Green Solvents Conference

Confirmed invited speakers

as of 3 May 2016

Sunday Evening Lecture
David J. Cole-Hamilton. University of St. Andrews/UK


Keynote Lectures
Flow “Fine” Synthesis: High Yielding and Selective Organic Synthesis by Flow Methods
Shu Kobayashi, The University of Tokyo/J
Ionic Liquids XPS comes of age: new information on the silverline
Peter Licence, University of Nottingham/UK
Rhodium catalysed hydroformylation of higher olefins in new cyclodextrin-based reaction media
Eric Monflier, Université d'Artois, Lens/F
Supercritical carbon dioxide: solvent and reactant in multiphase systems
Manuel Nunes da Ponte, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Caparica/P
Solvent selection: challenge and opportunity for catalysis & process design
Regina Palkovits, RWTH Aachen/D
Invited Speakers
Green solvents in carbohydrate chemistry
María José Hernáiz Gómez-Dégano, Complutense University, Madrid/E
Hydrophobic deep eutectic solvents: design, properties and applications
Maaike Kroon, The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi/UAE; D.J.G.P. van Osch, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven/NL; L. F. Zubeir, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven/NL; A. van den Bruinhorst, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven/NL; M.A.A. Rocha, University of Bremen, Bremen/D
Selective Catalytic Epoxidation of Terpenes: Sustainable Manufacturing of Biorenewable Materials using Compressed CO2
Massimiliano Vezzoli, Marc Hutchby, Katarzyna Smug, Matthew Davidson, Stephen Bull, Pawel Plucinski, Ulrich Hintermair; University of Bath/UK
Gamma-valerolactone as a renewable solvent for catalysis
Laszlo T. Mika, Budapest University of Technology and Economics/H

Lewis superacids in ionic liquids
Sesime Coffie, James M. Hogg, Lucy Brown, John D. Holbrey, Fergal Coleman, Małgorzata Swadźba-Kwaśny, QUILL, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, The Queen’s University of Belfast/UK; Karolina Matuszek, Anna Chrobok, Department of Chemical Organic Technology and Petrochemistry, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice/P


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