NPM-4

Topics to be covered

This international conference is designed to bring together interested professionals from universities, research institutions and industry to exchange information, views, experiences and perspectives. It presents the most current findings generated at the laboratories of universities and research institutions, as well as in the field by the practitioners. Abstracts are being solicited in the following areas:

1. New Photocatalytic Materials

  • 1-1 Novel aspects of catalyst preparation, doping and co-doping
  • 1-2 Broadening the spectral range of TiO2: Visible-light active TiO2 catalyst
  • 1-3 TiO2-sorbent combination (TiO2/Carbon, TiO2/Cement, etc)
  • 1-4 Novel synthetic methodology for the preparation of nanostructured photocatalysts
  • 1-5 Novel photocatalytic materials, such as metal-free photocatalysts (i.e., g-C3N4), plasmonic photocatalysts, TiO2 based materials, TiO2 composites with carbon based materials (carbon nanotube, graphene, fullerene…)
  • 1-6 Perovskites
  • 1-7 Novel supports for photocatalysis
  • 1-8 Characterization

2. Advances in Photocatalysts

  • 2-1 Water treatment
  • 2-2 Air treatment
  • 2-3 Indoor air purification
  • 2-4 Disinfection and medical applications

3. Fundamental Investigations

  • 3-1 Mechanistic Studies
  • 3-2 Engineering and modeling
  • 3-3 Anti-corrosion effects
  • 3-4 Photocatalytic lithography
  • 3-5 Lateral and remote oxidation
  • 3-6 Microchemical systems
  • 3-7 Process Integration
  • 3-8 Photoefficiencies – definitions, values and misconceptions

4. Advances in Applications of Photocatalysis

  • 4-1 Solar applications
  • 4-2 Hydrogen production from water splitting
  • 4-3 Dye sensitized solar cells
  • 4-4 Fuel Cells
  • 4-5 Clean photocatalytic chemical processes
  • 4-6 TiO2-based sunscreens
  • 4-7 Biomedical surface applications

5. Technological and Commercial Issues

  • 5-1 Standardization in academic research and for commercial products
  • 5-2 Technology transfer
  • 5-3 Integration of photocatalysis with other technologies
  • 5-4 Toxicology of nanomaterials
  • 5-5 Intellectual property, patents
  • 5-6 The management and economy of TiO2 photocatalytic processes

 

PAOT-5

Topics to be covered

This international conference is designed to bring together interested professionals from universities, research institutions and industry to exchange information, views, experience and perspectives. It presents the most current findings generated at the laboratories of universities and research institutions, as well as in the field by the practitioners. Abstracts are being solicited in the following areas:

1. Advances in TiO2 Photocatalysts

  • 1-1 Water treatment
  • 1-2 Air treatment
  • 1-3 Indoor air purification
  • 1-4 Disinfection and medical applications

2. Development of Materials and Nanomaterials

  • 2-1 Novel aspects of catalyst preparation, doping and co-doping
  • 2-2 Broadening the spectral range of TiO2: Visible-light active TiO2 catalyst
  • 2-3 TiO2-sorbent combinations (TiO2/Carbon, TiO2/Cement, etc)
  • 2-4 Novel supports for photocatalysis
  • 2-5 Self-cleaning surfaces and coatings
  • 2-6 Catalyst deactivation and regeneration
  • 2-7 Characterization

3. Fundamental Investigations

  • 3-1 Mechanistic Studies
  • 3-2 Engineering and modeling
  • 3-3 Anti-corrosion effects
  • 3-4 Photocatalytic lithography
  • 3-5 Lateral and remote oxidation
  • 3-6 Microchemical systems
  • 3-7 Process Integration
  • 3-8 Photoefficiencies – definitions, values and misconceptions

4. Advances in Applications of TiO2 Photocatalysis

  • 4-1 Solar applications
  • 4-2 Hydrogen production from water splitting
  • 4-3 Dye sensitized solar cells
  • 4-4 Fuel Cells
  • 4-5 Clean photocatalytic chemical processes
  • 4-5 TiO2-based sunscreens
  • 4-6 Biomedical surface applications

5. Technological and Commercial Issues

  • 5-1 Standardization in academic research and for commercial products
  • 5-2 Technology transfer
  • 5-3 Integration of photocatalysis with other technologies
  • 5-4 Toxicology of nanomaterials
  • 5-5 Intellectual property, patents
  • 5-6 The management and economy of TiO2 photocatalytic processes

6. Chemical Oxidation:

  • 6-1 Ozone
  • 6-2 H2O2
  • 6-3 Dark Fenton
  • 6-4 Permanganate
  • 6-5 Persulfate

7. UV-Oxidation:

  • 7-1 UV/H2O2
  • 7-2 Vacuum UV
  • 7-3 Photo-Fenton
  • 7-4 Other Photochemical Processes

8. Electron Beam & Gamma Irradiation

9. Non-Thermal Plasma Technologies

10. Catalytic Oxidation and Reduction Technologies

11. Electrochemical Oxidation and Reduction Technologies

12. Supercritical and Subcritical Water Oxidation

13. Electrohydraulic Discharge Technologies

14. UV – Disinfection

15. Chemical Disinfection

16. Biological Oxidation and Reduction Processes

17. In-Situ Chemical Oxidation

18. Integration of AOTs with Biological Processes