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1 Poster presentations P1 P2 P3 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 P19 P20 P21 P22 The role of carboxylato ligand exchange in the oxidation of Chrysin with H2O2 ca Shaghayegh Abdolahzadeh, Nicola M. Boyle, M. Lisa Hoogendijk, Ronald Hage, Johannes W. de Boer, Wesley R. Browne Revealing the redox sensitivity of the HDS catalyst by STXM Mustafa al Samarai, Frank de Groot Synergy between Cr and Pt in promoting activity of titania in photo oxidation Rezvaneh Amrollahi Buky, Guido Mul, Mohamed S. Hamdi Covalent Triazine Frameworks as Noble Metal Supports Anastasiya Bavykina, M. Goesten, F. Sastre, F. Kapteijn, M. Makkee, J. Gascon Novel Supramolecular Proton Reduction Catalysts R.Becker, J. I. van der Vlugt, J. N. H. Reek Partial entrapment of copper particles in a silica support to restrict particle growth in the R. van methanol den Berg, synthesis C.F.Elkjaer, reaction P.E. de Jongh, K.P. de Jong, J. Sehested, S. Helveg, Haldor Ordering Topsøe of TiO2 nanoparticles to mesoporous structures Billet, Dr. P. Lommens, Prof. Dr. I. Van Driessche Toward C-C Bond Formations with Proton-Responsive Ligand-Systems Sandra de Boer, Joost N.H. Reek, Jarl Ivar van der Vlugt Modeling the N --- C=O Bond with Adaptive QM/MM Methods Jelle Boereboom, Dr. Rosa Bulo Configurationally Stable Pentaorganosilicates L.J.P. van der Boon, Shin-ichi Fuku-en, Laurens van Gelderen, J. Chris Slootweg, Koop Selective Lammertsma, functionalization Andreas of W. white Ehlers phosphorus with aryllithium and Lewis acids J.E. Borger, J. Chris Slootweg, Andreas W. Ehlers, Koop Lammertsma Towards practical cells for solar fuel production Tom Bosserez, Jan Rongé, Mikaël Dumortier, Sophia Haussener, Johan Martens Controlled conversion of biochemical compounds A.J.B. van Boxtel, X. Jin, J.H. Bitter Synthesis of Carbon Supported Lithium Amide Nanoparticles Mr Peter L Bramwell, Prof. dr. ir. Krijn de Jong, Dr. Petra de Jongh Towards Catalysis with an AFM at High-Temperature and -Pressures Rogier Brand, Niek Rijnveld, Hans Brouwers, Davide Iannuzzi, Bert M. Weckhuysen Reactivity Outside the Comfort Zone D.L.J. Broere, J.I. van der Vlugt, J.N.H. Reek, B. de Bruin CO oxidation over Cu-based flat model catalysts Ms Yibin Bu, Hans Fredriksson, Leyla à zka, Ton Backx, Hans Niemantsverdriet Multi-scale modeling approach to biomass valorization: Solvent effects Dr Rosa E Bulo Tuning adsorption site by alkali-metal cation on MOF-5 for biogas upgrading at ambient condition Somboon Chaemchuen, Kui Zhou, Nawsad Alam Kabir, Francis Verpoort Enantioselective Michael addition of water MSc Bi-Shuang Chen, Linda G. Otten, Verena Resch, Gerard Muyzer, Ulf Hanefeld Molecular Motor as a Tunable Ligand for Pd-catalyzed Allylic Substitution Wen-Hao Chen, Thomas Neubauer, Martin Fañanás-Mastral, Ben L. Feringa

2 P23 P24 P25 P26 P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 P36 P37 P38 P39 P40 P41 P42 P43 Radical-Type Transformations, Catalyzed by Highly Active Cobalt Complexes Andrei Chirila, Bas de Bruin Catalytic oxidative decarboxylation of amino acids by H2O2 Laurens Claes, Roman Matthessen, Ivo Stassen, Trees De Baerdemaeker, Dirk De Vos First-principle kinetic study of butene cracking on H-ZSM-5 Pieter Cnudde, Jeroen Van der Mynsbrugge, Kristof De Wispelaere, Karen Hemelsoet, Veronique Van Speybroeck Kinetics of catalytic hydrogenation of trioleine MSc. Alessandro E. Coumans, Colin J. Schaverien, Emiel J.M. Hensen Metal-Organic Framework for isotope purification P. Serra-Crespo, A. G. Denkova, H. Th. Wolterbeek, F. Kapteijn, J. Gascon Gas treatment on Well-Defined Bimetallic Fe-MnO Fischer-Tropsch Model Catalysts M. (Emad) Dad,H. Fredriksson, P.C. Thüne, J. van de Loosdrecht, J.W.Niemantsverdriet Nitrogen-doped ordered mesoporous carbon as electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction reaction Nick Daems, Xia Sheng, Bart Geboes,Tom Breugelmans, Annick Hubin, Ivo F. J. Vankelecom, Paolo P. Pescarmona Dynamic ab initio study towards new hydrocarbon pool cycles for the MTOconversion in H-SAPO-5. Thomas Deconinck, Kristof De Wispelaere, Jeroen Van der Mynsbrugge, Samuel Moors, Marius Westgård Erichsen, Stian Svelle, Unni Olsbye, Karen Hemelsoet, Veronique Van Speybroeck Metal-Organic Framework COMOC-4 as a catalyst for epoxidation of cyclic olefins Drs Hannes Depauw, Karen Leus, Pascal Van Der Voort Aromatic platform chemicals from lignin Dr. Peter J Deuss, Tao Yan, Katalin Barta, Johannes G. de Vries Efficient Synthetic Methods for Versatile P,N-ligands MSc Tom van Dijk, Mark K. Rong, Jaap E. Borger, Amos J. Rosenthal, Flip Holtrop, Sebastian Palladium-catalyzed Burck, J. Chris Selective Slootweg, Oxidation Koop of Lammertsma Allylic Esters Jia Jia Dong,Martin Fañanás-Mastral,Paul L. Alsters, Ben L. Feringa, Wesley R. Iron-dinitrogen complexes for catalytic N2 activation Dr. Wojciech I. Dzik, Joost N. H. Reek Synthesis, characterization, and x-ray crystal structures determination of three Dr. Oussama El-Kadri Modeling Iridium complexes for SABRE with DFT Ton Engwerda, Bram van Weerdenburg, Nan Eshuis, Marco Tessari,C. Fonseca Guerr, Martin Feiters, Matthias Bickelhaupt, Floris Rutjes Alumina Catalyst for selective synthesis of oxazines and Tetrahydropyrimidines Mrs. Zohre Eskandari Alughare Synthesis and characterization ligands of naphthoquinone derivatives with O-N d Dr. Nourollah - Feizi Biocatalytic synthesis of β-chiral amines via dynamic kinetic resolution Christine Fuchs, Christine Fuchs, Manuel Hollauf, Maximilian Meissner, Robert C. Simon, Tatiana Besset, Joost Reek, Ferdinand Zepeck, Wolfgang Kroutil In situ spectroscopy of lignin liquid phase conversion processes Dr. Kiichi Fukuhara, Pieter C.A. Bruijnincx, Bert M. Weckhuysen Sodium hydroxide as catalyst for oxa-michael reactions under mild conditions Dr Almudena Garcia-Fernandez, Rik Megens, Johannes G. de Vries, Gerard Roelfes Catalytic Probes for ROS Detection in Living Cells Arjan Geersing, Monique van der Wijst, Gerard Roelfes

3 P44 P45 P46 P47 P48 P49 P50 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P61 P62 P63 P64 P65 New promiscuous activities of 4-oxalocrotonate tautomerase Dr. Edzard M. Geertsema, Yufeng Miao, Ellen Zandvoort, Bert-Jan Baas, Gerrit J. Poelarends Modeling reaction-limited growth of supported Ni catalysts in presence of CO Dr. Cedric J Gommes, Peter Munnik, Petra E. de Jongh, Krijn P. de Jong Novel catalytic systems for selective transesterification reactions Mr. Thomas Goossens, Dr. Freek Vrielynck, Ir. Noel Hosten, Dr. Koen Van Aken Nitrenes in the coordination sphere of open shell transition metals Ms Monalisa Goswami, Volodymyr Lyaskovskyy, Bas de Bruin Catalyst synthesis by Atomic Layer Deposition: towards a scalable nanofabrication scheme Aristeidis Goulas, Dirkjan Kooijman and J. Ruud van Ommen Application of Biocatalysts in Asymmetric Multicomponent Chemistry MSc. Corien de Graaff, Eelco Ruijter, Nicholas J. Turner, Romano V. A. Orru Towards a one pot synthesis of Ritalin Colet te Grotenhuis and Bas de Bruin An intramolecular radical cyclization to 2,3-benzofuranes P. Gualco, N. D. Paul, S. Mandal, B. de Bruin Modeling aldol condensations in UiO-66 type materials Julianna Hajek, Matthias Vandichel, Frederik Vermoortele, Michel Waroquier, Dirk De Vos, Veronique Van Speybroeck Molecular copper catalysts for the electrochemical oxidation of water C.J.M. van der Ham, D.G.H. Hetterscheid Bio-H2: Steam Reforming of n-butanol Using Zirconia Supported Rhodium Catalysts M.Sc. Heikki Harju, L. Kesavan, J. Lehtonen, L. Lefferts Manganese-Catalyzed Selective Oxidation of Aliphatic C-H groups and Secondary Al Dr. Emma C. Harvey, Jia Jia Dong, Duenpen Unjaroen, Francesco Mecozzi, Pattama Saisaha, Dirk Pijper, Johannes W. de Boer, Paul Alsters, Ben L. Feringa, Wesley R. Browne Cooperative C-H activation by a cyclometalated pincer complex Richard A. van Heck, Linda S. Jongbloed, Joost N.H. Reek, Jarl Ivar van der Vlugt Shape selectivity in zeolites shown by penetration of fluorescent organic probes F.C. Hendriks, Pieter C.A. Bruijnincx, Bert M.W. Weckhuysen Solvent induced enhancement of enantiomeric excess: a case study of the Henry reaction with cinchona thiourea catalyst Mojgan Heshmat and Evert Jan Baerends Synthesis and characterization of copper and zinc complexes of 4â ²-functinalize Mrs. Sepideh Heydari, Badri Z. Momeni The comparison of Tungsten and Molybdenum carbide catalysts for the hydrodeoxygenation of oleic acid Stefan A.W. Hollak, Robert W. Gosselink, Daan S. van Es, Johannes H. Bitter Synthesis of PMOs as bifunctional acid/base catalysts W. Huybrechts, P. Mampuys, B. U.W. Maes, P. Cool A new Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica as hydrolytically stable and leach free c Dr Matthias Ide, Dr Els De Canck, Prof Dr Pascal Van Der Voort Production of Biojet from Hydrogenated Biodiesel over Pt/HY Catalysts: Effect o Mr. Nik Jadpon, Tepin Hengsawad, Siriporn Jongpatiwut, Metta Chareonpanich, Suchada New Insights Butnark in Intradiol Catechol Dioxygenation by Non-Heme Iron (III) Complexes: Robin Jastrzebskia, A Combined Matthew Experimental G. Quesneb, and Bert Theoretical M. Weckhuysena, Study Sam P. de Visser, Pieter C. A. Bruijnincx Reversible Cyclometalation as Motif for Cooperative Catalysis MSc. Linda Jongbloed, B. de Bruin, J.N.H. Reek, J.I. van der Vlugt

4 P66 P67 P68 P69 P70 P71 P72 P73 P74 P75 P76 P77 P78 P79 P80 P81 P82 P83 P84 P85 P86 Chiral C2-symmetric di-nhc Bidentate Ligands for Asymmetric Catalysis Lukas J. Jongkind, Soraya N. Sluijter, Cornelis J. Elsevier Selective staining of zeolite acidity using fluorescence microscopy Marleen M. Kerssens, Christoph Sprung, Gareth T. Whiting, and Bert M. Weckhuysen The self activation of protic NHC iridium(iii) complexes N. Khoenkhoen, M.K. Rong, A. Chirila, D. Franciolus, C.A. Dumke, F.E. Hahn,A.W. Ehlers, Surface J.C. chemistry Slootweg, of NH3 K. Lammertsma on Co(0001) Ir. MSc. Ali Can Kizilkaya, J.W. (Hans) Niemantsverdriet Hydrothermal Hydrogen-Free Defunctionalization of Lignin Derived Guaiacol Frits van der Klis, Richard J. A. Gosselink, Jacco van Haveren, Daan S. van Es Device compatible water oxidation catalysts for solar to chemical energy convers J. M. Koelewijn Ligand assisted Water Oxidation Catalysis M.Sc. Konstantin G. Kottrup, Dennis G.H. Hetterscheid Engineering and biocatalytic applications of methylaspartate ammonia lyase: asymmetric Hans Raj,Wiktor synthesis Szymański,Jandré of aspartic acid de derivatives Villiers,Henriëtte J.Rozeboom,Vinod Puthan Veetil, Carlos R. Reis,Marianne de Villiers,Frank J. Dekker, Stefaan de Wildeman, Wim J. Quax,Andy-Mark W.H. Thunnissen,Ben L. Feringa,Dick B. Janssen,Gerrit J. Poelarends Phosphane-olefin ligands: synthesis, redox properties and coordination chemistry Bas de Jong, Martin Lutz, Koop Lammertsma, J. Chris Slootweg Heterogeneities of catalytic activity in dealuminated mordenites Alexey V. Kubarev, Jordi Van Loon, Filippo Lusitani, Johan Hofkens, Maarten B.J. Roeffaers Mimicking Enzymes Size-Selectivity by Self-Assembled M8L6 Cages Petrus F. Kuijpers, Matthias Otte, Joost N.H. Reek, Bas de Bruin Enhanced H2 Production by Ca-rich Bed-Material Coating in Biomass Gasification Ir. Remco J. Lancee, Hubert J. Veringa, J.W. (Hans) Niemantsverdriet, Hans O.A. Fredriksson Synthesis of potential autocatalysts via nucleophilic addition to imines Francesco Lanza, Syuzanna R. Harutyunyan Catalysis In Confined Spaces Stefan Leenders, Joost N. H. Reek NOx assisted photocatalytic oxidation of carbon black by TiO2 Lijun Liao, Steven Heylen, Katrien Laurier, Maarten Roeffaers, Johan Martens Imaging nanocavities in Plugged SBA-15 Rafael L. Oliveira, Mozaffar Shakeri, Petra E. de Jongh, Krijn P. de Jong Desymmetrization of meso-epoxides by Epoxide Hydrolases MSc Matthijs J. van Lint, Eelco Ruijter, Rob J.M. van Spanning, K. Faber, Hans V. Westerhoff, Romano V.A. Orru Mixed ZnxCd1∠xs nanoparticles for photocatalytic water splitting A. Litke, J. P. Hofmann, E. J. M. Hensen Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering study of carbon supported cobalt catalyst Fo Mr Boyang Liu The structure of copper chloride on γ-alumina during preparation: DFT modeling and experimental validation Manuel J. Louwerse and Gadi Rothenberg Cu2O photoelectrodes for solar water splitting: Performance control by faceting Dr. Quanbao Ma, Dr. Jan P. Hofmann, Yi Zhang, Anton Litke, Prof. Dr. ir. Emiel J.M. Hensen

5 P87 P88 P89 P90 P91 P92 P93 P94 P95 P96 P97 P98 P99 P100 P101 P102 P103 P104 P105 P106 P107 P108 P109 Investigation of photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical properties of a visible Dr. Yi Ma, Dr. Quanbao Ma, Anton Litke, Dr. Peng Liu, Yi Zhang, Prof. Can Li, Prof. Emiel Hensen Catalytic activity of Fe (III) porphyrin supported on multi-wall carbon nanotube Samira Malekmohammadi Gold nanoparticulate catalysts stabilized using ordered mesoporous silica... Nazila Masoud, Thijs Duurkoop, Arjen van de Glind, Krijn de Jong, Petra de Jongh Preparation of natural product precursors using Mn(II) catalyzed oxidations Mr Francesco Mecozzi, Jia Jia Dong, Adriaan J. Minnaard, Wesley R. Browne Oleate Hydratase as model enzyme to design and evaluate a High-Throughput Screening assay for alcohols Rosario Médici, Linda G. Otten, Aida Hiseni, Isabel W.C.E. Arends Entire mutability landscape of a protein with extreme catalytic promiscuity Jan-Ytzen van der Meer, Bert-Jan Baas, Ronald van Merkerk, Gerrit J. Poelarends Oxidation of benzene to phenol by sheet-like Fe/ZSM-5 zeolites Ms Lingqian Meng, X.Zhu, A. Coumans, E.J.M. Hensen Asymmetric Michael-type additions of aldehydes to nitroolefins by 4-OT Yufeng Miao, Edzard M. Geertsema, Ellen Zandvoort and Gerrit J. Poelarends Silicon wire arrays for photocatalytic applications Alexander Milbrat, Rick Elbersen, Jurriaan Huskens, Guido Mul Oxidative addition reactions of dimethylplatinum(ii) complexes containing a rela Ms. Arezoo Mohagheghi, Nastaran Fathi, Badri Z. Momeni Heterogeneous catalyst for biodiesel production via esterification Miss Kanokwan Namwong, Apanee Leungnaruemitchai Metal-Organic Frameworks as new generation photocatalysts Maxim A. Nasalevich, Freek Kapteijn and Jorge Gascon [(DCPP)Pt] as a versatile fragment for small molecule and C-H bond activation Dr. Emmanuel Nicolas, Dr. Grégory Nocton, Dr. Nicolas Mézailles Chemoselectivity in the Reductive Elimination from High-Oxidation State Palladiu Dr. Mads Corvinius Nielsen, Eirik Lyngvi, Franziska Schoenebeck Structural Properties, Natural Bond Orbital, Theory Functional Calculations (DFT), and Energies For the 4-Ethynyl-N,N-diphenylaniline Mir Mohsen Nikzad, Shahriar Ghammamy Complex Functions from Self-assembling Systems with Simple Precursors Dr Jonathan R Nitschke Accelerating photoredox catalysis in continuous-flow Timothy Noël On the Hydrothermal Deactivation of Cu-SSZ-13 Molecular Sieves Ramon Oord, I. Lezcano-Gonzalez, B.M. Weckhuysen Towards chiral α-quaternary amines through enantioselective C-H iodination Mr Pablo Ortiz, Alaric Desmarchelier, Syuzanna R. Harutyunyan Structure-performance relations of nano beta zeolites in the catalytic cracking of LDPE M.J. Ortiz Iniesta, E.R.H van Eck, A.P.M. Ketgens, H.J. Heeres, I. Melián-Cabrera Preparation and properties of immobilized Oleate Hydratase Linda Otten, Anamaria Todea, Aida Hiseni, Isabel Arends, Carmen Boeriu Controlled Synthesis of Phase-Pure Cobalt-ZIF-9 and its Implications on the Cata Zafer Öztürk, Jan Philipp Hofmann, Martin Lutz, Matjaž Mazaj, Nataša Zabukovec Logar, Bert M. Weckhuysen Role of solvent-ligand exchange in the reaction of Iron(II) polypyridyl complexe PS Sandeep Kumar Padamati, Duenpen Unjaroen, Appa rao Draksharapu, Wesley R. Browne

6 P110 P111 P112 P113 P114 P115 P116 P117 P118 P119 P120 P121 P122 P123 P124 P125 P126 Improved Alkali Resistance by CuZnO/MgO Catalyst for Dehydroxylation of Glycerol Mr Siwawut Paengsri, Sikarin Temiyakul, Siriporn Jongpatiwut Fullerene based interface modification to create an efficient PEC cell MSc Sun-Young Park, Dong Chan Lim, Guido Mul Direct synthesis of hydrogen peroxide in a wall-coated microchannel MSc Violeta Paunovic, J.C.Schouten, T.A.Nijhuis Screening of hydrocracking catalysts in a batch reactor Dr Gerhard Pirngruber, Reynald Henry, Melaz Tayakout-Fayolle, Pavel Afanasiev, Gregory Heterogeneity Lapisardi in Supported Metal Catalysts studied with Optical Microscopy Eva Plessers, Maarten Roeffaers, Dirk De Vos Insights into the Structure and Catalytic Mechanism of EDDS lyase Harshwardhan Poddar, Jandre de Villiers, Vinod Puthan Veetil, Hans Raj, Andy- Mark W.H. Thunnissen, Gerrit J.Poelarends Design of ZSM-5 coated structured catalysts for methanol-to-olefins reaction Dr. Lidia N. Protasova, Jasper Lefevere, Steven Mullens, Jasper Van Noyen, Vera Meynen Study of Calcium and Magnesium complexes bearing Redox-Active formazanate ligand Miss Raquel Travieso Puente, Peter Roewen, Mu-Chieh Chang, Edwin Otten Expanding the promiscuous aldolase activity of 4-oxalocrotonate tautomerase Mehran Rahimi, Edzard M. Geertsema, Thea van den Bosch, Yufeng Miao, Jan-Ytzen van Understanding Meer, Gerrit the oxidative J. Poelarends dehydrogenation of ethyl lactate on titania surfaces Dr. Enrique V. Ramos-Fernandez, Norbert Geels, N. Raveendran Shiju, Gadi Rothenberg The synthesis of a nitrido complex of rhodium MSc C Rebreyend, Yann Gloaguen, Bas de Bruin A lipase-click-cascade: Combining the best of two worlds Verena Resch, Ulf Hanefeld DNA-based catalytic cyclopropanation in water Dr Ana Rioz Martinez, Jens Oelerich, Gerard Roelfes In-Line Monitoring of Continuous Flow Gas-Liquid reactions by NMR Renee Ripken, Bram van Weerdenburg, Koen Tijssen, Bas van den Broek, Pieter Nieuwland, Jan van Bentum, Martin Feiters, Arno Kentgens, Floris Rutjes Photocatalytic Degradation of Organic Contaminant Mixtures in Water MSc Joana Romão, Guido Mul, Jonas Baltrusaitis The chemistry of novel iminophosphanes: from synthesis to catalysis MSc. Mark K. Rong, K. van Duin, T. van Dijk, J.J.M. de Pater, B.-J. Deelman, J.C. Slootweg, K. Lammertsma Catalytic asymmetric synthesis of chiral tertiary α-hydroxysilanes Jiawei Rong, Rik Oost, Syuzanna R. Harutyunyan P127 Enzymatic cascade reactions to construct batzellasides A,B and C. Stefan van Rootselaar, Gerjen H. Tinnevelt, Freek J. Janssen, Lieke J. C. van Hemert, Daniel Blanco-Ania, Floris P. J. T. Rutjes P128 Ring opening polymerization of lactides and epoxides using group(iv) alkoxides P129 P130 Mr. Sagnik Kumar Roymuhury, Debashis Chakraborty Pd-catalyzed isocyanide insertion reactions in heterocycle synthesis Eelco Ruijter, Tjøstil Vlaar,Bert U. W. Maes, Romano V. A. Orru Processive epoxidation of polymers using double-cavity porphyrin clip catalysts Dr. Pattama Saisaha, Dr. Johannes A. A. W. Elemans, Prof. Alan E. Rowan, Prof. Roeland J. M. Nolte P131 Understanding Atomic Layer Deposition of Alumina over (100) hydroxylated γ- Al2O3 surface using DFT calculations Aditya S Sandupatla, Elisabeth Levrau, Christophe Detavernier, Marie-Françoise Reyniers, Guy B Marin

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