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Fuelling a Sustainable Future: Innovations in Catalyst Analysis

16 July 2024

Duration: 60 minutes


12:00 pm — India, Sri Lanka
1:30 pm — Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam
2:30 pm — Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Australia (Perth)
5:30 pm — Australia (Sydney, Melbourne) 

As the world seeks sustainable solutions, catalyst analysis has become pivotal in driving this transformation. Catalysts are indispensable across various industries, from energy to pharmaceuticals, due to their ability to optimize chemical reactions. Their importance is particularly evident in the advancement of green technologies such as artificial photosynthesis and biofuel production, both of which are critical in reducing our dependence on fossil fuels.

In our upcoming Digital Classrooms session, we will provide an in-depth guide to analyzing different types of catalysts. This includes those used in energy production, environmental applications, and beyond—demonstrating how they can pave the way towards a sustainable future.

Join us to explore the complexities of catalyst analysis and understand its impact on creating a sustainable future. Whether you are a researcher, an industry professional, or passionate about sustainability science, this session offers valuable knowledge and insights you wouldn’t want to miss.

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    Learning Objectives:
    • Understand the role of catalyst analysis in promoting sustainability
    • Discover Shimadzu's innovative solutions in catalyst analysis
    • Gain insights from experts on real-world applications of these technologies

      

    Presenters


    Jackie, PhD
    Assistant Market Manager (Chemical & Food)
    Shimadzu (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd

    Jackie obtained his PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the National University of Singapore, He has garnered over 10 years of research, training, and facilitation experience. Jackie meets scientists from various industries to share technical knowledge and collect feedback, understanding their problems and helping them find well-suited solutions in GC-related analyses.

     

    Osamu Ishitani, PhD
    Special Appointed Professor
    Hiroshima University

    Prof. Dr. Osamu Ishitani is a Special Appointed Professor of Chemistry at Hiroshima University and an emeritus professor of Tokyo Institute of Technology. He received his B. Eng. from Kobe University (1982) and Dr. Eng. from Osaka University (1987). He spent three months as a visiting researcher at the Hahn-Meitner Institute (Berlin, Germany), then joined the National Institute for Resources and Environment (AIST) as a researcher, and moved to Saitama University as an associate professor in 1995. He moved to Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2002 and became a full professor in 2006. He is a Vice President of the Asian and Oceanian Photochemistry Association. Osamu Ishitani served as President of the Japanese Photochemical Association (2020-) and Vice President of the Chemical Society of Japan (2018-2020). He has been interested in artificial photosynthesis for longer than 30 years. The main scientific targets of his group are photocatalytic CO2 reduction, photochemical properties of transition metal complexes, photo-functional metal complexes, and hybrid photocatalysts consisting of metal complexes and semiconductor materials.

     

    Chanatip Samart, PhD
    Associate Professor
    Thammasat University

    Dr. Chanatip Samart is currently Associate Professor at Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University. He received the B.Sc. in Industrial Chemistry from King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL). After that, he recieved the Master and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, from Kasetsart University. He was appointed lecturer in Department of Chemistry, Thammasat University in year 2006. He was deputy Dean, and Head of Chemistry Department in year 2009 and 2012, respectively. He received the award of outstanding young researcher from Thammasat University in year 2009. He has been awarded Talent mid-career fund by National Research Council of Thailand from year 2022-2024. His research interest is biomass conversion, catalysis and surface modification. His publication is more than 100 papers in ISI. He has been served as editorial board member of Discover Applied Science (Formerly S.N. Applied Science) Journal, Carbon Resources Conversion, and Journal of Metals Materials and Mineral.



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