2nd Carbon Dioxide Conversion Catalysis Virtual Conference

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This meeting is a continuation of the Zing Conferences Carbon Dioxide Conversion Catalysis series.

Brings together academic and industrial experts focusing on the catalytic conversion of carbon dioxide into value-added products. The conference will feature several relevant topics dealing with either heterogeneous, homogeneous or hybrid forms of catalytic solutions for the production of fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals, polymers and energy vectors.

The topical areas of the conference include new and improved synthesis of CO2-based polymers, heterocyclic synthesis, photocatalytic & electrocatalytic conversions, energy storage using CO2, new recycling strategies, new catalyst developments, biobased synthesis based on CO2, mechanistic analysis of CO2 processes and industrially relevant CO2 conversions.

The scientific sessions are set up to maximize interactions between the participants, with ample room for discussions during the conference. The main objective of the conference is to become a key reference for networking, and exploration of new ideas and collaborations in CO2 valorisation.

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Shoubhik Das (University of Antwerp)
Giulia Fiorani (Ca' Foscari University)
Gabriella Garbarino (University of Genova)
Annelie Jongerius (Avantium)
Cor Koning (Covestro)
Julio Lloret-Fillol (ICIQ)

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