25. April 2019: CRC Colloquium – Prof. Jean-Marie Basset

Prof. Basset from the  King Abdullah University of Science and Technology will talk within the colloquium series of the CRC 1333. Thursday, 25. April 2019,  Lecture Hall 55.02, 2:00 – 3:00 pm, Pfaffenwaldring 55, 70569 Stuttgart Topic:“Catalysis by design, predictive approach of heterogeneous catalysis”  Professor Basset, who has authored more than 450 scientific papers and … Read more

27. June 2019: CRC Colloquium – Prof. Karsten Reuter

Prof. Reuter from the Technical University of Munich will talk within the colloquium series of the CRC 1333. Thursday , 27. June 2019, 2:00 – 3:00 pm Lecture Hall 55.02, Pfaffenwaldring 55, 70569 Stuttgart Topic: „Multiscale Theory for Operando Energy Conversion Systems“ Karsten Reuter is Professor of  Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Munich. His … Read more

Grand opening of the CRC 1333 scientific colloquium series

Renowned speakers from catalysis and simulation sciences presented their work at the Opening Colloquium of CRC 1333 on 22. October 2018 at the University of Stuttgart. After an opening address by Prof. Dr.-Ing Wolfram Ressel, rector of the University of Stuttgart, the spokesperson of the CRC 1333, Prof. Michael R. Buchmeiser shortly presented the CRC´s … Read more

15. January 2019: Dr. Christoph Freysoldt

Dr. Freysoldt from the MPI für Eisenforschung in Düsseldorf will talk within the colloquium series of the Institute of Theoretical Chemistry. Tuesday , 15. January 2019, 4:00 p.m. Place: TBA Field evaporation from a density functional theory perspective The lecture is of special interest for this CRC as Dr. Freysoldt´s research deals with the simulation … Read more

17. January 2019: CRC Colloquium – Prof. Moniek Tromp

Prof. Tromp from the University of Groningen and the Zernike Institute of Advanced Materials will talk within the colloquium series of the CRC 1333. Thursday , 17. Januar 2019, 01:15 p.m. Lecture Hall 55.02, Pfaffenwaldring 55, 70569 Stuttgart Topic: Probing Active Species in Catalysis – Application of Advanced X-ray Techniques Moniek Tromp is Professor of Materials … Read more