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1 NRSC-Catalysis Workshop All area s combined January 25 th, 2011 NH Hotels, Utrecht Area 1: Area 2: Area 3: Area 4: Nano-structured heterogeneous catalysts Molecular catalytic systems Predictive catalysis New catalytic conversions NH Hotels Jaarbeursplein 24, 3521 AR, Utrecht

2 Program workshop NRSC-Catalysis January 25 th, 2011 Place: NH Hotels Jaarbeursplein 24, 3521 AR, Utrecht Time: hrs ( hrs registration) hrs end with drinks Program: Lectures of 30 minutes each 20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes discussion Workshops I and III: Area 1: Nano-structured heterogeneous catalysts Area 3: Predictive catalysis Workshops II and IV: Area 2: Molecular catalytic systems Area 4: New catalytic conversions 2

3 Workshop I Research Area 1: Nano-structured heterogeneous catalysts Opening and Chairman: Freek Kapteijn (Delft University of Technology) Prof. Dr. Ir. Krijn de Jong (Utrecht University) Catalysis in nanoreactors Barbara Kampa (PhD) (Delft University of Technology) Continuous-Flow Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles in Microfluidic Devices Dr. Manuel Louwerse (PD) (University of Amsterdam) Modeling of catalyst preparation: The structure of uncalcined copper chloride on γ-alumina Coffee break Chairman: Krijn de Jong (Utrecht University) Dr. Arie van Houselt (Twente University) Seeing is believing: characterization of nano-structured catalysts with STM Klaas Jan Schouten (PhD) (Leiden University) The electrochemical conversion of carbon dioxide to hydrocarbons Arjan Koekkoek (PhD) (Eindhoven University of Technology) Hierarchical Fe/ZSM-5 as catalyst for the selective oxidation of benzene to phenol Lunch break 3

4 Workshop III Research Area 3: Predictive catalysis Chairman: Bert Weckhuysen (Utrecht University) Prof. Dr. Ir. Romano Orru (VU University Amsterdam) Exploring Chemical Space combining predictive catalysis and multicomponent reactions Dr. Jianfeng Jin (PD) (Delft University of Technology) The selective addition of water to C=C bonds: enzymes are the best chemists Dr. Gopakumar Gopinadhanpillai (PD) (VU University Amsterdam) Similarity and Dissimilarity of non-heme diiron Oxidation Catalysts like Methane Monooxygenase and the Monomeric FeO 2+ (Fenton-type) Catalysts Tea break Chairman: Evert Jan Baerends (VU University Amsterdam) Dr. Ir. Albert Markvoort (Eindhoven University of Technology) Self-Reproduction of Fatty Acid Vesicles: A Combined Experimental and Simulation Study Dr. Célia Fonseca Guerra (PD) (VU University Amsterdam) Guanine Quartet: Stacking Assistant, Cooperative Hydrogen Bonding and Telomer Structure Evelien van Schrojenstein Lantman (PhD) (Utrecht University) Combining AFM and Raman for the Characterisation of Heterogeneous Catalysts Closing / Drinks 4

5 Workshop II Research Area 2: Molecular catalytic systems Opening and Chairman: Rutger van Santen (Eindhoven University of Technology) Dr. Bas de Bruin (University of Amsterdam) Ligand Redox Non-innocence in Catalytic Carbene and Nitrene Transfer Xian Yang Quek (PhD) (Eindhoven University of Technology) Ionic Liquid Stabilized Rh Nanoparticles for Citral Cyclodehydration Kourosh Ebrahimi (PhD) (Delft University of Technology) Ferritin: molecular mechanisms of iron storage and application in biocatalysis Coffee break Chairman: Kees Elsevier (University of Amsterdam) Dr. Ir. Anja Palmans (Eindhoven University of Technology) Supramolecular catalysis in complex molecular systems Jens Oelerich (PhD) (University of Groningen) Asymmetric carbene insertion reactions using a DNA-based catalyst Ramon Groote (PhD) (Eindhoven University of Technology) Understanding mechanochemical activation of catalysts Lunch break 5

6 Workshop IV Research Area 4: New catalytic conversions Chairman: Joost Reek (University of Amsterdam) Dr. Jan van Maarseveen (University of Amsterdam) Towards Lactamization Organocatalysts Dr. Christian Müller (Eindhoven University of Technology) A New and Selective Route Towards Hydroxy-Functionalized Imidazole Derivatives via Tandem Reactions Jorgen Willemsen (PhD) (Radboud University of Nijmegen) Cascade reactions in polymersome nanoreactors Tea break Chairman: Isabel Arends (Delft University of Technology) Dr. Wes Browne (University of Groningen) Reaction monitoring with Raman spectroscopy and its application in the development of new high turn-over manganese catalyst systems for selective oxidation of alcohols, aldehydes and alkenes with H 2 O Pawel Dydio (PhD) (University of Amsterdam) Supramolecular Control of Catalyst Selectivity in the Hydroformylation Manuel Basauri (PhD) (Utrecht University) Artificial Metalloenzymes for Olefin Metathesis Closing / Drinks 6

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