Plenary & Keynote Lectures

Plenary Lectures
Prof. Detlef W. BAHNEMANN pdf – Leibniz University Hannover & Saint Petersburg State University
Charge Carriers in Commercial Photocatalysts: Fractal Kinetics and „Inert“ Additives
Prof. James R. DURRANT pdf – Imperial College London & Swansea Uni, UK
Charge carrier dynamics in photocatalysts and photoelectrodes for solar driven fuel synthesis
Prof. Prashant V. KAMAT pdf– University of Notre Dame, USA
Semiconductor Nanostructures for Light Energy Conversion. From Photocatalysis to Photovoltaics
Prof. Bunsho OHTANI pdf – Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University, Japan
Design of Heterogeneous Photocatalysis Based on Energy-Resolved Distribution of Electron Traps: Novel Approach Beyond the Band-Structure Model
Prof. Frank E. OSTERLOH pdf – Department of Chemistry, University of California, Davis, USA
Aliovalent Doping of Metal Oxide Photocatalysts for Solar Fuel Applications
Prof. Gianfranco PACCHIONI pdf – University of Milano – Bicocca, Italy
Improving the Activity of Metal Oxides in Photocatalysis via Doping and Heterostructures: a Theoretical Perspective

Castello Sforzesco


Keynote Lectures
Prof. Radim BERÁNEK pdf – Institute of Electrochemistry, Ulm University, Germany
Coupling of light absorbers with catalysts for enhanced photo(electro)catalysis
Prof. Sixto GIMENEZ pdf – Universitat Jaume I, Castelló, Spain
Unraveling carrier dynamics on photoelectrochemical water splitting with metal oxide semiconductors
Dr. Stefano LIVRAGHI pdf – Department of Chemistry, Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
Role of paramagnetic defects and charge carriers evolution in pure and modified semiconducting oxides
Prof. Wojciech MACYK pdf – Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland
Merging catalysis with photocatalysis - how can we profit from this combination?
Dr. Hab. Hynd REMITA pdf – Laboratoire de Chimie Physique, Université Paris-Sud, France
Conjugated Polymer Nanostructures for Photocatalysis under Visible-Light
Prof. Kevin SIVULA pdf – École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Materials for Robust, Inexpensive and High Performance Photoelectrochemical Fuel Production

Galleria V. Emanuele


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