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Catalysis Conferences 2020

Dear scholars

It is my great honor and pleasure to welcome you to the CAT-2019 conference that promises to provide innumerable opportunities to network, share ideas and collaborate. Many important chemical reactions require inputs of energy to proceed. Catalysts, however, can promote these transformation by lowering the energy required to complete the reaction. It is hard to imagine the world today without the impact of catalysis on the fundamental aspects required for life, namely energy, food and water. To make a catalyst more efficient, a molecular level understanding of the catalyst material, the reaction kinetics, intermediates, active centers and pathways are important.  Modern diagnosis tools, in particular operando spectroscopies and imaging techniques that are capable of capturing reaction processes at critical length and time scales, have been or are being successfully developed to advance the field of catalysis science that we will be able to learn from this conference.    

Yours Sincerely
Dr. Jian Zhi Hu
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

Welcome Message

Catalysis Conferences 2020

Dear visitors of CAT 2019

It is a pleasure for me to write some welcome notes . Especially I want to draw your attention to the increasing innovation potential of combining chemical  science with process technology and engineering .

Some people  regard both  (organic and catalytic)  chemistry as well as process technology /chemical engineering as almost mature sciences. I find it interesting that at the interface of these sciences , innovation takes place at a high speed.

As a case in point : The capability to  3-D print reactors in various metals using  technologies at competitive costs , is now  established.  This  enables to unlock  the full potential of e.g. highly exothermic and/or very high (or low)  temperature and/or hazardous chemistries.  This has especially impact on pharmaceutical and other fine- and specialty chemicals fields. We come in an era where ‘the reactor design will follow the chemistry’ instead of the other way around ( ‘ batch reactor’).

Yours Sincerely
Dr Rinus Broxterman
InnoSyn BV, Geleen, The Netherlands

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Catalysis Conferences 2020

Dear colleagues!

I am honored to greet you on the opening of the Catalysis 2019 conference. Catalysis currently occupies a leading place in various fields of chemical technology and environmental protection. The possibilities of catalysis are constantly expanding and they are aimed at obtaining energy carries, fuels and valuable monomers, playing an important role in sustainable development of society. In recent years, much attention is paid to the development of new approaches to obtaining highly active and selective catalytic systems, as well as to using of new raw materials for important products producing. Globally, chemical nanotechnologies are fully related to the development of efficient new generation catalysts what is linked to understanding of mechanisms of active centers evolution, which ensure high activity of important catalytic reactions. I express the hope that the conference will allow us to hold a fruitful discussion and exchange our views on important aspects of catalysis.

Yours Sincerely
Prof. M. Tsodikov
A.V.Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis RAS, Russia

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Catalysis Conferences 2020

Dear congress visitors

It is my honor and great pleasure to write a few welcome notes to you. Through centuries people were fascinated with the possibilities of synthesis of new materials with extraordinary properties. New materials are practically needed in all domains of life. Design and synthesis of new materials is one of the most important and interesting part of material sciences. Particularly a synthesis of new active and selective catalysts is a very important challenge. Our main aim concentrates on the new methods of the synthesis of single-site hierarchical porous zeolite catalysts with acid-base and redox properties. Such zeolite catalysts with active sites formed by incorporation of heteroelements in their framework are perspective as catalysts of protection of environment and biofeedstock conversion into valuable chemicals.

Yours Sincerely
Professor Stanislaw Dzwigaj
Sorbonne Universites, France

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