Gallery of Speakers

The complete programme is available here.


Dr. Christina Roggatz

From Threat to Action: Understanding the Challenges of Climate Change and Pollution to develop Solutions

Christina C. Roggatz, Dynamic Ecological Chemistry, University of Bremen

Maria von Einem

Pollutants @ Surfaces: New Insights into the Adsorption and Degradation of Selected Wastewater Pollutants on TiO2

Maria von Einem, Hybrid Materials Interfaces, University of Bremen

Suelen Barg

Building 3D architectures from 2D Materials

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Suelen Barg, Institute of Materials Resource Management (MRM), University of Augsburg.

Michaela Wilhelm

Multifunctional SiOC ceramics for material recovery

Dr. Michaela Wilhelm, Polymer-derived Ceramics, University of Bremen.

Kevin Kehlmann

How Computational Fluid Dynamics can be used to understand and optimize catalytic reactors

Kevin Kuhlmann, Chemical Process Engineering, University of Bremen.


Fabio Pietrucc

Atomic-scale computer simulations of carbon and heavy metal capture in water solutions

Fabio Pietrucci, IMPMC, Sorbonne Université

Tim Thiedemann

Carbon Capture Technologies in Industry:Applications, Utilization and Storage

Tim Thiedemann, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg

Prof. Dr. Andreas Hartwig

Carbon dioxide – useful feedstock for adhesives?!

Prof. Dr.Andreas Hartwig, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials (IFAM), Bremen 

Michael Fuhr

Benthic dunite and calcite weathering as a method for ocean alkalinity enhancement

Michael Fuhr, Geochemistry, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

Maura Mancinelli

Exploring the Potential of Zeolites for Sustainable Water Management

Maura Mancinelli, Department of Physics and Earth Sciences, University of Ferrara, Italy

Michael Fischer (University of Bremen)

Atomistic modelling of organic contaminant adsorption in zeolites – Possibilities and challenges

Michael Fischer, Crystalline Microporous Materials, University of Bremen

Ana Luiza Silveira Fiates

Silica aerogel synthesis in microfluidic chips for biological and catalytic applications

Ana Luiza Silveira  Fiates, Institute for microsensors, -actuators, and -systems (IMSAS), University of Bremen


Environmental sensing with semiconductor nanostructures

Martin Eickhoff, Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Bremen.

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