Plenary lecture: 30min / Invited lecture: 20min / General Oral: 15 min
Nov. 23 (Thu)
12:00 Connection test / Rehearsal
12:20 Opening remarks
12:30 PL 1Prof. Fernando Rey Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica, Spain
"Charge Matching of occluded Organic Structure Directing Cations in zeolites"
13:00 PL 2Prof. Christopher Hardacre The University of Manchester, UK
"Utilisation of hybrid plasma-catalysis for net zero applications"
13:30 PL 3Prof. Minkee Choi Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
"Hierarchical LTL Zeolite as an Efficient and Sustainable Solid Acid Catalyst for
Replacing HCl in the Production of Polyurethane Intermediates"
14:15 PL 4Prof. Chawalit Ngamcharussrivichai Chulalongkorn University, Thailnad
"Sustainable Valorization of Biomass and Waste to Biofuels and Biochemicals
towards the Net Zero Goals"
14:45 PL 5Prof. Masazumi Tamura Osaka Metropolitan University, Japan
"Direct polymerization of CO2 and α,ω-diols to polycarbonates over CeO2
15:15 IL 1Dr. Pascual Oña Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica, Spain
"Electrochemical Activation of a Cobalt MOF Nanosheets for Superior
Electrocatalytic Water Oxidation in Neutral Media"
15:50 IL 2Dr. Luis Miguel Martinez PrietoInstituto de Tecnologia Quimica, Spain
"Ultrastable Catalysts for Magnetically Induced Catalysis"
16:10 IL 3Prof. Atsushi MuramatsuTohoku University, Japan
"Mechanochemical process to prepare amorphous oxides precursor with
isomorphous substitution of Si(IV) by heteroatoms and successive hydrothermal
Synthesis to crystalize zeolites"
16:30 PL 6Prof. Kevin C.-W. Wu National Taiwan University, Taiwan
"Catalytic Lignocellulosic Biomass and Waste Plastics Conversion over Metal-
Organic Frameworks (MOFs) Catalysts"
17:00 Poster Session
18:00 Adjourn / Banquet
Nov. 24 (Fri)
8:45 Connection test / Rehearsal
9:00 GO 1Dr. M. A. MolinaUniversity College London, UK
"The extraordinary capability of one-pot laccase@NH2-MIL-53(Al) biocatalysts to
remove BPA from aqueous solutions"
9:15 GO 2Dr. Mohammad AlbaharSaudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia
"Effect of silica source and template/silica ratio on the physical and chemical
properties of ZSM-5 zeolite"
9:30 IL 4Prof. Liang Wang Zhejiang University, China
"Dehydrogenation of light alkanes over heteroatom zeolite catalysts"
9:50 IL 5Prof. Jonas GurauskisInstituto de Nanociencia y Materiales de Aragón (INMA),
"Hierarchical porosity catalyst carriers for energy conversion and environmental
10:10 IL 6Prof. Stefan Wuttke BCMaterials - Basque Center for Materials, Applications
and Nanostructures, Spain
"Reticular Nanoscience: Bottom-Up Assembly Nanotechnology"
10:40 PL 7Prof. Feng-Shou Xiao Zhejiang University, China
"Rational Synthesis of Zeolites from Theoretical Simulations"
11:10 PL 8Prof. Jun Huang The University of Sydney, Australia
"Heterogeneity in MOFs or MOF based composite for catalytic transformation"
11:40 PL 9Prof. Andrew Beale University College London, UK
"Time and spatially resolved optical spectroscopy of zeolites"
12:10 PL 10Prof. Teruoki Tago Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
"Zeolite-encapsulated metal nanoparticles for catalyst"
12:40 Closing remarks
The size of the poster board is 100 cm width and 170 cm long.
Pins or tapes will be available at the session site.
P1 Adawiah Adawiah (Universitas Indonesia)
“Synthesis of Cr-PTC-HIna/TiO2 Composite for The Adsorption of Heavy Metal Pb”
P2 Agustino Zulys (Universitas Indonesia)
“Optimization of The Synthesis of Cr-PTC-HIna Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) as a
Photocatalyst for the Photodegradation of Methylene Blue using Response Surface
P3 Misaki Endo (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Development of MFI zeolite-encapsulated metal nanoparticulate catalysts by
dry-gel conversion method for its application for naphtha cracking reaction”
P4 Shih-Yuan Chen (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
“Environmentally Friendly Solid Acid Catalysts for Efficient Conversion of Glucose to
P5 Hidekazu Goto (Tokyo institute of technology)
“OSDA Free synthesis of Hierarchical MFI”
P6 Raichi Asami (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Preparation of MFI zeolite-encapsulated metal particle catalysts by zeolite conversion of
metal-supported silica gel and their application to dehydrogenation reaction”
P7 Nuttapat Thiensuwan (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
“Exfoliated Layered Metal Oxide-Supported Ruthenium Catalysts for Base-Free
Oxidation of 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural into a Renewable Bioplastic Precursor”
P8 Supphathee Chaowamalee (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
“One-pot hydrogenolysis of glycerol to 1?propanol: Effect of catalyst support and
preparation method on reduction behavior and catalytic performance”
P9 Dian H. Wahyudi (Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia)
“Transformation of FAU-CHA-MER assisted by organic-confined technique”
P10 Atikhun Chotirattanachote (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
“Synthesis of Light Olefins from Glycerol hydrogenolysis Using Hierarchical Core-Shell
Zeolite-Supported Metal Catalysts”
P11 Hannarong Pitayachinchot (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
“Highly selective iron-based catalysts derived from Al-containing MIL-53 for CO2
hydrogenation to light olefins”
P12 Shengxiang Zhang (Yokohama National University)
“Effect of hierarchical structure and silylation on the catalytic performance of YFI-type
titanosilicate for selective oxidations”
P13 Boqing Li (The University of Tokyo)
“Hydrophobicity Manipulation of Titanium-silicalite-1 with En-hanced Catalytic
Performance via Liquid-mediated Defect-healing Treatment”
P14 Zimu Zhou (The University of Tokyo)
“Revealing the Crystallization Pathway of VSV-type Zincosilicate Zeolite”
P15 Hanlong Ya (The University of Tokyo)
“Adsorption behavior of nitrous oxide on ion-exchanged MOR-type zeolite”
P16 Tatsushi Yoshioka (The University of Tokyo)
“Dealumination of RHO zeolite via acid treatment and recrystallization”
P17 Kengo Nakamura (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Spectroscopic Analysis of Catalytic Active Species in Partial Oxidation of CH4 over
Metal Containing Zeolite”
P18 Masato Sawada (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Comparative study of Seed-Assisted Crystallization of CON-type zeolite”
P19 Liang Zhao (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Pentaerythritol-Assisted Modulation of Al Distribution in High-Silica Zeolite”
P20 Hiroto Toyoda (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Investigation of site-selective dealuminated MSE-type zeolite”
P21 Yao Lu (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Synthesis of TUN Zeolite via Interzeolite Conversion Method
and Its Catalytic Performance”
P22 Yin Liu (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Post-Treatment Effects on BEA Zeolite and Its Catalytic
Application in Sorbitol Conversion”
P23 Yuqin Sun (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Synthesis of ERI-type aluminosilicate zeolites and their catalytic performance for
dimethyl ether to olefins”
P24 Wu Fan (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Surface Functionalization of METAL-CONTAINING Mesoporous Silica SBA-15
P25 Piyapatch Techasarintr (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Direct synthesis of Tin-containing MWW-type zeolites and their physicochemical
P26 Yibing Cai (Tokyo institute of technology)
“A Novel Synthesis Route to SFH-type Aluminosilicate Zeolite Having Extra-large Pore”
P27 Nandkishor Urkude (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Development of nickel encapsulated in Zeolite/Ceria hybrid catalyst for selective
production of hydrogen rich gas from biomass based resources”
P28 Natnicha Yotpanya (Tokyo institute of technology)
“Effects of Al Distribution in Aluminosilicate Zeolites for Oxidative Methane Reforming”
P29 Tahta Muslim Karim (Tokyo institute of technology)
“The Effect of Sodium Availability On The Hierarchical ZSM-5 Using
Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide as Mesopore-Directing Agent”
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