30th ATC 2022: Industrial Inorganic Chemistry - Materials and Processes & 2nd ATC PhD Student Workshop

Invited Speakers

 (as of August 2021)

 
Plenary lecture

Inorganic solid state chemistry as a key to new syngas conversion catalysts

M. Behrens, Universität Kiel/D

 
CO2 neutrality and conversion in inorganic chemistry
 

Carbon capture and energy efficient gas separation with membranes based on metal-organic framework materials

A. Knebel, Otto Schott Institut, Jena/D

  Methane pyrolysis for CO2-free hydrogen production – updates from research and development
A. Bode, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D
 

What is an Ammonia Economy

A. Nymand-Andersen, Evonik Operations GmbH, Essen/D
 

Photocatalytic CO2 reduction: only a scientific playground or a reaction with future potential?

J. Strunk, Leibniz Institut, Rostock/D

 

Light-driven activation of small molecules: quantum chemical insights into photochemical nitrogen fixation

V. Krewald, TU Darmstadt/D
 

New approaches to C1, N1 and N2 transfer

D. Munz, Universität Saarbrücken/D

 
Advanced Characterization Methods
 

State of the art electron microscopy in inorganic chemistry research
B. Hinrichsen, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D

 

Electron Spins as Probes for Catalysis Research

A. Schnegg, MPI, Mülheim/D

 
Materials for Energy Efficient Electronics
 

Multinary materials for emerging memory and selector devices

M. Weling, Intermolecular, San Jose, CA/USA

 

Towards tellurium-free thermoelectric modules for power generation from low-grade heat

K. Nielsch, TU Dresden/D

 

Memristive materials and devices for neuromorphic computing

R. Dittmann, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH/D

 
Special lecture

Inorganic chemical processes in the production of Ancient Greek and Roman sculptures and their experimental reconstruction

V. Brinkmann, Liebieghaus, Frankfurt/D

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