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Upcoming Seminars


March 23, 2017

Daniel Esposito

Ph.D., University of Delaware, 2012
Assistant Professor
Columbia University
10:00 11:00 AM in 366 Colburn Lab

Hydrogen Production from Water Electrolysis— With and Without Membranes

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Past Seminars

2017


March 16, 2017
Speaker: Alan Allgeier, Principal Investigator, DuPont Central Research & Development
Abstract: Catalysis for Sustainable Chemistry: Process Development and Catalyst Characterization



February 28, 2017
Speaker: Michael Tsapatsis, Amundson Chair, University of Minnesota
Abstract: “2-Dimensional Zeolites”



February 3, 2017
Speaker: Lixin Xue, Professor/Deputy Director, Center of Membrane & Water Treatment, Zhejiang University, China
Abstract: “Syntheses and Applications of Ionic Conducting Polymers Bearing Fluorinated Sulfonylimide Groups”


Past Seminars

2016




December 8, 2016
Speaker: Jörg Kärger, Professor emeritus, Leipzig University, Germany
Abstract: “Monitoring Adsorption, Diffusion and Reaction Through The Microscope: The Novel Options of Microimaging”



November 4, 2016
George C. A. Schuit Lecture
Speaker: Avelino Corma, Instituto de Tecnología Química (CSIC-Polytechnical University of Valencia)
Abstract: “Building Fundamental Knowledge for Catalyst Design and Catalyst Design for Industrial Application”



October 20, 2016
Speaker: Shi-Gang Sun, Xiamen University, China
Abstract: “Structure Design and Controlled Synthesis of Nanocrystal Electrocatalysts With High Surface Energy and High Activity”



April 13, 2016
Speaker: Sourav Sengupta, DuPont
Abstract: “Catalysis – An Indispensable Tool”



March 18, 2016
Speaker: Roger Gläser, Professor, Universität Leipzig, Germany
Abstract: “Heterogeneous Catalysis in Nanopores: The Benefit of Hierarchical Pore Systems”



March 10, 2016
Co-hosted with Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation (CCEI)
Speaker: Angeliki Lemonidou, Department of Chemical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Abstract: “Advancing knowledge on ethane oxidative dehydrogenation mechanism over NiO-based Catalysts”



February 25, 2016
Co-hosted with Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation (CCEI)
Speaker: Aaron Scurto, Associate Professor, University of Kansas
Abstract: “Understanding Cellulose Processing in Ionic Liquids: Effects of Co- and Anti-Solvents”



February 22, 2016
Co-hosted with Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation (CCEI)
Speaker: Oleg Borodin, Scientist, Electrochemistry Branch, Army Research Laboratory, Adelphi
Abstract: “Modelling Lithium Battery Electrolytes and Solid Electrolytes Interphases”



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