Beyond Adsorption II: Program & Participants

Beyond Adsorption II: Program & Participants

Saturday, 20th of July 2019

The symposium consisted of oral presentations (15 min), flash talks  (5 min) and round table discussions. Carbon scientists were invited to submit the challenges, which they would like to address, and the approaches they use concerning cutting-edge applications of nanoporous carbons and revitalization of their technological perspectives.




The Abstracts (PDF file)

8:00-8:30 Registration and Breakfast
8:30 – 8:50 Oral 1  K. Laszlo, Budapest University of Technology, Hungary The versatility of carbon aerogels
8:50-9:10 Oral 2 F. Beguin, Poznan University of Technology, Poland Effects of Ionic Liquids confinement in carbon nanopores on their thermal properties
9:10- 9:30 Oral 3 J. Matos, University of Concepcion, Chile Anomalies in adsorption and photocatalytic degradation of rhodamine-B on tannin-derived ordered mesoporous carbons
9:30 – 9:50 Oral 4  M. F. Pererira, Universidade de Porto, Portugal Highly microporous biomass-derived electrocatalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction
9:50- 10:10 Oral 5 E. Frackowiak, Poznan University of Technology, Poland In situ studies of electrode/electrolyte interface in neutral aqueous electrolyte
10:10 – 10:40 Coffee Break
10:40 – 11:00 Oral 6 A. Arenills, INCAR-CSIC, Spain Carbon polymers fully tailored to any application
11:00 – 11:20 Oral 7 M. Gilarranz, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain Catalytic removal of nitrate and nitrite from drinking water using carbon based catalysts
11:20 – 11:40 Oral 8  S. Wang, Shinshu University, Japan High surface area graphenes of oxidation-resistivity from heat -treatment method
11:40 – 12:00 Oral 9 C. Ania, CEMHTI, CNRS, France Getting light from nanoporous carbons: challenges for triggering advances
12:00 – 12:45 Round table
12:45 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 14:20 Oral 10 A.S. Mestre, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal Key parameters for activated carbon adsorption of pharmaceutical compounds rom wastewater
14:20 – 14:40 Oral 11 F. Ossler, Lund University, Sweden Studies of formation, destruction and structural transformations of carbon based materials from combustion and pyrolysis utilizing electron, laser, X-ray and neutron probing techniques
14:40 – 15:00 Oral 12 D. A. Giannakoudakis, CCNY/PAS, USA/Poland Porous carbon textile deposited with nanospheres as a wearable multifunctional protection medium against toxic vapors
15:00 – 15:20 Oral 13 R. Van Riet, Royal Military Academy, Belgium An emerging application of nanoporous carbons as a component of energetic nanomaterials
15:20 – 15:40 Oral 14 A. Bakandritsos, Palacky University, Czech Republic Nanoporous carbons doped with nanoparticulated materials towards applications in electrosensing and electrocatalysis
15:40 – 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 – 16:07 Flash 1  E. Amayuelas, CEMHTI, CNRS, France Comparing different reduction methods of porous graphene-oxide frameworks
16:07 – 16:14 Flash 2 A.P. Carvalho, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal Porous carbon materials: catalyst for cyclohexane oxidation
16:14 – 16:21 Flash 3 T. Szabo, University of Szeged, Hungary Intercalation of copper(II) bipyridine complexes into graphite oxide
16:21- 16:28 Flash 4 R. Kukobat, Shinshu University Japan SWCNT films derived from SWCNT inks on PET and glass substrates
16:28- 16:35 Flash 5 K. Laszlo, Budapest University of Technology, Hungary Modification of graphene oxides with radio frequency plasma
16:35 – 16:42 Flash 6 J.Matos, The University of Concepcion, Chile Xerogels for the study of porosity in photochemistry: adsorption and photodegradation of yellow-5
16:42-16:49 Flash 7 C. Ruiz -Gracia, CEMHTI, CNRS, France Do we need to redefine some concepts to describe the performance of nanoporous carbons in (photo)-(electro)-catalysis?
16:49-16:56 Flash 8 A.C. Pina , DETEMA, Uruguay Kinetic and thermodynamic aspects of coadsorption of antibiotics onto activated carbon fibers
16:56-17:03 Flash 9 X.-Y. Chuan, Perking University, Beijing, China Mesoporous silica encapsulated by carbon for lithium ion battery
17:03-17:10 Flash 10 En ZhangInorganic Chemistry, Technische Universität Dresden On the origin of mesopore collapse in functionalized porous carbons
 17:10-17:17  Flash 11  T.J. Bandosz, City College of New York, USA What really matters for ORR? A case study of nanoporous carbons catalytic activity
17:35 – 18: 30 Round Table
~19:00/19:30 DINNER OPTIONAL

A full draft schedule can also be downloaded as pdf here.


the Organization Committee

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