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Magnus group takes enormous inclination & feel privileged in inviting the leading researchers, scientists, and scholars across the globe to the 4th Edition of International Conference on Catalysis and Green Chemistry during May 13-14, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan with the theme "Catalyzing Inventive Technologies and Estimating Methodologies to Modernize the approaches in Catalysis and Green Chemistry."
This conference is an unique worldwide platform that is a conversion of all partners of the Global chemical Academia, Researchers, Industries, Innovators – meeting up to display and examine flow Topics in Rejuvenating development and difficulties in sustenance science which will explore the advances in Catalysis and Green Chemistry. It will be a main event that joins an intriguing and International mix of experts, examiners and pioneers both from the academic world and industry over the globe to exchange their knowledge, experience and research advancements to develop a world Catalysis and Green Chemistry meet. As the head occasion, we have built up a program in view of your interests.
We have not just expanded the quantity of chances for you to connect with colleagues from over the world yet additionally presented more engaged sessions that will include cutting edge introductions, unique board exchanges, and livelier cooperation with industry pioneers and specialists. Life is brimming with give and take. Make the most of it in your expert life. Go to the Catalysis and Green Chemistry Conferecne to coordinate with your companions, trade aptitude and encounters, and arm yourself with the most recent data to take your specialty to the following level.
Lutz F. Tietze studied chemistry at the universities of Freiburg and Kiel, Germany and obtained his doctorate in 1968 in Kiel. He then worked as a research associate with Prof. G. Büchi at MIT, Cambridge, USA for two years and got his habilitation at the University of Münster in 1975. He got several calls as professor to different universities and has been professor and director of the Institute of Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry at the Georg-August-University in Göttingen since 1978. He has received many awards as the very prestigious Emil Fischer Gold medal of the German Chemical Society.Read Less
Paul O’ Connor graduated at the Eindhoven University of Technology in Chemical Engineering in 1977. He has been active in heavy oil conversion processes at Shell in and at Akzo Nobel in marketing and research management of refining catalysts. In 2006 he formed BIOeCON, which focused on the economical conversion of biomass to renewable fuels and energy. He started ANTECY in 2011 with as goal to convert renewable energy directly into high-density liquid fuels or chemicals. ANTECY has several patents in the area of the capturing and conversion of CO2 based on a low cost and environmentally friendly non-amine CO2 sorbent technology.Read Less
Prof. Dr. Leszek Moscicki studied Agricultural Engineering at Lublin Agricultural University , Poland and graduated as MS in 1973, than started his scientific carrier there. He received his PhD degree in 1977 and habilitation in 1983 at the same institution. After postdoctoral fellowship and number of practical works in laboratories of Food Process Eng. Dept. at the Wageningen University and Groningen University of Life Sciences , the Netherlands, since 1994 he obtained the position of an Professor – Head of Food Process Engineering. Dept. at Lublin University of Life Science, Poland. He has published more than 150 research articles in SCI journals.Read Less
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