CHemCatBio Webinar

Join the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Bioenergy Technologies Office’s (BETO) Chemical Catalysis for Bioenergy Consortium (ChemCatBio) on January 24, 2024, 2:00 – 2:45 p.m. ET, for a webinar titled, Addressing Rigor and Reproducibility (R&R) in Thermal, Heterogenous Catalysis.

In this webinar, panelists will discuss the current state of the field, why the topic is important for industry and bioenergy applications, outcomes from their 2022 National Science Foundation-sponsored workshop, and planned future activities researchers are undertaking to help the catalysis community address R&R issues. The webinar will end with a Q&A session.

Guest panelists include:

  • Dr. John West, Johnson Matthey
  • Dr. Neil Schweitzer, Northwestern University
  • Dr. Rajamani Gounder, Purdue University
  • Dr. Robert Rioux, Pennsylvania State University

Register now for ChemCatBio’s Addressing Rigor and Reproducibility in Thermal, Heterogenous Catalysis webinar. Learn more about the webinar or email questions directly to contact@ChemCatBio.org.

The Accelerator, ChemCatBio Winter 2024 Newsletter

ChemCatBio has recently released their Winter 2024 edition of its newsletter, The Accelerator. The issue details its collaboration with the Consortium for Computational Physics and Chemistry (CCPC) to enable catalyst technology innovation and development. ChemCatBio and the CCPC are both funded by BETO. Recent research highlights include, A Techno-economic Approach to Guide the Selection of Flow Recyclable Ionic Liquids for Nanoparticle Synthesisa new paper published in the journal, RSC Sustainability.

Read the full ChemCatBio Winter 2024 newsletter and browse past issues.

ChemCatBio is a collaborative, interdisciplinary effort among eight DOE national laboratories that aims to accelerate the catalyst and process development cycle for bioenergy applications. Subscribe to The Accelerator newsletter for the latest in ChemCatBio events, funding opportunities, publications, new technologies and research projects, and more.