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Catalysis is used to increase the rate of a chemical reaction by adding a substance called as a catalyst. It is not consumed in the catalysed reaction it can also be used repeatedly. Because of this reaction very small amounts of catalyst are required to alter the reaction rate. Catalysis plays a major role in giving the society with fine chemicals, fuels, pharmaceuticals. It also helps the human kind in protecting environment. Now a days, in present scenario chemical industries mainly depends on catalysis. More than 80% of the chemical reactions are catalytic processes which mainly produces some of the materials like plastics, synthetic rubbers, fabrics, cosmetics etc. It involves catalytic processes, production of clean energy from the renewable energy sources, such as hydrogen for fuel cells and transportation fuels from non-edible biomass which are catalyst dependent processes. Catalysts are used in the production of polymers including adhesives, coatings, foams, textile and industrial fibres.
- Track 1-1Positive catalyst
- Track 1-2Negative catalyst
- Track 1-3Auto catalyst
- Track 1-4Homogeneous
- Track 1-5Heterogeneous
It consist of two types actual and potential catalysis which are part of Biocatalysis and Biotransformation that includes whole cells or isolated components therefore natural and modified enzymes and catalytic antibodies for the synthesis of interconversion or degradation of chemical species. It is the chemical modification that is occurred by the influence of an organism or by the presence of enzymes in the biological system which is known as Biotransformation. The process of transformation of chemicals that are used in biological catalysts like enzymes, antibodies, cell constituents are called as Biocatalysis.The Enzymatic reactions and biotransformations are catalyzed by fungal enzymes are used in industry, agriculture, food technology, and medicine.
- Track 2-1Catalytic transformations
- Track 2-2Biocatalysts
- Track 2-3Biomedical engineering
It is designed to stimulate the process by focusing on the development and application of efficient synthetic methodologies and strategies in organic and bio-organic pharmaceutical natural product macromolecular and materials chemistry that are used for Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis. The targets of synthetic studies which range from the natural products and pharmaceuticals to macromolecules and organic materials are used. While catalytic methods mainly depends on metal complexes or enzymes plays an increase the role in for achieving synthetic efficiency of all areas of interest to the practical synthetic chemist. Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis includes synthesis design reaction techniques and separation science and process development.
- Track 3-1Catalyst design & synthesis
Catalysis plays an important role in the chemical industry and industrial research. For Different catalysts are in the constant development to fulfill the economic, political and environmental demands. While using a catalyst, it is possible to replace a polluting chemical reaction with a more environmental friendly alternative. Today and for the future, this may take a vital role in the chemical industry. In addition, to this it’s important for a company/researcher to pay attention to the market development. If a catalyst is not continually improved by the company, then another company might take progress in research on that particular catalyst and can gain market share value. A new and improved catalyst can be a huge advantage for a competitive manufacturing cost for a company. That it’s extremely expensive for a company to shut down the plant because of an error in the catalyst, so that the correct selection of a catalyst or a new improvement can be key to industrial success.
- Track 4-1Industrial chemicals and fine pharmaceuticals
- Track 4-2Industrial applications of Green Chemistry
Reaction engineering is mainly important for chemical engineering or industrial chemistry is dealing with the chemical reactors. Then Frequently these term relates specifically to the catalytic reaction systems where both a homogeneous or heterogeneous catalyst is present in the reactor. a reactor is not present by itself at Sometimes, but rather it is integrated into the process, then the issue of solvent effects on reaction kinetics, and it is also considered as the integral part .Chemical Reaction Engineering accept the modern chemical industry and aim is to achieve high-quality products and minimize the unwanted by-products which is particularly important for Selectivity in the reactor by processes in which by-products cause environmental problems.
- Track 5-1Molecular simulation and theoretical modeling
- Track 5-2Catalyst poisoning,deactivation & stability
- Track 5-3Kinetics and reaction pathways
- Track 5-4C-C bond formation
- Track 5-5C-H bond activation
- Track 5-6Selective oxidation & hydrogenation
Catalysis in Green Chemistry and Engineering is related to the use of catalyst in green process and sustainable engineering, and then it’s mainly related to the catalyst synthesis, characterization and its applications which are primarily to reduce waste associated with the usage of materials and energy in a given process in consonance. To develop a sustainable production processes and which reduces the impact on the environment to an acceptable level and that allows self-depuration processes of the living environment. Catalytic agents enables for a broad range of chemical reactions that are fundamental to Industrial and consumer products from plastics to pharmaceuticals, solvents to soap, and fuels to food.
- Track 6-1Green nanotechnology
- Track 6-2Green synthesis
Organometallic chemistry which deals with the study of organometallic compounds and the chemical compounds. It contains atleast taking a one chemical bond between the carbon atom of an organic molecule and a metal, and it includes alkaline, and alkaline earth, and transition metals, and it broadened to include a metalloids like boron, silicon, and tin, From a side of bonds to organyl fragments and bonds to 'inorganic' carbon, like carbon monoxide, cyanide, or carbide, are generally considered as organometallic. Associated compounds such as transition metal hydrides and metal phosphine complexes are generally included in organometallic compounds. The term "metalorganic compound" refers to metal-containing compounds lacking direct metal-carbon bonds contains a organic ligands. The organometallic chemistry combines the aspects of traditional inorganic and organic chemistry in these field.
- Track 7-1Recent developments in biocatalysis,organic and inorganic catalysis
- Track 7-2Agrochemical
- Track 7-3General Properties of Transition Metal Organometallic complexes
- Track 7-4Carbonyls and Phosphine Complexes
- Track 7-5Complexes of n-bound ligands
- Track 7-6Reaction Mechanisms
- Track 7-7Physical Methods in Organometallic chemistry
- Track 7-8Multiply-Bonded Ligands
- Track 7-9Metathesis
The branch of engineering specifies about the study and principles of chemistry, physics, mathematics, biology, and economics to effective use, and produce, design, transport and transform energy and materials, Chemical engineers work can range from the use of Nano-Technology and Nano-Materials in the laboratory to a large-scale industrial processes that transform chemicals, raw materials, microorganisms, living cells and energy into useful methods of products.Chemical engineers are involved in many aspects of plant design and operation, which includes safety and hazard assessments, and the process design and modeling, analysis, nuclear engineering, control engineering, biological engineering, chemical reaction engineering, construction specification, and operating instructions are involved.
- Track 8-1Plant design and operating instructions
- Track 8-2Safety and hazard assessments
- Track 8-3Process design and analysis
- Track 8-4Control Engineering
- Track 8-5Chemical Reaction Engineering
- Track 8-6Construction specifications
The chemical process industry aspects a marvelous task of delivering, growing and always more demand of global population with the products we required. The average effectiveness at which resources are changed into the final products are still dramatically low and which is almost clear solution to perform chemical conversions at much higher yields and selectivity, this is where active and selective catalysts are efficient chemical reactors.It plays an important role for presenting that how to enhance the efficiency of catalysts and reactors, and The most important developments in the field of chemical reactor engineering and industrial catalysis. In addition, many ways of improving efficiency, activity, selectivity, and improved methods for scale–up, modeling and design are presented in a solid manner.
- Track 9-1Molecular Modeling
- Track 9-2Zeolites
- Track 9-3Catalysis at room temperature
- Track 9-4Biocatalysis
- Track 9-5Catalysis for sustainability
- Track 9-6Structured reactors including membrane and micro channel reactors
- Track 9-7Switching from batch to continuous reactors
- Track 9-8Application of alternative energies and process intensification
Novel reactor deals with process intensifications tools like capillary reactor, then it also deals with the chemical process industries, and due to this distinct high specific interfacial area are obtainable from heat and mass transfer, that increases the transfer rates and improves the safety process. It provides a motivation for exploring the three similar tools, like capillary micro reactor, spinning disc, and rotating tube reactors. Process intensification is a chemical and process design pathway that leads to considerably smaller, cleaner, safer and more energy-active process technology. Beyond the chemical and process industries, and deals about the developing successful PI solutions and which deliver savings and ability which demands the engineers to work with important-edge process technologies and these involved in research and development of chemical process, pharmaceutical, bioscience systems, and environmental.
Most of the products are produced from the chemical and petroleum industry utilizes a catalysts to increase the rate of reaction and refinement to the desired products. Catalysts are also broadly used to reduces a harmful byproduct pollutants in environmental applications. Enlarge the reaction rates and converts to the higher production volumes at lower temperatures with smaller and less exotic materials of construction needed. While a highly selective catalyst is used, and large volumes of desired products are produced with essentially no undesirable byproducts. Diesel, Gasoline, home heating oil, and aviation fuels owe the performance quality to catalytic processing used to upgrade the crude oil.
- Track 11-1Industrial chemicals and fine pharmaceuticals Process design
- Track 11-2Process control
- Track 11-3Process operations
- Track 11-4Process Economics
Chemical kinetics is also named as the reaction kinetics, and which is the branch of physical chemistry that is concerned with perceptive rates of chemical reactions. When it is compared with the thermodynamics, approaches the direction in a process. It explains about insignificant rate, and the study of Chemical kinetics in this method. The experimental conditions impacts the speed of a chemical reaction and yield information, then the reaction's mechanism and transition states, are also the construction of mathematical models defines the characteristics of a chemical reaction.
- Track 12-1Transient Kinetics
- Track 12-2Single site catalysis
Heterogeneous catalysts are commonly recognized as Nanomaterial-based catalysts, and in that Heterogeneous catalysts are destroyed up into metal nanoparticles in command to recover the catalytic process and Metal nanoparticles must have high surface area, which can increase the catalytic activity. Nanoparticle catalysts are easily detached and recycled. This are commonly used under mild conditions to prevent decomposition of the nanoparticles. When it compacts with immediate rising field of Nanotechnology catalysis. It includes the usage of nanomaterial’s as a catalysts, and it used for a modification of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis applications. Heterogeneous catalysis that suggests one of the eldest commercial practices of nanoscience, nanoparticles of metals, semiconductors, oxides, and other compounds has been broadly used for important chemical reactions.
- Track 13-1Nanotubes, nanofibers and nanoparticles
- Track 13-2Carbon nanotechnology
- Track 13-3Nano-Flake Technology
- Track 13-4Microscopic & spectroscopic characterization
- Track 13-5Green nanotechnology
Enzyme and Microbial Technology is the basic and functional characteristics of biotechnological processes including the use of enzymes, microorganisms, and animal and plant cells.
- Track 14-1Industrial microbiology
- Track 14-2Bacterial culture
- Track 14-3Virus and phage culture
- Track 14-4Eukaryotic cell culture
- Track 14-5Microbial Biotechnology
- Track 14-6Microbe-Mineral Interactions
The branch of physics concerned with the mechanics of fluids and forces on them are known as a fluid mechanics. When the applications is in extensive range of disciplines, including civil, mechanical, chemical and biomedical engineering, oceanography, geophysics, meteorology, astrophysics, and biology are discussed in fluid mechanics.
- Track 15-1Fluid statics
- Track 15-2Fluid dynamics
The production of renewable energies, and surrounding areas of knowledge from fuel cells to biofuels, biomass and waste valorisation, solar energy, low temperature catalytic transformation of triglycerides and fatty acids are obtained from the renewable feed stocks, which represents a key enabling technology for the sustainable manufacture of biodiesel through energy efficient, and deepened processes. The usage of renewable energy in transient to increase the smarter use of biomass.
- Track 16-1Efficient use of non-renewable resources
- Track 16-2Waste reduction, waste capture and recycling
- Track 16-3Catalysis for water treatment and remediation
In a bio-based economy the various products of the chemical industry, which are presently based on fossil resources, are need to be formed from renewable resources. Similarly to the petrochemical refineries, in which crude oil is first fractionated and later managed in numerous, and highly integrated value chains to various petrochemicals, renewables would be treated are known as a bio-refineries. Biorefineries are becoming progressively important in providing a sustainable ways for chemical industry processes, and for the formation of bio-economic models, depends on biorefineries, used for the development of advanced products are highly combined value such as biochemicals and bioplastics. It also permits the development of "green chemistry"approaches synergy with traditional chemistry. When it decreases the heavy dependence on imports and contributions of the development, economically and environmentally sustainable production processes that provides the huge investments, and research, innovation efforts.
- Track 17-1Algal fuels and Bio products
- Track 17-2Hydrogen and Fuel cells
- Track 17-3Natural Gas and Crude Oil
- Track 17-4Advanced Biofuels
- Track 17-5Biofuels Market and Future
The branch of Chemical Engineering which is concerned with the operations are included in refining petroleum or crude oil, by the usage of advanced technology is known as Petrochemical Engineering, which also included in the extraction of crude petroleum are attained from the core of earth. The mechanism and techniques are convoluted in activities like exploration, production and exploitation of oil or natural gases. Petrochemicals are also named as petroleum distillates. When chemical products are attained from petroleum by refining. Specific chemical compounds are made from petroleum are also achieved from other fossil fuels, such as natural gas, or coal or renewable sources, maize, palm fruit or sugar cane.
- Track 18-1Petrochemistry
- Track 18-2Petroleum refinery
- Track 18-3Natural gas conversion
- Track 18-4Biomass conversion and biorefinery processes