Events of the GDCh Division of Chemistry & Energy

2020: Annual meeting of the Division

POSTPONED to spring 2022

2019: Annual meeting of the Division

16./17. September 2019 in Aachen
as part of the GDCh Science Forum

2018: Annual meeting of the Division

September 30th to October 2nd, 2018 in Mülheim ad Ruhr

2017: Annual meeting of the Division

12./13. September 2017 in Berlin
as part of the GDCh Science Forum

2016: Annual meeting of the Division

October 6th to 7th in Jena

The aim of the annual conference is the exchange of experiences and ideas between science and industry on the subject of "chemistry and energy". Contributions of chemistry for the future energy supply are discussed critically. Application challenges are discussed as well as new trends from basic research.

2014: Workshop "Chemistry for the energy transition"

Report presentation by T. Gelhaar
Presentation by H. Utikal
Presentation by H. Pütter

2012: Workshop "Energy Transformations - The Role of Chemistry"

November 15 to 16 at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

The topics of the workshop were not just energy transformations in the narrower sense, but all aspects of energy and its role in and for chemistry. This includes energy generation, storage and conversion, questions of energy efficiency, modeling and accounting, studies and teaching.

2011: Workshop "Conversion of the Energy System - Contributions from Chemistry"

The aim of the workshop on February 24, 2011 in Berlin was to promote the exchange of ideas between science, politics, associations and the media. Lecture program:

Lead Study 201 0 - scenarios for the expansion of renewable energies in Germany
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Pregger, German Aerospace Center eV, Stuttgart

How much carbon do humans need? The decarbonization dilemma
Dr. Hermann Pütter, board member of the AG chemistry and energy of the GDCh, Neustadt / Weinstrasse

Use of biomass without consequences?
Dr.-Ing. Jörg Schmalfeld, Consultant Fuel Technologies, Bad Homburg vdH

The problem of nuclear disposal and proposed solutions from chemistry
Prof. Dr. Horst Geckeis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Conversion of the energy system - energy storage in the power grid
Dipl.-Ing. Günther Huber, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen

Sunny times for organic photovoltaics
Prof. Dr. Peter Bäuerle, Ulm University

The light of the future
Prof. Dr. Claudia Wickleder

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