9th Edition of International Conference on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering (Catalysis 2020)

Oct 22, 2020
Oct 24, 2020
to
USA
Orlando
This Catalysis Conference 2020 is the International platform which brings together the collection of investigators who are at the forefront in the field of chemistry. The scientific program will include oral presentations of sub-disciplines, keynote sessions led by eminent scientists and poster sessions presented interactively by junior scientists and graduate students. It is the ultimate meeting place for all the experts worldwide for new interdisciplinary scientific collaborations and networking. Topics: - Enzyme and Microbial Technology - Advanced synthesis, Catalytic systems and new catalyst designing - Industrial Catalysis and Process Engineering - Computational Catalysis and Enantioselective Catalysis - Integrated Catalysis - Catalysis for Biorefineries - Reticular Chemistry - Heterogeneous Catalysis - Reaction Chemistry and Engineering - Colloid and Surface aspects - Advances in Catalysis and Chemical Sciences - Biocatalysis and Biotransformation - Catalysis for Renewable Sources - Analytical Methodologies - Catalytic Materials - Chemical Synthesis and Catalysts Synthesis - Chemical Engineering - Environmental Catalysis and Green Chemistry - Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry - Polymer Science and Technology - Photochemistry, Photocatalysis and Photoreactors - Electrochemistry, Electrolysis and Corrosion - Organometallics, Organocatalysis and Bioinorganic Chemistry - Catalysis and Applications - Catalysis in Nanotechnology - Homogeneous Catalysis & Molecular Catalysis - Catalysis for Energy - Catalysis for Water Treatment - Chemical Kinetics and Catalytic Activity - Nuclear Chemistry/Radiochemistry - Enzymes, Coenzymes and Metabolic Pathways - Catalysis and Zeolites - Separation Processes in Chemical Technology - Fluid Mechanics - Mechanisms of Microbial Transcription - Separation Process and Chemical Technology - Synthetic Chemistry Techniques - Micro-emulsion Catalysis and Catalytic Cracking
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