The news about the keynote lectures at ITICAT2023

The news about the keynote lectures of ITICAT2023 have been published.

Important update:

Keynote lectures of ITICAT are confirmed. Six will be in person at Lumituuli, Dipoli and three are online. 

  1. Aug. 24, 2023, 10:00-10:30, Meeting room 2

    Fei Wei: Carbon-Si anode structure control and its influence on Li-ion transfer

  2. Aug. 24, 2023, 10:20-10:50, Meeting room 1

    Miguel A Banares: Membrane microreactors: a step towards faster and more selective glycerol valorization reactions

  3. Aug. 24, 2023, 13:50-14:20, Meeting room 1

    Daiqi Ye: A study on surface oxygen species and SIMS for VOCs oxidation catalyst

  4. Aug. 24, 2023, 14:10-14:40, Meeting room 2

    Dionysios Dionysiou: Mechanistic aspects of catalytic and photocatalytic interfacial processes for the degradation of emerging organic pollutants in water

  5. Aug. 24, 2023, 15:40-16:10, Meeting room 1

    Sibudjing Kawi: catalytic hollow fiber membranes for energy and environmental applications

  6. Aug. 24, 2023, 17:00-17:30, Meeting room 2 (online)

    Yulong Ding: Novel in-process CO2 splitting for carbon-and-energy-intensive industry decarbonization 

  7. Aug. 25, 2023, 10:10-10:40, Meeting room 2 (online)

    Edman Tsang: Catalytic active sites over rigid materials 

  8. Aug. 25, 2023, 11:30-12:00, Meeting room 2 (online)

    Fengshou Xiao: A combined catalyst of metal nanoparticles and zeolite crystals for efficient catalysis

  9. Aug. 25, 2023, 13:30-14:00, Meeting room 1

    Biaohua Chen: Small molecule regulating electrocatalytic materials and their performance. 

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