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Yury S Nechaev, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Yury S Nechaev, Bardin Central Research Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy, Russian Federation

In this work, an effective methodology was applied to analyze the well-known (but not reproduced by anyone) data on the “super” sorption of hydrogen in the know-how activated graphite nanofibers (GNF). Such processing of the thermal desorption and thermogravimetric da [....] » Read More

Venko Beschkov, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Venko Beschkov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

It is shown that bacteria Bradyrhizobium japonicum 273 are capable of degrading phenol at moderate concentrations either in a free culture or by immobilized cells on granulated activated carbon particles. The application of a constant electric field during cultivation leads to en [....] » Read More

Edward Lee Ruff, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Edward Lee Ruff, York University, Canada

A series of 9H-fluorenols and 9H, 9’H-bifluorenyls were irradiated in less polar solvents giving photoproducts derived from their corresponding 9H-fluorenyl radicals. These transient species were directly observed by laser flash photolysis and their UV/visible spectra compa [....] » Read More

Chunshan Song, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Chunshan Song, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Non-thermal plasma can activate various molecules that are thermally difficult to activate at low (or ambient) temperatures. Recent advances in non-thermal plasma-enhanced catalysis has made it possible to conduct difficult reactions at ambient temperatures for activating molecul [....] » Read More

Mohamed Ezeldin Abdalla Osman, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Mohamed Ezeldin Abdalla Osman, Peoples Friendship University of Russia, Russian Federation

Catalytic conversion of synthesis gas to higher alcohols has received tremendous interest due to the generation of environmentally benign octane boosters and alternative fuels to supplement the diminishing supply of the world’s finite fossil fuel reserves. K–modified [....] » Read More

ai suzuki, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
ai suzuki, tohoku university, Japan

Automotive catalysts compose of various kinds of metals and metal oxides. By using multi-scale theoretical method combined with three dimensional Kinetic Monte Carlo method, the sintering behavior of Pt can be explained by the diffusions on support materials such as ceria, zircon [....] » Read More

Motoi Machida, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Motoi Machida, Chiba University, Japan

In this conference, we would like to give you a short review and also show our current experiences on the development of adsorbents to remove nitrate from water. Starting material for the adsorbents is commercially available air stabilized polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fiber, namely PY [....] » Read More

Yong Xu, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Yong Xu, Tongji University School of Medicine, China

Wharton’s jelly (WJ) is considered a potential scaffold in tissue-engineered trachea for its similar composition and function to cartilage tissue. However, the feasibility of using WJ to construct engineered neocartilage tissue has not been reported, let alone tubular trach [....] » Read More

Deepak Sharma, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Deepak Sharma, Bayer U.S. , United States

The principles of process intensification if used on existing processes can lead to development and redesign of existing processes to become more sustainable. This presentation will discuss a process and an adsorbent for the separation of ethanol associated oxygenates from a dilu [....] » Read More

Bhuvanasundari, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Bhuvanasundari, IIT Madras, India

Advanced oxidative processes based on visible light active photocatalysis are particularly promising for water treatment using solar energy. However, especially on large scale, the retrieval and recycling of semiconductor photocatalysts present formidable challenges. In this cont [....] » Read More

Azhar Bayeshova, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Azhar Bayeshova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan

Our research is devoted to the electrochemical processes occurring during polarization by industrial alternating current with frequency of 50 Hz. The possibility of conducting targeted oxidation and reduction processes in the anode and cathode half-cycles of alternating current w [....] » Read More

Damjan Blazeka, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Damjan Blazeka, Institute of Physics, Croatia (Hrvatska)

Pulsed laser ablation in liquid (PLAL) is green technique for synthesis of nanoparticles. In PLAL, the solid target immersed in liquid is irradiated by pulsed laser beam. Plasma plume is formed during the interaction between laser pulse and target, which after its collapse releas [....] » Read More

Jianbing Gao, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Jianbing Gao, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Particulate matter (PM) from internal combustion engines such as direct injection petrol engines and diesel engines has generate negative impacts on human health and environment. Diesel particulate filters (DPF), as the most successful technology of removing PM in engine exhaust, [....] » Read More

Sergio Nogales Delgado, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sergio Nogales Delgado, University of Extremadura, Spain

The implementation of biorefineries is becoming a reality nowadays, due to the increasing environmental concern of society and institutions. Thus, there are countless ways to produce energy, biofuels or bioproducts from natural feedstocks, which could be integrated in a biorefine [....] » Read More

Jana Pisk, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Jana Pisk, University of Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)

Metallosupramolecular chemistry area has grown exponentially with a key role of multinuclear metal complexes (MMC) [1,2].The most interesting and challenging MMS are metal-organic frameworks (MOF) and self-assembled supramolecular coordination complexes (SCC), applied for sensing [....] » Read More

Riam Abu Much, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Riam Abu Much, The Academic Arab College for Education in Haifa, Israel

A fundamental of the physics and chemistry of solids is the understanding that most of their properties depend significantly on the size of a solid particle in one, two, or three dimensions. Whether it can be called a revolution or simply continuous evolution, the development of [....] » Read More

Tamilla Naibova, Speaker at Catalysis Conferences
Oral Presentation
Tamilla Naibova, Azerbaijan State University of Oil and Industry, Azerbaijan

In order to obtain desired properties of oligomers, modification process is used to change their structure and composition. In this matter, using traditional technology equipments and methods  is more suitable. Lately to eliminate deficiencies of known oligomers, the process [....] » Read More

Adelaja Osibote, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Adelaja Osibote, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Globally, there is depletion of fossil fuels and rise in energy demand due to population and industrial growth and this has caused a need for finding alternative fuels that are less harmful and can bring about energy security within a country. These findings have been going under [....] » Read More

Dai Yeun Jeong, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Dai Yeun Jeong, Jeju National University, Korea, Republic of

A variety of strategies are being implemented to reduce the emission of human induced greenhouse gases, particularly carbon dioxide in relation to climate change at a global, national and regional level for achieving a low-carbon and carbon-neutral society. The ultimate goal o [....] » Read More

Ashanendu Mandal, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ashanendu Mandal, University of Calcutta, India

The research aims to carry out the fixed-bed column study of phenol removal from wastewater by low-cost natural bioadsorbent neem leaves. The neem leaves were characterized by SEM, XRD, FTIR and BET analyzers. The optimum pH of the phenol solution was determined by batch experime [....] » Read More