Programme

Monday: March 5th
10:45
11:00
Opening NCCC XIX (Rotonde) by S. Otto
11:00
11:45
PL1 Prof. G. J. Kramer Kramer – Utrecht University   Hydrocarbons in a net-zero emissions world   Prof G. J. Kramer (Rotonde)
11:45
12:30
PL2 Prof. T. J. Meyer – University of North Carolina   Making Solar Fuels  Prof T. Meyer (Rotonde)
12:30
13:30
Lunch & Poster session I (number I 1 to 74 and PK01 to 10) in Erasmus Lounge
Rotonde
Sorbonne 2
Cambridge 32
Cambridge 30
 
13:30
13:55
O2 On the dynamic nature of Mo sites for Methane Dehydroaromatization
Ms. Vollmer – Delft University of Technology
AHC1
13:55
14:20
O4 Homogeneous Mn Catalysts for the Efficient Hydrogenation of Esters
Mr. R. van Putten – Delft University of Technology
HC2
O5 Production of light hydrocarbons from syngas using a hybrid catalyst
Dr. DLS Nieskens – The Dow Chemical Company
AHC2
14:20
14:45
O9 Development and optimization of aqueous phase CO chemisorption technique
Ms. MJEDS Enes da Silva – University of Twente
AHC3
O10 Platinum-Catalyzed Hydrogenation Reactions Studied by in situ SHINERS
Ms. C.S. Wondergem – Utrecht University
TS3
14:45
15:00
Coffee Break
Rotonde
Sorbonne 2
Cambridge 32
Cambridge 30
 
15:00
15:25
O11 Synthetic replicator catalyses the formation of its precursors by photooxidation
Mr. G Monreal Santiago – University of Groningen
PEC2
KN2 Wheland Intermediates in Catalysis
Prof. M. Oestreich – Technische Universität Berlin
Prof M. Oestreich
15:25
15:50
15:50
16:15
O17 Water-dispersible copper sulfide nanocrystals for photocatalytic applications
Ms. C.H.M. van Oversteeg – Utrecht University
PEC4
O18 Electrochemical N2-splitting in the coordination sphere of Re
Mrs. R.S. van Alten – Georg August Universität Göttingen
CC2
16:15
18:00
Poster session I (number I 1 to 74 and PK01 to 10) in Erasmus Lounge
18:00
19:15
Dinner
19:15
19:45
Career Development & Opportunities
19:45
22:00
Company Market & Careers workshop
Tuesday: March 6th
09:00
09:45
PL3 Prof. V. Van Speybroeck – Ghent University   Molecular modeling within zeolite catalysis : The Methanol-to-Olefin process as a case study  Prof V. van Speybroeck (Rotonde)
Technical Exhibtions in front of booths take place at 9:45 and 10:50
Rotonde
Sorbonne 2
Cambridge 32
Cambridge 30
 
09:45
10:10
O21 In-situ alloying of Bimetallic Nanorods
Ms. J.E.S. van der Hoeven – Utrecht University
FHC1
O22 Ti-modified lignin as a catalyst for alkene epoxidation
Ms. M.R. Fernandes – Eindhoven University of Technology
RBH5
O23 Towards combining heterogeneous electro-catalysis and microbial electro-synthesis
Ms. K. Chatzipanagiotou – Wageningen University and Research Centre
BSCS1
O24 The unexpected photochemistry of non-heme iron catalysts
Ms. J Chen – University of Groningen
CC1
10:10
10:35
O25 In-situ Liquid Phase TEM study on the Assembly of Supported Iron Catalysts
Mrs. N.A. Krans – Utrecht University
FHC2
O26 The humins challenge: A catalytic approach
Ms. L. Filiciotto – Universidad de Cordoba
RBH6
O27 Redox-neutral enzymatic cascade for the synthesis of ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA)
Mr. Tonin – Delft University of Technology
BSCS2
10:35
10:50
Coffee Break
10:50
11:15
KN3 Prof. C. Sievers
11:15
11:40
O33 Controlled deoxygenation of citric and amino acids towards valuable chemicals
Mr. J.V. Verduyckt – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
RBH2
11:40
12:05
O35 Dry reforming of butane over Co-based catalysts
Ms. M. Ronda-Lloret – University of Amsterdam
AHC7
KN4 Prof A. Urakawa
O36 Ketonization of volatile fatty acids recovered from waste water streams
Mr. E. V. Fufachev – Utrecht University
RBH3
12:05
12:30
12:30
13:30
Lunch & Poster session II (number II 1 to 84) in Erasmus Lounge
13:30
14:20
PL4 Dr Annemarie Beers (Rotonde)
Technical Exhibtions in front of booths take place at 9:45 and 10:50
Rotonde
Sorbonne 2
Cambridge 32
Cambridge 30
 
14:20
14:45
O41 Direct liquid-phase amination of phenol into aniline
Mr. T.C Cuypers – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
AHC9
O42 Dual-mode humidity sensing using metal-organic frameworks
Ms. Y GAO – University of Amsterdam
ZCM1
O44 Photochemical Csp3 Oxidation in a continuous-flow microreactor
Mr. G. Laudadio – Eindhoven University of Technology
PEC5
14:45
15:10
O45 CaCO3 decomposition enhanced by DBD plasma
Mr. Giammaria – University of Twente
AHC10
O47 An Artificial Heme Enzyme for New-to- Nature Reactions
Ms. C Gutierrez – University of Groningen
BSCS7
15:10
15:35
O49 Plasma-catalytic CO2 hydrogenation on a Co/CeZrO4 catalyst
Mr. A. Parastaev – Eindhoven University of Technology
AHC11
O51 Direct photoreduction of Old Yellow Enzymes: from lab scale to preparative scale?
Ms. M.C.R. Rauch – Delft University of Technology
BSCS8
15:35
15:50
coffee break
15:50
16:15
O54 Advances in Organolithium cross coupling reactions
Mr. D Heijnen – University of Groningen
HC4
O56 Comparing Frustrated Lewis Pair Chemistry to Metal-Ligand Cooperativity
Ms. E.R.M. Habraken – University of Amsterdam
CC4
16:15
16:40
O58 Unravelling the mechanism of photocatalytic transformations using an automated continuous-flow protocol
Mr. K.P.L. Kuijpers – Eindhoven University of Technology
HC5
16:40
17:05
O61 Mn-promoted Ni/TiO2 catalysts for enhanced CO2 hydrogenation activity and stability
Mr. W.L. Vrijburg – Eindhoven University of Technology
AHC14
O62 A greener route for the synthesis of cyclic carbonates from carbon dioxide
Mr. Y Alassmy – University of Groningen
HC6
17:05
18:30
Poster session II (number II 1 to 84) in Erasmus Lounge
17:30
18:30
Dutch Catalysis Society meeting
18:30
19:30
Dinner
19:30
20:15
PL5 Prof. B. L. Feringa – University of Groningen   Exploring Catalytic Space with Metal-based Systems   Prof B. L. Feringa
Dessert and other announcements
Wednesday: March 7th
Rotonde
Sorbonne 2
Cambridge 32
Cambridge 30
 
09:00
09:25
O65 Investigating the role of Chromium in the high temperature water gas shift catalyst
Mr. M.I. Ariens – Delft University of Technology
AHC15
KN5 The Opportunity of Sustainable Materials
Prof. G.-J. M. Gruter – University of Amsterdam
Prof. G. J. Gruter
O67 Molecular separations by polymers confined in metal-organic frameworks
Mr. YT Tang – University of Amsterdam
ZCM4
09:25
09:50
O68 3D-printing for catalytic applications
Mr. JL Lefevere – VITO
AHC16
O70 Hierarchical ferrierite synthesized using cheap structure-directing agents
Mr. APB Bolshakov – Eindhoven University of Technology
ZCM5
09:50
10:15
O74 Tunable Prussian blue analogues for the selective synthesis of propargylamines through A3 coupling
Mr. C.M.M.A Marquez – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
ZCM6
10:15
10:35
Coffee Break
10:35
11:00
KN6 Probing Active Species in Catalysis – Application of Advanced X-ray Techniques
Prof. M. Tromp – University of Amsterdam
Prof. M. Tromp
O76 Chemistry of the aromatization of furanic compounds on zeolites
Mr. E. A. Uslamin – Eindhoven University of Technology
RBH10
O77 Water formation on cobalt surfaces in relation to Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis
Prof. A.C. Kizilkaya – Izmir Institute of Technology
FHC3
11:00
11:25
O78 Converting CO2 into valuable organic carbonates using group (IV) metal catalysts
Mr. A.J. Kamphuis – University of Groningen
HC9
11:25
11:50
O81 Light-Induced Oxygen Activation by a Mononuclear Non-heme Iron(III) Complex
Ms. C. Wegeberg – University of Groningen
TS7
KN7 S-O-Ligand-promoted Pd-catalyzed C-H Olefination of aromatic compounds
Prof. M. A. Fernández-Ibáñez – University of Amsterdam
Dr M. A. Fernandez
O82 Functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes as copper catalyst carrier
Mr. Shtyka – Lodz University of Technology
FBH12
11:50
12:15
O85 Solid acid foams for continuous dehydration of xylose to furfural in a biphasic extractive media
Mr. V. Krzelj – Eindhoven University of Technology
RBH13
12:15
13:00
Lunch & Poster session II (number II 1 to 84) in Erasmus Lounge
Rotonde
Sorbonne 2
Cambridge 32
Cambridge 30
 
KN8 Theoretical Studies of CO and CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol and Conversion of Methanol to Olefins
Prof. F. Studt – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Prof. F Studt
O88 Desaturation of ketones by Thermus scotoductus enoate reductase
Dr. MME Huijbers – Delft University of Technology
BSCS9
O90 Asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of ketones with simple Mn-diamine catalysts
Dr. G. A. Filonenko – Delft University of Technology
HC11
O91 A designer enzyme featuring an unnatural amino acid as a catalytic residue
Dr. C. Mayer – University of Groningen
BSCS10
O92 Methane dehydroaromatization is mediated by surface carbon
Dr. N. Kosinov – Delft University of Technology
FHC8
13:55
14:00
PL6 Prof. D. Stephan – University of Toronto   FLP Chemistry: New Avenues in Synthesis and Catalysis  Prof. D Stephan
14:40
15:00
Lecture and poster awards and closing remarks
15:00
Buses depart for Leiden Central Station
Monday: March 5th
10:45
11:00
Opening NCCC XIX (Rotonde) by S. Otto
11:00
11:45
PL1 Prof. G. J. Kramer Kramer – Utrecht University   Hydrocarbons in a net-zero emissions world   Prof G. J. Kramer (Rotonde)
11:45
12:30
PL2 Prof. T. J. Meyer – University of North Carolina   Making Solar Fuels  Prof T. Meyer (Rotonde)
12:30
13:30
Lunch & Poster session I (number I 1 to 74 and PK01 to 10) in Erasmus Lounge
Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
 
13:30
13:55
KN1 Electrochemical Engineering: Towards the Rational Design of Materials and Systems for the Conversion of Renewable Resources
Prof. W. A. Smith – Delft University of Technology
Dr W. Smith
O1 Controlling enantioselectivity in the addition of Grignard reagents to heteroaryl disubstituted olefins
Ms. T Pellegrini – University of Groningen
HC1
O2 On the dynamic nature of Mo sites for Methane Dehydroaromatization
Ms. Vollmer – Delft University of Technology
AHC1
O3 Detailed electronic structure analysis of the Diels-Alder cycloaddition between 2,5-dimethylfuran and ethylene over transition metal exchanged faujasites
Mr. R. Y. Rohling – Eindhoven University of Technology
TS1
13:55
14:20
O4 Homogeneous Mn Catalysts for the Efficient Hydrogenation of Esters
Mr. R. van Putten – Delft University of Technology
HC2
O5 Production of light hydrocarbons from syngas using a hybrid catalyst
Dr. DLS Nieskens – The Dow Chemical Company
AHC2
O6 Non-invasive in-situ imaging of binder effects in zeolite-based extrudates during 1-hexene oligomerization
Ms. S. P. Verkleij – Utrecht University
TS2
14:20
14:45
O7 An Electrochemical Water Splitting Cell Driven by Renewable Energy Operating at Low Overpotentials
Mr. J.H.J. Wijten – Utrecht University
PEC1
O8 Towards a hydrogen economy: Mechanistic insights for rational design of homogeneous methanol dehydrogenation catalysts
Drs. V Sinha – University of Amsterdam
HC3
O9 Development and optimization of aqueous phase CO chemisorption technique
Ms. MJEDS Enes da Silva – University of Twente
AHC3
O10 Platinum-Catalyzed Hydrogenation Reactions Studied by in situ SHINERS
Ms. C.S. Wondergem – Utrecht University
TS3
14:45
15:00
Coffee Break
Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
 
15:00
15:25
O11 Synthetic replicator catalyses the formation of its precursors by photooxidation
Mr. G Monreal Santiago – University of Groningen
PEC2
KN2 Wheland Intermediates in Catalysis
Prof. M. Oestreich – Technische Universität Berlin
Prof M. Oestreich
O12 Genesis of an Active Fischer-Tropsch Catalyst Particle as Captured by Operando Micro-Spectroscopy
Ms. IK van Ravenhorst – Utrecht University
AHC4
O13 Understanding zeolite-catalyzed reactions at operating conditions from first principle microkinetic modeling
Dr. K De Wispelaere – Ghent University
TS4
15:25
15:50
O14 Photocatalytic properties of porous TiO2 and Fe-doped TiO2 prepared by metal organic framework-mediated synthesis
Mrs. M.J. V.R. Valero Romero – Delft University of Technology
PEC3
O15 The Structure Sensitivity of Side Reactions in Classic CO2 Methanation Catalysts
Ms. C. Vogt – Utrecht University
AHC5
O16 Influence of structural topology on the catalytic properties of Zr based MOFs: the case of UiO-66 and MOF-808
Mrs. Hajek – Ghent University
TS5
15:50
16:15
O17 Water-dispersible copper sulfide nanocrystals for photocatalytic applications
Ms. C.H.M. van Oversteeg – Utrecht University
PEC4
O18 Electrochemical N2-splitting in the coordination sphere of Re
Mrs. R.S. van Alten – Georg August Universität Göttingen
CC2
O19 Catalysis by Design: A Modified Mannich Type Reaction Catalyzed by VO(acac)2 Supported on Covalent Triazine Framework
Dr. H Jena – Ghent University
AHC6
O20 Structural and Theoretical Investigation of Early Intermediates in Biomimetic Hydrogenase Catalysis.
Drs. J.P.H. Oudsen – University of Amsterdam
TS6
16:15
18:00
Poster session I (number I 1 to 74 and PK01 to 10) in Erasmus Lounge
18:00
19:15
Dinner
19:15
19:45
Career Development & Opportunities
19:45
22:00
Company Market & Careers workshop
Tuesday: March 6th
09:00
09:45
PL3 Prof. V. Van Speybroeck – Ghent University   Molecular modeling within zeolite catalysis : The Methanol-to-Olefin process as a case study  Prof V. van Speybroeck (Rotonde)
Technical Exhibtions in front of booths take place at 9:45 and 10:50
Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
 
09:45
10:10
O21 In-situ alloying of Bimetallic Nanorods
Ms. J.E.S. van der Hoeven – Utrecht University
FHC1
O22 Ti-modified lignin as a catalyst for alkene epoxidation
Ms. M.R. Fernandes – Eindhoven University of Technology
RBH5
O23 Towards combining heterogeneous electro-catalysis and microbial electro-synthesis
Ms. K. Chatzipanagiotou – Wageningen University and Research Centre
BSCS1
O24 The unexpected photochemistry of non-heme iron catalysts
Ms. J Chen – University of Groningen
CC1
10:10
10:35
O25 In-situ Liquid Phase TEM study on the Assembly of Supported Iron Catalysts
Mrs. N.A. Krans – Utrecht University
FHC2
O26 The humins challenge: A catalytic approach
Ms. L. Filiciotto – Universidad de Cordoba
RBH6
O27 Redox-neutral enzymatic cascade for the synthesis of ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA)
Mr. Tonin – Delft University of Technology
BSCS2
O28 Ligand based encapsulation of late transition metal complexes for second coordination sphere controlled catalysts
Mr. L.J. Jongkind – University of Amsterdam
CC3
10:35
10:50
Coffee Break
10:50
11:15
KN3 Prof. C. Sievers O29 Site-isolated iron-iron hydrogenase mimics for cage controlled proton reduction catalysis
Ms. S.S. Nurttila – University of Amsterdam
PEC8
O30 Continuous Production of 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural from Bio-based Carbohydrates in Biphasic Slug Flow Capillary Microreactors
Mr. W. Guo – University of Groningen
RBH1
O31 The case of the missing electrons: correlating charge transferred to film mass during Cr(VI) reduction for chlorate production
Ms. V Smulders – University of Twente
MCEC1
11:15
11:40
O32 Unravelling the mechanism of electrocatalytic ORR by copper tripicolylamine complexes
Mr. M Langerman – Leiden University
PEC9
O33 Controlled deoxygenation of citric and amino acids towards valuable chemicals
Mr. J.V. Verduyckt – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
RBH2
O34 Investigation of the interaction between electrocatalysts and dopants in hematite water splitting photoanodes by operando X-ray spectroscopy
Mr. ASM Ismail – Utrecht University
MCEC2
11:40
12:05
O35 Dry reforming of butane over Co-based catalysts
Ms. M. Ronda-Lloret – University of Amsterdam
AHC7
KN4 Prof A. Urakawa O36 Ketonization of volatile fatty acids recovered from waste water streams
Mr. E. V. Fufachev – Utrecht University
RBH3
O37 Nanogaps in Ag and Au nanoparticle clusters: A crucial parameter for SERS application
Mr. R.A Asapu – University of Antwerp
MCEC3
12:05
12:30
O38 Deciphering Reaction Network of New (V1–xWx)OPO4 Catalysts for the Selective Oxidation of n-Butane to Maleic Anhydride
Dr. J. X. Xie – BasCat - UniCat BASF Joint Lab
AHC8
O39 First implementation of earth abundant catalysts and anion exchange membrane in a vapor-fed solar hydrogen generator
Mr. G. Heremans – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
RBH4
O40 Elucidation of the chain-growth mechanism in the Fischer-Tropsch reaction on iron carbide surfaces
Mr. RJP Broos – Eindhoven University of Technology
MCEC4
12:30
13:30
Lunch & Poster session II (number II 1 to 84) in Erasmus Lounge
13:30
14:20
PL4 Dr Annemarie Beers (Rotonde)
Technical Exhibtions in front of booths take place at 9:45 and 10:50
Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
 
14:20
14:45
O41 Direct liquid-phase amination of phenol into aniline
Mr. T.C Cuypers – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
AHC9
O42 Dual-mode humidity sensing using metal-organic frameworks
Ms. Y GAO – University of Amsterdam
ZCM1
O43 Scope and Mechanism of S,O-Ligand-Promoted Pd(II)-Catalyzed C-H Olefination of Arenes
Ms. K. Naksomboon – University of Amsterdam
BSCS3
O44 Photochemical Csp3 Oxidation in a continuous-flow microreactor
Mr. G. Laudadio – Eindhoven University of Technology
PEC5
14:45
15:10
O45 CaCO3 decomposition enhanced by DBD plasma
Mr. Giammaria – University of Twente
AHC10
O46 One-step synthesis of hierarchical ZSM-5 using cetyltrimethyl-ammonium as mesoporogen and structure directing agent
Mrs. L. Meng – Eindhoven University of Technology
ZCM2
O47 An Artificial Heme Enzyme for New-to- Nature Reactions
Ms. C Gutierrez – University of Groningen
BSCS7
O48 Electrocatalytic CO2 reduction in neutral aqueous media on a NiII(cyclam) modified carbon electrode
Mr. M van der Plas – Leiden University
PEC6
15:10
15:35
O49 Plasma-catalytic CO2 hydrogenation on a Co/CeZrO4 catalyst
Mr. A. Parastaev – Eindhoven University of Technology
AHC11
O50 Cis-trans isomerism and the role of concentration in organic structure direction to zeolite catalysts (SSZ-39, GME)
Prof. M Dusselier – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
ZCM3
O51 Direct photoreduction of Old Yellow Enzymes: from lab scale to preparative scale?
Ms. M.C.R. Rauch – Delft University of Technology
BSCS8
O52 Transient behavior of Ni/NiO modified Mg:SrTiO3 in photocatalytic overall water splitting
Mr. Han – University of Twente
PEC7
15:35
15:50
coffee break
15:50
16:15
O53 Genesis, structure and stability of M/ZrO2 single atom catalysts and their application in a hydrogenation reaction
Ms. F. Liu – Utrecht University
AHC12
O54 Advances in Organolithium cross coupling reactions
Mr. D Heijnen – University of Groningen
HC4
O55 Tandem Catalytic Conversion of Fructose using Antagonistic Catalysts in a Pickering Emulsion
Ms. C.M. Vis – Utrecht University
BSCS4
O56 Comparing Frustrated Lewis Pair Chemistry to Metal-Ligand Cooperativity
Ms. E.R.M. Habraken – University of Amsterdam
CC4
16:15
16:40
O57 The structural versatility of hydrotalcites as engineering tool for an efficient nanoparticle stabilization in the Pd catalyzed Suzuki cross coupling
Drs. Van Vaerenbergh – Ghent University
AHC13
O58 Unravelling the mechanism of photocatalytic transformations using an automated continuous-flow protocol
Mr. K.P.L. Kuijpers – Eindhoven University of Technology
HC5
O59 A rapid enzymatic route towards metallo-beta-lactamase inhibitor Aspergillomarasmine A and related aminopolycarboxylic acids
Mr. H Fu – University of Groningen
BSCS5
O60 Novel methodology for the modulation of the functional groups of triazolylidene metal complexes and its applicability in redox catalysis
Mr. K.E. Lenzen – University of Bern
CC5
16:40
17:05
O61 Mn-promoted Ni/TiO2 catalysts for enhanced CO2 hydrogenation activity and stability
Mr. W.L. Vrijburg – Eindhoven University of Technology
AHC14
O62 A greener route for the synthesis of cyclic carbonates from carbon dioxide
Mr. Y Alassmy – University of Groningen
HC6
O63 Hydrogen bond networks facilitate the conversion of aliphatic aldehydes in the charged active site of S.cerevisiae transketolase
Mr. S.R. Marsden – Delft University of Technology
BSCS6
O64 Moving from d-block to p-block: Redox-reactions of boron- & aluminum-formazanate complexes
Mr. Mondol – University of Groningen
CC6
17:05
18:30
Poster session II (number II 1 to 84) in Erasmus Lounge
17:30
18:30
Dutch Catalysis Society meeting
18:30
19:30
Dinner
19:30
20:15
PL5 Prof. B. L. Feringa – University of Groningen   Exploring Catalytic Space with Metal-based Systems   Prof B. L. Feringa
Dessert and other announcements
Wednesday: March 7th
Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
 
09:00
09:25
O65 Investigating the role of Chromium in the high temperature water gas shift catalyst
Mr. M.I. Ariens – Delft University of Technology
AHC15
KN5 The Opportunity of Sustainable Materials
Prof. G.-J. M. Gruter – University of Amsterdam
Prof. G. J. Gruter
O66 New insights into the molecular structure of kraft lignin and its mechanisms of formation
Dr. C.S. Lancefield – Utrecht University
RBH7
O67 Molecular separations by polymers confined in metal-organic frameworks
Mr. YT Tang – University of Amsterdam
ZCM4
09:25
09:50
O68 3D-printing for catalytic applications
Mr. JL Lefevere – VITO
AHC16
O69 Experimental studies on the hydrotreatment of pyrolytic lignin to hydrocarbons and alkylphenolics using heterogeneous catalysts
Mrs. M.B. Figueirêdo – University of Groningen
RBH8
O70 Hierarchical ferrierite synthesized using cheap structure-directing agents
Mr. APB Bolshakov – Eindhoven University of Technology
ZCM5
09:50
10:15
O71 Single Particle Study on the Distribution of Active sites in a SiO2-Supported MAO/Metallocene Olefin Polymerization Catalyst
Ms. M.E.Z. Velthoen – Utrecht University
AHC17
O72 Selectivity and reactivity control in copper catalyzed alkylation of conjugated α,β,γ,δ-unsaturated amides
Mr. Y. Guo – University of Groningen
HC7
O73 Monitoring Catalytic Lignin Depolymerisation with Operando ATR-IR Spectroscopy
Mr. KNM Khalili – Utrecht University
RBH9
O74 Tunable Prussian blue analogues for the selective synthesis of propargylamines through A3 coupling
Mr. C.M.M.A Marquez – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
ZCM6
10:15
10:35
Coffee Break
10:35
11:00
KN6 Probing Active Species in Catalysis – Application of Advanced X-ray Techniques
Prof. M. Tromp – University of Amsterdam
Prof. M. Tromp
O75 Non-Heme Iron Catalysts with a Rigid N4 Ligand and Their Use in Selective Aliphatic C−H Oxidation
Mr. J Chen – Utrecht University
HC8
O76 Chemistry of the aromatization of furanic compounds on zeolites
Mr. E. A. Uslamin – Eindhoven University of Technology
RBH10
O77 Water formation on cobalt surfaces in relation to Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis
Prof. A.C. Kizilkaya – Izmir Institute of Technology
FHC3
11:00
11:25
O78 Converting CO2 into valuable organic carbonates using group (IV) metal catalysts
Mr. A.J. Kamphuis – University of Groningen
HC9
O79 Full lignocellulose conversion with integrated catalyst recycling via a two-stage reductive approach: pathways toward value-added chemicals and fuels
Mr. B. Fridrich – University of Groningen
RBH11
O80 A novel computational strategy to identify the active phase structure in heterogeneous catalysts
Mr. Liu – Eindhoven University of Technology
FHC4
11:25
11:50
O81 Light-Induced Oxygen Activation by a Mononuclear Non-heme Iron(III) Complex
Ms. C. Wegeberg – University of Groningen
TS7
KN7 S-O-Ligand-promoted Pd-catalyzed C-H Olefination of aromatic compounds
Prof. M. A. Fernández-Ibáñez – University of Amsterdam
Dr M. A. Fernandez
O82 Functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes as copper catalyst carrier
Mr. Shtyka – Lodz University of Technology
FBH12
O83 Identifying the location of Pt nanoparticles in a Pt/zeolite-Y/Al2O3 catalyst
Mr. J. Oenema – Utrecht University
FHC5
11:50
12:15
O84 Shell-Isolated Au Nanoparticles for In Situ Plasmon-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy of Hydrogenation Catalysts
Mr. T. Hartman – Utrecht University
TS8
O85 Solid acid foams for continuous dehydration of xylose to furfural in a biphasic extractive media
Mr. V. Krzelj – Eindhoven University of Technology
RBH13
O86 Sorting of Single Fluid Catalytic Cracking Particles with Magnetophoresis: Correlating Fe Distribution with Catalyst Deactivation
Ms. A.E. Nieuwelink – Utrecht University
FHC6
12:15
13:00
Lunch & Poster session II (number II 1 to 84) in Erasmus Lounge
Rotonde Sorbonne 2 Cambridge 32 Cambridge 30
 
KN8 Theoretical Studies of CO and CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol and Conversion of Methanol to Olefins
Prof. F. Studt – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Prof. F Studt
O87 Multicatalytic Reaction Factories: Selective Construction of Complexity
Dr. Nahra – Ghent University
HC10
O88 Desaturation of ketones by Thermus scotoductus enoate reductase
Dr. MME Huijbers – Delft University of Technology
BSCS9
O89 CO as an active spectator species in hydrocarbon conversions related to Fischer-Tropsch synthesis
Mr. C.J. Weststrate – Syngaschem BV
FHC7
O90 Asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of ketones with simple Mn-diamine catalysts
Dr. G. A. Filonenko – Delft University of Technology
HC11
O91 A designer enzyme featuring an unnatural amino acid as a catalytic residue
Dr. C. Mayer – University of Groningen
BSCS10
O92 Methane dehydroaromatization is mediated by surface carbon
Dr. N. Kosinov – Delft University of Technology
FHC8
13:55
14:00
PL6 Prof. D. Stephan – University of Toronto   FLP Chemistry: New Avenues in Synthesis and Catalysis  Prof. D Stephan
14:40
15:00
Lecture and poster awards and closing remarks
15:00 Buses depart for Leiden Central Station