Join the 1st edition of ‘Innovative Catalysis and Sustainability: Scientific and socio-economic aspects’ from 7– 11 January 2019 in Bardonecchia (Turin, Italy).
The 5-day winter school is aimed at graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and young researchers working in the field of catalysis. It will offer in-depth insights into scientific and socio-economic aspects of this field by focusing on the transition from a fossil-fuel driven society to a more renewable-energy one. The programme has six modules, each based on one of the core pillars at the basis of chemical production: hydrogen, ammonia, methane & methanol, biomass, ethylene and carbon dioxide.
Organisers: the Group of Catalysis (GIC) of the Italian Chemical Society in collaboration with the European Federation of Catalysis Societies (EFCATS), the CPE School of Lyon and the University of Turin.
Register Here (Deadline: 15 October 2018)