15th International Congress on Catalysis (ICC)


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The 15th ICC will serve as a platform to exchange ideas and discuss new developments in all areas of catalysis. In addition to four parallel oral sessions and several poster sessions, smaller discussion groups and roundtables will be arranged to allow academic and industrial researchers to share results and in more focuses areas.

The theme of the conference, “From fundamental understanding to catalyst design and novel processes” emphasizes the routes to step-out advances in catalysis from its roots in basic catalytic phenomena. The program will reflect the important role of catalysis in defining the chemistry required for sustainable growth.


  • Understanding catalysis and catalytic reactions
  • Design, synthesis anad characterization of catalysts
  • Novel approaches to catalytic transformations
  • Catalysis for energy applications
  • Catalysis for chemical synthesis
  • Catalysis for environmental applications.

Cross-discipline workshops will also be held on:
  • Organocatalysis
  • Biocatalysis
  • Organometallic catalysis
  • Photocatalysis
  • Industrial implementation

Preliminary Lecture Program (PDF 1MB)

Catalysis Award for Bert Weckhuysen

Professor B. Weckhuysen, the Netherlands, has received the International Catalysis Award for his work on heterogeneous catalysts

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