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CAMURE 2014 - 9th international symposium on CAtalysis in MUltiphase Reactors

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Conferences and Meetings on Catalysis offers, as part of our business activities, a directory of upcoming scientific and technical meetings. The calendar is published for the convenience of conference participants and we strive to support conference organisers who need to publish their upcoming events. Although great care is being taken to ensure the correctness of all entries, we cannot accept any liability that may arise from the presence, absence or incorrectness of any particular information on this website. Always check with the meeting organiser before making arrangements to participate in an event!

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1.HyCoRa workshop — Hydrogen Fuel Quality assurance for PEM Fuel Cells-Needs & Status, OEM workshop supporting risk assessment
 Start date30 Sep 2014
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 LocationBrussels, Belgium
 Abstract Hydrogen quality assurance is a guarantor for PEM fuel cell life; thus, key to the success of hydrogen as an energy carrier. Identifying critical needs to develop nozzle sampling methods and hydrogen contaminant analysis tools through data collection and modelling to guide research on impact on PEM fuel cells of hydrogen fuel contaminants by qualitative and quantitative risk assessment is in the focus of the HyCoRa project funded by FCH-JU. A strategy to the risk assessment is the primary aim of this workshop. OEM feedback and support is vital to identify issues requiring most attention before extensive research is conducted in HyCora. Presentations will summarize state-of-the-art and a panel discussion is to allow OEM expressing their views and providing feedback.
 Topics hydrogen fuel quality, OEM, fuel cells
 Contact G Tsotridis , EC, IE, JRC Petten; Email:
 Related subject(s) Electrochemistry, Electrolysis and Corrosion; Chemical Engineering
2.Progress in Catalytic C-H Activation over the Past Twenty Years (The Murai Symposium)-A Dedication to Professor Shinji Murai-
 Dates 29 Oct 2014 → 30 Oct 2014
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 LocationNara, Japan
 Related subject(s) Organic Chemistry and Polymers
3.CAMURE 2014 — 9th international symposium on CAtalysis in MUltiphase Reactors
 Dates 07 Dec 2014 → 10 Dec 2014
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 LocationLyon, France
 COMS online registration
 Related subject(s) Chemical Engineering
4.Syngas Convention 2 — Autumn School - Fundamental aspects in Catalysis
 Dates 26 Mar 2015 → 28 Mar 2015
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 LocationCape Town, South Africa
 Abstract The Syngas Convention 2 is preceded by an Autumn School on 'Fundamental aspects in Catalysis', with lectures by leading experts, which will be held from the 26 to 28 March 2015 in the Winelands surrounding Cape Town. The attendance at the Autumn School will be limited to 50 people.
 Related subject(s) Industrial Chemistry and Green Chemistry; Summer/Winter Schools and Events for Chemistry Students
5.Syngas Convention 2 — Fuels and chemicals from synthesis gas: state of the art 2
 Dates 29 Mar 2015 → 01 Apr 2015
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 LocationCape Town, South Africa
 Abstract After the first successful Syngas Convention in 2012, the DST-NRF Centre of Excellence in Catalysis (c*change) at the University of Cape Town extends a cordial invitation to delegates to participate in the convention 'Fuels and Chemicals from Synthesis Gas: State of the Art 2'. The convention will be held from 29 March to 1 April 2015 at the Vineyard Hotel, Cape Town. The second convention focuses mainly on the uses of synthesis gas for the production of fuels and chemicals. World-renowned experts have been invited to give lectures on fundamental and applied topics covering the whole value chain from synthesis gas to final product, but with an emphasis on downstream processes.
 Topics Synthesis gas production, Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, Paraffin activation, Olefin transformation (methathesis; oligomerisation; hydroformulation; etc.), Oxychemicals (alcohols; ketones, etc.), Fuels and oils, Detergents and surfactants,
 Related subject(s) Chemicals and Materials Science; Chemical Engineering
6.ISHHC17 — 17th International Symposium on Relations between Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis
 Dates 12 Jul 2015 → 15 Jul 2015
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 LocationUtrecht, Netherlands
 Abstract ISHHC17 will bring together researchers at the forefront of the disciplines of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis. The symposium gives the opportunity to discuss the latest developments and to explore the unique scientific features that are at the interface of these two catalysis disciplines.
7.Catalysis: Fundamentals and Practice 2015
 Dates 20 Jul 2015 → 24 Jul 2015
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 LocationLiverpool, United Kingdom
 Abstract The Summer School introduces catalytic science, engineering and business, and provides an opportunity to meet leading catalyst scientists.
 Related subject(s) Summer/Winter Schools and Events for Chemistry Students
8.Biotrans 2015
 Dates 26 Jul 2015 → 30 Jul 2015
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 LocationVienna, Austria
 Abstract Biotrans covers all aspects of biocatalysis with special focus on enzyme mediated cascade reactions, enzyme discovery, bioinformatics, systems bio(techno)logy, protein engineering by directed evolution and/or rational design, enzyme immobilisation, process development and scale-up as well as manufacturing of chemical products using biocatalysis. The conference will be composed of a mixture of Plenary, Invited Talks and Oral Presentations and will cover a broad range of themes including; - enzyme mediated cascade reactions, - enzyme discovery, - bioinformatics, - systems bio(techno)logy, - protein engineering by directed evolution and/or rational design, - enzyme immobilisation, - process development and scale-up, as well as - manufacturing of chemical products using biocatalysis.
 Related subject(s) Biochemistry and Medicinal Chemistry, Toxicology
9.Faraday Discussion: Designing new heterogeneous catalysis 2016
 Dates 04 Apr 2016 → 06 Apr 2016
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 LocationLondon, United Kingdom
 Abstract Catalysis is a core area of contemporary science posing major fundamental and conceptual challenges, while being at the heart of the chemical industry. It is a major theme in chemical sciences and engineering that underlies much of the key research and teaching in these subjects. At this discussion, we will bring the catalysis community together to discuss the theme of designing new heterogeneous catalysts. Catalysis plays a crucial part in the production of 80% of all manufactured goods. We will explore the modern methods used to design new catalysts and how the approaches can bridge across the disciplines of physical sciences and chemical engineering Themes: - Catalyst design from theory to practice - In this session, we will explore how modern theoretical methods are aiding the design of new heterogeneous catalysts. This will invariably provide interplay between mechanism and the active site - Designing new catalysts: synthesis of new active structures - In this session, we will discuss ways in which new nanoparticulate structures can play a role in designing new active centres. How they can be prepared and their catalytic properties explored - Bridging model and real catalysts - We will discuss how modern methods in surface science and microscopy can aid the design of new catalysts. Recent advances in methodologies are enabling model surface science studies and real catalysts come closer together. This session will explore the nature of active catalyst sites - Application of novel catalysts - In this session we aim to show how new catalyst designs can find important applications that address key challenges facing society at this time, such as energy and water purification The aim of this discussion meeting is to develop fundamental understanding of key aspects of catalytic science, especially relating to, catalyst preparation and production, the determination of atomic-architectures of active, reactive and de-activated catalysts and the modelling of the active site in catalysis - knowledge which is essential for the design of new catalysts. 

Last updated: 27 September 2014