Seminars & Colloquia summer term 2009

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On this page seminars & colloquia of the participating groups are listed that are of interest to the members of the IZ-ICP
This list is not complete and will be updated regularly.
If you want a seminar to appear here please email Prof. M.A. Schneider


Contact the person in charge if you want to find out more about the speaker and his or her schedule in Erlangen.


List of seminars in summer term 2009
Date Subject Speaker Venue Room Contact
07.05.2009 Large influence of the support on the catalytic activity of Au nanoparticles Prof. Dr. Francesc Illas
Universitat de Barcelona
18:00, Kolloquium Exzellenzcluster EAM Hörsaal H3, Egerlandstr. 3 Prof. J. Libuda
14.05.2009 Control of chemical reaction by electron beams: Dream or reality? Prof. Dr. P. Swiderek
Universität Bremen
17:15, GdCh-Kolloquium Hörsaal H2, Egerlandstr. 3 Prof. J. Libuda
15.05.2009 Heterogeneous Catalysis and Nanostructures Prof. Dr. H.-J. Freund
Fritz-Haber-Institut Berlin
Festkolloquium 16:00 Physikum, Hörsaal H Prof. M.A. Schneider
04.06.2009 Heterogene Katalyse: Neue Einsichten aus der Theoretischen Chemie? Prof. Dr. B. Meyer
Universität Erlangen
17:15, GdCh-Kolloquium
(Antrittsvorlesung)
Großer Hörsaal der Organischen Chemie, Henkestraße 42 Prof. J. Libuda
18.06.2009 Multi-scale modeling in catalysis - from DFT to CFD Prof. Dr. Olaf Hinrichsen
TU München
18:00, Kolloquium Exzellenzcluster EAM Hörsaal H3, Egerlandstr. 3 Prof. J. Libuda
22.06.2009 Organische Halbleiter und ihre Wechselwirkung mit Metallen und Metallatomen Prof. Dr. Ch. Ziegler
TU Kaiserslautern
Physikalisches Kolloquium 17:00 c.t. Physikum, Hörsaal E Prof. M.A. Schneider
02.07.2009 Learning from Model Catalysts for Industrial Catalysis Prof. Dr. R. Schomäcker
TU Berlin
18:00, Kolloquium Exzellenzcluster EAM Hörsaal H3, Egerlandstr. 3 Prof. J. Libuda
16.07.2009 Novel Pd supported catalysts in multi-phase transformations of biomass derived chemicals Prof. Dr. D. Murzin
University of Toku, Finnland
18:00, Kolloquium Exzellenzcluster EAM Hörsaal H3, Egerlandstr. 3 Prof. J. Libuda