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International Conference on Catalysis and Pyrolysis 2018
(ICCP-2018), will be organized around the theme “Advanced catalysis for Energy Conversion, Chemical Transformation, and Computational Catalysis”
ICCP 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in ICCP 2018
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In the field of chemical industry and industrial research, catalysis plays an imperative role. Different catalysts are in continual progress to attain economic, political and environmental desire. When using a catalyst it can swap a polluting chemical reaction with a more environmentally friendly alternative. Today, and in the future, this can be vital for the chemical industry. In addition, it’s important for a company/researcher to pay attention to market development. Some of the large chemical processes that use catalysis today are the production of methanol and ammonia
- Track 1-1Industrial chemistry
- Track 1-2Mass transfer and separations
- Track 1-3Fluid mechanics and interfacial phenomena
- Track 1-4Nano scale science and engineering
- Track 1-5Bio chemical and biomolecular engineering
- Track 1-6Towards computational catalyst design
- Track 1-7Product and process systems engineering
Chemical kinetics is vital for understanding a number of processes, for example how food is metabolized, how pharmaceuticals play a beautiful role in the biological system, and how pollutants which are produced by gasoline combustion are converted for release into the atmosphere. Chemical Kinetics and Catalysis meets this challenge and provides an appropriate text for the next generation of scientists in this field. The molecular addition of hydrogen molecule to ethylene is a prototype of symmetry forbidden reaction. Moreover, recent theoretical calculations have shown that the barrier for a reduced symmetry path is not very high, thus in this process catalysis for the reaction is very much
- Track 2-1Computational Catalysis
- Track 2-2Mechanisms for prototypical catalytic processes
- Track 2-3Ab initio thermodynamics
- Track 2-4Deterministic kinetics
- Track 2-5Bonding of adsorbates on surfaces
- Track 2-6Towards computational catalyst design
This field of study amalgamate facet of organic, organometallic, and inorganic chemistry. Synthesis forms a considerable component of most programs in this area. Mechanistic scrutiny are often undertaken to discover how an unexpected product is formed or to rearrange the recital of a catalytic system. Because synthesis and catalysis are essential, to the construction of new materials, Catalysts are progressively used by chemists busy in fine chemical synthesis within both industry and academia. Today, there prevail huge choices of high-tech catalysts, which add enormously to the repertoire of synthetic possibilities. However, catalysts are intermittently fickle, sometimes grueling to use and almost always require both skill and experience in order to achieve optimal results
- Track 3-1Green Chemistry
- Track 3-2Green Synthesis
- Track 3-3heterogeneous catalysis
- Track 3-4Metallocene Catalysts
- Track 3-5Petrochemicals
It has become a substitute method of choice for the production of fine chemicals at high yields and excellent selectivity under mild reaction condition. The impact of bio catalysis in the future will be the enlarge of ability to use enzymes to catalyze chemical reactions in industrial processes, including the manufacture of drug material, flavors, fragrances, electronic chemicals, polymers—chemicals that literally impact almost every facet of your life. In adopting biocatalysis as a mainstream technology for chemical production, is introducing a technology that is greener, reduces pollution and cost, and creates greater sustainability Environmental catalysis and Nano Catalysis.
Biotransformation is a chemical modification (or modifications) of chemical compounds such as nutrients amino acids , toxins and drugs in the body by an organism ending in the production of mineral compounds like CO2, NH4+, H2O or water soluble compounds so that it can be easily eliminated from the body
- Track 4-1Green Energy
- Track 4-2Phtoelectronic devices and materials
- Track 4-3Energy Devices
- Track 4-4Electrocatalysts
- Track 4-5Enzymes and biocatalysts
- Track 4-6Energy processing
A swift progress in the research of organometallic and coordination compounds has the trigger to the advancement and effective industrial application of a number of catalytic processes based on the use of these compounds as catalysts. The major advantage of organometallic catalysis that has led to its widespread adoption by industry is selectivity, the ability to produce pure products in high yield.
The dearth of metal in organocatalyst brings an indisputable advantage considering both the principles of “green chemistry” and the economic point of view. It is a novel synthetic philosophy and mostly an alternative to the prevalent transition metal catalysis. Organocatalysts are often based on nontoxic organic compounds originating from biological materials. Organocatalysts can be Lewis bases, Lewis acids, Brønsted bases, and Brønsted acids
Spectroscopy might be a strategy whereby the spectroscopic characterization of materials undergoing reaction is coupled at an equivalent time with lives of chemical process activity and property. The primary concern of this method is to establish structure-reactivity/selectivity relationships of catalysts and thereby yield information regarding mechanisms. Totally different uses unit of measurement as a tool for engineering enhancements to existing chemical process materials and processes and as a tool for developing new ones.
- Track 6-1Photoemission and Auger Spectroscopy
- Track 6-2The Ion Spectroscopies
- Track 6-3Mössbauer Spectroscopy
- Track 6-4Diffraction and EXAFS
- Track 6-5Microscopy and Imaging
- Track 6-6The Vibrational Spectroscopies
In photocatalysis, light is absorbed by an adsorbed substrate. In photo-generated catalysis, the photocatalytic activity (PCA) depends on the ability of the.At the same time, it is important to develop tools for in situ characterization of Nanocatalysts under realistic reaction conditions, and for monitoring the dynamics of catalysis with high spatial, temporal and energy resolution. Moreover, we present a perspective on the challenges and opportunities in future research on Nanocatalysis.
- Track 7-1Sustainable Energy
- Track 7-2Controlled synthesis of nanocatalysts and rational design of catalytically active centers
- Track 7-3In situ characterization of nanocatalysts
- Track 7-4Dynamics of catalytic processes
- Track 7-5Scale-up and commercialization of nanocatalysts
- Track 7-6Computational chemistry with a complexity approximating that of experiments
It is widely accredited that there is a snowball need for more environmentally acceptable processes in the chemical industry. This inclination towards what has become known as ‘Green Chemistry’ ‘Sustainable Technology’ entail a paradigm shift from traditional concepts of process efficiency, that focus mostly on chemical yield, to one that assigns economic value to eradicating waste at source and avoiding the use of toxic and or hazardous substances.
- Track 8-1Alternative Reaction Media
- Track 8-2Catalytic C–C Bond Formation
- Track 8-3Catalytic Oxidation
- Track 8-4Catalytic Reduction
- Track 8-5Catalysis by Solid Acids and Bases
Polymer engineering is a sub-field of materials engineering primarily focusing on the development of new products. Polymer engineers often study plastics, although other substances are also considered polymers. It is emerging as one of the most important fields of engineering with varied applications in low weight–high strength designs, aerospace applications and in general replacing metals with same strength with lesser density. Besides the design of the polymers and particles, we also address the issues of cost-effectiveness and reaction engineering, especially in water-based polymerization techniques like emulsion polymerization.
The sustainable, environmentally friendly and economical production of monomers and polymers requires highly efficient catalysts. Use of catalysis for non-polymer related processes, such as hydrogenation, selective oxidation.
- Track 9-1Polymer Catalysis
- Track 9-2Polymer Chemistry
- Track 9-3Synthetic Polymers
- Track 9-4Polymer Design
- Track 9-5Homogeneous Catalysis
- Track 9-6Reaction Engineering
Reorganization of a compound into smaller and simpler compounds, or compounds of lofty molecular weight, under elevated temperatures usually in the range of 400°C to 800°C to as high as 1400°C. It differs from combustion in that it occurs in the absence of air and therefore no oxidation takes place. The pyrolytic disintegration of wood forms a large number of chemical substances. Some of these chemicals can be used as substitutes for conventional fuels. The dispersal of the products varies with the chemical composition of the biomass and the operating conditions.
- Track 10-1Fast Pyrolysis
- Track 10-2Hydrotreating to Stable Oil
- Track 10-3Hydrocracking
- Track 10-4Hydrogen Production
Slow pyrolysis at low to moderate temperatures (around 300 °C) and long reaction times (up to days) has been used for thousands of years for the conversion of wood into high yields of charcoal (bio-carbon). The slow pyrolysis process generates also lower yields of bio-oil and gaseous products. However, in the past 30 years, fast pyrolysis, carried out at intermediate temperatures (around 500 °C) and very short reaction times (1 to 5 seconds) has become of considerable interest as a method for producing higher yields of bio-oil (normally around 65 wt%) with significantly higher energy density than the original biomass, in addition to bio-carbon (20%) and gas (15%).
Depending on the pyrolysis process and on the biomass material utilized, both the yields as well as the physical and chemical characteristics of the products and consequently, their performance, vary considerably.
Nowadays, energy security and sustainable development are two major challenges encountered by the world. Renewable energy should be studied extensively to explore new technologies and in order to maintain secure energy sources for sustainable development, considering the fact that the energy demand is increasing, depleting fossil fuel reserves, with increasing populations and economic development.
- Track 12-1Pyrolysis–gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (Py–GC/MS)
- Track 12-2Thermogravimetry/mass spectrometry (TG/MS)
Pyrolysis-Gas Chromatography has evolved to become a routine analytical tool for the characterization and differentiation of polymers, both natural and synthetic. Several types of thermal analysis equipment have been developed to improve the analytical scope of Py-GC. The introduction of laser pyrolysis has become a new phenomenon for Py-GC. Furthermore, the development of a novel double-shot pyrolyzer incorporating both thermal desorption and flash pyrolysis, has become a useful instrument for the fast identification of low molecular weight polymer additives. Future developments in Py-GC technology have also been suggested, which include the use of comprehensive GC × GC
- Track 13-1Environmental
- Track 13-2Biological
- Track 13-3Medical
- Track 13-4Forensic
- Track 13-5Geochemical