Titel: 16th EC2/BIG-NSE workshop
Venue: C130, Chemistry Berlin, TU-Berlin
As every year, once their "initial phase" is finished, the new PhD students of EC2/BIG-NSE have the opportunity to present their PhD work plan in front of the UniSysCat community. After having had to do this twice online because of Corona in January 2021 and 2022, we are finally able to perform this event offline again this time! We look forward to it!
The first presentation is planned to start at about 13:10 and the last one to finish around 17:30. Scope of the presentations ranges from theory to application on all aspects of catalysis: Organic/Inorganic chemistry, heterogeneous catalysis, modelization, biotechnologies, biocatalysis etc.: all interested scientists are welcome!
|13:00-13:10||Prof. Maria Andrea Mroginski, EC2 director||Welcome words|
|First session - Moderation: Prof. Arne Thomas|
|13:10-13:35||Warisha Tahir||Thomas (TU)/Bojdys (HU)||Interfacial catalysts for overall water splitting|
|13:35-14:00||Yaxin Liu||Gurlo (TU)/Schomäcker (TU)/Hess (TU)||Application of substitutional and intermetallic alloys to CO2 hydrogenation by tandem catalysts|
|14:00-14:25||Badr/Elkamash||Hess (TU)||Stabilization of RuO2 electrocatalysts by surface modification for water splitting under operating conditions|
|14:25-14:45||Coffee break||Second session - Moderation: Prof. Peter Neubauer|
|14:45-15:10||Yao Xiao||Oestreich (TU)/..||C(sp3)-Si cross-coupling asymmetric synthesis of α-silyl α-amino-acids|
|15:10-15:35||Francisco De La Fuente/Kratzborn||Neubauer (TU)/Lenz (TU)||Development and scale-up of a fed-batch process for heterologous hydrogenase|
production in E. coli
|15:35-16:00||Liza Kobeleva||Horch (FU)/Weber (ZIB)||Understanding catalyst reactions by time-resolved spectroscopy and mathematic modeling|
|16:00-16:20||Coffee break||Third session - Moderation: Prof. Maria Andrea Mroginski|
|16:20-16:45||María González Viegas||Heberle (FU)/Mroginski (TU)||Flavin/protein interactions that differently shape the reactivities of the two cofactors in bifurcating electron transfer flavoproteins|
|16:45-17:10||Anushka Ghosh||Dobbek (HU)/Zebger (TU)||Semi-artificial metallo-enzymes for CO2 reduction and oxygenation|
|17:10-17:30||Prof. Maria Andrea Mroginski, EC2 director||Closing remarks|
After the EC2/BIG-NSE workshop, the annual UniSysCat New Year party is to take place on the "Empore" of the Chemistry Building, in front of room C130. All UniSyscat members are welcome!
EC2/BIG-NSE is a doctoral program on the field of catalysis funded by the Einstein Foundation Berlin. It is located a TU-Berlin but involves several other Berlin research institutions.