Prof. Karsten Reuter (Technical University of Munich) is recipient of the third MCEC Lectureship Award. Between 13-24 May 2019, he will visit the different MCEC research groups, give scientific lectures and participate in scientific discussions.
Prof. Reuter’s lectures are open to both MCEC members and other interested parties. Registration is not required. Dates, locations and abstracts of the lectures will be announced here shortly.
In 2017, Karsten Reuter was one of the speakers at the MCEC mini-symposium. He was interviewed by MCEC PhDs Jeroen Vollenbroek and Anne-Eva Nieuwelink about his background and interest in theoretical chemistry, and the unavoidable change from fossil towards renewable sources:
“Very soon we will be able to sustainably produce certain base fuels at costs lower than through fossil resources. This will be the key moment, because then we will stop burning something as precious as oil, which in itself generates big problems because of the huge amounts of fuel that we need. So here we have this very valuable chemical and what do we do? We burn it. I think it’s unavoidable that the situation will change in the next ten years.” Read the full interview here.