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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