ARC CBBC research was presented this week during the 24th edition of the NCCC.
Every year, the NCCC is the opportunity for researchers from academia and industry to meet during a three-day conference and discuss a broad range of topics in the field of catalysis. Important progress on the scientific challenges involved in the transition to a sustainable use of energy, materials and resources were discussed in a series of lectures by internationally renowned scientists as well as many contributed presentations by young researchers.
Several ARC CBBC young researchers have presented their works during the events (Mirjam de Graaf, Lotte Metz, Claudia Keijzer, Hao Zhang, Suzan Schoemaker, Rim van de Poll) as well as during the poster sessions. Several sessions were chaired by ARC CBBC tenure tracks including Nikolay Kosinov, Marta Costa Figueiredo, Ina Vollmer and Matteo Monai.
Congratulations to Claudia Keijzer (Utrecht University) who won the presentation prize for her presentation on the effect of carbohydrate templates in the making of high surface area α-alumina used as catalyst carrier for the selective oxidation of ethylene to ethylene oxide.