Van Marum Colloquia

Introduction

Van Marum (1750 - 1837)

Van Marum was a Dutch physical chemist/scientist who was one of first to study heterogeneous catalysis (dehydrogenation of alcohols on metals, 1796). For a brief biography on Van Marum: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_van_Marum. Van Marum is also known as the discoverer of ozone.

Previous colloquia

Two van Marum colloquia, November 22nd

Prof Helen Fraser, The Open University, UK, and Professor Karina Morgenstern, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany

Direct Vacuum Inlet System Enabling Ultra-Sensitive in-Situ Analysis of Chemical Reaction Products, October 24th

Daniel B. Trimarco, Denmark Technical University

Photoelectrocatalysis: Unassisted Water Splitting and Hydrogen Generation in Micro- and Hypergravity Environments, June 17th

Dr. Katharina Brinkert, European Space Agency, Noordwijk