In order of appearance:

Saturday 24 August

Dr. Karin Föttinger, TU Wien
Lecture: Who is doing the job? Unravelling the role of metals and oxides in alcohol conversion on bimetallic Au and Pd catalysts

Dr. Riikka Puurunen, Aalto University
Lecture: Atomic layer deposition: Bridging semiconductors to catalysis and beyond

Sunday 25 August
Dr. Nathalie Tanchoux, ENSC Montpellier
Lecture: Alginate: A versatile biopolymer for functional advanced materials for catalytic applications

Prof. Bert Sels, KU Leuven
Lecture: Refining lignocellulose: Introducing the lignin-first biorefinery concept

Dr. Christian Hulteberg, Lund University
Lecture: 13 orders of magnitude: From molecules to chemical plants

Dr. Frank Hollmann, Delft University of Technology
Lecture: Biocatalysis for organic synthesis: Why and how?

Dr. Elena Groppo, University of Turin
Lecture: Spectroscopy & catalysis: An eye on the active sites, but not only

Monday 26 August
Prof. Bas de Bruin, University of Amsterdam
Lecture: Catalysis in single electron steps

Prof. Nathalie Katsonis, University of Twente
Lecture: Mutualism between auto-catalysis and motion

Prof. Moniek Tromp, Groningen University
Lecture: Probing (re)active species in homogeneous catalysis: Application of advanced lab and synchrotron techniques

Dr. Jan Philipp Hofmann, Eindhoven University of Technology
Lecture: Transition metal sulphides and phosphides as electrocatalysts for water splitting: Insights into activity and stability

Dr. Ivo Filot, Eindhoven University of Technology
Lecture: Hierarchical multiscale catalytic modelling: From the active site to the reactor

Tuesday 27 August
Prof. Nataša Novak Tušar, University of Nova Gorica
Lecture: Design of a photocatalyst as a coating for removal of organic pollutants from air and water

Dr. Evgeny Pidko, Delft University of Technology
Lecture: Theory-guided design and optimization of catalytic conversions of renewable feedstocks

Dr. Lars Kiewidt, Wageningen University & Research
Lecture: From powder to production: Supporting heterogeneous catalysts for high performance

Dr. John van der Schaaf, Eindhoven University of Technology
Lecture: High-gravity high shear reactors for intensified chemicals production