WELCOME TO BZA 2022 (DURHAM)
About the Meeting
The Spring 2022 meeting of the British Zeolite Association is to be held at Durham University. Similar to previous two-day meetings, there is a strong emphasis on student and younger scientist participation.
The BZA welcomes contributions from all fields of microporous and mesoporous materials science, including synthesis, structure, applications, characterisation, catalysis and computational studies. We look forward to receiving contributions in the areas of zeolites, hybrid materials, MOFs and COFs, and the application of porous solids in chemical, fine-chemical and green & sustainable processes as well as energy applications.
The meeting will take place from 1pm on 13th April until 3pm on 14th April and we are pleased to confirm that this is an in-person meeting!
We are delighted to announce our three plenary speakers:
Professor Andrew Beale (Department of Chemistry, University College London & Research Complex at Harwell).
Professor Christine Kirschhock (Center for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, KULeuven)
Dr Sihai Yang (Department of Chemistry, The University of Manchester)
The meeting will take place at the new Teaching and Learning Centre at Durham University. Please note the event is limited to 100 attendees.
If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please contact Dr Russell Taylor by email: email@example.com
Please submit abstracts for consideration for an oral presentation to firstname.lastname@example.org, following the instruction given in the template. Any abstracts that are not chosen for an oral presentation will be accepted as a poster presentation. Download the abstract template here. Key dates are given below.
Plenary talks will last 40 minutes (plus 5 minutes for questions), oral contributions will last 15 minutes (plus 5 minutes for questions). Posters must be no larger than A1 and in portait format.
Registration and key dates
Academic / industrial delegate rate (with accommodation): £275
Student delegate rate (with accommodation): £175
Both these rates include registration fee, 1 night of bed and breakfast accommodation in Collingwood College (10 minute walk from meeting venue), poster reception, conference dinner in Durham Castle, lunch on day 2, tea/coffee refreshments.
There are only 60 rooms available in Collingwood College hence only 60 delegates will be able to take advantage of these rates that include accommodation.
Academic / industrial delegate rate (without accommodation): £235
Student delegate rate (without accommodation): £135
Both these rates include registration fee, poster reception, conference dinner in Durham Castle, lunch on day 2, tea/coffee refreshments.
Registration: NOW OPEN! Please see link: BZA2022 registration
Abstract submission deadline: 22nd March 2022
Notification of oral presentation acceptance: 27th March 2022
Registration closes: 3rd April 2022
Conference starts: 1pm, 13th April 2022
Conference closes: 3pm 14th April 2022
Durham University forms part of the Durham World Heritage Site and was inscribed on the World Heritage List by UNESCO in 1986. It consists of Durham Cathedral, Durham Castle and the buildings located between them.
For details on transport links to Durham, please see the following link: https://www.durham.ac.uk/visit-us/
Please see the link below for the location of Collingwood College and the Teaching and Learning Centre:
I am very pleased to say that the registration site is now live!
Please see link: BZA2022 registration
!!! ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 22nd March 2022 !!!
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