Starting time 21.07.2024 22.07.2024 23.07.2024

Oliver Kröcher

Emission abatement for future renewable fuels

Heike Többen

A Journey Through the Evolution of Mobile Exhaust Technology – a Story to be Continued?

09:45   Break Break

Dirk Naber

Overview of future emission legislation for i.c. engine based drivetraines with a focus on EURO7 legislation

Henrik Grönbeck

NH3-SCR over Cu-CHA from First Principles


Gunter Hagen

Sensors in Biomass Combustion Exhaust

Patrick Lott

Dynamic operation of Pd-based methane total oxidation catalysts for improved low-temperature activity and water tolerance

Vasyl Marchuk

The Role of Platinum Surface Species in Selective Ammonia Oxidation to Nitrogen

Daniel Eisenbeil

Exhaust After Treatment of Oxymethylene Ether (OME) Fueld Vehicles

René Eickenhorst

Identification of field-relevant three-way catalyst aging mechanisms and transfer into a synthetic aging process

Silvia Gross

Exploring the experimental parameters space to pursue control on composition, structure and morphology of metal nanoparticles supported on oxides for gas exhaust abatement

11:45   Lunch Lunch
12:30 Check-In/Registration    


Sara Colussi

Emission control and mechanochemistry: a joint venture for sustainable catalysis

Kirill A. Lomachenko

SO2 poisoning of Cu-CHA in NH3-SCR: insights from X-ray absorption spectroscopy


Yongdan Li

NO direct decomposition: An ideal route to eliminate NO from flue gas

Shao Jieling

Novel catalysts expanding the temperature range for NO selective catalytic reduction by H2


Claudio Ferroni

Structured catalytic reactors based on optimized lattice supports as an innovative solution for emission control

Final discussion and goodbye

Visit of the emission control center Karlsruhe



Poster session and coffee break


Jan-Dierk Grunwaldt

Emission Control: The present and the future


Alessandra Beretta & Gianpiero Groppi

From classical to spatially resolved kinetic studies for future emission control


Davide Ferri

Fe-exchanged zeolites for simultaneous conversion of N2O and NO using selective catalytic reduction by NH3

Andres Felipe Suarez Corredor

NH3 Adsorption in an SCR: Improved mass transfer and Redox cycle modelling using a data-driven framework

Simon Barth

Challenges of secondary emissions during SCR of alternative fuel engines

18:15 Get together and Dinner Conference Dinner  
20:00 End of Day 1 End of Day 2