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Second International Conference “Catalysis for renewable sources: fuel, energy, chemicals”

NTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Valentin N. Parmon, Chairman Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
Dmitry Yu. Murzin, Vice-Chairman Ǻbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland
Donato A.G. Aranda Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Vasily A. Babkin Favorsky Irkutsk Institute of Chemistry SB RAS, Irkutsk, Russia
Anthony Bridgwater Aston University, UK
Jamal Chaouki Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
Raghunath V. Chaudhari University of Kansas, USA
Buxing Han Institute of Chemistry CAS, Beijing, China
Erik Heeres University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Can Li Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS, China
Jyri-Pekka Mikkola Umeå University, Sweden
Alexander S. Noskov Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
Martyn Poliakoff The University of Nottingham, UK
Parasuraman Selvam Indian Institute of Technology, India
Sergei Varfolomeev Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics RAS, Russia
Victor Zaichenko Joint Institute of High Temperatures, Moscow, Russia

PLENARY LECTURES

PL-1 Professor JanBrandin
USAGE OF BIOFUELS IN SWEDEN

PL-2 Professor Sergei Varfolomeev RENEWABLE ENERGY, WTF TECHNOLOGIES, NEW PROCESSESES AND NEW CHALLENGES

PL-3 Professor Tapio Salmi APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONENGINEERING ON THE LOW-TEMPERATURE TRANSFORMATION OFBIOMASS

PL-4 Dr. Juan Carlos Serrano-Ruiz FROM BIOMASS TO ADVANCED BIOFUELS: ALTERNATIVES TO BIODIESEL AND BIOETHANOL VIA CATALYTIC CONVERSION

PL-5 Professor Vladislav Sadykov STRUCTURED NANOCOMPOSITE CATALYSTS OF BIOFUELS TRANSFORMATION INTO SYNGAS AND HYDROGEN: DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE

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PL-6 Professor Simoni Plentz Meneghetti, Meneghetti M.R. CATALYSIS IN BIOMASS VALORIZATION: EXAMPLES IN OLEOCHEMISTRY AND CELLULOSE CONVERSION

PL-7 Professor Erik Heeres BIOFUELS AND BIOBASED CHEMICALS: THE QUEST FOR EFFICIENT CATALYSTS

KEY-NOTE LECTURE

KN-1 Hulteberg C., Brandin J., Leveau A. SELECTIVE CATALYSTS FOR GLYCEROL DEHYDRATION

KN-2 Meneghetti M.R., Brito Y., de A. Fragoso D., Mendes P., Meneghetti S.P. SIMULTANEOUS CONVERSION OF TRIACYLGLYCERIDES AND FATTY ACIDS INTO FATTY ACID METHYL ESTERS USING ORGANOMETALLIC CATALYSTS

KN-3 Frusteri F., Cannilla C., Bonura G. CATALYTIC PRODUCTION OFOXYGENATED ADDITIVES BY GLYCEROL ETHERIFICATION

KN-4 Kuznetsov B.N., Sharypov V.I., Kuznetsova S.A., Baryshnikov S.V., Garyntseva N.V. HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS METHODS FOR LIGNIN VALORIZATION INTO CHEMICALS AND ACTIVE CARBONS

KN-5 Subramanian M. NEW GENETIC INSIGHTS TO CONSIDER COFFEE WASTE AS A FEEDSTOCK FOR FUEL, FEED AND CHEMICALS

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

SECTION I
Catalytic processes for valuables production from biomass.

OP-I-1 Mäki-Arvela P., Kumar N., Aho A., Diaz S., Stekrova M., Volcho K., Salakhutdinov N., Sinev I., Salmi T., Murzin D.
ISOMERIZATION OF TERPENE OXIDES TOVALUABLE CHEMICALS OVER METAL MODIFIED ZEOLITES AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS

OP-I-2 Díaz G.C., Tapanes N.O., Aranda D.G., Perez R.S. SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF METAL CATALYSTS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF SPECIAL FATTY ACIDS

OP-I-3 Isa Y.M., Tretiyakov V.F., Rabiu A. EFFECTS OF SYNTHESIS PARAMETERS AND CATALYST MORPHOLOGY ON THE PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION OF BIOETHANOL CONVERSION

OP-I-4 Piskun A., Rasrendra C., Luo W., Bruijnincx P.C.A., Melián-Cabrera I., Weckhuysen B., Heeres H.
KINETIC MODELING OF LEVULINIC ACID HYDROGENATION TO -VALEROLACTONE

OP-I-5 Krishna N., Anuradha S., Kumar V.V., Selvam P.
ACETONATION OF GLUCOSE OVER SULFONIC ACID FUNCTIONALIZED ORDERED MESOPOROUSSILICA

OP-I-6 Simanjuntak F., Lee S.D., Ahn B.S., Lee H.
SYNTHESIS OF GLYCEROL CARBONATE FROM GLYCEROL AND DIMETHYL CARBONATE USING CaO: IDENTIFICATION OF ACTIVE CATALYST FORM

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OP-I-7 Gofferjé G., Stäbler A., Flöter E.
IMPACT OF GLYCEROL ON RHIZOMUCOR MIEHEILIPASE ACTIVITY DURING ENZYMATIC DEACIDIFICATION OF JATROPHA CURCASCRUDE OIL

OP-I-8 Candu N., Neculai F., Tudorache Madalina, Parvulescu V.I., Coman S. M.
MAGNETICALLY NANOPARTICLES WITH ACID PROPERTIES FOR LEVULINIC ACID SYNTHESIS FROM CELLULOSE.

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OP-I-9 Tudorache M., Nae A., Negoi A., Protesescu L., Coman S., Parvulescu V.
RENEWABLE GLYCEROL IN BIOREFINERY – BIOCATALYTIC SYNTHESIS OF GLYCEROL CARBONATE

OP-I-10 Ilolov A.M., Tretiyakov V.F., Talyshinsky R., Tshiswaka M., Ezinkwo G., Sedghe Rouhi B., Mahamat A.T
. ONE - STEP CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF BIO – ETHANOL INTO 1, 3 – BUTADIENE IN THE PRESENCE OFAN INITIATOR

OP-I-11 Khalilova S., Gasanov A., Azizov A., Abdullayeva N.
NOVEL CATALYSTS FOR REFINING OF UNSATURATED ACIDS OF VEGETABLE OILS TO HIGH INTERNAL OLEFINS

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OP-I-12 Ojha A., Zmat A., Al-Dahhan M.
STUDY OF LOCAL GAS HOLDUP, AND SPECIFICINTERFACIAL AREA IN A SPLIT-COLUMN AIRLIFT BIOREACTOR USING SPHOSTICATED 4-POINT OPTICAL PROBE FOR CULTURING MICROALGAE/CYANOBACTERIA

OP-I-13 Kasaikina O.T., Lesin V., Pisarenko L.
COLLOIDAL CATALYSTS ON THE BASE OF IRON(3+) OXIDES FOR OXIDATIVE TREATMENT OF BIOMASS

OP-I-14 Wu L., Li X., Yuan Z., Chen Y.
FABRICATION OF TITANIUM DIOXIDE NANOTUBE SUPPORTED ZEOLITE COMPOSITE CATALYST FOR ETHANOL DEHYDRATION TO ETHYLENE

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

SECTION II
Catalytic processes for biofuel production

OP-II-1 Bauer F., Hulteberg C.
ISOBUTANOL FROM GLYCEROL

OP-II-2 O'Connell M., Wiborg O., Kolb G., Resa I., Jayamurthy M., Komodromos C., Bhattacharya A.
NOVEL REACTOR AND CATALYTIC ENGINEERING FOR BIO AND GREEN FUEL PRODUCTION

OP-II-3 Silva F., Suarez P.
LEWIS ACID CATALYSTS FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION: FROM BENCH TO A PILOT PLANT

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OP-II-4 Tretiyakov V.F., Sedghe Rouhi B., Makarfi I., Tretiyakov K., Frantsuzova N.
CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF BIOETHANOL INTO HYDROCARBON FUEL

OP-II-5 Pardo F.T., Järås S., Marinas A., Cabrera S., Boutonnet M.
ORDERED MESOPOROUS MATERIALS ON COBALT BASED CATALYSTS FOR FISCHER TROPSCH SYNTHESIS

OP-II-6 Parsland C., Brandin J.
NICKEL-SUBSTITUTED Ba-HEXAALUMINATES AS CATALYSTS IN STEAM-REFORMING OF TARS

OP-II-7 Dubrovskiy A., Dolmanov V., Kuznetsov S.
CATALYTIC SYSTEMS FOR CLEAN HYDROGEN PRODUCTION ON THE BASE OF MOLYBDENUMCARBIDE

OP-II-8 Dubinin Y., Simonov A.D., Yazykov N.A., Yakovlev V.A., Parmon V.N.
COMBUSTION OF SEWAGE SLUDGE INCLUDING MUNICIPAL WASTE IN FLUIDIZED BEDOF CATALYST

OP-II-9 Mehr A.S., Behbahani R.M., Ghavipour M., Fakhri S.
CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF METHANOL TOLIGHT OLEFINS-GASOLINE-AROMATICS OVER H-ZSM-5 cATALYSTS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CATALYST ACTIVITY, SELECTIVITY AND CONVERSION USING ACTIVE METALS

OP-II-10 Massenova A.T., Gilmundinov S., Sassykova L.
DEHYDRATION OF BIOETHANOL OVER BLOCK CATALYSTS WITH HONEYCOMB CHANNELS

OP-II-11 Rallan C., Garforth A.
DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF NOVEL STRUCTUREDCATALYSTS

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

SECTION III
Catalyst application for clean syn-gas and clean hydrogen production

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OP-III-1 Bulushev D.A., Jia L., Beloshapkin S., Ross J.R.
BIOMASS DERIVED FORMIC ACID FOR CLEAN HYDROGEN PRODUCTION VIA DECOMPOSITION OVER K-DOPED Pd CATALYSTS

OP-III-2 Itkulova S., Zakumbaeva G., Nabidollayev S., Mukazhanova A., Yermaganbetova A., Nurmakanov Y.
SYNGAS PRODUCTION BY BIOGAS REFORMING OVER THE Co-BASED MULTICOMPONENTCATALYSTS

OP-III-3 Ciftci A., Eren S., Zhu T., Ligthart M., Hensen E.
ENHANCED ACTIVITY OF PLATINUM-BASED BIMETALLIC CATALYSTS IN AQUEOUS PHASE REFORMING OF GLYCEROL

OP-III-4 Trane-Restrup R., Jensen A.D., Resasco D.
STEAM REFORMING OF BIO-OIL MODEL COMPOUNDS

OP-III-5 Magrini K., Jablonski W., Yung M., Olstad J., Parent Y., Deutch S.
PILOT SCALE DEMONSTRATION OF BIOMASS SYNGAS CLEANING VIA CATALYTIC REFORMING

OP-III-6 Arapova M., Pavlova S., Sadykov V., Rogov V., Krieger T., Ishchenko A., Roger A.
Ni(Co)-CONTAINING CATALYSTS BASED ON PEROVSKITE-LIKE FERRITES FOR STEAM REFORMING OF ETHANOL.

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

SECTION IV
Catalytic Processes in Oleochemistry

OP-IV-1 Navajas A., Reyero I., Arzamendi G., Gandía L.
SIMULTANEOUS ESTERIFICATION AND TRANSESTERIFICATION FOR BIODIESEL SYNTHESIS WITH MOLYBDENUM OXIDE CATALYSTS.

OP-IV-2 Pathirana H., Pannilawithana N.
BIODIESEL FROM PALM OLEIN OIL BY HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSTS

OP-IV-3 Robin T., Lea-Langton A., Jones J., Ross A
. CATALYTIC HYDROTHERMALPROCESSING OF VEGETABLE OILS USING METAL EXCHANGED ZEOLITE.

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OP-IV-4 Palanisamy S., Mughal A., Gevert B.
CATALYTIC HYDROPROCESSING OF RAPESEED OIL – REACTION MECHANISMS AND RATE DETERMINATION

OP-IV-5 Yakovlev V.,Selischeva S.A., Kukushkin R.G., Rodina V.O., Parmon V.N.
CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF THE PLANT LIPIDS TO BIOFUELS

SECTION V
Catalytic approaches for the processing of pyrolysis biomass products

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OP-V-1 Kalogiannis K.G., Stephanidis S.D., Lappas A.
PRODUCTION OF HIGH VALUE CHEMICALS AND BIOFUELS BY CATALYTIC PYROLYSIS OF BIOMASS/LIGNIN MIXTURES

OP-V-2 Triantafyllidis K.S., Karakoulia S.A., Kalogiannis K.G., Iliopoulou E.F., Lappas A.A.
IN SITU UPGRADING OF BIOMASS FASTPYROLYSIS OIL WITH ACIDIC AND BASIC CATALYSTS

OP-V-3 Bykova M.V., Ermakov D.Yu., Bulavchenko O.A., Kaichev V.V., Saraev A.A., Rekhtina M.A., Yakovlev V.A.
Ni-BASED CATALYSTS WITH IMPROVED STABILITY FOR BIO-OIL HYDROTREATMENT

OP-V-4 Mortensen P.M., Grunwaldt J., Jensen P.A., Jensen A.D.
STABILITY AND RESISTANCE OF NICKEL-BASED CATALYSTS FOR HYDRODEOXYGENATION

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OP-V-5 Smirnov A.A., Khromova S., Reshetnikov S., Bulavchenko O., Kaichev V., Saraev A., Yakovlev V.
CHARACTERIZATION AND CATALYTIC PROPERTIES OF HIGH-LOADED Ni-Cu CATALYSTS: THE EFFECT OF Ni/Cu RATIO ON ACTIVITY AND SELECTIVITYIN ANISOLE HDO

POSTER SESSION

PP-1. Abas N., Haliza A.A., Zainab I., Hazimah A.H.
SOLID BASE CATALYST: SYNTHESIS OF GLYCERYL CARBONATE BY TRANSESTERIFICATION.

PP-2. Akoto O.
JATROPHA PERFECT FEEDSTOCK FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION

PP-3. AteşF., Akan G., Erginel N.
PRESSURIZED PYROLYSIS OF BIOMASS USING MCM-41 CATALYST

PP-4. Barrientos J., Boutonnet M., Järås S.
A COMPARISON OF COBALT- AND IRON-BASED FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYSTS FOR BIOMASS-DERIVED DIESELAND SNG COPRODUCTION

PP-5. Buturca R., Gasol C., Scarpete D., Gabarrell X.
COMPARATIVE LCA STUDY FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION IN ROMANIA AND SPAIN.

PP-6. Drago C., Liotta L.F., La Parola V., Testa M.L., Nicolosi G.
ONE-POT MICROWAVE ASSISTED CATALYTIC TRANSFORMATION OF VEGETABLE OIL INTO GLYCEROL-FREE BIODIESEL

PP-7. Frolova S., Kuvshinova L., Ryazanov M.
GETTING IONIZABLE PRODUCTS ON THE BASIS OF BIOPOLYMERS BY THE INFLUENCE OF CATALYTIC REAGENTS

PP-8. Kraleva E., Schneider M., Bentrup U., Sokolov S., Ehrich H
. SUPPORTED Co AND Ni CATALYSTS FOR HYDROGEN GENERATION IN PARTIAL OXIDATION OF BIOETHANOL

PP-9. Koklin A.E., Bogdan V.I.
TRANSFORMATION OF GLUCOSE ON Pt/C UNDER CONTINUOUS-FLOW CONDITIONS

PP-10. Kukueva V.
THEORETICAL RESEARCH OF PROMOTION SOME COMBUSTION REACTIONS

PP-11. Kuznetsov S., Koltsov N., Litvinov A
. BIOLOGICALLY DECOMPOSING LUBRICANTS ON THE BASE OF OXYETHYLATED GLYCERIDES

PP-12. Masgidi M.A.
CATALYSIS PROCESSES IN BIOMASS GASIFICATION FOR FUTURE GENERATION DEMANDABLEBIOFUELS IN EGYPT

PP-13. Maximov A.L., Samoylov V., Ramazanov D., Nekhaev A.
HETEROGENEOUSLY CATALYZED CONVERSION OF BIOFEED COMPONENTS: A STEP TOWARDS CARBON-NEUTRAL FUELS

PP-14. Pai Z.P., Kochubey D.I., Parmon V.N.
ENVIRONMENTALLY BENIGN CATALYTIC PRODUCTION OF FINE CHEMICALS

PP-15. Reyero I., Navajas A., Arzamendi G., Gandía L
. BIODIESEL FROM HETEROGENEOUSLY ACID-CATALYZED ETHANOLYSIS OF SUNFLOWER OIL

PP-16. Saeed M., Ilyas M., Siddique M.
LIQUID PHASE OXIDATION OF BENZYL ALCOHOL CATALYZED BY MANGANESE OXIDE: KINETIC ANALYSIS

PP-17. Salgansky E.A., Tsvetkov M.V., Kislov V.M.
CATALYTIC BIOMASS GASIFICATION USING THE METHOD OF FILTRATION COMBUSTION WITH SUPERADIABATIC HEATING

PP-18. Stepan E., Velea S., Blajan O., Crucean A., Ilie L., Vasilievici G., Oprescu E.E., Radu A.
SYNTHETIC JET FUEL FROMMICROALGAL BIOMASS

PP-19. Suarez Paris R., Andersson R., Boutonnet M., Järås S.
K-Ni-MoS2CATALYST PREPARED BY MICROEMULSION FOR MIXED ALCOHOL SYNTHESIS.

PP-20. Tungatarova S.A., Yergaziyeva G.Y., Shaizadauly E.
COPPER BASED CATALYSTS FOR RECEIPT OF ETHYLENE FROM BIOETHANOL

PP-21. Zhizhina E.G., Odyakov V., Gogin L.
PREPARATION OF THE CATALYST FOR DELIGNIFICATION OF WOOD

PP-22. Bachurikhin A.L.
ELECTROMAGNETIC REACTOR OF WATER TREATING FROM OILS AND HYDROCARBONS

PP-23. Bely V.A.,Udoratina E.V., Patov S.A.
THE STUDY OF THE EFFECTOF INORGANIC CATALYSTS ON THE KINETICS OF THE LIGNINPYROLYSIS

PP-24. Efimov M.N.,Mironova E., Ermilova M., Orekhova N., Zemtsov L., Karpacheva G.
METAL NANOPARTICLES SUPPORTED BY NANODIAMONDS AS NOVEL CATALYSTS FOR STEAM ETHANOL REFORMING REACTION

PP-25. Lapin N.V., Bezhok V.
LOW-TEMPERATURE CONVERSION OF ETHANOL OVER BINARY NICKEL-COPPERCATALYST

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PP-26. Mammadova Т., Hasankhanova N., Teyubov X., Askerova E., Abbasov V.
THERMOCHEMICAL CONVERSION OF COTTONSEEDOIL WITH USE OF NATURAL NANOTUBES

PP-27. Naeemy A.
A NOVEL ROUTE APPROACH TO INVESTIGATION OF ELECTROCATALYTIC BEHAVIOR OF Ni(OH)2/NiOOH MODIFIED GLASSY CARBON ELECTRODE WITH ANIONIC SURFACTANTIN ALKALINE SOLUTION

PP-28. Prokopev E.P., Grafutin V.
POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS OF POSITRON ANNIHILATION SPECTROSCOPY FOR RESEARCH OF NANOPHENOMENA TO OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

PP-29. Varlamova E., Chernyshev D., Suslov A., Staroverov D., Kozlovskiy R., Suchkov Y., Shvets V.
STUDY OF CATALYTIC SYSTEMS FOR METHYL LACTATE DEHYDRATION

PP-30. Udoratina E.V., Sherbakova T.P., Kuchin A.V., Budaeva V.V., Skiba E.A., Sakovich G.V.
CHEMICAL, MECHANOCHEMICAL AND ENZYMATIC DESTRUCTIONS OF LIGNOCELLULOSE TO OBTAIN VALUABLE PRODUCTS

PP-31. San José María J., Alvarez Sonia, García Iris
PERFORMANCE OF SPOUTED BED GASIFICATOR OF BIOMASS WASTES FROM PAPER INDUSTRY



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