Programme 2017

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Monday, March 6th
10:45 Openixng NCCC XVIII (Rotonde) by S. Otto
11:00 PL1 Prof. Dr. F. Thibault-Starzyk - ENSI Caen, France. Heterogeneous catalysis: surface reactions investigated by IR (rotonde) - Chair M Tromp
11:45 PL2 Prof. Dr. H. Gasteiger - Technical University Munich. Performance and Durability Challenges for Automotive PEM Fuel Cells (rotonde) - Chair M Tromp
12:30 Lunch (12.30-13.45) poster session I with odd serial numbers (Erasmus Lounge)
  Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
  Chemistry in Flow - Chair M. Odijk Supramolecular Catalysis - Chair A. Palmans Applied Heterogeneous Catalysis I - Chair F. Kapteijn Theory & Spectroscopy in Catalysis I - Chair E. A. Pidko
13:45 KN1 Sustainable Catalysis - Concepts and Applications

Prof. Dr. M. Rueping - RWTH Aachen University
KN2 Homogeneous catalysis in confined spaces: Encapsulation strategies and applications

Prof Dr J. Reek - University of Amsterdam
O1 The route toward Fe-based Fischer-Tropsch catalysts using MOFs: from fundamentals to industrial performance

T. A. Wezendonk - TU Delft
O2 Gold Particle Size Effect for CO Oxidation: A First- Principles Study
 
J. X. Liu - TU Eindhoven
14:10 O3 In Situ Hydrocracking of Fischer-Tropsch Hydrocarbons: How alpha-Olefins Moderate Overcracking

N. Duyckaerts - Max-Planck-Institut fuer Kohlenforschung
O4 Nanoscale Chemical Imaging of Carbonaceous Deposits in Zeolite H-ZSM-5 Crystals with Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry

O. Attila - Utrecht University
14:35 O5 A luminescent solar concentrator-based photomicroreactor for energy efficient continuous- flow photocatalysis

D. Cambie - TU Eindhoven
O6 Asymmetric organocatalysis with a bifunctional chiral [2]catenane

J. Niemeyer- University of Duisburg-Essen
O7 Activity enhancement in niobia-supported cobalt Fischer-Tropsch catalysts by reduction-oxidation-reduction treatments

C. Hernandez - Utrecht University
O8 Stabilization of trapped charge carriers in TIO² by adsorbed water: a combined time-resolved FTIR spectroscopy and DFT+U study

A. Litke - TU Eindhoven
15:00 O9 Design and characterization of a microreactor for monodisperse catalytic droplet generation at elevated temperatures and pressures

J. C. Vollenbroek - University of Twente
O10 Emergent catalytic properties in a self-replicating system

J. Ottele - University of Groningen
O11 Metal organic framework-mediated synthesis of highly loaded and active Co-based Fischer-Tropsch catalysts

X. Sun - TU Delft
O12 Relationship between Acidity and Catalytic Reactivity of Faujasite Zeolite: A Periodic DFT Study

C. Liu - TU Eindhoven
15:25 O13 Magnetophoresis for Single Fluid Catalytic Cracking Particle Activity Sorting

M. Solsona - University of Twente
O14 Porphyrin-edged [M4L6]8+ capsules for cage controlled catalysis

S.S. Nurttila - Univeristy of Amsterdam
O15 Influence of Particle Size Distribution on the Stability of Cu/SiO2 Catalysts for Methanol Synthesis

C. E. Pompe - Utrecht University
O16 Holistic and High-Productivity Simulations

X. Rozanska - Materials Design, s.a.r.l.
15:50 O17 Single Catalyst Particle Diagnostics: Integrating Catalysis with Optical Spectroscopy Within a Microreactor Device

A. Nieuwelink - Utrecht University
O18 Bio-orthogonal metalloporphyrin catalyzed modification of lantibiotics

R.V. Maaskant - University of Groningen
O19 Methanol conversion to dimethyl ether over γ-Al2O3 and ZSM-5. Kinetic study in a gradientless recycle reactor and mechanism evaluation

C. E. Ortega - TU Eindhoven
O20 First principle characterization of active sites on UiO-66 and their role in the catalysis of Fischer esterification

C. Caratelli - Ghent University
16:15 Coffee/Tea
16:30 Poster session I: Posters with odd serial numbers (Erasmus Lounge)
18:15 Dinner (18:15 - 19:45)
19:45 Career Development & Opportunities
CDO lecture
20:15 Company Market
Tuesday, March 7th Morning
8:30 PL3 Prof. Dr. H. Olivier-Bourbigou - IFP Lyon. Which catalyst and technology for more eco-efficient processes in olefin production and transformation (rotonde) - Chair M. A. Fernandez Ibanez olefin production and transformation
  Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
  Fundamental Heterogeneous Catalysis I - Chair P. Van Der Voort Theory & Spectroscopy in Catalysis II - Chair M. Tromp Coordination Chemistry I - Chair J. Reek Applied Hetereogenous catalysis II - Chair B. Vogelaar
9:20 O21 Oxygen-evolution on well-defined mass-selected NiFe nanoparticles

B. Sebok - Technical University of Denmark
KN3 The inner side of high-valent metal-oxo reactivity

Prof. Dr. M. Swart - ICREA, Catalonia, Spain
O22 Coordination Chemistry of Frustrated Lewis Pairs

D. H. A. Boom - University of Amsterdam
O23 Supported Colloidal Cobalt Nanocrystals as Model Catalysts in Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis

T.W. Van Deelen - Utrecht University
9:45 O24 Removal of polyvinylpyrrolidone from 2-3 nm supported gold nanoparticles

B. Donoeva - Utrecht University
O25 Unravelling the mechanism of methanol reforming catalyzed by Ru-PNP pincer complexes

L. Vogt - Leibniz Institute for Catalysis
O26 Keltan ACE-Technology: Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship (QSAR) for EP(D)M Catalyst Design

M. Valla - ARLANXEO Netherlands
10:10 Coffee/Tea (10:10 - 10:30)
  Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
  Fundamental Heterogeneous Catalysis II - Chair K. P. de Jong Zeolites I - Chair S. Grecea Coordination Chemistry II - Chair S. Bonnet Renewables & Biomass I - Chair H. Bitter
10:30 KN4 Real-time scattering tomography of structured catalysts under process conditions


Prof Dr Andrew Beale, UCL, UK
O27 Fe-containing zeolites for SCR of NOx: effect of structure, synthesis procedure and chemical composition on catalytic performance and stability

N. Martin - ITQ-UPV
O28 Understanding Aqueous Proton Transfer in Ruthenium Water Splitting Catalysts

N. Govindarajan - University of Amsterdam
O29 Bio-butanol dehydration by zeolites: the missing link between classic and bio refinery

D. Gunst - Ghent University
10:55 O30 Selective reduction of an α,β-unsaturated steroid with Zr-MOFs

F. Garcia - KU Leuven
O31 Tuning the activity of [FeFe]-hydrogenase mimics via the second and outer coordination sphere

E. C. F. Schippers - University of Amsterdam
O32 Ruthenium-Supported Catalysts in the Selective Oxidation of Biomass-Derived 5- Hydroxymethylfurfural

M. G. Al Shaal - Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung
11:20 O33 Immobilization of Zn-Co double metal cyanides on silica as heterogeneous catalysts for intermolecular hydroamination

C. Marquez - KU Leuven
O34 Single Site Covalent Triazine Framework Based Monoliths for C1 Catalysis

A. V. Bavykina - TU Delft
O35 Towards the development of ligand centered electrocatalysts for hydrogen evalution reaction

P. Ghosh - Utrecht University
O36 Levulinic acid hydrogenation: On the influence of catalyst synthesis, feed impurities, and process parameters on catalyst stability

H.C. Genuino - Utrecht University
11:45 O37 The influence and removability of colloidal capping agents on CO hydrogenation by zirconia- supported Rh nanoparticles

A. J. F. van Hoof - TU Eindhoven
O38 Application of MOFs as Heterogeneous Catalysts for Hydrolysis of Peptides

H. Ly - KU Leuven
O39 Electrocatalytic Proton Reduction by a Model for [NiFeSe] Hydrogenases

G. Gezer - Leiden University
O40 Setting up the base for the first lignin biorefinery: From lignin to biofuels and chemicals

P.D. Kouris - TU Eindhoven
12:10 Lunch (12.10-13.30) posters session II: posters with even serial numbers (Erasmus Lounge)
Tuesday, March 7th Afternoon & Evening
  Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
  Applied Heterogeneous Catalysis III - Chair F. Kapteijn Photo & Electrocatalysis I Chair - B. Mei Homogenous Catalysis I Chair - M. Moret Renewables & Biomass II Chair P.P. Pescarmona
13:30 O41 Optimization and Integration of Catalytic Porous Structures for CO2 Methanation

S. Danaci - CEA, Grenoble & VITO, Belgium
KN5 Enantioselective Photo-Organocatalysis: Making Chiral Molecules with Light

Prof. Dr P. Melchiorre - ICIQ, Spain
O42 Mild and selective base-free C-H arylation of heteroarenes: Experiment and computation

H. P. L. Gemoets - TU Eindhoven
O43 Mild Oxidative Cleavage of Activated C-O-4 Linkages in Lignin and Lignin Model Compounds

A. S. Martinez Pascual - Utrecht University
13:55 O44 Nickel Particle Size Effects in CO2 Hydrogenation

C. Vogt - Utrecht University
O45 Synthetic Applications of Cobalt(III)-Carbene Radicals

C. te Grotenhuis - University of Amsterdam
O46 Conversion of fructose-glucose mixtures to 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) in a biphasic plug-flow microreactor setup

P. J. Deuss - University of Groningen
14:20 O47 Regeneration of Mo/HZSM-5 methane dehydroaromatization catalysts

N. A. Kosinov - TU Eindhoven
O48 Pinpointing the active species in the electrochemical ORR by [Cu(Hdatrz)]

B. van Dijk - Leiden University
O49 Base-free, selective transfer hydrogenation of unsaturated carbonyl compounds using EtOH and i-PrOH as hydrogen sources.

R. Farrar - LIKAT Rostock
O50 From Model Compounds to Complex Mixtures in Fast Pyrolysis Oil Hydrotreating: A Microkinetic Approach

D. Otyuskaya - Ghent University
14:45 O51 Non-oxidative coupling of methane to alkanes by integration of Pd/Alumina catalyst bed at downstream of DBD plasma reactor

M. Taheraslani - University of Twente
O52 Towards evaluating reaction kinetics in photocatalytic CO2 reduction: Influence of CO2 partial pressure and light intensity

J. Strunk - LIKAT Rostock
O53 Oxygen activated ultra-fast palladium nanoparticle catalyzed cross-coupling of organolithium reagents: a mechanistic insight

F. Tosi - University of Groningen
O54 Selective conversion of glycerol into methyl lactate catalyzed by supported gold nanoparticles and solid Lewis acids

Z. Tang - University of Groningen
15:10 Coffee/Tea (15:10 -15:30)
15:30 PL4 Prof. Dr. C. Campbell -University of Washington. Fundamental approaches to understanding transition metal catalysts: toward improved catalyst design (rotonde) - Chair K. P. de Jong
  Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
  Renewables & Biomass III Chair - P.P. Pescarmona Photo & Electrocatalysis II Chair - D. Hetterscheid Zeolites II - Chair M. Rigutto Fundamental Heterogeneous Catalysis III - Chair P. Van Der Voort
16:20 KN6 New strategies for the conversion of lignin: from model studies towards application

Dr K. Barta - University of Groningen
O55 Cathodic, but not protected: catalyst degradation by cathodic corrosion

T. J. P. Hersbach - Leiden University
O56 The interplay of Lewis and Brønsted acid sites in the catalytic performance of ZSM-5 in the Methanol-to-Olefins reaction.

I. Yarulina - Delft University
O57 Active sites engineering in UiO-66 and their application in catalysis

J. Hajek - Ghent University
16:45 O58 Establishing the activity-selectivity tradeoff of photocatalytic materials by multi-aspect electronic and morphological characterization

M. Keulemans - University of Antwerp
O59 A one-step synthesis of mesoporous vanadia-titania and its application in the catalytic oxidation of ethyl lactate

W. Zhang - University of Amsterdam
O60 Fabrication of Highly b-Oriented Aluminosilicate MFI Films with a Broad Range of Si/Al Ratios

D. Fu - Utrecht University
17:10 -
17:35
O61 Direct Synthesis of an Iridium(III) Bipyridine Metal Organic Framework as a Heterogeneous Catalyst for Aerobic Alcohol Oxidation

K. Leus - Ghent University
O62 Facile two-step synthesis of delafossite CuFeO2 photocathodes for water splitting

I. Garcia-Torregrosa - Utrecht University
O63 Shape selectivity effects on the hydroconversion of n-hexadecane

D. E. Romero - TU Eindhoven
O64 Stability of catalyst supports in liquid phase Transmission Electron Microscopy

M. J. Meijerink - Utrecht University

18:00
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Poster session II: Posters with even serial numbers (Erasmus Lounge) Dutch Catalysis Society Annual Meeting
Wednesday, March 8th Morning
  Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
  Applied Heterogeneous Catalysis IV - Chair B. Vogelaar (Bio) Organic Synthesis, Catalytic methods and Bio-catalysis I - Chair F Hollmann Theory & Spectroscopy in Catalysis III - Chair M. Tromp Homogenous Catalysis II Chair - E. Ruijter
9:00 O65 Highly selective and reactive reduction of NO over ceria based catalyst

Y. Wang - TU Delft
O66 Toward continuous biocatalytic production of chiral cyanohydrins using immobilized enzymes on mesostructured cellular foams

M. P. van der Helm- TU Delft
O67 (Micro-)Spectroscopic Study of the (De)activation of Shaped Catalyst Particles used in Bio-oil Upgrading at the Pilot Plant Scale

A. M. Hernandez Gimenez - Utrecht University
O68 A New Class of S,O-Bidentate Ligands for Palladium Catalyzed C-H Functionalization of Simple Arenes

K. Naksomboon - University of Amsterdam
9:25 O69 Catalytic dehydrogenation of propane on Pt-based catalysts: the positive effect of Ga-promoting

S. Saerens- Ghent University
O70 New routes for the selective C-H hydroxylation of aliphatic compounds.

M. Janssen - KU Leuven
O71 Mechanisms in long chain hydrocarbon formation over Hägg carbide

R. J. P. Broos - TU Eindhoven
O72 Highly enantioselective catalytic synthesis of chiral pyridines

R. P. Jumde - University of Groningen
9:50 O73 Ammonia synthesis from hydrogen and nitrogen via chemical looping using non-thermal, atmospheric plasma catalysis

R. S. Postma - University of Twente
O74 Catalytic asymmetric synthesis of chiral β-substituted amides enabled by Lewis Acid activation of enamides

M. C. Rodriguez Fernandez - University of Groningen
O75 Hydrogen spillover observed by single particle spectromicroscopy on nanofabricated model system

J. Bokhoven - ETH Zurich/ Paul Scherrer Institute
O76 Catalytic N-functionalization of unprotected amino acids with alcohols

T. Yan - University of Groningen
10:15 Coffee/tea (10:15 - 10:40)
  Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
  Fundamental Heterogeneous Catalysis IV - Chair K. P. de Jong (Bio) Organic Synthesis, Catalytic methods and Bio-catalysis II - Chair M. A. FernandezIbanez Theory & Spectroscopy in Catalysis IV - Chair E. A. Pidko Photo & Electrocatalysis III Chair - B. Mei
10:40 097 Linking Reactivity to Structure in a Fluid Catalytic Cracking Catalyst

F.C. Hendriks - Utrecht University
KN7 Stereoselective synthesis & catalysis with reactive metal carbenes

Prof Dr Jerome Lacour - University of Geneva
O77 The effect of water-water interactions on ZSM-5 dealumination

K. Stanciakova - Utrecht University
O78 Enhanced Photo-response of FeS2 Films: The Role of Marcasite-Pyrite Phase Junctions

L. Wu - TU Eindhoven
11:05 O98 Effect of initial nickel particle size on the stability of nickel catalysts

T. van Haasterecht - Wageningen University
O79 Exploring the nature and reactivity of alkene cracking intermediates in H-ZSM-5 with molecular simulations

P. Cnudde - Ghent University
O80 An in-situ ATR-FTIR study of the electrocatalytic reduction of CO2 to CO on a silver catalyst

N. J. Firet - TU Delft
11:30 O81 Insights into the Deactivation of Single Fluid Catalytic Cracking Catalyst Particles by High Resolution X-ray Ptychographic Imaging

S. Kalirai - Utrecht University
O82 Biocatalytic Oxyfunctionalization Reactions Driven by Photochemical Water Oxidation

W. Zhang - TU Delft
O83 Entropy effects in zeolite catalysis for bio-derived aromatics production

R. Rohling - TU Eindhoven
O84 The importance of Cannizzaro-type reactions for the Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon dioxide

Y. Birdja - Leiden University
11:55 O85 Geometry of Molybdenum Oxide in HZSM-5 Does Not Influence Its Activity for the Aromatization of Methane

I. Volmer - TU Delft
O86 Selective C-H activation in methyl alpha-glucose using photoredox catalysis

I. C. Wan - University of Groningen
O87 Probing Coked Zeolite Catalysts in 3D at the Atomic Scale with Atom Probe Tomography

J. E. Schmidt - Utrecht University
O88 Establishing a General Concept for Red Shift Phenomena in Protonated Aromatic Compounds

J. M. Boereboom - Utrecht University
12:20 Lunch (12:20 - 13:30)
Wednesday, March 8th Afternoon
  Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
 

Fundamental Heterogeneous Catalysis V - Chair P. Van Der Voort

 

Zeolites III - Chair S. Grecea Coordination Chemistry III - Chair S. Bonnet Renewables & Biomass IV Chair - H. Bitter
13:30 O89 In Situ TEM observation of the Boudouard reaction: Multi-layered graphene formation from Co on cobalt nanoparticles at atmospheric pressure

G. M. Bremmer - Leiden University
O90 Methane oxidation catalysed by diiron-complex deposited on ZSM-5 zeolite

A. Szecsenyi - TU Delft
O91 Synthesis and Reactivity of Nickel Complexes bearing a cooperative Diphosphine Ketone ligand

A. F. Orsino - Utrecht University
O92 Catalysis for biorefineries - Industrial requirements

J. P. Lange - Shell
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O93 Curved single crystals as tools to study structure dependencies in heterogeneous catalysis and gas-surface reaction dynamics

L. Juurlink - Leiden University
O94 Immobilisation of an Iridium(I) complex onto a covalent triazine framework towards an efficient and recyclable catalyst for C-H borylation

N. Tahir - Ghent University
O95 Difluorocarbene transfer to an alkene by a cobalt complex

M. Goswami - University of Amsterdam
O96 Noble metal catalysts for the depolymerization of Kraft lignin using a solvent-free approach

I. Hita - University of Groningen
14:25 PL5 Prof. Dr. D. Hilvert - ETH Zurich. Nearer to nature: design and optimization of artificial enzymes (rotonde) Chair - G. Roelfes
15:10 Closing session and lecture + poster awards (Rotonde) - S. Otto