Updated: Oct 6
As a new benefit to its members, the ACS CATL Division continues our online educational seminar series (2021). This continues our previous series last year.
The series will consist of lectures and panel discussions with the objective to promote catalysis science. Content will include concepts and research approaches in catalysis science, latest innovations in industrial catalytic processes, and potential career paths from both the academic and industrial perspectives. The ACS CATL Educational Seminar Series intends to bridge the gap between Chemical Engineering/Chemistry textbooks and original research articles, and the series is particularly addressing junior members of the Division, especially graduate students and post-doctoral degree candidates, and experienced researchers entering a new sub-field of catalysis.
* Registration is open for CATL Division members.
* When registering the meeting, please use the email address associated with your ACS Account. This should be the email address where you receive ACS and Division email announcements. If you are unsure, you may check here.
* If you are not a member, we encourage you to click the link to join the Division.
* After registration to the event using the following links, you will receive registration confirmation and meeting link information via an email from the Zoom system with sender "Adelyn Hernandez" and a subject line containing "ACS CATL Division Educational Series". Please also check SPAM/junk folder.
Tuesday, Oct. 12, 12 PM Eastern
Richard and Kathy Leventhal Professor in the Department of Chemistry, the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, and the James Franck Institute. Director of the Chicago Center for Theoretical Chemistry
Wednesday, Dec. 1, 11 AM Eastern
Chair of Separation Science & Technology and Head of Institute,Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg "Insights into the Adsorption and Phase Behaviour of Fluids in Nanoporous Materials with Hierarchical Pore Structure: Towards an Advanced Textural Characterization"
Wednesday, Dec. 15, 11 AM Eastern
Professor Emeritus, Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin "Model Catalysts for Heterogeneous Catalysts at the Atomic Level"