Catalysis Hub Conferences

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The UK Catalysis hub runs a Biannual Conference for it  members

The conferences are intended as a forum for the presentation and discussion of Catalytic research

One aim of the UK Catalysis Hub is to develop the next generation of researchers, to facilitate this aim, the UK Catalysis Hub arranges an annual summer conference focusing on providing a forum for the research associates to present their work and interact.

UK Catalysis Hub Winter Conference 2021

When: 7 – 8 December 2021
Where: Milton Hill House Hotel, Oxfordshire & Online event

On the 7th and 8th of December 2021 the UK Catalysis Hub will host its annual winter conference and networking meeting. The Conference will take place at Milton Hill House Hotel, Oxfordshire. The event will be a hybrid event so we will have the option to attend virtually for those who can’t attend in person.

Visit the event page for more information and to register.

UK Catalysis Hub Virtual Summer Conference 2021

When: 20 – 22 July 2021
Where: Online event

The UK Catalysis Hub Summer Conference 2021 was held on 20th & 21st of July 2021 with a full day EDI event: Catalysis in a diverse world on the 22nd July. The conference was virtual due to the COVID situation in Europe and university travel bans.

Talks started at lunchtime on the 20th July and continued on the 21st July until the afternoon with the EDI event on the 22nd July.

Visit the event page for more information and to watch recordings of the conference presentations.

UK Catalysis Hub Winter Conference 2020

When: 7th & 8th December
Where: Online event

After careful consideration of the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19 we decided it was best that the UK Catalysis Hub annual summer conference was postponed. Our conference took place on the 7th and 8th of December 2020 and was a virtual event. Watch recordings of the presentations and read more about at the conference.

2019 Spring Conference

The UK Catalysis Hub Spring Conference on the 2 – 3 May 2019 was attended by over 140 scientists and engineers across the breadth of catalysis; heterogeneous, homogeneous and bio, bridging the disciplines of chemistry engineering and biology.

The Conference took place at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory on the Harwell Campus.

 Visit the event page to read more about the event.

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