7th UK Catalysis Conference
ORGANISED BY THE SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY BELFAST
It is our pleasure to welcome you to participate in the 7th UK Catalysis Conference (UKCC), taking place from Wednesday 6th – Friday 8th January 2021
The UK Catalysis Conference (UKCC) is regularly attended by delegates from over 12 countries including the UK, EU, Asia and Latin America. Delegates also possess a variety of backgrounds and experience levels, with our attendess ranging from academic and industrial researchers, to experimentalists, theoreticians and students.
The 7th annual UKCC, which will take place entirely online, is set to be yet another exciting event, providing opportunities for catalysis scientists and engineers from across the academic and industrial communities to meet, network, and discuss the entire spectrum of catalysis, from organocatalysis, biocatalysis, and homogenous/heterogenous catalysis.
UKCC 2021 is organised under the auspices of:
The Surface Reactivity and Catalysis Special Interest Group of The Royal Society of Chemistry
The Applied Catalysis Special Interest Group of The Royal Society of Chemistry
The UK Catalysis Hub
You can find out more about UKCC 2020 below, and using the links at the top of the this page - the UKCC 2021 website will be updated consistently ahead of the event, so please check this site regularly for updates.
Prof. Anthony Burke - University of Evora, Portugal
"Constructing and Modifying Indoline and Chromane Cores: A Catalytic Story"
Prof. Sarah Haigh - University of Manchester, UK
"Accelerating Catalyst Development Using Advanced 3D and in-situ Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy"
Dr. Todd Toops - Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
"Approaches to catalytic emissions control at low temperature"
Prof. Ferdi Schüth -
Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Germany
"Mechanochemical and mechanocatalytic reactions in ball mills – from voodoo to science"
Prof. Silvia Bordiga - Universita’ di Torino, Italy
Prof. Robert J. Davis - University of Virginia, USA
Dr Oliver Gutierrez-Tinoco - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Dr Ulrich Hintermair - University of Bath, UK
Prof. Rafael Luque - Universidad de Córdoba, Spain
Dr James McGregor - University of Sheffield, UK
Prof. Dmitry Murzin - Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Dr Octavian Pavel - University of Bucharest, Romania
Dr Tomas Ramirez Reina - University of Surrey, UK
Prof. Jacinto Sá - Uppsala University, Sweden
Dr Gary Sheldrake - Queen’s University Belfast, UK
FOR YOUR DIARY
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION PORTAL OPENS -
MONDAY 21st JULY 2020
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINES:
ORAL PRESENTATIONS - TUESDAY 22nd SEPTEMBER 2020
POSTER PRESENTATIONS - FRIDAY 30th OCTOBER 2020
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION DEADLINE -
MONDAY 30th NOVEMBER 2020
THE 7th UK CATALYSIS CONFERENCE WILL TAKE PLACE
WEDNESDAY 6th TO FRIDAY 8th JANUARY 2021
Dr Haresh Manyar, Queen’s University Belfast (Chair)
Dr Nancy Artioli, Queen’s University Belfast
Dr Chunfei Wu, Queen’s University Belfast
Dr Dan Corbett, Queen’s University Belfast
Mrs Heather McDonald, Queen’s University Belfast (Secretary)
Prof. Chris Hardacre, University of Manchester
Prof. Graham Hutchings, Cardiff University
Prof. Richard Catlow, Cardiff University
Dr Josie Goodall, UK Catalysis Hub
Dr James Paterson, BP
Dr Keith Whiston, Invista
Dr Chris Mitchell, Sabic UK
Dr Paul Collier, Johnson Matthey
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT
Abstracts are invited from areas across the entire spectrum of catalysis research, from organocatalysis, biocatalysis, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, electro- and photo-catalysis. The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to the following topics:
Alternative feedstocks: renewables, carbon dioxide, waste streams
Catalysis for Chemical Synthesis
Catalyst Design: Synthesis and Characterization
Catalysis with Porous Materials
Electro- and Photo-Catalysis
Emerging Technologies in Catalysis
In-situ and Operando Spectroscopy Techniques
Theory and Computation in Catalysis
Please prepare your abstract in line with the exemplar abstract template available HERE.
When you're ready to submit your abstract for consideration by the Organising Committee, please use the button below to access the UKCC 2021 EasyChair website.
£25 for registrants who are academics, or industrial/government representatives
£FREE for registrants who are postdoctoral researchers, PhD students, or who hold emeritus positions
...this fee provides you with access to plenary lectures, keynote and oral talks, poster sessions, and equipment demonstrations/seminars delivered by our partner manufacturing companies.
Should you wish to cancel your registration, please let us know at least 30 days prior to the conference - conference fees will not be refunded after this time.
GET IN TOUCH
For further information, please contact the UKCC 2021 Organising Committee using the form in this section.
Alternatively, please contact us by phone on +4428 90 97 6608