• synthesis
  • In another example of his many contributions to catalysis, he and his research group have not only addressed the design of new zeolites materials for conventional reactions of hydrocarbons, but also discovered new chemistries and applications for these materials in the synthesis of petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, and fine chemicals. (nacatsoc.org)
  • The programme includes synthesis of carbon nanofibres and nanotubes of different morphology and the use of CNF/CNT in applications such as heterogeneous catalysis, fuel cells and conversion and storage of energy. (ntnu.edu)
  • The research is focused on catalytic aspects of thermochemical conversion, such as bio-oil upgrading, syngas cleaning and composition adjustment, residual hydrocarbon reforming and Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. (ntnu.edu)
  • In 1997 he left to built up a new activity on Microprocess Engineering, with a focus on heterogeneous catalysis in microchanels, for fuel processing (methanol steam reforming, partial oxidation of methane) and synthesis of chemicals. (wikipedia.org)
  • It is different from retrosynthesis of organic compounds, because the structural integrity and rigidity of the building blocks in reticular synthesis remain unaltered throughout the construction process-an important aspect that could help to fully realize the benefits of design in crystalline solid-state frameworks. (wikipedia.org)
  • catalytic
  • The Award recognizes and encourages individual contributions to the elucidation of the mechanism and active sites involved in catalytic phenomena and to the development of new methods or concepts that advance the understanding and/or practice of heterogeneous catalysis. (nacatsoc.org)
  • Intended audience The school brings together an unusually broad coverage of topics and is addressed to graduate students, post-doctoral scientists and researchers who want to acquire a wider perspective and a deeper insight on physical principles and analytical methods that encompass both molecular and heterogeneous approaches to catalytic transformations. (ccl.net)
  • Catalysis is relevant to many aspects of environmental science, e.g. the catalytic converter in automobiles and the dynamics of the ozone hole. (wikipedia.org)
  • fundamental
  • Avelino's grasp of concepts and of fundamental needs has been illustrated in his recent attempts to synthesize and use well defined-single-isolated sites to establish structure-function relations and to establish the connections among homogeneous, enzymatic and heterogeneous catalysis, a conceptual framework that put forward in a seminal paper in Catalysis Reviews, 46 (2004) 369 - 417. (nacatsoc.org)
  • molecular
  • Topics will include engineering of transcriptional networks and genetic control for logically programming of cells, the design of in vitro mimics of genetic controls, molecular computing and systems aspects of metabolic engineering. (jhu.edu)
  • Specific topics will cover nanoparticles, nanostructures (such as carbon nanotubes and molecular wires), self-assembly, biocompatible materials and material aspects of biosensors. (wlu.ca)
  • Organometallics/Catalysis B-team: Molecular Photonics C-team: Transparent Oxides D-team: Molecular Electronics Work in organometallics is conducted by the A-team of the Marks group and has traditionally focused on two main areas: Group IV mediated polymerizations and f-element mediated hydroelementation. (wikipedia.org)
  • chemical
  • The fact that 85-90% of all chemical production is catalysis based, illustrates the importance of catalysis to the economic growth and the life-standard developed over the previous century. (ntnu.edu)
  • Natural gas is an abundant hydrocarbon fuel and chemical feedstock, and utilizing this resource with minimum environmental impact is a major challenge to catalysis. (ntnu.edu)
  • carbon
  • In nano-sensor and biomedical areas, our interests include using hollow carbon nanotube as nano-scale test tube for catalysis, separation, storage, magnetic, electronic applications. (ox.ac.uk)
  • applications
  • Many technical applications of biological objects like proteins, viruses or bacteria such as chromatography, optical information technology, sensorics, catalysis and drug delivery require their immobilization. (wikipedia.org)
  • An almost infinite numbers of frameworks can be formed through various SBU combinations leading to unique material properties for applications in separations, storage, and heterogeneous catalysis. (wikipedia.org)
  • analytical
  • By combining these historically distinct areas under a single program, we aim to help the students develop an appreciation of the common physical principles and to encourage a unified view of analytical methods in catalysis. (ccl.net)
  • computational
  • Another aspect increasing the computational effort is the statistics needed to estimate the reaction network and to identify each involved reaction. (gauss-centre.eu)
  • study
  • In this way it is now possible for the first time to study technological catalysis independently using this textbook with exercises. (wiley.com)
  • industrial
  • Remarkably, he has combined these scholarly contributions with more than 100 patents covering inventions of far-reaching impact to the industrial practice of catalysis, many of them licensed to industry and some in commercial practice. (nacatsoc.org)
  • concepts
  • The Berlin Graduate School of Natural Sciences and Engineering (BIG-NSE) is part of the Cluster of Excellence "Unifying Concepts in Catalysis" (UniCat) founded in November 2007 by the Technical University of Berlin and five further institutions in the Berlin area within the framework of the German government's Excellence Initiative. (wikipedia.org)
  • Department
  • From 1959 he was also a University Scientific Training Officer for the Scottish Home Department on aspects of nuclear warfare. (wikipedia.org)
  • details
  • As the Head of Wolfson Catalysis Laboratory I am more than happy to provide you further information if required, please contact me using the details above. (ox.ac.uk)
  • product
  • This course guides the student through the contrasting aspects of product design and of process design. (jhu.edu)