University of Washington | Rome Center Piazza del Biscione 95 | Rome, Italy
Utilization of New Processing Concepts to Support the Demand for Sustainable Materials in a Circular Economy, often enabled by Exploring New Reaction Routes for Continuous Flow Processing Aided by Real-Time Monitoring Technology
Overview and Workshop Theme: A key enabler of the move to a Circular Economy will be process intensification which offers much more efficient processing for the sustainable production of lower volume distributed waste streams to generate a broad range of new platform chemicals including a growing list of biomass mass derived molecules.
Using new chemistries and catalysts these new starting materials including nanomaterials are being converted to a range of new composites and materials with advanced properties. The 2021 Rome meeting will build on this theme of sustainable production and will focus on next generation materials.
Dr. Viacheslav Artyushenko, the President of "art photonics" GmbH will have a talk on "Fiber Spectroscopy Tools to Use in PAT Applications" on 21st March.