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This meeting is a continuation of the Zing Conferences Carbon Dioxide Conversion Catalysis series.
The second Carbon Dioxide Conversion Catalysis (CDCC-2) will gather academic and industrial experts focusing on the catalytic conversion of carbon dioxide into value-added products. The conference will feature several relevant topics dealing with either heterogeneous, homogeneous or hybrid forms of catalytic solutions for the production of fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals, polymers and energy vectors.
The topical areas of the conference include new and improved synthesis of CO2-based polymers, heterocyclic synthesis, photocatalytic & electrocatalytic conversions, energy storage using CO2, new recycling strategies, new catalyst developments, biobased synthesis based on CO2, mechanistic analysis of CO2 processes and industrially relevant CO2 conversions.
The scientific sessions are set up to maximize interactions between the participants, with ample room for discussions during and around the conference, and a poster session to highlight the latest development in the area of CO2 catalysis. The main objective of the conference is to become a key reference for networking, and exploration of new ideas and collaborations in CO2 valorisation.
Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity for students! Fully paying academics can bring a student for only €820. Both registration packages include; accommodation for the 6, 7, 8 November 2021 (on a shared basis for students) and food and beverage package for the conference period. Once registered, please contact Emily Meen to obtain a special registration link for your student.
Confirmed Plenary Speaker
Matthias Beller (Leibniz Institute for Catalysis- LIKAT)
Confirmed Invited Speakers
Carmela Aprile (Université de Namur)
BIFUNCTIONAL HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSTS FOR THE EFFICIENT CONVERSION OF CO2 INTO CYCLIC CARBONATES
Benjamin Buckley (Loughborough University)
HARNESSING APPLIED POTENTIAL: SELECTIVE HYDROCARBOXYLATION UTILIZING CO2 AND OLEFINS
Carmine Capacchione (Università Degli Studi di Salerno)
COUPLING OF CO2 WITH EPOXIDES CATALYZED BY OSSO-TYPE TRANSITION METAL COMPLEXES
Shoubhik Das (University of Antwerp)
Fabian Dielmann (University of Muenster)
ZWITTERIONIC LEWIS BASE ADDUCTS FOR REVERSIBLE AND SELECTIVE FIXATION OF CARBON DIOXIDE
Francisco José Fernández-Alvarez (University of Zaragoza-ISQCH)
Giulia Fiorani (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia)
Gabriela Garbarino (Università degli Studi di Genova)
Bruno Grignard (University of Liège)
Cor Koning (DSM)
SUSTAINABLE POLYCARBONATE COATINGS BASED ON CO2 AND EPOXIDES
Vasileios Kyriakou (University of Groningen)
Julio Lloret Fillol (ICIQ)
Giuseppina Luciani (University of Napoli Federico II)
Cecilia Mondelli (ETH Zurich)
DESIGN OF In2O3-BASED CATALYSTS FOR SUSTAINABLE METHANOL PRODUCTION
Atsushi Urakawa (Delft University of Technology)
HIGH-PRESSURE CO2 CONVERSION TO METHANOL – THE NEXT CHALLENGES
This conference will appeal to academics, industrial scientists/chemists, policy makers (EU and national ones) and sustainability platforms.
The conference will also be of interest to anyone with a focus on using renewable feedstock to produce commodity chemicals, polymers and fine-chemical products from this carbon synthon.
CO2 conversion catalysis is a vibrant field of science, which continues to provide new and improved ways of converting this waste into value. Since the last CDCC in 2016, many new catalytic processes have been developed, giving a clear incentive for the CDCC-2 (2021), offering a rigorous update of the state-of-the-art catalysis developments in this area.
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