Speakers NCCC

Confirmed Plenary speakers XXI 2020

Prof.Dr. Valentine P. Ananikov, Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

"Dynamic catalytic systems for organic synthesis and sustainable development"

Prof.Dr. Nicholas Turner, The University of Manchester, UK

"New biocatalytic reactions enabled by enzyme discovery"

Dr. John Lockemeyer, Shell Technology Center, Houston, USA

"The Shell Ethylene Oxide Catalyst Journey"

Dr. Emiel H. van Broekhoven, Albemarle Catalyst Company BV, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

"AlkyClean® : From ideation to the first successfully commercialized safe solid acid catalyst alkylation process"

Confirmed Keynote speakers XXI 2020

Prof.Dr. Heather J. Kulik, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA

"Accelerating the computational discovery of catalyst design rules and exceptions with machine learning"

Prof.Dr. Frank Hollmann, TU Delft, The Netherlands

"Biocatalysis for Organic Synthesis: Yes, No, Maybe?"

Plenary speakers XX 2019

Prof.Dr. Christopher Jones, Georgia Tech, USA

"Reflections on the State of Catalysis Research & Development and Linkages Between Catalysis Subdiscplines"

Prof.Dr. Marc Robert, U Paris Diderot, France

"Running the clock: catalytic reduction of CO2 with 2, 6 and 8 electrons with Co and Fe molecular catalysts"

Prof.Dr. Thorsten Bach, TU Munich, Germany

"Enantioselective Catalysis of Photochemical Reactions"

Prof.Dr. Philippe Sautet, UCLA Engineering, US

"Heterogeneous catalysts are dynamic "

Prof.Dr. Silvia Bordiga, U Turin, Italy

"Partial oxidation of methane to methanol: is it feasible?"

Keynote speakers XX 2019

Prof.Dr. Harry Bitter, U Wageningen, The Netherlands

"Carbohydrate based conversions – from catalyst preparation to reactor choice"

Dr. Maricruz Sanchez-Sanchez, TU Munich, Germany

"Generating functionality in metal oxide catalysts for selective oxidation of light alkanes"

Prof.Dr. Dörte Rother, Jülich, Germany

"Synthetic Enzyme Cascades – An Eco-Friendly, Selective Synthesis Strategy"

Dr. Florian Meirer, U Utrecht, The Netherlands

"Imaging Hierarchically Complex Catalyst Bodies at Multiple Length Scales"

Prof. Dr. Wesley Browne, U Groningen, The Netherlands

"Time resolved and resonance Raman spectroscopy in the elucidation of mechanisms in transition metal catalyzed oxidative transformations"

Dr. Laura Bini, SABIC

"A perspective on catalyst testing in industry"