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CatLab – Catalysis Laboratory

Programme

DAY BY DAY

As of 29th August 2022 - Subject to change

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DAY 1 - MONDAY, 29th AUGUST

DAY 1 • MONDAY, 29th AUGUST

SESSION 01
09:00

KEY NOTE LECTURE

Catalysis for renewable energy • Robert Schlögl (Fritz-Haber-Institute, Germany)

 

09:45 DISCUSSION

10:15

KEY NOTE LECTURE

Dynamics in Electrocatalysis • Beatriz Roldan (Fritz-Haber-Institute, Germany)

 

11:30 DISCUSSION

12:00

COFFEE BREAK

12:30 Electrocatalytic CO2-Reduction in Acid Medium at Cu2O-Derived Polycrystalline Cu Sites Immobilized within Network of WO3 NanowiresPawel Kulesza (University of Warshaw, Polen)
12:50 PLD preparation of electrodes for water electrolysisMartin Kostejn (Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals of the CAS, Czech Republic)
13:10 LUNCH BREAK
SESSION 02
14.30

KEY NOTE LECTURE
Electrocatalysis at high entropy alloy surfaces
• Jan Rossmeisl (Department of Chemistry University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

 

15:!5 DISCUSSION

15:45 Stability of electrocatalysts: From high-throughput and model studies to real systems • Serhiy Cherevko (Forschungszentrum Jülich / Helmholtz-Institute Erlangen-Nürnberg for Renewable Energy, Germany)
16:05 Atomistic Insights into the Electrolyte/Electrode Interface of Solid Oxide Cells • Thomas Lunkenbein (Fritz-Haber-Institute / CatLab, Germany)
16.25 Stability Challenges in Oxygen Electrocatalysis: Atomic-Scale Insights and Design of Advanced Materials • Olga Kasian (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany)
16:45 COFFEE BREAK
17:15 Intermetallic Compounds and Catalysis: Perspectives and Challenges • Yuri Grin (Max-Planck-Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Germany)
17:35 Hybrid electrocatalytic systems composed of PtSn nanocenters and Ru additives for oxidation of dimethyl ether as alternative fuel Iwona Rutkowska (University of Warshaw, Polen)
17:55 Challenges of intensifying electrochemical technologies for renewable energy storage Sonya Calnan (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin / CatLab, Germany)
18:30
DINNER

DAY 2 - TUESDAY, 30th AUGUST

DAY 2 • TUESDAY, 30th AUGUST
SESSION 03
09:30

KEY NOTE LECTURE
Storage Technology Needs for the New Energy System and their Industrialization TrendsMax Fleischer (Siemens Energy, Germany)

 

10:15 DISCUSSION

10:45 COFFEE BREAK
11:15 Challenges and opportunities of electrochemical CO2 conversion: from nanoscale catalysis to industrial implementation • Csaba Janaky (University of Szeged, Hungary)
11:35 Electrochemical scanning probe microscopy for catalysis researchChristopher Kley (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin / Fritz-Haber-Institute, Germany)
11:55 Experimental and Numerical Reactor Diagnostics: How to look inside catalytic reactors at work • Raimund Horn (Hamburg University of Technology, Germany)
12:15 LUNCH BREAK
SESSION 04
14:30

KEY NOTE LECTURE
Renewable energy systems: The role of O-vacancies in catalytic CO2 reduction reactions Jürgen Behm (Institute of Theoretical Chemistry, University of Ulm, Germany)

 

15:15 DISCUSSION

15:45 COFFEE BREAK
16:15 Electrocatalysis as Major Enabling Technology for Decarbonization Plamen Atanassov (University of California, Irvine, USA)
16:35 Chemical behaviour of Al-Pt compounds in oxygen evolution reaction (OER)Iryna Antonyshyn (Max-Plank-Institute for Chemical Phyics of Solids, Germany)
16:55 Size selected sub-nm clusters in heterogenous catalysis, electrocatalysis and Li-O2 batteries Stefan Vajda (Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Republic)
17:15

CatLab for novel Thin-Film metal Catalyst • Katarzyna Skorupska (Fritz-Haber-Institute / CatLab - Germany)

17:35 Thin-film technologies for catalyst preparation and characterization • Daniel Amkreutz (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin / CatLab - Germany)
18:00 CONCERT
19.00 CONFERENCE DINNER

DAY 3 - WEDNESDAY, 31st AUGUST

DAY 3 • WEDNESDAY, 31st AUGUST
SESSION 05
09:00

KEY NOTE LECTURE
Energy Efficiency: Key to Defossilizing the Chemical Industry
Michael Bender (BASF - Germany)

 

09:30 DISCUSSION

10:00

Density Functional Theory studies of catalytic systems for solar energy harvesting and storage Dorota Rutkowska-Zbyk (Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry PAS, Poland)

10:20 Influence of host structure and synthesis technique on the formation of active Fe, Co and Ni catalysts for ammonia decomposition under reaction conditions • Annette Trunschke (Fritz-Haber-Institute, Germany)
10:40 COFFEE BREAK
11:10 Transformation of methane to liquids by its selective oxidation by molecular oxygen • Jiri Dedecek (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry of the CAS, Czech Republic)
11:30 LDH-derived multinary magnesioferrites as alternative precursors for ammonia synthesis catalysts • Jan Folke (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Germany)
11:50 X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Studies of Pd Thin Film Catalysts • Eylül Öztuna (Fritz-Haber-Institute / CatLab, Germany)
12:10 Catalytic Performance of Thin Film Pd for Selective Acetylene Hydrogenation Zehua Li (Fritz-Haber-Institute / CatLab, Germany)
12:30 LUNCH BREAK
SESSION 06
14:30

KEY NOTE LECTURE

Mechanisms of Electrochemical Hydrogen Evolution and CO2 ReductionMarc Koper (Leiden University, The Netherlands)

 

15:15 DISCUSSION

15:45 COFFEE BREAK
16:15 Effect of the Surface Charge on the Oxygen and Hydrogen Peroxide Reduction Reactions • Enrique Herrero (University Alicante, Spain)
16:35 Electrochemical CO2 Conversion: Current Status, Perspectives and Caveats • Soma Vesztergom (Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, Department of Physical Chemistry, Hungary)
16:55 Intermetallic Compounds as Water Splitting Electro(pre)catalysts Prashanth Menezes (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin / CatLab, Germany)
17:15 Synthesis of NiSi and PbSn as cathodic materials • V. Drinek (Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals, Czech Republic)
17:35 CLOSING and FAREWELL
18:30 DINNER

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As of 5th August - Subject to change

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