochemistry, photochemistry, electrochemistry, etc.
- CLEAN REACTIONS
tandem and cascade reactions, one-pot reactions, multicomponent reactions, etc.
- CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Reactor design, process intensification, continuous flow reaction, microfluidic, kinetics, modeling, etc.
- INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY
Sustainable products, start-up innovation, legislations and regulations, innovation to markets, competitiveness, open innovation, green processing, business and development, accelerating development of sustainable products and processes, etc.
Hydrogen, energy storage, batteries, biofuels, solar cells, etc.
- MECHANISM INVESTIGATIONS
Kinetics, isotopic exchange, DFT, in situ characterization, etc.
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Predictive methods, big data, deep learning, automated synthesis, computer science, etc.
- LIFE CYCLE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Environmental fate of chemicals, impact on human health, transfer mechanism in eco-systems, end of life, predictive methods, etc
- NETWORKING AND EDUCATION
Partnership, public/private consortia, teaching, general public, sustainable chemistry and society, etc.
- Ben FERINGA, University of Groningen – Germany
- Donald HILVERT, ETH Zürich – Switzerland
- Teodoro LAINO, IBM – Switerzland
- Dionisios G. VLACHOS, University of Delaware – USA
- Walter LEITNER, RWTH Aachen University – Germany
- Arjan W. KLEIJ, Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ) – SPAIN