ChemCatBio hosts free webinars throughout the year. Advanced registration is required to receive a URL to view the webinars online. Find information about future and previous webinars below.
Accelerating the Catalyst Development Cycle: Integrating Predictive Computational Modeling, Tailored Materials Synthesis, and in situ Characterization Capabilities through the ChemCatBio Consortium
Wednesday, June 27 | 12 –12:45 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time
Join ChemCatBio principal investigators Susan Habas, Kinga Unocic, and Theodore Krause as they highlight transition metal carbides as a class of materials that has the potential to meet the advanced catalyst goals of low cost and superior performance under severe conditions. They will demonstrate how the integration of predictive computational modeling, tailored materials synthesis, and in situ characterization capabilities within the ChemCatBio Consortium is accelerating the development of these complex but promising catalysts. Get more information and register now.
Tutorial: Using the Catalyst Cost Estimation Tool in Synthesis and Scale-Up Research
Coming in Q3 2018
Simulation and Modeling of Bioenergy Conversion from the Atomic to Process Scales
Coming in Q4 2018
Technology Options for Catalytically Upgrading Biochemically Derived Intermediates from Lignocellulosic Biomass Feedstocks to Advanced Biofuels and Chemical Co-Products
Coming in Q1 2019
Linking Catalyst and Process Development with Techno-Economic Analysis in the Conversion of Biomass to High-Octane Gasoline
March 7, 2018
In this webinar, Dan Ruddy of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory discussed how techno-economic analysis of the conversion of biomass-derived synthesis gas into hydrocarbons can be used to direct catalyst development research to target specific performance advancements, and similarly, how performance improvements affect the resulting economic viability of the process. View the recording and download the presentation slides.
Overview of the Chemical Catalysis for Bioenergy Consortium: Enabling Production of Biofuels and Bioproducts through Catalysis
December 6, 2017
In this webinar, Josh Schaidle of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory provided an overview of the ChemCatBio consortium, highlighted recent advancements in production of biofuels and bioproducts enabled by the consortium, and discussed opportunities for engaging with ChemCatBio. View the recording and download the presentation slides.