Scientific Program

SUNDAY 8.9.2019
18:00-20:00Reception Dinner - Bay View Hotel

program monday.xlsx
Monday 9.9.2019
9:00-9:30Jens Nørskov Catalysis for sustainable production of fuels and chemicals
9:30-10:00Jeroen van Bokhoven Direct conversion of methane to methanol: from science to technology
10:00-10:30Gary BrudvigMolecular Catalysts for Water Oxidation
10:30-11:00Spiros ZafeiratosCorrelating surface chemistry to reactivity in functional catalytic materials by means of operando spectroscopy
11:00-11:30Coffee break
11:30-12:00Carole Duboc Bio-inspired NiFe and FeFe electrocatalysts for H2 production: from homogeneous to heterogeneous catalysis
12:00-12:15Lior Elbaz Recent advances in electrocatalysis of oxygen reduction reaction with molecular catalysts
12:15-12:30Sathish PonnurangamActivation of CO2 on Cu surfaces: Contributions of surface structural and polarization effects
12:30-12:45Oz M. GazitMethane upgrading over Novel hierarchical supports
12:45-13:15Aravind AsthagiriDesigning IrO 2 (110) Surfaces for Selective Alkane Chemistry
13:15-13:30 –flash (5 min)David SimakovReverse Microemulsion Synthesized Molybdenum and Cobalt Carbides for Thermocatalytic Conversion of CO2 to Renewable Natural Gas and Syngas
Naseem HayekOxidative Coupling of Methane: Effect of Reaction Conditions on the Apparent Catalytic Performance of Doped Mn-Na2WO4/SiO2 Catalyst
Nadav SnirCalculating Dielectric Properties of α-Fe2O3
Using the GW-BSE Method
Tomer Y. BurshteinRevealing Structure–Activity Links in Hydrazine Oxidation: Doping and Nanostructure in Carbide–Carbon Electrocatalysts
14:30-16:00Poster session and free time
16:00-16:30Beatriz Roldán CuenyaOperando Insight into Electrocatalytic and Thermal Conversion of CO 2 to valuable Chemicals and Fuels
16:30-17:00Héctor AbruñaEnergy Conversion and Storage: Novel Materials and Operando Methods
17:00-17:30Franc Meyer Bioinspired Small Molecule Activation at Highly Preorganized Bimetallic Sites
program tuesday.xlsx
Tuesday 10.9.2019
9:00-9:30Moshe Sheintuch Can a Membrane Reactor be designed from first principles?
9:30-10:00Marie-Noëlle CollombPhoto-induced redox catalysis for hydrogen production with molecular and hybrid systems
10:00-10:30Ming-Tian ZhangBioinspired  Molecular Copper Catalyst for Water Oxidation
10:30-11:00Alex Schechter Study of oxygen reduction reaction on nanometric scale catalysts using a new SECM-AFM-TERS technique
11:00-11:30Coffee break
11:30-12:00José Ramón Galán-Mascarós Novel Strategies to Enhance OER Electrocatalysis in Alkaline Media
12:00-12:15Elad GrossMapping Catalytic Reactions on Single Nanoparticles
12:15-12:30Roman DobrovetskySmall Molecule Activation by Geometrically Constrained Phosphenium Cations
12:30-12:45Galia Maayan Bioinspired Soluble Manganese Clusters as Water-Oxidation Electrocatalysts
12:45-13:15Ronny Neumann Sustainable Electrochemical Oxidation of Hydrocarbons
13:15-13:30 Simon Yunes

Effect on in situ characterization of catalysts at the reaction conditions
14:30-16:00Poster session and free time
16:00-16:30Gloria Berlier Cu-CHA for NOx Selective Catalytic Reduction: insights into Cu speciation and reaction mechanisms by in situ spectroscopic techniques
16:30-17:00Moti HerskowitzReverse Water Gas Shift on Co-precipitated and C-Templated BaFe-Hexaaluminate
17:00-17:30Kallol RaySmall molecule activation at transition metal centers: Structure-function correlations
19:00Gala Dinner
program wednsday.xlsx
Wednesday 11.9.2019
9:00-9:30Peng ChenHigh-resolution reaction and photocurrent mapping for water oxidation on nanoscale photoanodes
9:30-9:45Maytal Caspary-TorokerTheoretical modeling of Fe2O3 nanosheets for water splitting
9:45-10:00 David Eisenberg:Pores, Cracks, and Channels: How Nanostructure Determines Activity andSelectivity in Small Molecule Activation
10:00-10:20Radim BeránekPhoto(electro) catalysis of water oxidation and oxygen reduction
10:20-10:45 Marc KoperElectrocatalysis of CO2 reduction
10::45-11:10Closing remarks and poster prizes