Energy Transformation—Implementing Science
Session of the GDCh Division of Chemistry & Energy
Tuesday, Sep 5, 2023, 2:10 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Mahler Hall
GREEN: Materials - Processes - Industry
As part of the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry, which took place online from August 29th to September 1st, 2021.
Chemistry Enabling Energy Transition - Session I
Chair: Manfred Waidhas
Chemistry Enabling Energy Transition - Session II
Chair: Philipp Adelhelm
The best memory is chemistry (together with the GDCh Division of Electrochemistry)
Chairs: Claudia Weidlich, Wolfgang Schrader
As part of the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry 2019, which will take place from 15.-19. September 2019 in Aachen.
Electrolysis (together with the GDCh Division of Electrochemistry)
BMBF project Kopernikus Power-to-X: Electrolysis (together with the GDCh Division of Electrochemistry)
Chemistry meets energy
Power-to-X (together with the GDCh Division of Electrochemistry)
BMBF project Kopernikus Power-to-X: Production of chemicals and fuels (jointly with the GDCh Division of Electrochemistry)
30 September to 2 October 2018 in Mülheim ad Ruhr
As part of the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry 2017 in Berlin.
The aim of the annual conference is the exchange of experience and ideas between science and industry on the subject of "Chemistry and Energy". Contributions of chemistry to future energy supply are discussed critically. Challenges for the application are discussed as well as new trends from basic research.
The topics of the workshop at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) were not only energy transformations in the narrower sense, but all aspects of energy and their role in and for chemistry. These include energy generation, storage and conversion, questions of energy efficiency, modeling and accounting, studies and teaching.
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, Stuttgart
How much carbon do humans need? The decarbonization dilemma
dr Hermann Pütter, board member of the AG Chemie und Energie of the GDCh, Neustadt/Weinstrasse
Biomass use without consequences?
Dr.-Ing. Jörg Schmalfeld, Consultant Fuel Technologies, Bad Homburg vdH
The problem of nuclear waste 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, University of Ulm
The light of the future
Prof. Dr. Claudia Wickleder
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