19-24 November, 2017: CAIA course, registration is now open

12. 5. 2017 | Susan

Please fill out the pre-registration form before July 15, 2017.
After September 1st, all who preregistered will be informed whether one is accepted* as a participant in this year’s course.
Registrations received after July 15, will automatically be transferred to the waiting list for next year’s course.

*The number of participants is limited to 55.

**Registrations are, in principle, accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Candidates on our waitinglist from our previous course are considered first. However, the organizing committee reserves the right to accept candidates based on a fair distribution amongst the member groups.

4-8 September, 2017: CRS-4

4. 4. 2017 | Susan

What: Fourth International Conference, Catalysis for renewable sources: fuel, energy, chemicals (CRS-4)
When: 4-8 September 2017
Where: Gabicce Mare, Italy

For more information, please click here.

24-26 January, 2017: Catalysis for Fuels – Faraday Discussion

8. 8. 2016 | Susan

Showcase your research: abstract submission is open Submit now
ll speakers and presenters at Faraday Discussions are published in the accompanying volume, so take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your latest research alongside leaders in the field. See our main themes.
Register now to secure your place and benefit from the fantastic savings currently available.

  • Discounted rates – save £50 by registering early
  • Bursaries worth £150 – available to students and members in the early stages of their career
  • Travel grants – act now and find out how much you could save

If you are new to Faraday Discussions be sure to find out more.

6-8 March, 2017: XVIIIth Netherlands Catalysis and Chemistry Conference

4. 8. 2016 | Susan

The XVIIIth Netherlands Catalysis and Chemistry Conference will take place March 6-8, 2017 in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.

NCCC combines a number of national symposia in the field of chemistry and catalysis. The Flanders- Belgium catalysis and chemistry community also contributes to this conference. NCCC-XVIII offers a unique, international forum to exchange innovative ideas between academic and industrial scientists in a broad area of catalysis and chemistry.

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