Seventh Tokyo Conference on Advanced Catalytic Science and Technology – TOCAT7

When:
June 1, 2014 – June 7, 2014 all-day
2014-06-01T04:00:00+00:00
2014-06-07T04:00:00+00:00
Where:
KyotoTERRSA
Higashikujo Shimotonodacho
Minami Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 601-8047
Japan
Contact:
Prof. Hiromi Yamashita
+81-6-6879-7457

 
First Circular: TOCAT7_1st.pdf
 
Key Dates
Distribution of second circular: May 2013
Deadline for extended abstracts: October2013
Notice of acceptance of papers: January 2014
Deadline for advanced registration: March 2014
Deadline for full paper: June 2014
 
Catalysis Society of Japan will organize this meeting as a continuation of TOCAT (1990), TOCAT2 (1994), TOCAT3 (1998), TOCAT4 (2002), TOCAT5 (2006) and TOCAT6/APCAT5 (2010). The past six TOCAT conferences have earned a good reputation as a new series of international conferences on catalysis that has significantly filled the gap between research and technology in catalysis.
 
Scope
Stimulating closer ties between academia and industry and encouraging young researchers in the field of catalysis are the central concept of this conference. This conference sould greatly contribute to exchanging new ideas and technologies and promoting developments of new outstanding catalysts and systems under the scope that catalysis is a highly and eagerly demanded technology in industries and for sustainable society and drives innovation in many other fields.

Papers on the following topics are welcome.
General Session

  • New concepts for catalysis
  • Advanced materials for catalysis
  • Fundamentals and characterization
  • Green and sustainable catalysis
  • Environmental catalysis
  • Catalysis in energy conversion
  • Biocatalysis
  • Photocatalysis
  • Solid acids and bases
  • Selective oxidation
  • Organometallic catalysis
  • Reactor engineering

 
Industrial Session

  • Introduction of recently developed and/or commercialized industrial catalysts and processes
  • Emission control
  • Green and sustainable processes
  • Petroleum refining and petrochemicals
  • Fine and chiral synthesis
  • Polymerization