Welcome

Join us for our second annual zoomposium where we discuss inorganic chemistry in Sweden. This year the zoomposium features a mix of academic and industrial speakers painting a picture of the current state of inorganic chemistry in Sweden. The speakers are selected to give a broad perspective of Swedish inorganic chemistry from crystal growth in nanostructures to fossil free production of steel. During the meeting the division of inorganic chemistry of the Swedish chemical society will have their annual proceedings and a new special collection of papers on Inorganic Chemistry in the Nordic countries will be presented.

Program

10:00-10:10

Welcome
Henrik Pedersen, Division of Inorganic chemistry

Moderator: Mats Johnsson Stockholm University 

10:10-10:30

Inorganic chemistry is enabling the batteries of the future
Kristina Edström, Uppsala University

10:30-10:50

On the organization and charge-transfer dynamics at inorganic-organic interfaces in dye-sensitized and perovskite solar cells
Lars Kloo, KTH

10:50-11:00

Break

Moderator: Andy Ohlin, Umeå University

11:00-11:20

SSAB’s transformation of iron and steel production technology with HYBRIT in Sweden and Finland
Martin Pei , SSAB

11:20-11:40

Real time investigation of crystal growth and nucleation of inorganic nanostructures
Kimberly Dick Thelander, Lund University

11:40-11:50

Break

Moderator: Henrik Pedersen

11:50-12:10

Anna Sundström Award:
Interrogating diffusional mass and charge transport in catalytic Metal-Organic Frameworks
Ben Johnson, Uppsala University

12:10-13:30

Annual proceedings and Lunch

Moderator : Gulaim Seisenbaeva

13:30-13:50

Time to skip the waste management hierachy
Anders Kihl, RagnSells

13:50-14:10

Sandvik Coromant – trends in the Manufacturing Industry and future competence needs
Helen Blomqvist, Sandvik Coromant

14:10-14:20

Break

Moderator: Peter Broqvist, Uppsala University

14:20-14:40

Vinnova’s current calls and activities
Anna Otterhall, Vinnova

14:40-15:00

How to think about Metal-Organic Frameworks – synthesis to topology or the other way around?
Lars Öhrström, Chalmers

15:00-15:10

A special collection of papers  in Dalton Transactions: Inorganic Chemistry in the Nordic countries
Sascha Ott, Representative in the editorial board of Dalton Transactions

15:10-15:30

Closing remarks 
Henrik Pedersen, Division of Inorganic chemistry