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Catalysis for renewable sources: fuel, energy, chemicals



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Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Russia

Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

Petrobras, Brazil

St. Petersburg Scientific Center RAS, Russia

Scientific Council on Catalysis RAS, Russia





Scientific Program of the International conference


CATALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE SOURCES: FUEL, ENERGY, CHEMICALS


Tsars Village, St. Petersburg, June 28-July 2, 2010


Novosibirsk-2010

Under financial support of the Russian Foundation
for Basic Research (RFBR)





International Scientific Committee

Valentin Parmon, Chairman

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Alexander Noskov, Vice-Chairman

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Dmitry Murzin, Vice-Chairman

Ǻbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland

Jamal Chaouki

Polytechnique Montréal, Canada

Raghunath Chaudhari

University of Kansas, USA

Buxing Han

Institute of Chemistry CAS, Beijing, China

John Gleaves

Washington University in St. Louis, USA

Valerii Kirillov

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Faïçal Larachi

Université Laval, Quebec, Canada

Martyn Poliakoff

The University of Nottingham, UK

Wolter Prins

Gent University, Belgium

Gennadii Tereschenko

St. Petersburg Scientific Center RAS, Russia

Padmaja Vasudevan

University of New Hampshire, USA

Gregory Yablonsky

St. Louis University – Missouri, USA



^ Conference Chairpersons

Dr. Vadim Yakovlev, Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Russia

Professor Muthanna H. Al-Dahhan, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

^ Organizing Committee

Victoria Dundich

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Evgenia Kirichenko

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

^ Nataliya Krylova

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Inna Mutas

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

^ Tatiana Pimenova

St. Petersburg Scientific Center RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia

Tatiana Zamulina, Executive Secretary

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia



scientific program

The conference scientific program comprises 6 invited lectures of leading specialists (1 hour including questions), 7 key-note lectures (30 minutes including questions), 41 oral (20 min including questions) and 51 poster presentations on the following topics.

  • Catalysis for biofuel production

  • Catalysis for biochemical generation

  • Catalytic gasification of bioproducts

  • Biocatalysis for biomass processing


The conference will be held in the Education & Conference Center (Mansion of Duke Kochubey) in a beautiful suburb of St. Petersburg Tsars Village (now named as town Pushkin).

Tsars Village is located approximately twenty-five kilometers from
St. Petersburg and is situated on land granted by Peter the Great to his wife Catherine I. It is a famous historical place, a summer residence of several Russian Emperors and Empresses including Elisabeth, Catherine II (the Great), Alexander I and Nicolas II. The Education & Conference Center is located in the so-called Mansion of Duke V. P. Kochubey, who was the Chief Master of Ceremonies of the last Russian Imperial Court.

The Center is within 50-meters distance from the Catherine park, one of the famous parks around St. Petersburg. The Catherine Palace is the centerpiece of the extensive park complex, surrounded by ponds, canals and shaded paths. The Organizing committee hopes that the historical and romantic spirit will stimulate informal scientific discussion and friendly communication.


^ Scientific Program
of the International conference

CATALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE SOURCES: FUEL, ENERGY, CHEMICALS


Monday June 28

Conference Hall

    1. Opening

Chairperson Professor Muthanna Al-Dahhan, USA

PLENARY LECTURES

9.00
PL-1 Valentin Parmon


DESIGN OF CATALYSTS AND CATALYTIC PROCESSES FOR BIOFUELS PRODUCTION
Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia


^ 10.00
PL-2 Palligarnai Vasudevan


ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE BIOFUELS: ADVANCES IN BIODIESEL RESEARCH

University of New Hampshire (Durham), USA


11.00 Coffee


Chairperson Professor Ivan Kozhevnikov, UK

KEY-NOTE PRESENTATIONS

11.30
KN-1
Strizhak P.E., Tripolskyi A.I., Eremenko V.E., Ivashchenko T.S., Busko A.O.
CATALYTIC CRACKING OF SUNFLOWER SEED OIL
L.V. Pisarzhevsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Kiev), Ukraine

12.00
KN-2
Meneghetti S.M.P.1, Brito Y.C.1, Mello V.M.2, Macedo C.C.S.2, Meneghetti M.R.1, Suarez P.A.Z.2
GROUP IV COMPLEXES FOR ESTERIFICATION AND TRANSESTERIFICATION REACTIONS
1Instituto de Química e Biotecnologia, Universidade Federal de Alagoas (Maceió), Brazil
2Instituto de Química, Universidade de Brasília (Brasília), Brazil


12.30 Lunch

Chairperson Professor Dariusz Bogdal, Poland

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Section 1. Catalysis for biofuel production

^ 14.20
OP-1-1 Cannilla C.
2, Bonura G.1, Spadaro L.1, Blasi O. Di.1, Arena F.2, Frusteri F.1
NOVEL MnCeOx CATALYSTS FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION BY TRANSESTERIFICATION OF VEGETABLE OILS WITH METHANOL
1CNR-ITAE “Nicola Giordano” (Messina), Italy
2^ University of Messina (Messina), Italy

14.40
OP-1-2 Meneghetti M.R. , Serra T.M., Mendonça D.R., da Silva J.V., Meneghetti S.P.
METHANOLYSIS OF VEGETABLE OILS IN THE PRESENCE OF ALKYL TIN(IV) CATALYST: INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND REACTION CONDITIONS ON THE CATALYST ACTIVITY
^ Instituto de Química e Biotecnologia, Universidade Federal de Alagoas (Maceió), Brazil

15.00
OP-1-5
Mäki-Arvela P.1, Rozmysłowicz B.1, Lestari S.1, Simakova O.1,2, Salmi T.1, Murzin D.Y.1
DEOXYGENATION OF TALL OIL FATTY ACIDS TO BIOFUEL
1Åbo Akademi University (Turku), Finland
2Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia

15.20
OP-1-6 Strizhakova Y.A.1, Lapidus A.L.2
THE PRODUCTION OF MOTOR FUEL AND CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS FROM THE PRODUCTS OF THERMAL PROCESSING OF COMBUSTIBLE SCHISTS

1Samara State Technical University (Samara), Russia
2N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RAS (Moscow), Russia

15.40
OP-1-7
Rozmysłowicz B., Tokarev A., Mäki-Arvela P., Murzin D.Y.
DEOXYGENATION OF FATTY ACIDS AND THEIR ESTERS OVER PALLADIUM ON CARBON CATALYST: INVESTIGATION OF REACTION MECHANISM
Process Chemistry Center, Åbo Akademi University (Turku), Finland


16.00 Coffee

Chairperson Professor Erik Heeres, the Netherlands

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Section 1. Catalysis for biofuel production


16.30
OP-1-8
Yakovlev V.A.1 Khromova S.A.1, Bykova M.V.1, Yermakov D.Y.1,
Heeres H.J.
2, Venderbosch R.H.3, Parmon V.N.1
HYDROTREATMENT CATALYSTS DESIGN FOR BIO-FUELS PRODUCTION
1Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia
2University of Groningen (Groningen),the Netherlands
3BTG Biomass Technology Group BV (Enschede), the Netherlands

16.50
OP-1-9
Ardiyanti A.R.1, Khromova S.2, Yakovlev V.2, Venderbosch R.H.3,
Heeres H.J.
1
CATALYTIC HYDROTREATING OF FAST PYROLYSIS OIL WITH NiCu/ δ-Al2O3 CATALYSTS
1Chemical Engineering Department, University of Groningen (Groningen),
the Netherlands

2Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia
3BTG Biomass technology Group BV (Enschede), the Netherlands

17.10
OP-1-10
^ Santos L.T.1, Estevão A.S.2, dos Santos F.M.2, de Mello L.F.3, Lam Y.L.3, Pereira M.M.2
REACTION BETWEEN CO2 AND COKE: A COMPARISON OF THE COKE FROM CATALYTIC CRACKING OF BIO-OIL AND GASOIL
1National Agency of Petroleum (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
2^ Chemical Institute of Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
3Cenpes – Petrobras, (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil

17.30
OP-1-12
Van de Vyver S.1, Geboers J.A.1, Dusselier M.1, Schepers H.1, Vosch T.2, Zhang L.3, Tendeloo G.3, Jacobs P.1, Sels B.1
TUNING SELECTIVITY IN CATALYTIC CELLULOSE CONVERSION BY CONTROLLING THE Ni PARTICLE SHAPE AT THE TIP OF CARBON NANOFIBERS

1^ Center for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Heverlee), Belgium
2Department of Chemistry, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Heverlee), Belgium
3University of Antwerp (Antwerpen), Belgium

17.50
OP-1-13
Reznichenko I.D., Tselyutina M.I., Posokhova O.M., Kiseleva T.P.
PRODUCTION OF ACTIVE ALUMINA – SELECTIVE HYDROGENATION CATALYST CARRIER
JSC Angarsk Catalyst and Organic Synthesis Plant (Angarsk), Russia

18.10
OP-1-15
Kirillov V.A.1, Yakovlev V.A.1, Van de Beld L.2
USING BIOMASS-BASED FUELS FOR DECENTRALISED POWER PRODUCTION

1Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia
2BTG Biomass Technology Group BV (Enschede), the Netherlands

^ 18.30 Exhibition Opening
19.00 Welcome Reception




Tuesday June 29

Conference Hall

Chairperson Dr. Vadim Yakovlev, Russia

PLENARY LECTURES

^ 9.00
PL-3 Dmitry Murzin


CATALYTIC TRANSFORMATIONS FOR PRODUCTION OF BIOFUELS, SPECIALTY CHEMICALS AND PHARMACEUTICALS FROM WOODY BIOMASS

Åbo Akademi University (Turku), Finland

10.00
PL-4 Wolter Prins


PROGRESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIOMASS FAST PYROLYSIS TECHNOLOGY AND ITS APPLICATION
University of Ghent, Faculty of Bioscience Engineering (Ghent), Belgium



11.00 Coffee


Chairperson Professor Alexander Noskov

KEY-NOTE PRESENTATIONS

11.30
KN-3
Kuznetsov B.N. 1,2, Sharypov V.I. 1, Baryshnikov S.V. 1
CONVERSIONS OF WOOD AND CELLULOSE TO GLUCOSE AND LEVULINIC ACID UNDER THE ACTION OF ACIDIC CATALYSTS
1Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology SB RAS (Krasnoyarsk), Russia
2Siberian Federal University (Krasnoyarsk), Russia

^ 12.00
KN-4 Kozhevnikov I.
Polyoxometalates as catalysts for sustainable organic synthesis
University of Liverpool (Liverpool) UK


12.30 Lunch

Chairperson Professor Albert Lapidus, Russia

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Section 2. Catalysis for biochemical generation


14.20
OP-2-1
Antonetti C., Galletti A.M.R., De Luise V., Marco Martinelli M.
COMBINATION OF METAL AND ACID CATALYSIS FOR THE CONVERSION OF CARBOHYDRATE BIOMASS INTO CHEMICALS
Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry, University of Pisa (Pisa), Italy

14.40
OP-2-2
Bols M., Jadhav V.
3,6-ANHYDROCELLULOSE. A MODIFIED CELLULOSE FOR IMPROVED CATALYTIC DEGRADATION
Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen), Denmark

^ 15.00
OP-2-3 Chambon F.
1, Rataboul F.1, Cabiac A.2, Pinel C.1, Guillon E.2, Essayem N.1
CELLULOSE HYDROTHERMAL CONVERSION PROMOTED BY HETEROGENEOUS BRØNSTED AND LEWIS ACIDS: REMARKABLE EFFICIENCY OF SOLID LEWIS ACIDS TO PRODUCE VALUABLE MOLECULES
1^ Institut de Recherche sur la Catalyse et l’environnement de Lyon, France
2IFP-Lyon (Lyon), France

15.20
OP-2-4
Geboers J.A., Van de Vyver S., Carpentier K., De Blochouse K., Jacobs P.A., Sels B.F.
CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF CONCENTRATED CELLULOSE FEEDS TO HEXITOLS WITH HETEROPOLY ACIDS AND Ru ON CARBON
Center for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Heverlee), Belgium

^ 15.40
OP-2-5 Bols M.,
Kumari N.
EFFICIENT CONVERSION OF SACHHARIDES IN TO 5 (BROMOMETHYL)FURFURAL

Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen), Denmark


16.00 Coffee

Chairperson Professor Peter Strizhak, Ukraine

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Section 2. Catalysis for biochemical generation


16.30
OP-2-6
Kusema B.T., Campo B., Simakova O.A., Mäki-Arvela P., Salmi T., Murzin D.Y.
KINETICS OF SELECTIVE OXIDATION OF SUGARS OVER GOLD CATALYSTS
Laboratory of Industrial Chemistry and Reaction Engineering Process Chemistry Centre, Åbo Akademi University (Turku), Finland

^ 16.50
OP-2-7 Rasrendra C.B.
1, Windt M.2, Meier D.2, Heeres H.J.1,
CHARACTERISATION AND DEPOLYMERIZATION OF SOLID HUMIN BY-PRODUCTS
1Chemical Engineering Department, University of Groningen (Groningen), the Netherlands
2vTI-Institute of Wood Technology and Wood Biology (Hamburg), Germany

17.10
OP-2-8
Prokhorov A.1, Shvets V.1, Suchkov Y.1, Kozlovskiy I.1, Kozlovskiy R.1, Kapustin A.2
PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BUTYL LACTATE
1D.I. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia (Moscow), Russia
2^ Azov State University (Mariupol), Ukraine

17.30
OP-2-9
Simakova O.A.1, Kusema B.1, Campo B.1, Mäki-Arvela P.1,
Leino A.-R.
2, Kordás K.2, Murzin D.Y.1
GOLD CATALYSTS IN THE SELECTIVE ARABINOSE OXIDATION: SIZE EFFECT
1Laboratory of Industrial Chemistry and Reaction Engineering, Process Chemistry Centre, Faculty of Technology, Åbo Akademi University (Turku), Finland
2Microelectronics and Materials Physics Laboratories, EMPART Research Group of Infotech Oulu, University of Oulu (Oulu), Finland

^ 17.50
OP-2-10 Simonov M.N.,
Simakova I.L., Minyukova T.P., Khassin A.A.
BIODERIVED LACTIC ACID AND LACTATES AS ALTERNATIVE SOURCES FOR PROPYLENE GLYCOL SYNTHESIS
Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia

18.10
OP-2-11
Vilonen K., Karinen R., Linnekoski J., Niemelä M.V.
CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF HEMICELLULOSIC MONOSACCHARIDES TO FURFURALS

Department of Biotechnology and Chemical Technology, Faculty of Chemistry and Materials Science, Aalto School of Science and Technology (Espoo), Finland

18.30 Concert





Wednesday June 30

Conference Hall

Chairperson Professor Dmitry Murzin, Finland

PLENARY LECTURES

^ 9.00
PL-5 Donato Aranda


TRANSESTERIFICATION AND HYDROESTERIFICATION: THEORETICAL
AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF BIODIESEL PRODUCTION USING HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS

Greentec-Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

10.00
PL-6 Muthanna Al-Dahhan


ADVANCEMENT OF CATALYTIC FISCHER-TROPSCH SLURRY BUBBLE COLUMNS VIA ADVANCED MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND CHEMICALS PRODUCTION

Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, USA


11.00 Coffee


Chairperson Professor Boris Kuznetsov, Russia

KEY-NOTE PRESENTATIONS

11.30
KN-5
L. van de Beld, Leijenhorst E.J.
CATALYTIC FUEL-GAS CLEANING IN A STAGED BIOMASS GASIFICATION PROCESS
BTG Biomass Technology Group, Enschede, The Netherlands

12.00
KN-6
Gusevskaya E.V., Parreira L. A., Menini L.
PALLADIUM-CATALYZED AEROBIC OXIDATION OF BIOMASS-BASED ALKENES AS A ROUTE TO VALUABLE FRAGRANCE AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOUNDS
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil


12.30 Lunch

Chairperson Dr. Irina Simakova, Russia

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Section 2. Catalysis for biochemical generation


14.20
OP-2-12
Taran O.P.1, Delidovich I.V.1, Matvienko L.G.1,2, Simonov A.N.1,2,
Moroz B.L.
1,2, Pyrjaev P.A.1,2, Simakova I.L.1, Kholodovich A.N.1, Bukhtiyarov V.I.1,2, Parmon V.N.1,2
SELECTIVE OXIDATION OF SUGARS USING NANODISPERSED Pt, Pd AND Au SUPPORTED CATALYSTS
1Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia
2^ Novosibirsk State University (Novosibirsk), Russia

14.40
OP-2-13
Vasiliadou E.S., Lemonidou A.A.
Cu CATALYSTS FOR HYDROGENOLYSIS OF GLYCEROL TO PROPYLENE GLYCOL
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Thessaloniki), Greece

15.00
OP-2-15
Shtertser N.V., Khassin A.A., Minyukova T.P., Filonenko G.A.
Cu-CONTAINING CATALYSTS FOR FATTY ACID TRYGLYCERIDS HYDROGENATION: RELATION OF CATALYTIC ACTIVITY TO THE MECHANISM OF COPPER REDUCTION
^ Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia

15.20
OP-2-16
Bogdal D., Prociak A., Michalowski S., Pala G.
MICROWAVE-ASSISTED EPOXIDATION OF VEGETABLE OILS IN THE PRESENCE OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
Chair of Polymer Chemistry and Technology, Cracow University of Technology (Krakow), Poland

15.40
OP-2-17
Leveneur S., Salmi T., Murzin D.Y., Kumar N.
Peroxy fatty acids, intermediate for epoxidized vegetable oils synthesis
Laboratory of Industrial Chemistry, Process Chemistry Centre, Åbo Akademi University (Turku), Finland


16.00 Coffee

POSTER SESSION


19.00 Banquet

Thursday July 1



Conference Hall

Chairperson Professor Wolter Prince, Belgium

KEY-NOTE PRESENTATION

9.00
KN-7
Mikkola J.-P1,2., Jönsson L. 1, Marklund S. 1
BIO4ENERGY – THE SWEDISH QUEST FOR SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY
1Umeå University, Department of Chemistry, Technical Chemistry, Chemical-Biological Center, Sweden
2Åbo Akademi University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Laboratory of Industrial Chemistry and Reaction Engineering, Process Chemistry Centre, Turku, Finland

^ ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Section 2. Catalysis for biochemical generation

9.30
OP-2-18
Andreeva D.1, Schäferhans J.1, Skorb E.2, Pazos Perez N.1
ULTRASOUND-INDUCED FORMATION OF MESOPOROUS MULTIMETAL CATALYSTS
1University of Bayreuth (Bayreuth), Germany
2Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces (Golm) Germany

9.50
OP-2-19
Tolvanen P., Mäki-Arvela P., Murzin D.Y., Salmi T.
THE EFFECT OF ULTRASOUND ON CATALYTIC STARCH OXIDATION BY HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

^ Department of Industrial Chemistry and Reaction Engineering, Åbo Akademi University (Turku), Finland

10.10
OP-2-20
Buchneva O.1, Rossetti I.1, Kryukov A.2, Forni L.1
EFFECT OF Ag DOPING IN La-Mn PEROVKSITES FOR THE CATALYTIC FLAMELESS COMBUSTION OF METHANE
1University of Milan (Milan), Italy
2D.I. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia (Moscow), Russia

10.30
OP-2-22
Van Bennekom J.G.1, Venderbosch R.H.2, Heeres H.J.1
INSIGHTS IN GLYCEROL REFORMING IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER
1University of Groningen (Groningen), the Netherlands
2BTG Biomass technology Group (Enschede), Netherlands


10.50 Coffee

Chairperson Professor Jyri-Pekka Mikkola, Sweden

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Section 3. Catalytic gasification of bioproducts


11.20
OP-3-3
Kosivtsov Y.Y., Sulman E.M.
LOW-TEMPERATURE CATALYTIC PYROLYSIS OF ORGANIC RAW MATERIALS
Tver Technical University (Tver), Russia

11.40
OP-3-6 Rossetti I., Biffi C., Tantardini G.F., Forni L.
H2 PRODUCTION BY STEAM REFORMING OF BIOETHANOL
Dipartimento Chimica Fisica ed Elettrochimica, Università degli Studi di Milano (Milano), Italy

^ 12.00
OP-3-7 Mezentseva N.V.
1, Alikina G.1, Krieger T.1, Ishchenko A.1,
Smorygo O.2, Sadykov V.1,3
HYDROGEN AND SYNGAS PRODUCTION BY ETHANOL STEAM REFORMING OVER COMPOSITE CATALYSTS COMPRISED OF Ni/YSZ AND COMPLEX OXIDES
1Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia
2Powder Metallurgy Institute (Minsk), Belarus
3Novosibirsk State University (Novosibirsk), Russia

^ 12.20
OP-3-8 Soykal I., Mirkelamoglu B., Song H., Bao X., Hadad C.M.,
Ozkan U.S.,
CATALYTIC STEAM REFORMING OF BIOMASS-DERIVED OXYGENATES

The Ohio State University (Columbus), USA

12.40
OP-3-10
Suprun W., Gläser R., Papp H.
CATALYTIC GAS PHASE CONVERSION OF GLYCERIN

Institut für Technische Chemie, Universität Leipzig, (Leipzig), Germany


13.00 Lunch

Chairperson Professor Palligarnai S. Vasudevan, USA

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Section 4. Biocatalysis for biomass processing


14.30
OP-4-1
Aresta M., Dibenedetto A., Giannoccaro G., Stufano P.
ENZYMATIC CARBON DIOXIDE REDUCTION TO METHANOL IN WATER AT ROOM TEMPERATURE: REGENERATION OF THE REDUCING AGENTS
Department of Chemistry and CIRCC University of Bari (Bari), Italy

14.50
OP-4-2
Borovkova I.S., Kazakov D., Volhin V.V.
THE EFFECT OF OXYGEN MASS TRANSFER INTENSITY ON BIOCATALYTIC PHENOL OXIDATION RATE
Perm State Technical University (Perm), Russia

15.10
OP-4-3
Bychkov A.L.1,2, Lomovsky O.I.1
THE PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF MECHANICALLY ACTIVATED ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS
1Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry of SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia
2Research and Education Centre «Molecular Design and Ecologically Safe Technologies», Novosibirsk State University (Novosibirsk), Russia

^ 15.30
OP-4-4 Georgescu V.

VALORIFICATION OF FERMENTATION BUTANOL FOR ALCOHOLIC FUELS
Institute of Physical Chemistry “Ilie Murgulescu”, Romanian Academy of Science (Bucharest), Romania

15.50
OP-4-5
Golyazimova O.V., Politov A.A.
MECHANISM OF ULTRASOUND-ASSISTED ENZYME HYDROLYSIS OF CELLULOSE
Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry of SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia



    1. Closing


LIST OF POSTER PRESENTATIONS


  1. Arinicheva J.A., Dzyubenko A.A., Maximov A.L., Nekhaev A.I.
    PRODUCTION OF MOTOR FUELS COMPONENTS ON THE BASE OF XYLOSE

    A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis RAS (Moscow), Russia

  2. Bachurikhin A.L.
    THREE-STAGE WASTE-FREE PROCESS OF ALKYLPETROL PREPARATION FROM METHANOL ON ZEOLITE CATALYSTS BASE
    N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RAS (Moscow), Russia

  3. Bachurikhin A.L.1, Golosman E.Z.2
    COMPLEX WASTE-FREE TECHNOLOGY OF ANILINE AND N-MONOMETHYLANILINE PREPARATION WITH USE HETEROGENEOUS Cu-BASED CATALYSTS
    1N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RAS (Moscow), Russia
    2LLC "NIAP-KATALIZATOR" (Novomoskovsk), Russia

  4. Barnakov C.N.1, Kozlov A.1, Seit-Ablaeva S.2, Anufrienko V.3,
    Ismagilov Z.3
    NANOSTRUCTURED CARBON FROM SIBERIAN PINE NUTSHELL
    1Institute of Coal and Coal Chemistry of SB RAS (Kemerovo), Russia
    2Kemerovo Technological Institute of Food Industry (Kemerovo), Russia
    3^ Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia

  5. Bulushev D.A.1, Beloshapkin S.2, Ross J.R.H.1
    HYDROGEN FROM FORMIC ACID DECOMPOSITION FOR BETTER UTILISATION OF BIOMASS HYDROLYSIS PRODUCTS. Pd AND Au CATALYSTS
    1Charles Parsons Initiative, Chemical & Environmental Sciences Department, University of Limerick (Limerick), Ireland
    2Materials & Surface Science Institute, University of Limerick (Limerick), Ireland

  6. Boykov E.V., Vishnetskaya M.V.
    TRANSITION METAL OXIDES IN CATALYTIC PROCESSING OF BIOFUEL

    I.M. Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (Moscow), Russia

  7. Ferreira P.1, Fonseca I.M.2, Ramos A.M.2, Vital J.2, Castanheiro J.E.1,
    VALORIZATION OF GLYCEROL BY CONDENSATION WITH ACETONE OVER HETEROPOLYACIDS IMMOBILIZED IN SILICA
    1Centro de Química de Évora, Departamento de Química, Universidade de Évora (Évora), Portugal
    2^ Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Caparica), Portugal

  8. Pito D.S.1, Fonseca I.M.2, Ramos A.M.2, Vital J.2, Castanheiro J. E.1
    METHOXYLATION OF α-PINENE USING TUNGSTOPHOSPHORIC ACID SUPPORTED IN SILICA
    1Centro de Química de Évora, Departamento de Química, Universidade de Évora (Évora), Portugal
    2Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Caparica), Portugal

  9. ^ Tropecelo A.I.1 Fonseca I.M.2, Ramos A.M. 2, Vital J. 2,
    Castanheiro J.E.1,
    BIODIESEL PRODUCTION FROM WASTE COOKING OIL OVER SULFONATED CATALYSTS
    1Centro de Química de Évora, Departamento de Química, Universidade de Évora (Évora), Portugal
    2^ Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Caparica), Portugal

  10. Chernykh I.G.
    CHEMPAK: OPTIMIZATION OF THE CHEMICAL REACTION KINETICS OF CATALYTIC PROCESSES WITH USING OF COMPUTER SIMULATION
    Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

  11. Chesnokov N.V.1,2, Mikova N.M.1, Ivanov I.P.1, Kuznetsov B.N.1,2
    CATALYTIC ACTION OF MOLTEN ALKALI IN CONVERSION OF BIOMASS TO POROUS CARBONS
    1Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology of SB RAS (Krasnoyarsk), Russia
    ^ 2Siberian Federal University( Krasnoyarsk),Russia

  12. Chumachenko Y., Lavrenov A., Skorpluk A., Drozdov V.,
    Gulyaeva T., Arbuzov A., Buyalskay K., Kudrya E.
    HYDROCONVERSION OF VEGETABLE OILS INTO HYDROCARBON-BASED BIODIESEL OVER NONSULFIDED CATALYSTS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF METAL CATALYSTS SUPPORTED ON BORATED ALUMINA
    ^ Institute of Hydrocarbons Processing of SB RAS (Omsk), Russia

  13. Cunha J.A.1, Silva A.V.1, Valente L.M.M.1, Pereira M.M.1,
    Piscina P.R.
    2, Homs N.2,3, Santos L.T.4, Santos M.R.L.1
    THE EFFECT OF HYDROLYSIS TREATMENTS ON SUGARCANE BAGASSE
    1Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
    2 Universitat de Barcelona (Barcelona), Spain
    3Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (IREC)(Barcelona), Spain
    4National Agency of Petroleum (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil

  1. Escobar A.d.S.1, Santos M.R.L.1, Santos L.T.2, Pereira M.M.1
    CATALYTIC CRACKING OF GLUCOSE OVER ZSM-5 ZEOLITE AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES
    1Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
    2National Agency of Petroleum (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil

  1. Fedotov A.S., Tsodikov M.V., Moiseev I.I.
    CONVERSION OF METHANE AND LIGHT HYDROCARBONS INTO HYDROGEN CONTAINING GAS ON MEMBRANE CATALYTIC SYSTEMS
    A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis RAS (Moscow), Russia

  2. Hasaninejad A., Golzar N., Rasekhi M.
    [DBU][Ac]: A TASK-SPECIFIC IONIC LIQUID FOR THE SOLVENT-FREE SYNTHESIS OF TETRAHYDRO BENZO[b]PYRANS
    Persian Gulf University (Bushehr), Iran

  1. Ismail M., Yaakob Z., Daud W.R.W., Sari R.
    HYDROGEN PRODUCTION BY ETHANOL STEAM REFORMING IN A PALLADIUM-ALUMINA MEMBRANE REACTOR PREPARED BY COMBINE SOL-GEL AND ELECTROLESS PLATING TECHNIQUE OVER Ni/ γ-Al2O3 CATALYST
    University Kebangsaan Malaysia (Selangor), Malaysia

  2. Khlopov D., Shvets V., Kozlovskiy R., Suchkov Y.
    PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF L-LACTIDE
    ^ D.I. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia (Moscow), Russia

  3. Khudoshin A.G.1, Goryainov A.U.1, Lunin V.V.1, Bogdan V.I.2
    SUB- AND SUPERCRITICAL WATER AS A CATALYST FOR CELLULOSE CONVERSION
    1M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow), Russia
    2N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RAS (Moscow), Russia

  1. Kirichenko E.N., Dundich V.O., Bukhtiyarova G.A., Yakovlev V.A.
    THE BLENDING OF SECOND–GENERATION BIO-GASOIL WITH FOSSIL DIESEL: EFFECT ON PETROLEUM-DERIVED FUEL QUALITY
    Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia

  2. Panagiotopoulou P., Kondarides D.I., Verykios X.E.
    PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN BY PHOTOCATALYTIC REFORMING OF BIOMASS COMPONENTS AND DERIVATIVES IN AQUEOUS Pt/TiO2 SUSPENSIONS
    University of Patras (Patras), Greece

  1. Kuznetsov B.N.1,2, Shchipko M.L.1
    THERMAL CONVERSIONS OF WOOD SAWDUST TO GASEOUS FUELS IN A FLUIDIZED CATALYTIC BED

    1Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology of SB RAS (Krasnoyarsk), Russia
    2Siberian Federal University (Krasnoyarsk), Russia

  2. Kuznetsova S.A.1,2, Kuznetsov B.N.1,2, Danilov V.G.1, Petrov A.V.1
    STUDY OF PRODUCTS OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC RAW MATERIALS CATALYTIC OXIDATION BY HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
    1Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology of SB RAS (Krasnoyarsk), Russia
    ^ 2Siberian Federal University (Krasnoyarsk), Russia

  3. Malyshev V.V.1, Kushkhov K.B.2, Gab A.I.3
    PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF TUNGSTEN CARBIDE POWDERS PREPARED FROM IONIC MELTS
    1V.I. Vernadsky Institute on General & Inorganic Chemistry of NASU (Kiev), Ukraine
    2^ Kabardino-Balkar State University (Nalchik), Russia
    3National Technical University of Ukraine (KPI) (Kiev), Ukraine

  1. Vishnetskaya M.V., Vahrushin P.A., Matrosova O.V., Rufov J.N.
    LOW-TEMPERATURE OXIDATION OF ORGANICS BY SINGLET OXYGEN
    I.M. Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (Moscow), Russia

  2. Michman M.
    SOLAR ACTIVATION AND ELECTROCHEMICAL REACTION CATALYSIS
    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Jerusalem), Israel

  1. Narbekova T.N.1, Krushenko G.G.2
    THE PROCESSING OF ANTHROPOGENIC RAW MATERIAL FOR EXTRACTION THE NON-FERROUS AND NOBLE METALS
    1Norilsk Industrial Institute (Norilsk), Russia
    2^ Institute Computational Modeling SB RAS (Krasnoyarsk), Russia

  2. Nikolskaya A.B.1, Efremenko E.N.1,2, Varfolomeev S.D.1,2
    FERMENTATION PROCESSES OF FREE AND IMMOBILIZED CELLS OF CLOSTRIDIUM ACETOBUTYLICUM ON DIFFERENT MEDIA
    1Institute of Biochemical Physics RAS (Moscow), Russia
    2^ M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow), Russia

  3. Oliva C., Scavini M., Rossetti I., Cappelli S., Allieta M., Sironi B., Buchneva O., Forni L.
    La1-XMXMNO3 PEROVSKITE-LIKE CATALYSTS FOR METHANE FLAMELESS COMBUSTION: XRPD-RIETVELD AND EPR CHARACTERIZATION

    University of Milan (Milan), Italy

  1. Ordomsky V.V., Sushkevich V.L., Ivanova I.I.
    CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF ETHANOL INTO BUTADIENE
    M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow), Russia

  2. Piriev N.N., Ahmedova R.G., Babayeva F.A., Rustamov M.I.
    OBTAINING OF SYNTHETIC FUEL FROM METHANOL
    Institute of Petrochemical Processes NAS of Azerbaijan (Baku), Azerbaijan

  3. Potapova S.N., Mikhailova Y.V., Svidersky S.A., Loginova A.N.
    EFFECT OF REDUCTION CONDITIONS OF 20%Co/(Hβ +50%Al) CATALYST ON THE CATALYST PROPERTIES IN HYDROCARBON SYNTHESIS FROM CO AND H2
    United Research and Development Centre (Moscow), Russia

  4. Povarnitsyna T.V., Popova N.R., Bogolitsyn K.G., Beloglazova A.L.,
    Varakin E.A.
    CATALYTIC OXIDATION OF MODEL LIGNIN COMPOUNDS IN ACIDIC MEDIUM
    ^ Arkhangelsk State Technical University (Arkhangelsk), Russia

  1. Raspolli Galletti A.1, Bonari E.2, Antonetti C.1, De Luise V.1,
    Martinelli M.1, Nassi N.2
    ACID-CATALYZED CONVERSION OF MISCANTHUS AND GIANT REED INTO CHEMICALS
    1Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry,University of Pisa (Pisa), Italy
    2Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (Pisa), Italy

  2. Romanova A.1, Khanikyan V.L.2, Kustov A.1, Sapunov V.1
    INVESTIGATION OF NEW WAYS OF BIODIESEL PRODUCTION
    1D.I. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia (Moscow), Russia
    2A.N.Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds RAS (Moscow), Russia

  3. Romanova A., Shvets V., Suchkov Y., Korneev I.
    PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF BIOFUEL BY DECARBOXYLATION OF NATURAL CARBOXYLIC ACIDS
    D.I. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia (Moscow), Russia

  1. San Jose M., Alvarez S., López L.B., García I.
    CATALYTIC COMBUSTION OF WOOD CHIPS IN CONICAL SPOUTED BED

    Departamento de Ingeniería Química. Universidad del País Vasco (Bilbao), Spain

  2. Pereira M.M.1, Santos M.R.L.1, Santos L.T.2, Ocampo F.3, Louis B.3
    ZEOLITE COATINGS ON SUGAR CANE BAGASSE: A WAY TO ACHIEVE ENHANCED SELECTIVITY IN ACID CATALYSIS?
    1Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
    2^ National Agency of Petroleum (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
    3University of Strasbourg (Strasbourg), France

  3. Schlittler L.A.F.S., Gomes E.B., Antunes A.M.S., Junior N.P.
    USE OF PATENT APPLICATIONS AS TECHNOLOGICAL INDICATORS ON THE ETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS IN BRAZIL
    Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil

  4. Shikina N.V.1, Ismagilov Z.1, Andrievskaya I.P.1, Rudina N.A.1, Mansurov Z.A.2, Biisenbaev M.A.2, Zhandosov Zh.M.2
    PREPARATION OF ADVANCED ADSORBENTS AND CATALYST SUPPORTS BY PROCESSING OF RICE HUSK
    1Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia
    2Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Almaty), Kazakhstan

  1. ^ Maximov A.L., Shlyakhtitsev D.S., Nekhaev A.I.
    PRODUCTION OF KETAL OF GLYCERIN – POTENTIAL MOTOR FUEL WITH HIGH ANTIKNOCK PROPERTIES
    A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis RAS (Moscow), Russia

  2. Deliy I.1, Ravasio N.2, Psaro R.2, Simakova I.L.1,
    HYDROGENATION OF CIS- METHYL OLEATE OVER PLATINUM GROUP METALS: CIS-TRANS ISOMERIZATION IMPACT
    1Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Russia
    2^ ISTM-CNR (Milano), Italy

  3. Skorb E.V.1, Andreeva D.V.2
    CAVITATION ASSISTED DESIGH OF CATALYSTS
    1Belarusian State University (Minsk), Belarus
    2 University of Bayreuth (Bayreuth), Germany

  4. Skorpluk A., Lavrenov A., Chumachenko Y., Drozdov V.,
    Trenichin M., Gulyaeva T., Arbuzov A., Kudrya E., Leontieva N.
    HYDROCONVERSION OF VEGETABLE OILS INTO HYDROCARBON-BASED BIODIESEL OVER NONSULFIDED CATALYSTS: APPLICATION OF SUPPORTED MOLYBDENUM CARBIDE
    ^ Institute of Hydrocarbons Processing of SB RAS (Omsk), Russia

  5. Bungay V.1, Song B.1, Kim S.2, Sohn J.3, Kim Y.4, Kim G.4, Park S.R.4
    KINETICS OF CATALYTIC GASIFICATION OF LIGNITE WITH CARBON DIOXIDE BY THERMOGRAVIMETRY
    1Kunsan National University (Gunsan), Korea
    2^ Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Daejeon), Korea
    3Chonbuk National University (Jeonju), Korea
    4SK Energy Institute of Technology (Daejeon), Korea

  6. Souza M.O.1, Pereira M.M.1, Santos M.R.L.1, Santos L.T.2,
    Cunha J.A.
    1, Valente L.M.1
    EFFECT OF RESIDENCE TIME OF THE ACIDIC AND BASIC HYDROLYSIS OF THE SUGARCANE BAGASSE ON THE FEEDSTOCK AND PYROLYSIS DERIVATIVE BIO-OIL PROFILES
    1^ Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
    2National Agency of Petroleum (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil

  1. Uvarov V.I., Borovinskaya I.P., Malevannaya I.G.
    CERAMIC MEMBRANES IN THE PROCESSES OF VAPOR CONVERSION OF ETHANOL AND ACETIC ACID AS THE MAIN PRODUCTS OF BIOMASS FERMENTATION
    ^ Institute of Structural Macrokinetics and Materials Science RAS (Chernogolovka), Russia

  2. Valente A.A.1, Lima S.1, Antunes M.M.1, Neves P.1, Pillinger M.1, Ignatyev N.2
    CONVERSION OF SACCHARIDES INTO FURANIC ALDEHYDES USING 1-ETHYL-3-METHYLIMIDAZOLIUM HYDROGEN SULFATE
    1CICECO, Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro (Aveiro), Portugal
    2PC-RL, Ionic Liquids Research Laboratory, Merck KGaA (Darmstadt), Germany

  3. Vialich E.A., Ilarionov S.A., Degtev M.I., Maksimov A.S.
    EXTRACTION OF HUMIC ACIDS FROM ACTIVATED SLUDGE

    Perm State University (Perm), Russia

  4. Menshikov S.Y.1,Vurasko A.V.2, Driker B.N.2, Mikushina Y.V.1, Eryomin D.V.1
    THE EFFECT OF IMPURITIES ON THE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF АNTRAQUINONE IN THE PROCESS OF DELIGNIFICATION
    1Institute of Organic Synthesis UR RAS (Ekaterinburg), Russia
    2Ural State Forest Engineering University (Ekaterinburg), Russia

  1. Zhong Z., Duan S., Jie C.
    STEAM REFORMING OF BIOMASS-DERIVED GLYCEROL AND ETHANOL FOR H2 PRODUCTION

    Institute Of Chemical and Engineering Sciences (Jurong Island), Singapore



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