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Microsymposium 2021: A great success on-line”


Our annual microsymposium took place on 19 – 20.01.2021on-line”using Zoom and the Breakout rooms functionality for individual poster presentations. During the microsymposium we had 8 impact talks, 37 flash presentations, and 71 posters, with a peak number of connected participants of 182!!!.

The participation of our group through:

  1. Impact talkbyAyesha Khan: Selective Oxidation of 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural to 2,5- Diformylfuran by Visible Light-Driven Photocatalysis over In Situ Substrate-Sensitized Titania”.
  2. Poster with 2-min-flash-presentation by Dimitrios A. Giannakoudakis: Boosting the photoactivity of grafted titania: ultrasound-driven synthesis of a multi-phase heterogeneous nano-architected photocatalyst”.
  3. Poster with 2-min-flash-presentation by Dimitrios A. Giannakoudakis: Supreme and selective capture of one of the most dangerous metal, URANIUM, by phosphonate-functionalized ordered mesoporous silica: surface chemistry matters the most”.
  4. Poster by Dariusz Łomot: When sonochemistry meets heterogeneous photocatalysis”.
  5. Poster by Swaraj R. Pradhan:Selective oxidation of aromatic alcohols in monometallic catalyst coated photomicroreactor”.
  6. Poster by Swaraj R. Pradhan:Ultrasound assisted catalyst deposition in microreactor for the photochemical valorization of biomass derived model compounds”.
  7. Poster by Abdul Qayyum:Sonophotocatalytic selective oxidation of lignin based model molecules to phenolics”.
Microsymposium 2021: A great success "on-line"

Sincere thanks to the IPC-PAS Organizing Committee, and people from our research group. Great and interesting event!!!

Acknowledgements: We are very grateful for the partial support from: a. the National Science Centre in Poland within Sonata Bis project nr 2015/18/E/ST5/ 00306 and OPUS-13 project nr 2017/25/B/ST8/01592, and, b. the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 711859 and from the financial resources for science in the years 2017 – 2021 awarded for the implementation of an international co-financed project.

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