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Stanislaw Dzwigaj, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Keynote Presentation
Stanislaw Dzwigaj, Sorbonne University, France

The metal ions well dispersed at zeolite framework are considered to be active sites of catalytic processes. Therefore, the incorporation of these metals into zeolites as isolated tetrahedral sites appears to be the important task. We have earlier shown that the incorporation of [....] » Read More

Jose C Conesa, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Keynote Presentation
Jose C Conesa, Institute of Catalysis and Petroleum Chemistry, Spain

Many sulphide semiconductors are photocatalytically active in significant ranges of the visible spectrum; our group has shown this, specifically, for In2S3 and SnS2. Furthermore, by including V in these sulphides we have shown how their photocatalytic activities can be further ex [....] » Read More

Osman Adiguzel, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Osman Adiguzel, Firat University, Turkey

Some materials take place in class of advanced smart materials with adaptive properties and   stimulus response to the external changes. Shape memory alloys take place in this group, exhibiting a peculiar property called shape memory effect, which is characterized by th [....] » Read More

Ramesh C Gupta, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Keynote Presentation
Ramesh C Gupta, Nagaland University, India

The biological output of a molecule depends on its physical - chemical characters .However, chemicals are not single minded and in differ environment they may change their behaviour leading to mostly desired outcome. In zest biocatalyst utilize living systems in total or their pa [....] » Read More

Abdulaziz Alturki, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Abdulaziz Alturki, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

Petroleum refineries consume slightly over 5.83 quadrillions Btu of energy per year, about 7.7 % of total energy consumption in the United States in 2019 and about 22% of total industrial energy consumption. Although only a small portion of refinery fuel is crude oil; energy cons [....] » Read More

Sagarkumar Yogesh Dhanuskar, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Sagarkumar Yogesh Dhanuskar, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

The continuously increasing population and industrialization have triggered a demand for fossil fuels. Thus, rising demand resulted in an exponential increase in the amount of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions and other gases produced during the consumption of non-renewable [....] » Read More

Chau Ming So, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Chau Ming So, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Aryl bromides, chlorides, and triflates are the most widely used electrophiles in pharmaceutical, industrial, and routine synthesis. However, having the approximate reactivity order of C−I> C−Br?C−OTf>> C−Cl, we are still always struggling with mu [....] » Read More

Anjali Patel, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Anjali Patel, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India

Polyoxometalates chemistry is a key emerging area that promises the development of a new generation materials which finds numerous applications in the areas of material science, medicine and catalysis. A discrete class of metal-oxygen clusters, Polyoxometalates (POMs) have gained [....] » Read More

Vahide Nuran Mutlu, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Vahide Nuran Mutlu, SOCAR Turkey Research & Development and Innovation Inc., Turkey

Alkyl glucosides are non-ionic chemicals with excellent properties such as low toxicity and good biodegradability. They have attracted the interest of researchers due to their diverse applications as food emulsifiers, personal care products, cleaning agents, textile lubricants, d [....] » Read More

Rus Florina Stefania, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Rus Florina Stefania, Politehnica University Timisoara, Romania

This paper aims to study new bulk materials with exceptional photocatalytic activity, a key property for next-generation environmentally friendly technologies. The approach relies on the idea to use these materials to support the degradation of toxic pollutants and strong dyes. C [....] » Read More

Prakash Kumar Sarangi, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Prakash Kumar Sarangi, Central Agricultural University, India

Ferulic acid (FA) chemically known as 4-hydroxy-3-methoxycinnamic acid is a ubiquitous phenolic compound in plant tissues. It is the most abundant hydroxycinnamic acid widely found in vegetables, fruits and some beverages. This compound has been reported to possess many physiolog [....] » Read More

Sadia Ameen, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Sadia Ameen, Jeonbuk National University, Korea, Republic of

Metal oxides and organic semiconducting (electronic materials) remain of vital interest in the field of electrochemistry for their flexibility in chemical and electrochemical behavior. Electrochemical sensors are becoming popular, owing to their good detection performances, ease [....] » Read More

Samuel Couve Bonnaire, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Samuel Couve Bonnaire, Normandie Univ, France

Thanks to the unique properties of the fluorine atom, the fluorinated compounds are of great interest in many key fields such as pharmaceutical, agrochemical or materials science. Among the organofluorinated molecules, the fluoroalkenes are recognized as a pivotal class of compou [....] » Read More

Gaukhar Yergaziyeva, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Poster Presentation
Gaukhar Yergaziyeva, Institute of Combustion Problems, Kazakhstan

Thermal catalytic decomposition (TCD) of methane is an efficient hydrogen production technology with the lowest carbon oxide emissions. TCD methane is an endothermic one-step reaction, which is essential for the following reasons: firstly, the large number of natural reserves of [....] » Read More

Cristina Paul, Speaker at Chemistry Conferences
Poster Presentation
Cristina Paul, Politehnica University Timisoara, Romania

Immobilized lipases are excellent biocatalysts for the enzymatic synthesis of short- and medium-chain fatty esters used as food flavour compounds. However, because its catalytic activity greatly depends on the selected immobilization method, it is necessary to customize the immob [....] » Read More

Carlos Ruben Suarez Gavidia, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Poster Presentation
Carlos Ruben Suarez Gavidia, National University of San Marcos, Peru

Cu-Ni alloys are widely used in mining and metallurgical work, in the chemical industry due to their high resistance to corrosion, mechanical and catalytic properties. Furthermore, Cu-Ni alloys have received much attention for their thermophysical and magnetic properties and are [....] » Read More

Juliana Sousa, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Poster Presentation
Juliana Sousa, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL), Portugal

The catalytic behavior of materials in liquid-phase hydrogenation of aqueous nitrate depends on the metallic phase, preparation procedure and nature of support, which greatly impact on the surface atomic arrangements and formation of bimetallic particles. The drawback of water-ph [....] » Read More

Vahide Nuran Mutlu, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Poster Presentation
Vahide Nuran Mutlu, SOCAR Turkey Research & Development and Innovation Inc., Turkey

Hydrogen has gained an increasing importance as secondary energy vector due to the urgent requirement of CO2-notr energy storage and transformation. However, the nature of hydrogen requires dedicated infrastructures, and this has prevented so far the introduction of elemental hyd [....] » Read More

Lina Maria Grajales, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Poster Presentation
Lina Maria Grajales, Federal University of Tocantins, Brazil

Enzymatic catalysts play an important role in the industrial sector, because they catalyze many reactions at room temperature and pressure, making the process more economical. Lipases are enzymes that have a great biotechnological potential. Their most common applications are reg [....] » Read More

Anne M Gaffney, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Anne M Gaffney, University of South Carolina, United States

To address the issue of waste plastics in landfills, a hybrid approach is proposed. This would use low temperature plasma pretreatment followed by catalytic cracking to augment the conversion of waste polyolefins into monomers, intermediates, new polymers and value-added chemical [....] » Read More

M A Martin Luengo, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Keynote Presentation
M A Martin Luengo, Institute of Materials Science of Madrid, Spain

Sub-products from the agricultural industry are being employed as renewable low cost raw materials in the design of Ecomaterials and substances for use in a number of industrial processes of great interest. These materials can compete with conventional ones since with this proces [....] » Read More

Eugenio Meloni, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Keynote Presentation
Eugenio Meloni, University of Salerno, Italy

In the Paris Agreement of 2015, UN member states agreed to limit global warming to 2°C versus pre-industrial levels. This would imply reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80 to 95 % of the 1990 level by 2050. In 2019, the United Nations announced that over 60 countries [....] » Read More

Ahmet Haxhiaj, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Ahmet Haxhiaj, University of Mitrovica, Kosova

In this talk we aim to present the analyses of the composition of agglom  erate that is used in Shahte-water-jacket furnace in Trepça. It is also analyzed the theoretical and real consumption of the coke for technical lead produced. The aim of the research is to optim [....] » Read More

Frederick Nti, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Frederick Nti, Deakin University, Australia

Organic ionic plastic crystals (OIPCs) combine some advantages of liquid electrolytes and ion-conducting ceramic electrolytes in the form of nonvolatile, nonflammable, and mechanically stable electrolytes that improve electrolyte/electrode interfacial contact and have good therma [....] » Read More

Haibo Ge, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Haibo Ge, Texas Tech University, United States

Selective carbon-carbon and carbon-heteroatom bond formation reactions are among the most important processes in organic chemistry since it enables the construction of common organic molecules from simple precursors. Among various methodologies, the transition metal-catalyzed tra [....] » Read More

Leonardo Andres Cano, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Leonardo Andres Cano, Institute of Research in Science and Materials Technology (INTEMA-CONICET), Argentina

The development of new hybrid adsorbents based on polymers has opened new opportunities in terms of their application in the removal of contaminants, especially those present in aqueous systems. Among them, hydrogels constitute one of the most outstanding families in biological, [....] » Read More

Adi Azriff Basri, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Adi Azriff Basri, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

This study investigated the impact of Paravalvular Leakage (PVL) due to the undersizing Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) valve using the Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) approach. A 3D patient-specific aorta model with an annulus diameter of 27.3 mm was constructed [....] » Read More

Ram Sambhar Shukla, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Ram Sambhar Shukla, CSIR-Central Salt and Marine Chemicals Research Institute (CSMCRI), India

Heterogeneous catalysis proffers the potential advantage of easy separation and recycling of the catalyst and easy purification of the products where as it`s counter part homogeneous catalysis although affords the advantages of high conversion and selectivity but lacks efficient [....] » Read More

Rajesh Kumar, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Rajesh Kumar, B.R.A. Bihar University, India

Over two decades, a large number of nucleosides have been synthesized, which demonstrated potent antiviral and antitumour activities and have become cornerstones of treatment for patients with cancer or viral infections. Oligonucleotide-based antisense strategies represent a uniq [....] » Read More

Hiriyakkanavar Ila, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Hiriyakkanavar Ila, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India

Small molecule heterocycles play important role in both drug discovery and material science research providing one of the richest source of diversity, besides serving as rigid scaffolds for further display of a range of functionalities. The present lecture will focuss on our rece [....] » Read More

Muhammad Asif Nawaz, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Muhammad Asif Nawaz, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University, Pakistan

The current study deals with the comparative study related to immobilization of maltase using synthetic (polyacrylamide) and non-synthetic (calcium alginate, agar-agar and agarose) polymers via entrapment technique. Polyacrylamide beads were formed by cross-linking of monomers, a [....] » Read More

Sudip Kumar Das, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Sudip Kumar Das, University of Calcutta, India

Bamboo leaves (BL) and their two acids-treated forms H2SO4 (SBL) and H3PO4 (PBL), have been applied as bio-sorbents for the removal of methylene blue (MB) from its aqueous solution. The effects of different operating parameters like pH, bio-sorbent quantity, the contact time, ini [....] » Read More

Meera Yadav, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Meera Yadav, North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, India

The first antioxidant enzyme to be identified and studied was catalase (EC Catalases is a crucial enzyme in preventing reactive oxygen species from causing oxidative damage to the cell (ROS). It can catalyse the oxidation of many metabolites and poisons, including as f [....] » Read More

Harjinder Kaur, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Harjinder Kaur, Gujarat University, India

In the near future catalysts will be playing pivotal role in reaching the targets of sustainability in industrial organic synthesis. Recent research has established the superiority of nanoparticles (NPs) as catalysts by facilitating numerous chemical transformations with high tur [....] » Read More

Nikolaos C Kokkinos, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Keynote Presentation
Nikolaos C Kokkinos, International Hellenic University, Greece

Laboratories and institutes usually consume resources for further studying novel catalytic reactions and not so much for scaling them up into industrial catalytic processes and training professionals to use them. On the other hand, chemical industry keens on turnkey solutions. Th [....] » Read More

Kotohiro Nomura, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Keynote Presentation
Kotohiro Nomura, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

Design and development of sustainable polymers with various architectures from bio-renewable feedstocks by development of new strategies and methods by precise catalysis (polymerization) techniques have been attractive and important subjects.  Development of functional polym [....] » Read More

Omvir Singh, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Omvir Singh, CSIR-Indian Institute of Petroleum, India

In this study, a Zn-based metal-organic framework-zeolite composite ZSM-5@IRMOF-1 was synthesised for an alternative production of BTX from isopropyl alcohol (IPA). Incorporation ensured the capacity of tuning the Lewis acidity at a framework level and designing accessible pore s [....] » Read More

Birce Pekmezci Karaman, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Birce Pekmezci Karaman, Gazi University, Turkey

Bio-oil produced from biomass is regarded as a promising alternative fuel source for transportation in the future. However, some properties of bio-oil, such as high water and oxygen content, strong acidity, and low heating value, prevents it use as a fuel source in current engine [....] » Read More

Samuzal Bhuyan, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Samuzal Bhuyan, Sikkim University, India

Application of visible light catalysis has revolutionized the field of organic synthesis by providing much efficient and greener alternatives to many important organic transformations. Visible light mediated reactions require a photocatalyst that absorbs the visible light and eng [....] » Read More

Ulkuye Dudu Gul, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Ulkuye Dudu Gul, Bilecik Seyh Edebali University, Turkey

Today, textile wastewater is among the top water pollution factors, and dyes in high concentrations in the wastewater content have mutagenic, carcinogenic, and toxic effects on aquatic organisms. For this reason, it is necessary to remove dyes in wastewater after production in te [....] » Read More

Girish Kumar, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Girish Kumar, CMR University, India

The multi non-metal doping of C-N-S into TiO2 has attracted significant interests because of low energy substitution of carbon, nitrogen and sulfur from the cheaply available precursors (thiourea, L-cystine and L-cysteine), stabilization of the anatase crystal stru [....] » Read More

Srabanti Basu, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Srabanti Basu, University of Calcutta, India

Biocatalysts are natural substances that include enzymes and whole cells to carry out different biochemical reactions. Enzymes have become important tools for production of food and pharmaceutical products as they offer less energy requiring and less polluting methods compared to [....] » Read More

Bashir Ahmad Dar, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Bashir Ahmad Dar, University of Kashmir, India

Organic chemical reactions via green chemical routes are of prime importance for safer environment. Heterogeneous catalysts are the major tools for achieving the goals of sustainable development. In accomplishing many of these goals, an important family of catalysts that has rece [....] » Read More

Qing Tang, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Qing Tang, Chongqing University, China

The single palladium atom anchored on graphene exhibits high selectivity and activity for electrocatalytic CO2 reduction (CO2RR) to CO, which is extremely meaningful for great atomic utilization of noble metals. However, the origin of the high catalytic activity, especially the r [....] » Read More

Yanqing Shen, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Yanqing Shen, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

The International Energy Agency reports that the combustion of fossil fuels results in serious energy crisis and environmental pollution. Fortunately Hydrogen can tackle these challenges. However, nowadays producing hydrogen mainly originates from fossil fuels. To date, a very pr [....] » Read More

Samah Zaki Naji, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Samah Zaki Naji, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Biofuel production from catalytic cracking of waste cooking oil is an attractive topic ‎because it incorporates waste management and introduction of a new clean ‎source of energy. Catalytic cracking is a promising technology for biofuel production ‎because it is a sim [....] » Read More

Fernanda Guerra Lima Medeiros Borsagli, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Fernanda Guerra Lima Medeiros Borsagli, Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri, Brazil

One of the great problems in the science and engineering, it is a development of sustainable materials, which are produce by a chemically green rout. In this sense, production of new materials, such as nanomaterials, based on new chemically green route using low-cost reagents is [....] » Read More

Evelin Andrade Manoel, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Evelin Andrade Manoel, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The use of enzymes has contributed to obtention of enantiomerically pure compounds. However, for greater industrial viability, the enzyme immobilization technique is required. The design and production of each support for each enzyme can be obtained by support engineering and imm [....] » Read More

Vikas Kumar Sangal, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Vikas Kumar Sangal, Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur, India

Treatment of pharmaceutical effluent in Pilot-scale once through solar reactor systems was done. Reactor in series and compound parabolic concentration reactor system was used. The catalyst beads for fixed bed reactor was prepared by coating of TiO2 nanocatalyst on novel com [....] » Read More

Sudhagar Pitchaimuthu, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Sudhagar Pitchaimuthu, Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Green hydrogen – a carbon-free renewable fuel that has the capability to decarbonize a variety of sectors. The generation of green hydrogen is currently restricted to water electrolyzers. The use of freshwater resources and critical raw materials, however, limits its use. A [....] » Read More

Claudio da Silva Rocha, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Claudio da Silva Rocha, University of Porto, Portugal

Olive mill wastewater (OMW) is a pollutant effluent of the olive oil production. To reduce the environmental impact of this agro-industrial sector, with simultaneous valorization of such waste, the steam reforming of OMW (OMWSR) was studied in this work. Besides the reduction of [....] » Read More

Mojtaba Hosseinifard, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Oral Presentation
Mojtaba Hosseinifard, Materials and Energy Research Center, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

In this research, iron oxide (Fe3O4), silica-coated Fe3O4 (Fe3O4@SiO2), chitosan-coated Fe3O4(Fe3O4@CT), chitosan/silica-coated Fe3O4 (Fe3O4@SiO2@CT) core-shell magnetic nanoparticles and hollow Fe3O4/silica/chitosan (Hollow Fe3O4@SiO2@CT) magnetic nanoparticle were prepared and [....] » Read More