ATC Conference goes PhD and discusses aspects of the currently most pressing issue to minimize climate change.
How can inorganic chemistry help to minimize climate change?
Join the 1st ATC PhD Student Workshop on Wednesday, 24th February 2021 and help to give an answer to the question
”What kind of processes, materials and products currently are developed in industry and within the academic world to reduce green-house gases?”
The workshop will provide a forum for PhD students and young scientists from academia and industry the day before the 30th ATC Conference.
Fuels and chemicals from CO2 and renewable power - two examples
R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/D &
T. Haas, Evonik Operations GmbH, Marl/D
PEM water-electrolysis en route for industrialisation – thanks to university based material research and industrial expertise
H. Gasteiger, TU München, Garching/D &
C. Gebauer, Heraeus Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG, Hanau/D
Synthesis of thermally stable ceria by thermal hydrolysis and use of the material for the exhaust treatment of fuel efficient Diesel engines with low exhaust temperatures
E. Özkan, Universität Giessen/D &
M. Votsmeier, Umicore AG & Co. KG, Hanau/D
Experts from industry and academia will give an overview in tandem lectures on different aspects of how different initiatives are aiming at minimizing the climate change. This is followed by selected short presentations of the participants (PhD students). In the coffee breaks participants can present their posters and visit the recruiting booths of the companies. The day ends in a nice restaurant with local food, beers and apple wine at a self-paid basis.
The PhD Student Workshop is a pre-conference workshop. It is free of charge for all registered PhD students of the 30th ATC Conference 2021.
The Online Registration will be open in October.