Keynote Speaker for Green Chemistry Conference- Leon Burgess-Dean
Keynote Presentation
Calalsil™ Zeolite Geopolymers – Green nanotechnology that replace carbon and energy intensive materials
Leon Burgess-Dean, CalAlSil™, Australia

Abstract: Zeolite geopolymers are formulated using nano-sized colloids of combined metal oxides to provide a green alternative to concrete, brick and fiberglass. While suspended in an aqueous solution, CalAlSil™&rs [....]

Keynote Speaker for Green Chemistry Conference- Takashi Sasaki
Keynote Presentation
CO2 Capture Process of the Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project
Takashi Sasaki, Japan CCS Co - Japan

The Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project was launched in FY2012 by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), aiming for the practical use of CCS in Japan around 2020. Between FY2012 to FY2017, the project was co [....]

Keynote Speaker for Green Chemistry Conference- Michael Zharnikov
Keynote Presentation
Molecular-scale design of novel materials for organic photovoltaics and electronics
Michael Zharnikov, Heidelberg University, Germany

Abstract: The increasing demand for energy consumption worldwide and environmental issues trigger the development of green, renewable energy sources. These demands can be potentially met by organic photovoltaics (OPV), w [....]

Keynote Speaker for Green Chemistry Conference- Ravariu Cristian
Keynote Presentation
Green chemistry offers non-carcinogenic organic semiconductors for thin film transistors
Ravariu Cristian, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

Few successful semiconductors used in Organic Thin Film Transistors (OTFT) are pentacene, tetracene, Alq3. However, these traditional organic semiconductors are based on polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) as precurs [....]

Speaker at Green Chemistry 2021
Oral Presentation
Lithium-ion Battery Recycling and Second Life Reuse: Challenges and OpportunitiesLithium-ion Battery Recycling and Second Life Reuse: Challenges and Opportunities
Yanyan Zhao, CSIRO, Australia

A global transition to low carbon technologies is required to mitigate the effects of climate change. According to the world resource institute, the energy sector contributed 72% of the global human made greenhouse emiss [....]

Speaker for Green Chemistry 2021 - Rahat Javaid
Oral Presenrartion
Green ammonia synthesis using renewable energy-derived hydrogen
Rahat Javaid, Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, Japan

Ammonia is a potential hydrogen and energy carrier. It has a high capacity for hydrogen. As an energy carrier, ammonia is considered as energy-dense and zero-carbon green fuel. Industrially, ammonia is synthesized by the [....]

Speaker at Green Chemistry 2021
Oral Presentation
Social impact assessment of sustainable agriculture: Two cases of solar agricultural houses in Japan
Noriko Irie, Ehime University, Japan

This presentation will depict the results of a social impact assessment (SIA) of two cases of sustainable agricultural practices in Japan, including Chiasaki-city in Kanagawa prefecture and Iwata-city in Shizuoka prefect [....]

Oral Presentation for Green Chemistry Conference- Naoko Kawahara
Oral Presentation
Social impact assessment of sustainable agriculture: Two cases of solar agricultural houses in Japan 2
Naoko Kawahara , Kindai University, Japan

This presentation will depict the results of a social impact assessment (SIA) of two cases of sustainable agricultural practices in Japan, including Chiasaki-city in Kanagawa prefecture and Iwata-city in Shizuoka prefect [....]

Oral Presentation for Green Chemistry Conference- Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak
Keynote Presentation
Synthesis of Graphene Based Buckypaper Infiltrated with Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) for Strain Sensor Application
Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak , Curtin University - Malaysia

Strain sensors in the form of Buckypaper (BP) infiltrated with various polymers are considered a viable option for strain sensor applications such as structural health monitoring and human motion detection. Graphene has [....]

Keynote Speaker for Green Chemistry Conference- M.H.Fulekar
Keynote Presentation
Rhizosphere bioremediation - Green technology for industrial waste treatment
M.H.Fulekar, Parul University, India

Abstract: Rhizosphere bioremediation is a plant assisted bioremediation which has multiple effects in the bioremediation process due to symbiotic association of mycorrhizal fungi, bacteria, actinomyces along the root zon [....]

Speaker at Green Chemistry 2021
Oral Presentation
Optimization of direct conversion of raw algal biomass harvested by electrocoagulation into biodiesel under supercritical ethanol conditions
Kameni Romario Juste, Ngaoundere University, Cameroon

Ethanol was used for the simultaneous extraction and transesterification of lipids in raw algae to produce fatty acid ethyl esters at supercritical conditions. The algae mixture consisting mainly of Chlorella vulgaris, G [....]

Oral Presentation for Green Chemistry Conference- Ashanendu Mandal
Oral Presentation
Removal of Phenol from Wastewater in Fixed-Bed Column Using Low-cost Natural Bio-adsorbent Neem Leaves
Ashanendu Mandal, University of Calcutta, India

The research aims to carry out the fixed-bed column study of phenol removal from wastewater by low-cost natural bio-adsorbent neem leaves. The neem leaves were characterized by SEM, XRD, FTIR and BET analyzers. The optim [....]

Speaker at Green Chemistry 2021
Oral Presentation
Wastewater Scanning of Paper Industries with reference to Bacterial Diversity and Water Quality: A combined Approach
Inderjeet Tyagi, Zoological Survey of India, India

The bacterial community structure along with their role in predicted metabolism in the wastewater of Indian Paper Industries is poorly understood. In the present work, effort has been made to characterize the bacterial d [....]

Poster Presentation - Senlin Tian
Poster Presentation
Ferrocene-Catalyzed Heterogeneous Fenton-Like Degradation Mechanisms and Pathways of Antibiotics under Simulated Sunlight: A Case Study of Sulfamethoxazole
Senlin Tian, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China

Antibiotics are widely used in aquaculture, stockbreeding, and human medicine. They are of great concern as many of them can induce bacterial resistance and resistant genes even at environmental concentrations. Recently, [....]

Poster Presentation - Phan Phuoc Tri
Poster Presentation
Ultrasound-assisted copper leaching from copper slag
Phan Phuoc Tri, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan

Copper slag (CS) is an industrial by-product from the pyro-metallurgical process of copper. Even though CS is a non-hazardous material, the enormous yearly production (2.2 tons of CS for every ton of copper produced) mak [....]

E- Poster Presentation for Green Chemistry Conference- Yeugeniy M
E- Poster Presentation
“Green farming”: inevitable strategy of human civilization
Yeugeniy M, Institute of Water Problems, Russian Federation

Abstract: It is shown that the evolution of dissipative structures on the Earth, which include, amongst other things, living organisms and superorganismal systems, obeys a fundamental principle–Ziegler’s prin [....]

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