2011 Spring Symposium

8:00 amReg­is­tra­tion and Con­ti­nen­tal Break­fast
8:25 amWel­come
8:30 amCatal­y­sis and Ener­gy Inter­linked as Busi­ness­es
John Armor, Glob­al Catal­y­sis
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9:30 amThe Tri­als and Tribu­la­tions of Zeo­lite Struc­ture Analy­sis
Lynne McCusker, ETH Zürich, IZA Ambas­sador
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10:30 amCof­fee Break
10:45 amFis­ch­er-Trop­sch Catal­y­sis: Ear­ly 20th Cen­tu­ry Tech­nol­o­gy Re-invent­ed for the 21st Cen­tu­ry
John Cas­ci, John­son Matthey
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11:30 amPho­to­cat­alyt­ic Prod­ucts for De-pol­lu­tion in a Major City
Robert McIn­trye, Mil­len­ni­um Inor­gan­ic Chem­i­cals a Cristal Com­pa­ny
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12:15 pmLunch
1:45 pmMul­ti func­tion­al Cat­a­lysts and Reac­tors for Lean NOx Reduc­tion
Michael Harold, Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton
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2:20 pmThe Roles of Exter­nal and Micro­p­orous Acid­i­ty in Alky­la­tion and Trans Alky­la­tion
Deng-Yang Y Jan, UOP
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2:55 pmPre­sen­ta­tion of 2011 Catal­y­sis Club of Philadel­phia Award
3:05 pmCof­fee Break
3:25 pmReducibil­i­ty of Cobalt Sup­port­ed on SBA-15 and Zir­co­nia for Fis­ch­er-Trop­sch Syn­the­sis
Kevin Bakhmut­sky, Uni­ver­si­ty of Penn­syl­va­nia — Stu­dent Poster Award Win­ner
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3:45 pmHigh­er Cat­alyt­ic Rates in Small­er Zeo­lite Chan­nels
Aditya Bhan, Uni­ver­si­ty of Delaware
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4:25 pmClos­ing
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2010 Spring Symposium

7:45 AMReg­is­tra­tion and Break­fast
8:20 AMWel­come
8:30 AMThe Out­look for Ener­gy and Tech­nol­o­gy Impli­ca­tions
Alessan­dro Fal­di, Exxon­Mo­bil
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9:15 AMHydro­car­bon Fuels from Bio­mass: Catal­y­sis as Impor­tant as Ever!
George Antos, NSF/UOP
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9:55 AMBreak
10:10 AMExper­i­men­tal and The­o­ret­i­cal Stud­ies of Nov­el Elec­tro­cat­a­lysts
Jing­guang Chen, Uni­ver­si­ty of Delaware
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10:50 AMElec­trodes for Sol­id Oxide Fuel Cells and Elec­trolyz­ers
Ray­mond J. Gorte, Uni­ver­si­ty of Penn­syl­va­nia
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11:20 AMCop­per Coor­di­na­tion in Cu-SSZ-13 and Cu-SSZ-16 Inves­ti­gat­ed by Vari­able-
Tem­per­a­ture XRD
Dustin W. Fick­el, Uni­ver­si­ty of Delaware
Win­ner of CCP 2010 Poster Com­pe­ti­tion
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11:40 AMAnnounce­ment of 2010 CCP Award
11:50 AMLunch
1:00 PMPre­sen­ta­tion: Overview by FreeSlate
1:10 PMReac­tive boil­ing of micro­crys­talline cel­lu­lose on high-tem­per­a­ture inor­gan­ic sur­faces for mil­lisec­ond process­es
Paul Dauen­hauer, Uni­ver­si­ty of Mass­a­chu­setts Amherst
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1:40 PMAlter­na­tive Feed­stocks for Olefin Pro­duc­tion: What Role will Ethanol Play?
Mark Stew­art, Dow Chem­i­cals
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2:10 PMEnvi­ron­men­tal Catal­y­sis from First Prin­ci­ples
Dr. William F. Schnei­der, Uni­ver­si­ty of Notre Dame
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2:40 PMBreak
2:55 PMHier­ar­chi­cal nano-man­u­fac­tur­ing of mul­ti­scale, porous inor­gan­ic mate­ri­als towards bio­mass pro­cess­ing
Mark A. Sny­der, Lehigh Uni­ver­si­ty
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3:35/3:45 PMClos­ing
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2009 Spring Symposium

2009 Spring Symposium

8:00 AMReg­is­tra­tion and Con­ti­nen­tal Break­fast
8:25 AMWel­come
8:30 AMSelec­tiv­i­ty in Oxi­da­tion Catal­y­sis
Robert Schlögl, Fritz Haber Insti­tute — Max Planck Soci­ety
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9:15 AMReversible and Irre­versible Changes in Co Fis­ch­er-Trop­sch Cat­a­lysts Dur­ing Syn­the­sis
Stu Soled, Exxon-Mobil Research
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10:00 AMPlat­inum Spon­sor pre­sen­ta­tion
Michael Smith, Symyx
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10:10 AMCof­fee Break
10:30 AMSyn­the­sis Strate­gies for New Zeo­lite Cat­a­lysts with Diqua­ter­nary Ammo­ni­um Mol­e­cules
Allen Bur­ton, Chevron
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11:15 AMHydro­gen-Bond­ed “Zeo­lite-like” Frame­works and Func­tion­al Mate­ri­als
Mike Ward, New York Uni­ver­si­ty
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12:00 PMAnnounce­ment of 2009 CCP Award
12:05 AMLunch
1:15 PMWell-defined, high­ly uni­form metal­lic nano-struc­tures as selec­tive het­ero­ge­neous cat­a­lysts, pho­to-elec­tro-cat­a­lysts, and plat­forms for chem­i­cal char­ac­ter­i­za­tion
Suljo Lin­ic, Uni­ver­si­ty of Michi­gan
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2:00 PMA More Real­is­tic View of Gold Based Cat­a­lysts Using Aber­ra­tion Cor­rect­ed Ana­lyt­i­cal Elec­tron Microscopy
Chris Kiely, Lehigh Uni­ver­si­ty
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2:45 PMCom­pu­ta­tion­al and exper­i­men­tal stud­ies of a Ni/Pt bimetal­lic cat­a­lyst for H2 pro­duc­tion from ammo­nia decom­po­si­tion
Danielle Hans­gen, Uni­ver­si­ty of Delaware, Win­ner of CCP 2008 Poster Com­pe­ti­tion
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3:15 PMAfter­noon Break
3:45 PMSyn­the­sis and Char­ac­ter­i­za­tion of V-MCM-41 and V-SBA-15 Cat­a­lysts for C-1 Hydro­car­bon Oxi­da­tion
Gary Haller, Yale Uni­ver­si­ty
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4:30 PMChem­i­cal­ly sen­si­tive imag­ing in het­ero­ge­neous catal­y­sis — from microscale to macroscale
Jochen Lauter­bach, Uni­ver­si­ty of Delaware
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5:15 PMClos­ing
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2008 Spring Symposium

7:45 AMReg­is­tra­tion and Con­ti­nen­tal Break­fast
8:25 AMWel­come
8:30 AMCia­pet­ta Lec­ture — 2008
Auto­mo­tive emis­sion con­trol: past, present and future
Robert J. Far­rauto, BASF Cat­a­lysts
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9:10 AMMol­e­c­u­lar Bas­ket Sor­bents as a Nov­el Approach to CO2 Cap­ture and Sep­a­ra­tion
Chun­shan Song, The Penn­syl­va­nia State Uni­ver­si­ty
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9:50 AMCof­fee Break
10:10 AMSearch for a bet­ter water gas shift cat­a­lyst
Fabio H. Ribeiro, Pur­due Uni­ver­si­ty
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10:50 AMCoop­er­a­tive and envi­ron­men­tal effects in cat­a­lysts
Harold H. Kung, North­west­ern Uni­ver­si­ty
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11:30 AMPolar­iza­tion depen­dence of adsorp­tion on fer­ro­elec­tric BaTiO3 sur­faces
Mosha Zhao, Uni­ver­si­ty of Penn­syl­va­nia
Win­ner of CCP 2008 Poster Com­pe­ti­tion
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11:55 AMAnnounce­ment of 2008 CCP Award
12:00 AMLunch
1:30 PMChal­lenges and solu­tions in diesel emis­sion con­trol
Andy Walk­er, John­son Matthey
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2:10 PMThe devel­op­ment of nano-com­pos­ite elec­trodes for nat­ur­al gas-assist­ed
steam elec­trol­y­sis for hydro­gen pro­duc­tion

Ray­mond J. Gorte, Uni­ver­si­ty of Penn­syl­va­nia
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2:50 PMCof­fee Break
3:10 PMThe use of ultra high field nuclear mag­net­ic res­o­nance spec­troscopy to study the sur­face struc­ture and cat­alyt­ic prop­er­ties of poor­ly crys­talline γ-Al2O3 sur­faces
Charles H. F. Peden, Pacif­ic North­west Nation­al Lab­o­ra­to­ry
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3:50 PMCatal­y­sis for decen­tral­ized hydro­gen pro­duc­tion
Dion G. Vla­chos, Uni­ver­si­ty of Delaware
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4:30 PMClos­ing
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2007 Spring Symposium

7:45 AMReg­is­tra­tion and Refresh­ments
8:25 AMWel­come
8:30 AMThe Impor­tance of Catal­y­sis in the Con­ver­sion of Renew­able Resources to Use­ful Bio­ma­te­ri­als
Tim­o­thy D. Gierke, DuPont
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9:15 AMHet­ero­ge­neous Catal­y­sis for Hydro­gena­tion of Biore­new­able Inter­me­di­ates
Den­nis J. Miller, Michi­gan State
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9:55 AMBREAK
10:10 AMFunc­tion­al Meso­porous Met­al oxides for Bio-mimet­ic Coop­er­a­tive Catal­y­sis and Biodiesel Syn­the­sis
Vic­tor S.-Y. Lin, Iowa State
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10:50 AMReform­ing of Eth­yl­ene Gly­col and Ethanol for H2 Pro­duc­tion on Bimetal­lic Sur­faces
Jing­guang Chen, Uni­ver­si­ty of Delaware
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11:20 AMMech­a­nis­tic Stud­ies of the Steam Reform­ing of Methanol on Pd/ZnO Cat­a­lysts
Eseoghene Jero­ro, Uni­ver­si­ty of Penn­syl­va­nia — Win­ner 2007 Poster Com­pe­ti­tion
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11:45 AMAnnounce­ment of CCP Awardee
11:50 AMLUNCH
1:00 PMThe need for real­is­tic test­ing in the devel­op­ment of mono­lith­ic cat­a­lysts for hydro­gen gen­er­a­tion
Wolf­gang Ruet­tinger, BASF
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1:40 PMHigh­ly Active Cat­a­lysts for Pro­duc­tion of Hydrox­y­lamine
Jaime R. Blan­ton, Degus­sa Cor­po­ra­tion
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2:10 PMDis­cov­ery of CO Oxi­da­tion and Water Gas Shift Cat­a­lysts Using High Through­put Reac­tors
Joel Cize­ron, Symyx
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2:40 PMBREAK
2:55 PMAque­ous Phase Cat­alyt­ic Upgrad­ing of Bio­mass to Address Fuels and Chem­i­cals
John Hol­la­day, Pacif­ic North­west Nation­al Lab­o­ra­to­ry
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3:35 PMCar­bon Nan­otubes as Het­ero­ge­neous Cat­a­lyst Sup­ports
Al Metau­ro, Hype­r­i­on Catal­y­sis
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4:05 PMClos­ing
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