International Catalysis Conferences

  • The purpose of the CATSA student travel grant is to promote the development of young scientists and engineers by supporting students in catalysis to present their research at international scientific conferences of note. Moreover, in this manner, CATSA aims to actively promote South African catalysis expertise in the international arena. The grant will assist the student with a fixed amount that may be applied towards the costs of conference registration, travel and subsistence.

Annual CATSA Conference

  • The purpose of this category of the CATSA student travel grant is to promote the development of young catalysis scientists and engineers by supporting students in presenting their research at the annual CATSA meeting. CATSA views this as an opportunity for a student to present his/her work for local peer review thereby developing the students’ presentation skills and exposing him/her to constructive criticism regarding the scientific content. The aim is therefore to develop students and showcase work performed in the local catalysis community. The grant is limited to travel expenses incurred in attending the annual CATSA conference, and excludes other subsistence, accommodation or conference expenses.

CONDITIONS AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES FOR STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS

Summer School Grant

  • The purpose of this grant is to allow students enrolled at South African HEIs to attend a meeting in the EFCATS summer school program or in their absence an EFCATS catalysis training course. The grant will assist the student with a fixed amount that may be applied towards the costs of conference registration, travel and subsistence.

CONDITIONS AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES FOR SUMMER SCHOOL GRANT


 

 

CATSA aims to recognise the signficant contributions to the field of catalysis made by South African researchers. The CATSA Lifetime Acheivement Award is presented at the CATSA conference. 

To nominate someone for the CATSA Lifetime Achievement Award, please complete this nomination form and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. it to The Chairperson

CONDITIONS AND PROCEDURES FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

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 oconnor Cyril O’Connor (2005) Everson small Ray Everson (2002)
       
 DuPlessis smalla Jan du Plessis (1999) drysmall Marc Dry (1998)
       
 Mandersloot Wim Mandersloot (1998)    

 

 

 

CATSA aims to recognise excellence in catalysis research by overseas scientists. In acknowledgement of their significant contributions, an Eminent Visitor Award is presented to an influential researcher at the annual CATSA conference. These awards include a lecture tour of selected universities and main catalysis research centres in South Africa. 

To nominate a leading scientist for the eminent visitor award, please see the protocol (eminent visitor award) and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. your motivation to the Chairperson

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Peter Wasserscheid (2016)

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Martin Albrecht (2015)

       
  Ulrike Diebold (2014) Graham Hutchings (2013)
       
2012-Gasteigersmall Hubert Gasteiger (2012) 2010-Gatessmall Bruce Gates (2010)
       
 2009-weckhuysensmall Bert Weckhuysen (2009) 2008-leitnersmall Walter Leitner (2008)
       
 2007-Centismall Gabriele Centi (2007) 2005-Niemantsverdrietsmall Hans Niemantsverdriet (2005)
       
 2004-cole-hamiltonsmall David Cole-Hamilton (2004) 2003-Datyesmall Abhaya Datye (2003)
       
 rees smalla Lovat Rees (2002) 2000-Kingsmall Dave King (2000)
       
 1999-cormasmall Avelino Corma (1999) 1997-iglesiasmall Enrique Iglesia (1997)
       

 

 


 

The purpose of the CATSA Oral & Poster Presentation Awards is to recognize scientific papers of exceptional quality delivered via the medium of Oral & Poster Presentation at the CATSA Annual Conference. Equally, the Awards aim to promote a proud record in respect of the quality and impact of the presentation itself and, in so doing, serve to encourage students to aim for the highest professional standards. We gratefully acknowledge Clariant and Micromeritics for their sponsorship of these awards

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  • Moritz Wolf (2016)
  • Thulani Nyathi (2015)
  • Neo Phao (2014)
  • Sherilee Pillay (2013)
  • Johannes van Tonder (2012)
  • Brett Clapham (2011)
  • Nico Fischer (2010)
  • Alisa Govender (2009)
  • Virginia Cheang (2008)
  • Cathrin Welker (2007)
  • Maropeng Ngobeni (2006)
  • Bavani Pillay (2005)
  • Noko Phala (2004)
  • Mayashree Govander (2003)
  • Velaphi Msimang (2002)

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The Micromeritics Best Student Poster Award

  • Rajesh Molose (2016)
  • Anna Petersen (2015)
  • Ebrahim Kadwa (2014)
  • Anna Petersen (2013)
  • Mbongiseni Dlamini (2012)
  • Nothando Mungwe (2011)
  • Mametsi Sebitlo (2010)
  • Sam Xaba (2009)
  • Mpho Motoboli (2008)
  • Jako Nieuwoudt (2007)
  • Percy van der Gryp (2006)
  • You Qi Zhuang (2005)
  • Pieter van Helden (2004)
  • Elvera Viljoen (2003)
  • Simphiwe Nelana & Sarah Mohlana (2002)
  • Noko Phala (2001)
  • Noko Phala & Sethabile Ndlovu (2000)
  • Hendrik Engelbrecht & Stefanus Otto (1999)

PROTOCOL FOR ORAL & POSTER PRESENTATION AWARDS


 


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