Catalysts are required for the targeted breaking down of chemical structures, be it from biomass or recycled materials. But they are also needed to build new molecules from resources such as CO2 or monomers. Thus, a circular economy depends on the development and application of a large variety of catalytic processes that will be presented at this event.
10:30 Welcome and Introduction
R. Palkovits, RWTH Aachen/D
10:40 Ways to a circular economy: current status and initiatives
E. Barsch, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Berlin/D
10:55 Propelling a Sustainable Catalyst Cycle
P. Galliou, Eurecat SA, La Voulte sur Rhône/F
11:15 ChemCyclingTM – Challenges and Opportunities of the Chemical Recycling of Plastic Waste
D. Koepke, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D
11:35 Who Needs Oil? The Refinery of the Future
E. Vogt, Utrecht University/NL
11:55 Opportunities and challenges for catalysis in plastics upcycling
J.A. Lercher, TU München/D
12:15 Panel Discussion
13:00 Closing Remarks
Information on participating / attending:
01/27/2021 - 01/27/2021
Scientists and scholars
Biology, Chemistry, Environment / ecology, Materials sciences
Types of events:
Conference / symposium / (annual) conference
Dr. Christine Dillmann
Event is free:
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event67600
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