2021

Location: Online-Conference
The focus of the second day of the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry is the question "What can chemistry contribute to the energy supply of the future?" [more]

Vista Symposium

Vista Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and data-science for synthesis
Are you a synthetic or computational chemist who wants to know more about cutting-edge ML and Data Science? Then register for the inaugural virtual VISTA symposium (July 13th-July 20th, 2021), organized by Rajat Maji, a postdoc from the Ben List group. With 36 world-leading speakers from academia and industry, it's not one to miss! Registration is free (closes on July 1st) and seats are limited: so claim your spot now.... Registration Link: https://rajatmaji.com/vista/vista-webinars/artificial-intelligence-and-data-science-for-synthesis/ [more]

Expressing Reactivity with Spectroscopy 2021

Expressing Reactivity with Spectroscopy 2021
ExpReS 2021 aims to connect students, scientists, and industries to discuss research findings and current advance about the importance of spectroscopy for the understanding of structure/reactivity relationships and insights into catalytic mechanisms. The symposium will feature examples from the main branches of catalysis: Heterogeneous Catalysis, Homogeneous Catalysis, Bio-catalysis, and their industrial applications. [more]

Wege aus der Klimakrise: Herausforderungen für die Wissenschaft

Wege aus der Klimakrise: Herausforderungen für die Wissenschaft

German Zeolite Conference

  • Start: Mar 10, 2021 08:45 AM
  • End: Mar 11, 2021 03:45 PM
  • Location: Online-Conference
Die 32rd German Zeolite Conference is organized jointly by scientists of the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung and the University Duisburg-Essen in close collaboration with the DECHEMA e.V.Due to the Corona pandemic, the conference is an online event, taking place on March 10-11, 2021. The program covers the areas Catalysis, Adsorption, Microporous Materials, and Mesoporous Materials.Plenary lectures will be given by Prof. Gonzalo Prieto (ITQ, Polytechnical University, Valencia, Spain, Prof. Phillip Llewellyn (Total, France), Prof. Svetlana Mintova (CNRS, Caen, France), and Prof. Freddy Kleitz (University Vienna, Austria).Further details at https://dechema.de/DZT2021.html [more]
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