Catalysis Connected

Turning waste into the energy and materials of tomorrow

Update July 20 2021: Catalysis Connected Announces New Date

Dear visitor,

In light of recent events related to COVID-19, we would like to share news with you about the date of Catalysis Connected 2021. The current COVID-19 restrictions are slowly being lifted in a number of countries in Western Europe. It is still uncertain how these developments will continue. To ensure a distinctive conference in terms of program , location and of course visitors, we have been working for a long time to attract a strong field of international speakers. However, with the event date in September, this proved to have some limitations. Very understandably, not every speaker will be in a position to pledge their participation to the conference. For us, this was of crucial importance to look out for a more suitable date. We are all looking forward to having a great real-life edition of Catalysis Connected in the month of May 2022!

With this new date, we hope to put on an exciting conference, with great speakers, a stunning location and the opportunity to provide you, our guests, with the best scientific content you could wish for in two days.

Stay well and we hope to share with you soon a glimpse of our new venue and event dates!

Team Catalysis Connected


Catalysis Connected is a two-day conference on the topic of catalysis ​fostering scientific excellence.

We challenge aspiring researchers in the field of catalysis to discuss their views and research on ”turning waste into the energy and materials of tomorrow” with a young multi-disciplinary audience of PhDs and PDs from Belgium and The Netherlands.

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    The number of poster presentations is limited. All submissions will be reviewed by the poster committee.