30th ATC 2022: Industrial Inorganic Chemistry - Materials and Processes & 2nd ATC PhD Student Workshop

  • Author/Organiser: DECHEMA, Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e.V.
  • Event Website: https://dechema.de/30_ATC_22.html
  • Event Date: 23 February 2022 to 25 February 2022
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: DECHEMA-Haus, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  • Associated Societies: DECHEMA (Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e.V.), Germany

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Research in inorganic chemistry has been the key to manifold applications and covers very diverse fields as electronics, energy generation, -conversion and -storage, analytical methods or consumer products. The 30th anniversary ATC 2022 will deal with a present “hot topic” that will shape the future, and have an impact on science and the economy: Green Deal in inorganic chemistry.

Experts from industry and academia will present and discuss all aspects of this topic - a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary exchange and the development of new ideas

Plenary lecture

  • Inorganic solid state chemistry as a key to new syngas conversion catalysts
    M. Behrens, Universität Kiel/D

CO2 neutrality and conversion in inorganic chemistry

  • Carbon capture and energy efficient gas separation with membranes based on metal-organic framework materials
    A. Knebel, Otto Schott Institut, Jena/D
  • Methane pyrolysis for CO2-free hydrogen production – updates from research and development
    A. Bode, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D
  • What is an Ammonia Economy
    A. Nymand-Andersen, Evonik Operations GmbH, Essen/D
  • Photocatalytic CO2 reduction: only a scientific playground or a reaction with future potential?
    J. Strunk, Leibniz Institut, Rostock/D
  • Light-driven activation of small molecules: quantum chemical insights into photochemical nitrogen fixation
    V. Krewald, TU Darmstadt/D
  • New approaches to C1, N1 and N2 transfer
    D. Munz, Universität Saarbrücken/D

Advanced Characterization Methods

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    B. Hinrichsen, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D
  • Electron Spins as Probes for Catalysis Research
    A. Schnegg, MPI, Mülheim/D

Materials for Energy Efficient Electronics

  • Multinary materials for emerging memory and selector devices
    M. Weling, Intermolecular, San Jose, CA/USA
  • Towards tellurium-free thermoelectric modules for power generation from low-grade heat
    K. Nielsch, TU Dresden/D
  • Memristive materials and devices for neuromorphic computing
    R. Waser, RWTH Aachen/D

Special lecture

  • Inorganic chemical processes in the production of Ancient Greek and Roman sculptures and their experimental reconstruction
    V. Brinkmann, Liebieghaus, Frankfurt/D

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