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Presenter Title University
Dr. Maarten Nachtegaal Determining 'true' structure-activity relationships to design better (electro)catalysts PSI
Prof. Raffaella Buonsanti Colloidal chemistry to advance solar-to-chemicals conversion studies EPFL
Prof. Nicola Hüsing
Functional and flexible, porous and monolithic materials by sol-gel processes University of Salzburg


Presenter Title University
Prof. Moniek Tromp The active site in the spotlight! University of Amsterdam
Prof. Martin Trebbin Time-Resolved Structural Investigations using Microfluidics at High-Intensity X-ray Sources: from Nanostructures to Structural Biology University of Hamburg
Dr. Kristina Kvashnina High resolution X-ray spectroscopy for material science applications ESRF, France
Prof. Sven L. M. Schroeder High-Precision Probing of Molecular Structure in Organic Systems with X-ray Core Level Spectroscopies University of Leeds, UK
Dr. Atsushi Urakawa Continuous Catalytic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide to Chemical Fuels and Operando Spectroscopic Investigations Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology
Dr. Matthias Köbel 3D Nanomaterials in applied energy research: aerogel-based materials for energy efficiency, conversion and storage EMPA Dübendorf
Dr. Jakub Szlachetko Electronic structure of matter probed at in-situ conditions by means of X-ray spectroscopy techniques SwissFEL
Prof. Christian Schrör Microscopy with coherent X-rays: crystallography of the non-crystalline DESY, Germany
Prof. Simon Kuhn Control of particle formation in microfluidics University of Leuven, Belgium
Prof. Richard Walton New Hydrothermal Synthesis Routes to Functional Oxides for Energy Applications University of Warwick, UK
Prof. Georg Garnweitner Post-Processing of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles TU Braunschweig, Germany


Presenter Title University
Dr. Pieter Glatzel The puzzle of the missing electrons European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble, France
Prof. Marcin Sikora 1s2p RIXS-MCD – a sensitive tool to probe 3d magnetism with hard X-rays AGH University of Science and Technology, Cracow, Poland
Prof. Eva Campo A Materials Genome Approach to Interfaces and Non-Covalent Bonding Dynamics in Nanocomposites Bangor University & University of Texas, San Antonio, USA
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