ACS Catalysis is Coming to CCS

On May 7, 2018, ACS Catalysis Editors, Editorial Advisory Board members, and distinguished guests will present at a one-day symposium on their own research, spanning the full spectrum of catalysis science, at the 31st Academic Annual Conference of the Chinese Chemical Society in Hangzhou, China. The event will be held at Hangzhou Expo Center in Room 205  (杭州国际博览中心205会议室).

Attend a “Meet and Greet” with the ACS Catalysis Editors at 17:00!

Check out a List of Speakers Below:

 Jingguang Chen Shengli Chen Abhishek Dey  Yan Feng冯雁
Columbia University Wuhan University Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Converting CO2 via Thermocatalysis and Electrocatalysis
“Energetic Span”-Based Volcano Relation for Oxygen Electrocatalytic Reactions
Rational Design of Electrocatalyst for CO2 Reduction
Enzyme Molecular Design in Synthetic Biology: A Key Role from Proof-of-Concept Towards Precision Function
Paolo Fornasiero Yingwei Li李映伟 Ding Ma马丁 Unni Olsbye
University of Trieste South China University of Technology Peking University University of Oslo
Well-Defined and Smart Catalysts
Metal-Organic Frameworks Based Materials for Advanced Catalysis Applications
Tunable Selectivity Towards Alkenes and Aromatics from Syngas Over Fe-Based Catalysts
Understanding the Selectivity of the Methanol to Hydrocarbons Process at the Molecular Level
 Takashi Ooi  Susannah Scott Vojislav R. Stamenkovic  Raghavan B. Sunoj
Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules, Nagoya University University of California, Santa Barbara Argonne National Laboratory Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Molecular Design of Organic Ion Pairs for Asymmetric Catalysis
Operando NMR Study of the Activation and Catalytic Hydrogenolysis Activity of Ni/Al2O3
Design of Materials for Energy Conversion, Storage and Biomedical Applications
Insights into Chiral Induction in Asymmetric Dual Catalysis through Transition
Feng Wang王峰 Shu-Li You游书力 Huimin Zhao Yong-Gui Zhou周永贵
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics
Heterogeneous Catalysis for Lignin Conversion
Transition-Metal-Catalyzed Asymmetric Allylic Dearomatization Reactions
Exploring the Synergy between Biological Catalysis and Chemical Catalysis
Asymmetric Hydrogenation of Heteroaromatics
Sukbok Chang   Odile Eisenstein Christopher W. Jones Philippe Sautet
Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology Université de Montpellier 2 Georgia Institute of Technology University of California, Los Angeles
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Ye Wang 王野   Bo-Qing Xu 徐柏庆
Xiamen University Tsinghua University
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