♦ What is a custom catalyst
♦ The 5-phase approach to custom catalyst development
♦ Finding the right development scenario to meet your specific needs
♦ How BASF handles your Intellectual Property
♦ Chemists that develop catalysts
♦ Material Scientists that develop catalysts
♦ Process Engineers, especially those that scale up newly developed catalysts
|Dr. Jack Grosicki , Global Technology Manager - Custom Catalysts, BASF
Dr. Jack Grosicki has held a variety of R&D, manufacturing, technology and marketing roles during his 32 years working for BASF. This experience has provided Dr. Grosicki with useful insights into the key aspects of aligning BASF's and customer's expectations in realizing a successful custom catalyst relationship. Dr. Grosicki has a B.Sc in Chemistry from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland, an MSc. in Materials Science from Thames Polytechnic, England and a Ph.D in Catalysis from the University of Bath, England.
|Dr. Timothy Cavanaugh, Business Manager - Custom Catalysts, BASF
Dr. Timothy Cavanaugh has held positions in R&D, manufacturing, marketing, and business in his 13 years of industrial experience. Dr. Cavanaugh has a broad experience in bringing new products from the idea phase to commercialization. This knowledge has proven to be invaluable in organizing BASF's and the customer's expectations in order to make the custom catalyst relationship a success. Dr. Cavanaugh has a B.S in Chemical Engineering from Syracuse University, USA, a M.S. in Chemical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA.
|Rebekkah Marshall, Editor-in-Chief - Chemical Engineering
Rebekkah Marshall is the Editor in Chief of Chemical Engineering magazine, the leading technical information resource for chemical engineers who work in the chemical process industries. Rebekkah has worked for Chemical Engineering for more than 10 years and holds a B.S.Ch.E. from the University of Kansas. Before joining Chemical Engineering's editorial staff more than 10 years ago, she worked for Parsons Corp. in Houston, Tex., Pasadena, Calif., and New York, handling environmental permitting and design issues for large-scale projects in the U.S. and the Middle East.
Rebekkah Marshall, Editor-in-Chief - Chemical Engineering
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