we are glad to invite you to participate in the Scientific School for Young Scientists "New Catalysts and Catalytic Processes for Solving Problems of Environmentally Friendly and Resource-Conserving Energy" to be held on October 11-15, 2022 on the basis of Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia.
The Scientific School for Young Scientists “New catalysts and catalytic processes to solve the challenges of environmental responsible and resource-saving energy production” organized within a project 19-73-30026 supported by the Russian Science Foundation will be held during the 7th International School-Conference for Young Scientists “Catalysis: from Science to Industry”.
Registration of participants on the conference website
The School for Young Scientists is devoted to modern tendencies in the field of fundamental and applied catalysis for solving problems of environmentally friendly and resource-сonserving energy. The School covers the basics of catalyst рreparation and production, mechanisms, kinetics and modeling of chemical reactions, promising catalytic processes and application of catalytic processes. A poster session will be held on the School for Young Scientists. A book of abstracts will be published.
Conference language is English.
The event will be held online and offline
Chairman: O.V. Vodyankina.
Members: Tamara S. Kharlamova, Vera P. Tuguldurova, Yulia A. Belik, Tatiana A. Bugrova, Nataliya V. Dorofeeva, Elena V. Evdokimova, Elena D. Fakhrutdinova, Maria V. Grabchenko, Oleg V. Magaev, Olga Yu. Miskevich, Olesya A. Reutova, Mikhail A. Salaev, Anna S. Savel’eva, Daria Yu. Savenko, Sergei A. Ten, Konstantin L. Timofeev, Alexander V. Zubkov
tel: +7 3822 420 780
Working daysOctober 11-15, 2022
Registration of participants on the conference websiteMay 31, 2022
Deadline for abstract submission on the conference websiteMay 31, 2022
ORGANIZERSRussian Science Foundation project 19-73-30026
Tomsk State University
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMThe scientific program of the school will consist of plenary and poster presentations of young scientists
CHAIRPERSONProf. Olga V. Vodyankina, TSU, Tomsk, Russia
Haifeng XiongCollege of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Xiamen University, Xiamen, ChinaThermally-stable heterogeneous single-atom catalysts
Jiguang DengBeijing University of Technology, Beijing, ChinaEnvironmental catalysis for VOCs pollution control and resource utilization
Andrey I. BoroninFederal Research Center Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, RussiaSingle atoms versus clusters in the Pt-CeO2 system
Konstantin M. NeymanICREA and Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, SpainComputational modelling of bimetallic nanoparticles in catalysis
Ekaterina A. KozlovaFederal Research Center Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, RussiaPhotocatalytic hydrogen production and CO2 reduction over g-C3N4-based photocatalysts
Ekaterina S. LoktevaLomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, RussiaTemplate Methods for Controlling the Structure and Texture of Ceria-Based Oxide Catalysts
Larisa G. GordeevaFederal Research Center Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, RussiaMOFs – water adsorbents for energy related applications: from test-tube to practical realization
Anton A. GabrienkoFederal Research Center Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, RussiaSolid-state NMR for in situ studies of hydrocarbon transformations catalyzed by metal-modified zeolites
Yuriy V. LarichevFederal Research Center Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, RussiaApplication SAXS for the study of the ordered mesoporous materials
Svetlana A. YashnikFederal Research Center Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, RussiaDiesel oxidation catalysts PtPd/MnOx-Al2O3: effect of Pt/Pd ratio in the catalyst on diesel soot oxidation by O2 and NO/O2 in dry and wet feeds
|The program of lectures of the Scientific School for Young Scientists is available on the website of the 7th International School-Conference for Young Scientists “Catalysis: from Science to Industry”||Link to the current schedule on the conference website|
Potential oral and poster contributors are invited to submit an one-page abstract via the website by May 31, 2022. A book of abstracts will be published.