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CatLab Lectures

Modern Methods in Heterogeneous Catalysis Research

A series of independent lectures around the classical basics of heterogeneous catalysis, such as adsorption, kinetics, structure and surface analytics and the challenges of thin film technology, such as material development and methods of modern thin film analytics.

Speakers:  Scientists from Fritz-Haber-Institut, Helmholtz-

                  Zentrum Berlin and guest speakers

Where*:     IRIS Adlershof, Zum Großen Windkanal 2, 12489 Berlin,

                   seminar room, 1st floor and online

When:         starting 22.10.21, friday 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Language: English


* Participation on site only possible for recovered, vaccinated or tested people (3G)  

Date Title Speaker
22.10.21 Concepts in heterogeneous catalysis

Beatriz Roldán Cuenya


29.10.21 Synthesis of heterogeneous catalysts

Annette Trunschke


05.11.21 Analysis of the bulk and defect structure of catalysts Malte Behrens (Universität Kiel)
12.11.21 Adsorption

Mie Andersen

(Aarhus University)

19.11.21 Thermal analysis

Andrey Tarasov



Analysis of catalysts with vibrational spectroscopy

Christian Hess

(Uni Darmstadt)

03.12.21 Photoelectron spectroscopy in catalysis research Axel Knop-Gericke (FHI)
10.12.21 Catalyst testing and kinetic analysis

Raimund Horn

(TU Hamburg)


Electron microscopy in heterogeneous catalysis

Thomas Lunkenbein (FHI)
07.01.22 Methods for thin film preparation

Bernd Rech



Properties of thin films and their interfaces as revealed by X-rayspectroscopies

Marcus Bär



Diffraction methods and residual stress analysis of thin layers

Christoph Genzel (HZB)
28.01.22 X-ray microscopy Gerd Schneider (HZB)

Deposition and operando analysis techniques for solar fuels

Roel van de Krol (HZB)
11.02.22 Analysis of thin films by in-situ IR spectroscopy Karsten Hinrichs (ISAS)
18.02.22 Labtour/Seminar