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Dear congress

It is a pleasure to welcome you to CCET-2022, and specifically to the Surface Chemistry Session.  Over the last few decades, surface science has evolved to generate detailed molecular information on chemistry that takes place at solid surface, and with that to enrich our understanding of the chemical processes associated with heterogeneous catalysis.  The Surface Chemistry Session aims to recruit speakers to present the latest advances in this direction.  We hope to cover a variety of issues with focus on the structural details of catalysts as well as on the mechanism of the reactions associated with the main catalytic processes addressed in other sections.

Yours Sincerely
PROF. Francisco Zaera,
University of California, USA

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Dear congress visitors

It is my honor and great pleasure to write a few welcome notes to you. Through centuries people were fascinated with the possibilities of synthesis of new materials with extraordinary properties. New materials are practically needed in all domains of life. Design and synthesis of new materials is one of the most important and interesting part of material sciences. Particularly a synthesis of new active and selective catalysts is a very important challenge. Our main aim concentrates on the new methods of the synthesis of single-site hierarchical porous zeolite catalysts with acid-base and redox properties. Such zeolite catalysts with active sites formed by incorporation of heteroelements in their framework are perspective as catalysts of protection of environment and biofeedstock conversion into valuable chemicals.

Yours Sincerely
Professor Stanislaw Dzwigaj
Sorbonne Universites, France

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Dear attendees

It is a great pleasure to write a short welcome note to emphasize the importance of using precious noble metals as highly active catalysts in most chemical processes. Unfortunately, the high price of the precious noble metals hinders their employment in large-scale catalytic applications. Therefore, achieving high catalytic performance with the lowest possible amount of noble metals is crucial for catalytic applications of precious noble metals. While continuous efforts have been devoted to improve the catalytic activity of non-noble metal catalysts, an immense challenge in the field is the amplification of utilization efficiency and catalytic performance, and thus ultimately lowering the cost of noble metal catalysts. The catalytic activity and stability of the supported metal nanoparticles depend on the particle size, surface area of support, and strength of metal-support interaction. Increasing the lifetime and reusability of nanocatalysts can certainly help in improving the atom efficiency of noble metal catalysts. Therefore, future works will be directed towards achieving this goal.

Yours Sincerely
PROF. DR. Saim Ozkar,
Middle East Technical University, Turkey

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Dear Distinguished Scholars, Engineers and Colleagues

It is my great honour and pleasure as an Organizing Committee Member and Speaker to invite you to join with a contribution the 10th Edition of Global Conference on Catalysis, Chemical Engineering and Technology (CCET 2022), March 28-30, 2022. The Conference will include Keynote speeches, oral and poster presentations which will be given by distinguished Professors, Experts and Scholars from academic institutions, research organizations and industries. Devoted to the rapid development of Catalysis and Chemical Engineering, the conference will bring together distinguished experts, researchers, scientist, scholars, and young students from different cultures and different countries, providing them with the opportunity to report, share, and discuss scientific questions, achievements, in these fields. This conference will provide excellent opportunity to meet distinguished scholars and experts and to exchange new ideas and application experiences, to establish research relations and collaborations for future researches and projects.

As an Organizing Committee Member, I believe that CCET 2022 will be a platform to discuss a broad range of topics related to Catalysis and Chemical Engineering for the academicians, scholars, investigators, Chemical Engineering Researchers, industrialists and associated experts in the field of Catalysis and Chemical Engineering from all over the globe for sharing familiarity, exchanging ideas, collaborate and to showcase their research results about all features of their work and application experiences, to establish research or business relations, and to find global partners for future relationship in the field of Catalysis and Chemical Engineering.

I am pleased to invite prospective authors to submit their original contributions to this important conference, where you are sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars and experts from different cultures and different countries.

Yours Sincerely
DR. Osman Aduguzel,
Firat University, Elazig, Turkey

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Dear visitors of CCET-2022

It is an honor and pleasure to write a few welcome notes. Theoretical chemistry today makes unprecedented progress. My scientific research seeks to propose and explore the use of conceptual approaches and tools defined in the context of the Density Functional Theory (DFT), to rationalize reaction mechanisms of organic and organometallic systems, emphasizing particularly in the elucidation of the electronic rearrangement that takes place in systems elected. One of the main working hypotheses that support my research is constructed in the context of validity of those that support the DFT as well as the perturbative approach to the problem of chemical reactivity. In this context, the different reactive susceptibilities of a system are represented in terms of response functions (global and local) of the energy functional representations versus perturbations (global and local) of the variables that define the representation used.

It is precisely, these indicators that are appropriate for the construction of a framework of theory that makes it possible and establish paradigms equivalent to traditional theories such as the Woodward-Hoffmann rules, but using electronic density response functions. In particular, those descriptors associated with charge transfer (reorganization) processes are generally used to elucidate the nature of the dominant electronic rearrangement in organic reactions and to explore the aromaticity concepts. One of the main challenges in my research group is to develop and propose methodologies to describe the nature of pericyclic reactions.

In order to understand and propose mechanisms of reaction, their considerations of regioselectivity, stereochemistry and reactivity in schemes based on global and local reactivity indices defined in the DFT context. In particular, it is used to propose models of charge transfer that allow explaining the polar or non-polar character of the pericyclic reactions or inorganic and organometallic reactions of general interest. With this in mind, one of the research lines seeks to advance and contribute to the development and exploration of a theory of reactivity based in the DFT framework. The other research challenge is oriented to develop methodologies for molecular quantum similarity using DFT and Drug design using bioinformatics tools.

These studies involve obtaining considerations on steric and electronic effects using sets of molecules to explaining the experimental data. One of the main achievements in this field is to unify the reactivity indices with the quantum molecular similarity indexes considering that both contexts use electronic density as main study systems.

Yours Sincerely
PROF. DR. Alejandro Morales Bayuelo
University of Sinu, Colombia

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Distinguished guests of the congress

It is an honor and a pleasure to write some welcome notes. Chemical Engineering today makes unprecedented progress, for several years with the new methods "Extractive Metallurgy" for faster and more accurate breeding of metal separation processes. This opens up new opportunities to adapt modern processes to climate change, to achieve higher productivity and to introduce intelligent, differentiated methods to work against the pests of inorganic extraction processes. It is no coincidence that most processes in modern extractive metallurgy come from chemical reactions to advanced technological processes, Inorganic processes seemingly incompatible with those trends, open up alternative chemical reaction systems with more respect for technological processes and the environment. The transfer and development of extractive processes are based on chemical processes, it is clear that the two chemical engineering strategies can basically go together. The advancement of inorganic processes and the environment is based on the chemical reactions of the technological process of metal separation.

Yours Sincerely
DR Ahmet Haxhiaj,
University of Mitrovca, Kosovo

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Dear fellow scholars

It is an honor to write a welcome message to CCET 2022. Today's chemical engineering technology has made great strides in how to safely, quickly and economically manufacture various types of specialty compounds. A microreactor is a device that performs a chemical reaction within a tube of 1 mm or less as a microchannel. A microreactor is a continuous flow reactor as opposed to a batch reactor such as flask or tank reactor, which offers many advantages over conventional scale reactors such as energy efficiency, reaction rate and yield, safety, reliability, scalability, on-site/on-demand production, and much finer process control. I wish you may be interested at scale-up production by numbering-up microreactor system made by 3D metal printing technology. In addition, Moderna & Pfizer vaccine are commercialized by microfluidic technology, showing great promise in future biopharmaceutical manufacturing.

Yours Sincerely
PROF. Dong-Pyo Kim
Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea

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Dear

congress visitors, it is an honor and pleasure to write a few welcome notes. Industrial chemical processes rely heavily on catalysis and the desirable future evolution of this industry toward more environmentally benign and energy-efficient processes, simple, cost-effective, high-yield, and scalable products. The better use of raw materials also essentially involves the development of better catalysts and specifically designed catalytic materials. Despite the high relevance, there seems to be a considerable gap between academic research and industrial applications. The insight into the correlation between catalyst formulation, synthesis route parameters, structural features, and catalytic performance provides the opportunity for the fine-tuning of catalytic materials.

Yours Sincerely
Saroj Kumar Singh
Materials Technology Department, India

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Dear Participants,

It is wonderful moments for me to write the welcome note. I welcome all the participants and stakeholders to prodigious scientific event, 10th Edition of Global Conference on Catalysis, Chemical Engineering and Technology (CCET 2022), which is silhouetting in the lap of Holiday Inn Singapore.

Catalysis is a term describing a process in which the rate and/or the outcome of the reaction is influenced by the presence of a substance, which can be described as the catalyst, that is not disbursed during the chemical reaction and that is subsequently removed if it is not to constitute as an impurity in the end product.

Chemical Engineering can be considered as a discipline which influencing numerous areas of technology. Widely, chemical engineers contemplate and plan processes to produce, transform, and transport materials—beginning with experimentation in the laboratories and subsequently followed by the implementation of the technology in the form of final product.

I am sure that, at the end of this Global Conference, you may be come out with useful findings as you expect. I hope you will be enjoying each moment of the programme and I also wish you an “Action packed” all sessions and hope you will leave invigorated, full of new, ideas.

Yours Sincerely
DR. Vimal Joshi,
Shri R.K. Parikh Arts and Science College, India

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