Program

Organising committee:
Dr N. Artioli (Queen's University Belfast)
Dr Francisco R. Garcia-Garcia (The University of Edinburgh)
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou (Newcastle University)

22 October 2020

9:55-10:00 Introduction
   
SESSION 1 –  Emission Control 2035 and beyond
10:00-10.30

Matthew Keenan – Ricardo – Future emissions legislation and the impact on exhaust emissions control

10:30-11.00

Noelia Cortes Felix – Johnson Matthey – Hydrocarbon traps for gasoline application

11:00-11:20 Discussion
11:20-11:30 Hassan Raza – President of Energy Society at University of Edinburgh – University of Edinburgh FreshAir radio podcast
   
11:30-12:00 Comfort break
SESSION 2 – Research Approach in Real World 
12:00-12.20

Jose M. Herreros – University of Birmingham/Repsol – Short procedure for assessment of fuel effets on three-way catalysts gaseous and particle removal efficiency

12:20-12.40

Claire McAtee – Queen’s University Belfast – Synthetic bench testing and modelling of the performance and characteristics of automotive catalyst formulations for ethanol-fuel exhaust gas emissions

12:40-13:00

Francisco Garcia-Garcia – University of Edinburgh – Micro-structured catalytic converter for residual methane emission abatement

13:00-13:20

Todd Toops – Oak Ridge National Laboratory – Low temperature emissions reduction with zeolite-based adsorbers

13:20-13:40 Discussion
   
   
13:40-14:10 Comfort break
SESSION 3  What does the future hold?
14:10-14:30

Marcos Schöneborn – Sasol Germany GmbH – New alumina-based support materials for future emission control catalysts

14:30-14:50

Evangelos Papaioannou – Newcastle University – Exsolution of catalytically active Iridium nanoparticles for emission control

14:50-15:10

Dragos Neagu – University of Strathclyde – Confined nanoparticles: formation, emission control and beyond

15:10-15:30 Discussion
   
15:30-15:40  Poster prizes and Concluding remarks
15:40-16:40          Happy Hour

You can find the recording of the UKEM 2020 here: