15 November 2022

Challenges in Catalysis VII - Online

Organised by:

SCI’s Fine Chemicals group and RSC’s Applied Catalysis Group

Online webinar - 10:40 - 17:45 GMT

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Synopsis

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The SCI’s Fine Chemicals Group and the RSC’s Applied Catalysis Group are pleased to announce this one-day biennial symposium - Challenges in Catalysis for Pharmaceuticals and Fine chemicals VII. The aim of this meeting, well-supported both by industry and academia is to debate the current developments in catalysis, where they are going and what industry needs.  An exciting line up of leading academic and industrial scientists will present a series of lectures covering topics in homogeneous, heterogeneous and enzymatic catalysis.


Attendees

This meeting is suitable for all organic/medicinal chemists (early and mid-career) working in academia and industry and chemical engineers in process development.


Sponsorship

For further information and prices, please email conferences@soci.org


Programme

Tuesday 15 November

10.00
Registration and refreshments
10.40
Introduction and welcome
1045
Bridging the gap between well-defined and industrial catalyst via a molecular approach of surface chemistry
Prof Dr Christophe Copéret, ETH Zurich
11.35
Sustainable Catalytic Processes – Metal Scavenging in Action
Naomi Szulc, PhosphonicS
12.25
Lunch, posters and exhibition
13.45
Discovery and application of multi-functional biocatalysts for organic synthesis
Prof Nicholas Turner, University of Manchester
14.35
Why Biocatalysis?
Dr Samantha Staniland, AstraZeneca
15.25
Refreshments, posters and exhibition
15.55
Intelligence from data – towards data-led prediction in homogeneous catalysis
Dr Natalie Fey, University of Bristol
16.45
Title to be confirmed
Prof Corinna Schindler, University of Michigan
17.35
Poster prize presentation
17.40
Closing remarks
17.45
Networking reception
Due to the uncertainty and ever changing situation regarding the pandemic and company travel policies, it may be necessary for some speakers to present remotely at short notice.
Fees
SCI Member - £120

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Sponsors

Organising committee

Emmanuel Callens, SCI / Selcia
Amanda Jarvis, University of Edinburgh
Katherine Wheelhouse, GlaxoSmithKline

 

contact

Conference Team

Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561

Email: conferences@soci.org