ATC Special & 1st ATC PhD Student Workshop

24 - 25 February 2021
Online Event

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the scientific committee decided to postpone the „30th ATC - Industrial Inorganic Chemistry - Materials and Processes“ previously scheduled 25-26 February 2021 to 2022.  We will be glad to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the ATC Conference with you in person in 2022 in Frankfurt. The new date will be announced in due time.

But the ATC stays active!

Therefore we welcome you to the „ATC Special – Online Edition: Industrial Inorganic Chemistry - Materials and Processes” taking place on 25 February 2021 with six invited lectures. It focuses on one of the most pressing issues of these days, a carbon free economy

Also, join the 1st ATC PhD Student Workshop to discuss the question „How can inorganic chemistry help to minimize climate change?“. The Online Workshop will take place on 24 February 2021.

Both online events will provide excellent opportunities for established and young researchers from academia and industry to exchange knowledge, to get in contact and will foster out-of-the-box thinking to generate new ideas.

Online registration is open now!

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1st ATC PhD Student Online Workshop on 24 February 2021

ATC Special - Online Edition on 25 February 2021

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Towards a decarbonized Chemical Industry

Clean hydrogen-technology is currently enjoying an unprecedented momentum. Its flexibility makes it so useful within future energy systems.

Hydrogen already can be gained from a wide variety of resources. In addition, it can be used in a wide range of applications, such as power generation, fuel and as a base chemical for the chemical- and steel industry. Moreover, hydrogen is already used in the chemical industry, so industry is familiar with its production, handling and distribution. While green hydrogen can help to decarbonize our energy system, however, the use of hydrogen in the economy also has to face challenges including bottlenecks related to scientific, technical and materials issues and the competition with optional technologies.



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