International Summer School "Power to X: Fundamentals and Applications of Modern Electrosynthesis"

Programme

Titles of the talks

Rohan Akolkar (Case Western Reserve University, US)

High Temperature Molten Salt Electrolysis for Energy-Efficient Industrial-Scale Production and Recycling of Metals

Thomas Wirth (University of Cardiff, UK)

Flow Synthesis - Advantages for Electrochemistry

Javier Pérez-Ramírez (ETHZ, Switzerland)

Catalysis Engineering for Sustainable Technologies

Soma Vesztergom (University of Budapest, Hungary)

The fundamentals of electrochemical instrumentation

Siegfried Waldvogel (University of Mainz, Germany)

Electrifying Organic Synthesis

Hans Geerlings (Shell Technology Centre, Netherlands)

The role of electrochemical conversions in large scale synthesis of Solar Fuels

Yang Shao-Horn (MIT, USA)

Electrocatalysts for Water Electrolysis

Ib Chorkendorff (DTU, Denmark)

A Surface Science approach to electrocatalysis: Extended surfaces and nanoparticles

Simon Thiele (University of Erlangen, Germany)

Membrane, electrode and membrane electrode assembly in polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolysis – influence of manufacturing on performance relevant parameters

Günter Schmid (Siemens, Germany)

Technical photosynthesis employing single step electrochemical reduction of CO2

Daniel Egger (Climeworks, Switzerland)

CO2 capture from air: a breakthrough sustainable carbon source for synthetic fuels