Symposium "Carbon Materials for Sustainable Applications - Perspectives in PhotoElectroCatalysis"

The DIACAT Consortium invites interested persons to their public Symposium “Carbon Materials for Sustainable Applications - Perspectives in PhotoElectroCatlysis”. Presentations will be held by speakers from all over the world who will share their expertise in the fields of synthesis, characterization and catalytic applications of diamond and related materials.

Another highlight of the Symposium will be a podium discussion on the perspectives of carbon materials for sustainable applications. A panel of scientists, technology experts and politics will share their views and discuss perspectives.


Confirmed Speakers

Prof. Paula E. Colavita, Trinity college Dublin, University of Dublin, Ireland
Prof. John Foord, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Prof. Hermenegildo Garcia, Institute of Chemical Technology, Technical University of Valencia, Spain
Prof. Ken Haenen, Hasselt University, Belgium
Prof. Robert J. Hamers, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Dr. Boyan Iliev, Iolitec GmbH, Germany
Dr. Peter Knittel, Fraunhofer IAF, Institute for Applied Solid State Physics, Germany
Prof. Anke Krueger, Institute for Organic Chemistry, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany
Prof. Karin Larsson, Uppsala University, Sweden
Dr. Tristan Petit, Institute Nanospectroscopy, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie, Germany
Dr. Cécile Sicard-Roselli, Université Paris-Sud, France
Dr. Nianjun Yang, Institute of Materials Engineering, University of Siegen, Germany


Symposium Date:

21st November 2019, 12:00

until 22nd Novermber 2019, 16:30


Symposium Venue:

Auditorium of the Graduate School, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg


If you want to participate at the DIACAT Symposium, please register undefinedhere.

Your participation is free of charge.


Symposium Flyer

 Please find undefinedhere the official invitation flyer for the DIACAT Symposium.


































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