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The 8th Tokyo Conference on Advanced Catalytic Science and Technology (TOCAT8): August 5 - 10, 2018; YOKOHAMA

Time Table at Glance


Special Sessions
- Methane conversion session linked JST's "Innovative Catalysts" project
- Photocatalysis session - to celebrate the career of Professor Kazunari Domen -
- APCAT session

Plenary Speakers

Wha-Seung Ahn
Inha University, Korea, Catalysis & Nanomaterials Lab., Department of Chemical Engineering Porous materials for catalysis and sustainability
Xinhe Bao
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics & Fudan University, China, Executive Vice President
Edmund Carnahan
The Dow Chemical Company, USA, Research Fellow, Performance Plastics R&D New Performance from Old Monomers: Advances in Olefin Block Copolymers
Avelino Corma
Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain Designing zeolites for catalytic applications
Marvin Estenfelder
Clariant, Germany, Vice President and Head of R&D, Business Unit Catalysts
Can Li
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China The dark reaction of artificial photosynthesis: Catalytic hydrogenation of CO2
Yoshimi Okada
岡田 佳巳
Chiyoda Corporation, Japan, Principal Researcher, Technology Development Unit and , Hydrogen Supply Chain Development Unit
Wataru Ueda
上田渉
Kanagawa University, Japan, Material and Life Chemistry
Bert Weckhuysen
University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, Department of Chemistry Catalysts Live and Up Close: Structure and Dynamics Probed with Operando Microscopy and Spectroscopy

Keynote Speakers

Aditya Bhan University of Minnesota Catalysis for Upgrading C1 feedstocks
Bhalchandra M. Bhanage Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT), Mumbai, India The use of carbon dioxide into value added Chemicals
Jiří Čejka Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Michael Claeys University of cape Town, South Africa Stability of CO hydrogenation catalysts studied in-situ
Christophe Coperet ETH Zurich, Switzerland Molecular-level understanding of Active Sites in Heterogeneous Catalysis
Franck Dumeignil Université de Lille Hybrid catalysis as the next challenge in biorefineries: concept and examples
Elio Giamello University of Torino Photochemistry of doped metal oxides. Is there some hope for applications in visible-light photocatalysis?
George Huber University of Wisconsin New Catalytic Pathways for Production of α,ω-diols from Biomass
Alexander Katz Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of California, Berkeley On route to understanding ligand control of catalysis on supported cluster surfaces
Sibuding Kawi National University of Singapore
Chang Hwan Kim Head of automotive catalysis group Hyundai, Korea Advancement of Environmental Catalysts to Improve “Real-World” Automotive Aftertreatment
Omer R. Koseoglu, Principal Professional Research & Development Center Saudi Aramco Innovation and research strategy for a new hydrocracking catalyst
Nakka Lingaiah Indian Institute of Chemical Technology The role of modified heteropoly acid catalysts in valorization of lingnocellulosic biomass
Haichao Liu Peking University
Dmitry Yu. Murzin Laboratory of Industrial Chemistry and Reaction Engineering, Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Åbo Akademi Universit Novel concepts in kinetic modeling of catalytic reactions involving complex organic molecules
Bijanto Nishiyama Asahi Kasei Corporation 旭化成 研究・開発本部/触媒技術開発センター/MLCプロジェクト Innovative process for carbonates from CO2
Unni Olsbye University of Oslo Tailoring MOFs for CO2 hydrogenation reactions
John Runnacles Lucite International UK Ltd Catalyst Design and Development for a Novel Methyl Methacrylate Process
Bert Sels KU Leuven
Irina Simakova Boreskov Institute of Catalysis Challenges in catalytic hydrogen borrowing reactions
Akshat Tanksale Monash University One-pot conversion of carbon oxides into formaldehyde and its derivatives in liquid phase reactions
Hiroshi Toshima Albemarle Catalysts Company BV Applied Catalysis and STAX® Modeling for Petroleum Residue Upgrading
F. Dean Toste, UC Berkeley Catalysis in Confined Spaces
Atsushi Urakawa Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ) ICiQ, Tarragona Space- and time-resolved operando spectroscopic studies of heterogeneous catalysts under unsteady-state operations
Ye Wang Xiamen University, China Development of new syngas conversion routes beyond Fischer-Tropsch synthesis
Karen Wilson Aston University Designing Porous Catalysts for Biomass Transformations
Kevin C.-W. Wu National Taiwan University Functional Nanoporous Materials for Lignocellulosic Biomass Conversion
Bo-Qing Xu Tsinghua University Selectivity control in acid-base catalysis for valorisation of biomass derivates
Suresh Bhargava Royal Merbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

 

TOCAT8 Organizing Committee
Catalysis Society of Japan

Kanda-Surugadai 1-5, Kagaku-kaikan, Chiyoda-ku
TOKYO 101-0062, JAPAN

E-mail: tocat8@shokubai.org