Digitalization and Digital Transformation are current trends finding their way into a wide range of applications in industry and academia. These trends are also expected to have a major impact on today´s workflows in research and development. It is expected that catalysis can strongly benefit from Digitalization, especially, if during a transformation process, the right steps and measures are taken. As a multidisciplinary discipline, bridging aspects of organic and organometallic chemistry, materials science, the chemistry of biological systems, and reaction and process engineering, catalysis is characterized by a plethora of data from the atomic to the process level – thus offering multiple levers where Digitalization can come into play.
The main topics are:
-Digitalization: an industrial viewpoint
-New perspectives in theoretical chemistry by digitalization
-How to structure, analyze and deal with “big data”
-Closing the gap and creating loops between theory and practice
-Virtual materials and handling of experimental data related to characterization and performance tests
The panel discussion “Digitalization in Catalysis: Opportunities, Challenges, Next Steps” give the audience an opportunity for open exchange of opinions and views.
GeCatS - The German Catalysis Society is the platform for the entire German catalysis community in the area of research and application. Currently it has about 1100 members from industry and academia.
Information on participating / attending:
11/05/2018 - 11/05/2018
Journalists, Scientists and scholars
Chemistry, Materials sciences
Types of events:
Seminar / workshop / discussion
Dr. Christine Dillmann
Event is free:
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event61162
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