Phone: +86 10 6068 3997
Physical Properties of the Active Sites in Catalysis
Tutorial "Engineering the Active Sites in Catalysis"
Jose Gracia studied Physical Chemistry at the University of Zaragoza, Spain, and specialized in theoretical chemistry. He obtained his PhD at Rovira i Virgili University (Spain) in 2004, and worked in numerous groups and companies all around the world (Italy, Netherlands, Germany, USA, UK & Spain). In the course of this journey, he published around 30 scientific articles on various topics, including Fe FTS. His main ambition is to merge fundamental studies with applied technology.
Jose joined SynCat@Beijing in May 2015 as Deputy Director, and is presently working on the conceptual development of the research lines with Prof. Hans Niemantsverdriet. His current scientific interest focuses on the electronic properties of mixed metal oxides materials.
"Heating of Zeolites under Microwave Irradiation: A Density Functional Theory Approach to the Ion Movements Responsible of the Dielectric Loss in Na, K, and Ca A-Zeolites"
J. Gracia, M. Escuin, R. Mallada, N. Navascues, J. Santamaría, J. Phys. Chem. C 117 (2013) 15659
"Mars-van Krevelen-like Mechanism of CO Hydrogenation on an Iron Carbide Surface"
J. Gracia, F. F. Prinsloo, J. W. Niemantsverdriet, Catal. Lett. 133 (2009) 257
"Corrugated layered heptazine-based carbon nitride: the lowest energy modifications of C3N4 ground state"
J. Gracia, P. Kroll, J. Mater. Chem. 19 (2009) 3013