Custom Catalyst Commercialization II:
Adding Value through Research & Development
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In this second webinar in the series “Custom Catalyst Commercialization” we will show how the involvement of BASF R&D can enhance either the current custom catalyst or lead to greatly improved second generation products, while maintaining the Intellectual Property (IP) protection that is critical to the custom catalyst relationship.
This webinar builds on information presented previously on development scenarios, scale-up and manufacturing processes, catalyst and process knowledge and expertise, as well as confidentiality and Intellectual Property (IP) protection.
The webinar will conclude with a live question and answer session with BASF scientists and experts
- How involving BASF’s Catalyst R&D group can enhance your catalyst technology
- An overview of BASF Catalyst’s R&D structure
- The value that BASF’s Specialist Groups offer in supporting the overall catalyst development effort
- Examples of innovation in BASF catalysts where our R&D group has improved performance through a variety of techniques by understanding the fundamentals of the interactions of reactants and catalyst components
- The benefits of engaging BASF’s Custom Catalysts R&D group to help you develop your current or next generation catalyst
- Chemists that develop catalysts
- Material Scientists that develop catalysts
- Process Engineers, especially those that scale up newly developed catalysts
BASF Chemical Catalyst Research Group
Martin Kraus is the Research Manager of the BASF's Chemical Catalyst Research Group, located at the corporate research facilities in Iselin, NJ. In his current function, he oversees research activities for a variety of petrochemical catalysts, as well as adsorbents. He joined BASF in 2007. He has 12 years of industrial experience and has worked in various areas of refining and petrochemical catalyst research. He holds a graduate degree in Technical Chemistry from the Technical University Karlsruhe, Germany and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland.
Chemical Industry Roundtables, LLC
John Pearson is a consultant with Chemical Engineering, and CEO of Chemical Industry Roundtables, LLC, an organizer of events for the chemical industry with the emphasis on green chemistry and sustainability (www.chemroundtables.com). A graduate in chemistry from the Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London, UK, Pearson was previously CEO of the well-known chemical consulting group, SRI Consulting.
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Internet Explorer 6.0+ 2
Pop-up Blocking Software Disabled 3
AUDIO: Sound Card with speakers
VIDEO: Monitor with 1024x768+ resolution support
Windows Media Player 9+
Adobe Flash Player 9.1+ 4
High speed Cable / Fiber / DSL 5
Corporate LAN 6
1 Older Windows operating systems, including Windows 2000, will most likely work but are not officially supported. Please consulthttp://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?pr=lifesupsps to determine if your operating system is still supported by Microsoft.
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What support is available for users on Macintosh and Unix/Linux-Based operating systems?
This presentation incorporates advanced multimedia features that allow elements such as slides, polling questions, surveys, and application demonstrations to be dynamically sent to the audience synchronized with the presentation. Mac and Linux audiences may view the presentation using a supported Firefox Web browser and Adobe Flash player. Please note that some presentations may not feature a Flash option.
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- If you have internal speakers, make sure they aren't muted.
- If you have external speakers, make sure they are powered on and aren't muted.
- Make sure you did not lose Internet connectivity.
- Make sure you have the media player installed that you are attempting to use and the plugin is correctly installed within the browser.
- If you are using Windows Media Player and the player simply stops and/or gives you a generic "error" message, you may be missing an audio codec required to decode the presentation audio. Click here for the Microsoft Codec Installation Package.
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- If you are using Adobe Flash Player and are having connection issues please refer to the section labeled "Why do I get a "connection failed" or "connection blocked" message when I try to view Adobe Flash streams?"
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Where can I download the latest streaming media players?
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I occasionally hear a clicking noise during the presentation. How do I turn it off?
Why do I get a "connection failed" or "connection blocked" message when I try to view Adobe Flash streams?
- Windows 7 - Click on the Windows Start icon, then choose "Control Panel" > "Sound," > "Sounds" tab. Scroll down the "Program" menu until you reach "Start Navigation." Set the sound to [None] and click "OK." The clicking will be disabled.
- Windows Vista - Click on the Windows Start icon, then choose "Control Panel" > "Sound," > "Sounds" tab. Scroll down the "Program" menu until you reach "Start Navigation." Set the sound to [None] and click "OK." The clicking will be disabled.
- Windows XP - You can disable this noise by going to the Start menu, then "Control Panel". Open "Sounds and Audio Devices," and click the "Sounds" tab. Scroll down the "Program Events" menu until you reach "Start Navigation." Set the sound to [None] and click "OK." The clicking will be disabled.
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