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                        CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Sunday, March 2, 2003

14.00-21.00         Arrival and registration.

19.00-19.10         B. M. Weckhuysen (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
                    Welcome address
19.10-20.00    I1   Opening lecture
                    J. A. Lercher (Technical University Munich, Germany)
                    In situ spectroscopy- status and attempt of a roadmap
20.00-22.00         Reception


Monday, March 3, 2003

09.00-09.50    I2   I. E. Wachs (Lehigh University, USA).
                    In situ Raman spectroscopy of catalysts: past, present and
                    future
09.50-10.40    I3   F. Thibault-Starzyk (ISMR-Caen, France)
                    Operando infrared spectroscopy in heterogeneous catalysis-
                    from surface characterization to the identification of adsorbed
                    intermediate species –
10.40-11.10         Coffee break

11.10-11.40    O1   G.M. Hamminga (Delft University of Technology, The
                    Netherlands)
                    Real-time in situ FTIR analysis of the liquid phase
                    hydrogenation of maleic anhydride over Ni-/Cu-Zn catalysts
11.40-12.10    O2   J. McQuillan (University of Otago, New Zealand)
                    In situ ATR-IR spectroscopy of adsorption and photocatalysis
                    on TiO2 thin films
12.10-12.40    O3   T. Burgi (ETH-Zurich, Switzerland)
                    In situ ATR-IR of catalytic solid-liquid interfaces
12.40-13.30         Lunch

13.30-15.00         Poster session and exhibition

15.00-15.30    O4   M. Daturi (ISMR-Caen, France)
                    Studying the NOx-trap mechanism over a Pt Rh/Ba/Al2O3
                    catalyst by in situ FT-IR spectroscopy
15.30-16.00    O5   E. Finocchio (University of Genova, Italy)
                    FT-IR studies of CO/H2 reactivity on cobalt/alumina Fischer
                    Tropsch catalyst
16.00-16.30    O6   V. Dal Santo (ISTM-CNR-Milano, Italy)
                    Fast transient DRIFTS studies in material science: designing a
                    low dead-volume, high temperature reaction cell
16.30-17.00         Coffee break
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17.00-17.30    O7    K. Kervinen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
                     In situ ATR-IR-spectroscopic study of the mechanism of
                     veratryl alcohol oxidation catalyzed by Co(salen) complexes in
                     aqueous solution
17.30-18.00    O8    S. C. Cruz (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
                     Kinetic and mechanistic studies on the Heck reaction using on
                     line spectroscopy
19.00                Dinner


Tuesday, March 4, 2003

09.00-09.50    I4    A. Brückner (Institut für Angewandte Chemie-Berlin,Germany)
                     Monitoring transition metal ions in oxide catalysts during
                     (re)action: the power of operando EPR
09.50-10.40    I5    M. Hunger (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
                     Recent applications of in situ NMR spectroscopy in
                     heterogeneous catalysis
10.40-11.10          Coffee break

11.10-11.40    O9    R.M. Rasmussen (Technical University of Denmark-Lyngby,
                     Denmark)
                     In-situ and ex-situ EPR spectroscopic investigations of
                     potassium deactivation of SCR catalysts
11.40-12.10    O10   A. Gedeon (Université Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris, France)
                     Hyperpolarised 129Xe NMR for probing porosity of
                     mesoporous silica and supported mesoporous silica thin films
12.10-12.40    O11   J. A. Anderson (University of Dundee, UK)
                     Use of in-situ IR and XAFS to monitor NOx storage and
                     reduction catalysts during reaction
12.40-13.30          Lunch

13.30-15.00          Poster session and exhibition

15.00-15.30    O12   G. Mul (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
                     Rapid scan IR studies of the interaction of nitrogen oxides with
                     Fe-containing zeolites
15.30-16.00    O13   C. Lamberti (University of Torino, Italy)
                     Resonant Raman effects in TS-1: the structure of Ti(IV)
                     species and the reactivity towards H2O2: an in situ study
16.00-16.30    O14   C. Li (Chinese Academy of Sciences-Dalian, China)
                     In-situ characterization of isolated transition metal
                     ions/oxides in molecular sieves and on oxide supports by UV
                     resonance Raman Spectroscopy
16.30-17.00          Coffee break

17.00-17.30    O15   O. Demoulin (Louvain University, Belgium)
                     Investigating the behavior of Pd/Al2O3 catalysts in the
                     combustion of methane by operando Raman spectroscopy
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17.30-18.00    O16   M.O. Guerrero-Perez (Instituto de Catalisis y Petroleoquimica-
                     Madrid, Spain)
                     Dynamic states of alumina supported Sb-V-O catalysts during
                     propane ammoxidation with operando Raman-GC studies

19.00                Dinner

Wednesday, March 5, 2003

09.00-09.50    I6    P. Weider (Shell Chemical LP-Houston, USA)
                     Examination of the hydroformylation of ethylene oxide by in
                     situ IR and the development of a commercial route to 1,3
                     propanediol
09.50-10.40    I7    P.L. Hansen (Haldor Topsøe, Denmark)
                     In situ TEM of supported metal catalysts
10.40-11.10          Coffee break

11.10-11.40    O17   H. Bluhm (Fritz-Haber-Institut-Berlin, Germany)
                     In situ XPS investigation of the methanol oxidation over copper
11.40-12.10    O18   M.W.J.Crajé (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
                     In situ Mossbauer spectroscopy under real industrial conditions
12.10-12.40    O19   G.L. Schrader (National Science Foundation-Arlington, USA)
                     Mechanistic insights into selective oxidation catalysis over
                     reducible metal oxides using in situ laser Raman and FT-IR
                     spectroscopic techniques
12.40-13.30          Lunch

13.30-15.00          Poster session and exhibition

15.00-15.30    O20   G. Rupprechter (Fritz-Haber-Institut-Berlin, Germany)
                     Probing nanoparticle model catalysts by vibrational sum
                     frequency generation spectroscopy: an in-situ study from
                     UHV to atmospheric pressure
15.30-16.00    O21   M. Hävecker (Fritz-Haber-Institut-Berlin, Germany)
                     The nature of the active surface of a vanadyl pyrophosphate
                     catalyst studied during n-butane oxidation to maleic anhydride
16.00-16.30    O22   H. Oosterbeek (Shell Research-Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
                     A combined in situ PM-RAIRS, STM and kinetic study of
                     single-crystal cobalt and Co/SiO2 catalysts under synthesis
                     gas at pressures up to 300 mbar
16.30-17.00          Coffee break

17.00-17.30    O23   M. Liauw (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
                     Monitoring V-containing catalysts during concentration cycling
                     in microreactors
17.30-18.00    O24   M. H. Groothaert (Louvain University, Belgium)
                     Bis(-oxo)dicopper as intermediate in the catalytic
                     decomposition of NO
19.00                Conference Dinner
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Thursday, March 6, 2003

09.00-09.30    O25   S.R. Bare (UOP-Des Plaines, USA)
                     In situ XAFS studies of highly dispersed supported Re
                     catalysts
09.30-10.00    O26   J. D. Grunwaldt (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
                     In situ and time resolved EXAFS study in liquid phase
                     combined with catalytic activity: aerobic oxidation of alcohols
                     in an organic solvent
10.00-10.30    O27   A. M. Molenbroek (Haldor Topsøe, Denmark)
                     Steam reforming and graphite formation on supported Ni
                     catalysts


Special program on the occasion of the retirement of Prof. D.C. Koningsberger


10.30-11.15          Coffee break and welcome to external guests

11.15-11.40    O28   M. Tromp (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
                     Development of time-resolved spectroscopic techniques for the
                     in-situ study of homogeneous catalytic systems
11.40-12.05    O29   B. Mojet (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
                     Propane oxidation over basic Y-zeolites - What do we know
                     from FTIR-spectroscopy?
12.05-12.30    O30   J. van Bockhoven (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
                     Structure of aluminium in zeolites at extreme conditions
                     development of in-situ XAFS at the A1 K edge
12.30-14.00          Lunch

14.00-14.50    I8    D.E. Ramaker (The George Washington University, USA)
                     Adsorbed H and O binding site information on Pt surfaces from
                     in-situ PtL23 XANES measurements on a Pt/C electrode, an
                     operating PEM fuel cell, and supported Pt catalysts.
14.50-15.40    I9    R. Prins (ETH, Zürich, Switzerland)
                     Strengths and weaknesses of EXAFS and QEXAFS techniques
                     applied to supported metal sulfides
15.40-16.00          Coffee break

16.00-17.00    I10   D. C. Koningsberger (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
                     20 years of catalysis research with XAFS spectroscopy in
                     operando mode

17.00                Closing session

								
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