International Summit on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering (ISCC 2024)


Scitechseries extends a warm invitation to the esteemed “International Summit on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering (ISCC 2024) scheduled as Hybrid Event during June 19-20, 2024 in Tokyo, Japan. This HYBRID EVENT allows you to participate as In person at Tokyo, Japan or Virtually from your home or workplace.

This conference is evolving with the theme “From Lab Bench to Marketplace: Bridging the Gap in Catalysis Innovation“.

ISCC 2024 serves as a dynamic platform for the exchange of cutting-edge research discoveries and innovative methodologies. Catalysis and chemical engineering, integral to advanced technology, encompass both present and future industry requirements. Yearly, this conference unites leaders from industry, academia, and regulatory spheres to curate an all-encompassing program covering traditional and avant-garde subjects, technologies, and applications. ISCC 2024 provides a meeting point for established professionals and emerging industry visionaries to deliberate, contribute, and glean insights into the sectors promising trajectory.

Scientific Sessions

1. Molecular catalysis: metal-based catalysts, main group and organocatalysis
2. Enzymatic, hybrid and bioinspired catalysis
3. Preparation of heterogeneous catalysts
4. Computational approaches at the atomic scale of catalysis – General & Unifying concepts to tackle dynamics in computational catalysis
5. Characterization of catalysts and of catalytic reactions
6. Transient methods in heterogeneous catalysis
7. Chemical engineering and process technologies for catalysis
8. Surface science approaches
9. Photocatalysis
10. Catalysis at electrodes
11. Non-conventional activation methods and media
12. Data as the key resource in digital catalysis
13. Catalysis in refining and petrochemistry: current and future trends
14. Transitioning from refining to circular and sustainable chemistry: transition metal sulfide catalysts at the crossroads
15. Catalysis by metals and metal oxides
16. Single-atom catalysis
17. Acid-base catalysis
18. Catalytic reactions for hydrogen storage and release
19. H2 production and utilization as energy vector
20. Conversion of Nitrogen based small molecules (N2, NH3, NOx and more)
21. Valorisation of C1 molecules (CH4, CO, MeOH) except CO2
22. CO2 conversion
23. Conversion of biomass and waste resources
24. Catalysis for polymer synthesis, plastic recycling and upcycling
25. Water and air treatment
26. Chemicals and fine chemistry

Important Dates
Abstract Submission Closes28/02/2024
Early bird registration29/03/2024
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