Opening up catalysis research with automation
New paper published in ChemCadChem
In the field of catalysis research, microkinetic modelling is an important tool for understanding surface kinetics and developing efficient catalysts. However, its development traditionally requires expertise, resources and time.
To overcome this challenge, automation is becoming a transformative force. Recent advances in digital tools and software are streamlining the process and accelerating model development and validation. By automating tasks and harnessing computational power, researchers can explore a wider range of catalytic systems efficiently and with fewer errors.
This shift towards automation heralds a new era of catalysis research characterised by accelerated discovery and improved precision. The further development of automation promises to have a profound impact on catalysis research, opening up unprecedented opportunities for innovation and progress.
A KIT team led by our partner Prof. Dr. Olaf Deutschmann, consisting of Rinu Chacko, Dr. Hendrik Gossler and Dr. Sofia Angeli, has published an exciting new paper in ChemCadChem on this topic. The title is “Interconnected Digital Solutions to Accelerate Modeling of the Reaction Kinetics in Catalysis”. You can find the full paper here.